Making your own cosmetics is a feel-good topic of our time. Lip balms, various creams, fine soaps, candles and room scents with your individually selected raw products and favourite fragrances treat your mind and body.

Our product range includes high-quality cosmetic raw materials such as refined fats and cold-pressed oils.

The active ingredients in the natural cosmetic products can be selected yourself and varied at any time. This is how you create your own cosmetic line. High-quality basic products, supplemented with your creations, result in your favourite product. 

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DIY-recipes: Natural cosmetics to make yourself

The DIY recipes we recommend are uncomplicated and suitable for beginners and experts. You don‘t need any preservatives. To solidify your creations, put them in the fridge and let them mature for 1-2 days.

Handcream with orange oil

Instructions (PDF)

Foot cream with tea tree oil and jojoba

Instructions (PDF)

Handcream with rose oil

Instructions (PDF)

Lip balm with jojoba oil

Instructions (PDF)

A feel-good programme for all the senses. The well-known soap products from the existing GLOREX soap range, for pouring or kneading, can of course be refined with the new natural products. For relaxation in the bath: bath salts and bath balls with wonderful ingredients.

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Almond oil contains many unsaturated fatty acids. It makes the skin soft and smooth. It protects against UV rays and counteracts skin irritations.

Jojoba oil is suitable for all skin types. The moisturising oil is rich in antioxidants. It is an extract of jojoba seeds that forms a protective barrier against environmental influences. For oily skin, it helps control sebum production.

Coconut oil is recommended for dry skin. It inhibits inflammation and has moisturising properties. If coconut oil has a creamy consistency, liquefy it in a warm water bath so that it flows out of the bottle more easily.

Mango butter absorbs particularly deeply and nourishes the skin not only on the surface. It helps the regeneration of skin cells.

Shea butter is rich in oleic acids and  contains, among other things, vitamin E and beta carotene. It protects against environmental influences and keeps the skin soft and smooth. Shea butter is suitable for the whole body.

Cocoa butter chips add firmness to creams and lip care products. Due to their caring and nourishing properties, they are a popular ingredient in cosmetics. Cocoa butter cares for dry and chapped skin.

Essential oils are wonderful, aromatic scent compositions of valuable perfume oils. Suitable for scenting homemade cosmetics, creams, soaps, bath salts and for use in scented lamps/candles. 

Essential oils, naturally pure and intensely fragrant, fulfil different  effects: Therefore, they should be applied in small doses. They can be mixed with each other. Perfume oils are manufactured fragrance oils that are very suitable for lipsticks and summer creams, among other things.

Essential oils

  • Rode oil
  • Orange oil
  • Tea tree oil
  • Lemongrass oil
  • Grapefruit oil
  • Lavender oil

Fragrance oils

  • Vanilla
  • Wild rose
  • Sandalwood
  • Hay
  • Magnolia
  • Strawberry


Use the power of nature and add flowers to your creams and soaps. Dried flowers of high quality and effect are perfect exfoliants in soap making. They remind us of fragrant summer meadows. A feel-good programme for all the senses. 

Marigold flowers have a woundhealing and anti-inflammatory effect. The cut flowers can be added to soaps and creams.

Rose blossoms are beautiful but also healthy. The essential oils of roses are highly valued in natural cosmetics. The rose petals also unfold their active ingredients in dried leaves. They have a healing, antibacterial effect.

Ribwort has antibacterial properties. It is haemostatic, wound healing and anti-inflammatory. Mixed in creams, it is an all-round talent.

A potpourri of rose blossoms and lemongrass makes a pleasant mixture that is often used in soaps and bath salts as an exfoliant.

Mallow blossoms contain flavonoids and  anthocyanins, among other things.  Externally, the active ingredient helps against skin inflammations. It soothes irritations and can be used in soaps as well as in creams.

Lavender flowers smell wonderful because of the essential oils. They are antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal.  They are effective against skin and nail fungus. In handmade soaps they are excellent exfoliants.

Chamomile flowers have a calming and anti-inflammatory effect. They are a versatile medicinal herb and are also suitable as an additive to soap flakes and bath salts.

Work utensils

In your cosmetics workshop, you need a precision scale and a hotplate. In our range you will find glass stirring rods, laboratory thermometers, wooden spatulas and high-quality heat-resistant beakers. For storing and giving away your finished cosmetic products, we have the matching jars, pots, lipstick tubes and labels.