Seppic and Botalys team up to create cosmetic ingredients from vertical farming

By Amanda Pauley | Published: 8-Mar-2023

The subsidiary of Air Liquide Healthcare has partnered with the Belgian start-up to co-create new ingredients using soil-less vertical farming

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Seppic, a subsidiary of Air Liquide Healthcare, has signed a research partnership with Belgian start-up Botalys to co-create new natural cosmetic ingredients.  

The businesses will collaborate on delivering “innovative” high purity ingredients for cosmetic and healthcare manufacturers using Botalys soil-less vertical farming. 

The technique is said to allow for the production of highly bioactive botanical ingredients and avoids intensive cultivation in fragile environments, such as tropical forests.

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