The Muslim consumer market is rapidly growing, driven by an increasing population that is more diverse ethnically, geographically, and economically than ever before. Young, product-conscious Muslims are driving this demand for halal cosmetics. However, for a consumer it can be very challenging to identify which cosmetics meet the halal requirements, requiring a strong knowledge of ingredients, their sources and manufacturing methods.
We invite you to download our white paper where we review the following topics:
- What is a halal product?
- Complexities in sourcing halal ingredients
- Halal requirements can extend beyond ingredients and into cosmetic performance
- Obtaining halal certification
We hope you find our white paper informative. You can receive more content like this by registering to our quarterly Cosmetic Newsletter by visiting: SigmaAldrich.com/cosmetic-newsletter
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