Two WORESANA®fermented amaranth ingredients are the newest members in the WORESANA® portfolio. Due to its unique properties these ingredients offer a whole new range of application properties for several kind of cosmetic products.

Mainly the field of anti-pollution products could benefit from incorporation ‘WORESANA®ama’ ingredients. It shows strong shielding properties.

Accompanied by certain amaranth compounds like Squalene and Vitamin C. The positive influence on pollutant related skin issues is well documented. Beside ‘WORESANA®ama’ delivers a broad range of fields of action.

  • Anti-aging
  • Blemished skin
  • Moisturizing
  • Anti-itching
  • Anti-acne
  • pH-Levelling
  • Hair care
  • Cleansing

WORESANA®ama’ ingredients are based upon organically grown amaranth. Milled in an nearby all organic mill, long term fermented with our patented lactobacilli strain and processed to different grades.

Lactobacillus / amaranthus caudatus flour / ferment
amaranthus caudatus / ferment
amaranthus caudatus seed extract

GMO Free
Fragrance Free
Hypo Allergenic
Free from allergens
Free from animals
Not tested on animals

WORESANA® ama-c, unpreserved
WORESANA® ama-f, unpreserved
WORESANA® ama-c, Sodium Sorbat, Potassium Sorbate
WORESANA® ama-f, Sodium Sorbat, Potassium Sorbate

Recommended pH Level: Formulate within pH 3-9.
Add with the cool phase of formulation
Usage Level: 1-100%

A welcome impostor, amaranth is actually not a cereal grain. It belongs to another plant family entirely. But, because its nutritional composition is so similar, it is often included with cereal grains. These tall plants get their name from a Greek word ‘amarantos’ that means “the never-fading” or “one that does not wither.” Our friend, amaranth, is true to its name. Its bright gold, purple, and red leaves retain their brilliance even after harvest and drying.

Amaranth is one of the richest sources of plant-based food, more effective than other animal-based proteins like the ones in milk and cheese. Amaranth is rich in protein, manganese, calcium, fiber and contains far more phytonutrients than even grains. It's been suggested as an alternative to marine animals as a natural source of squalene.

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