Croda highlights how texture is determining its skin and hair care development

By Simon Pitman

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During the recent in-cosmetics Latin America event Cosmetics Design caught up with Caroline Gomes de Fritas from Croda to discover how the skin and hair care solutions it was platforming at the event are being heavily influenced by the all-important trend for interesting textures.

During the recent in-cosmetics Latin America event Cosmetics Design caught up with Caroline Gomes de Fritas from Croda to discover how the skin and hair care solutions it was platforming at the event are being heavily influenced by the all-important trend for interesting textures.

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