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Temix Oleo

Temix Oleo is a leading manufacturer of oleochemicals in the European and Italian markets, producing products for use in lubrication, auxiliary industry, textile and leather industries, production of resins, adhesives and abrasives, cleansing products, personal care and cosmetics and custom products. Temix Oleo chemical products are made from renewable sources. The company maintains a deep and abiding respect for our planet, and produces high-quality products through environmentally sustainable operations and cutting-edge technology.

Key Products
Temix Oleo specializes in sustainable ingredients for a wide range of applications:

  • Azelaic Acid: Azelaic acid is the unsung hero of skin care acids. Cosmetic grade azelaic acid is an antibacterial dicarboxylic acid and anti-proliferative agent. It has anti-inflammation properties and applications in anti-aging formulation, hair growth stimulation, hyper-pigmentation reduction and clear skin solutions.
  • Pelargonic Acid: Pelargonic acid is a monocarboxylic fatty acid with a variety of applications across several industries including cosmetics, food, and beverage. It is derived from sustainably produced vegetable oils and is not tested on animals at any part of the manufacturing process. It is a 100% vegan and gluten-free product that contains no tree nuts, peanuts, dairy or other common allergens.

All Temix Oleo ingredients are made from renewable sources and are customized to meet the specific requirements of various industries and applications. For more information, contact Acme-Hardesty directly.

Acme-Hardesty Is Your Exclusive Temix Oleo Chemical Supplier
Acme-Hardesty distributes Temix Oleo’s lineup of pelargonic and azelaic acids. This exciting partnership, with a brand that shares our values, greatly expands our overall product offerings, making us the exclusive one-stop shop for any manufacturer looking for a sustainable alternative to conventional  and other industrial chemicals.

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