CHLOROPHYLL

Chlorophylls are a family of green pigments found in cyanobacteria and in all organisms that contain chloroplasts or tylokoid membranes in their cells, which includes higher plants and algae. Chlorophyll is a very important biomolecule, essential in photosynthesis, a process that allows plants and algae to produce energy from sunlight.

Benefits: Chlorophyll absorbs blue light (400-500 nm) and red light (600-700 nm), reflecting the part of the optical spectrum that it does not absorb and corresponds to the green color. It is an ideal colorant for use in cosmetics as it is biodegradable since it is obtained from natural sources, it provides the cosmetic product with a natural green color according to its content of ingredients of vegetable origin.

Origin: It is obtained from the chlorophyll contained in green leafy plants such as spinach and chard.

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