LignoBase multifunctional properties

LignoBase multifunctional properties

Written by: Juliana Carrizosa – Product Innovation Specialist at Lignopure   The cosmetic industry is constantly evolving with new trends emerging regularly. With this said, one of the most prominent trends in recent years has been the shift from...
Lignopure’s sustainability commitment

Lignopure’s sustainability commitment

Written by: Joana Gil Chavez- CEO at Lignopure   Lignopure’s sustainability commitment With the devastating societal and environmental world events in the past few years, it has become more apparent than ever that we need to take more tangible actions to protect...
Discover LignoBase

Discover LignoBase

Written by: Juliana Carrizosa – Product Innovation Specialist at Lignopure   Three major skin concerns: one solution Aging skin, sun damage and uneven skin tones rank among the five most common skin concerns nowadays. But this is more than a statistic, it...
Lignin upcycling

Lignin upcycling

Written by: Daniela Arango – CPO at Lignopure   Upcycled Lignin: A source of sustainable natural ingredients. One of our most important goals at Lignopure is to make lignin upcycling possible and to enable the use of its natural properties in as many...
Where does lignin come from?

Where does lignin come from?

Written by: Wienke Reynolds – CTO at Lignopure   Lignin sources Wood, grasses, cereals and many more – lignocellulosic biomass is all around us, and so is lignin! Even if most have never heard of it, lignin is a big part of the bio-based polymers that...
What is lignin?

What is lignin?

Written by: Christin Zimmer – Product and Service Manager at Lignopure Lignin from the Latin word lignum, which means “wood,” refers to the importance of the molecule in the structure of wood and plants. Lignin, the second most abundant polymer in the world, is...