Biopolymers are polymeric materials that are formed in nature by living organisms. Examples of biopolymers include cellulose, chitin, starch, rubber, lignin, proteins which are formed by amino acids, or eg PHA (Polyhydroxyalkanoates).
In addition to natural polymers, there are also synthetic polymers that are formed by polymerization, that is, by combining smaller molecules called monomers into a chain that is held by covalent bonds. Polymers are materials composed of long repeating molecular chains and have unique properties that depend on the type of molecule being attached and how they are linked.
The term polymer is often used to describe plastics. Plastics are polymers with various unique properties, such as low density, high durability or formability, which have penetrated almost all areas of our lives.
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The main advantages of our solution
It is the world's first cosmetics to completely biodegrade, prevent waste and thus not burden the environment with problematic microplastics and micropollutants.
It does not contain any substance that would have a negative effect on the environment or burden it in any way, while meeting high standards for the end consumer.
Natural polymer is produced on the basis of patented technology.
Patent for production technology - ie the production process by which the product is manufactured