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9 January 2024

Lubrizol and Nordmann expand their partnership in the personal care sector

Leading chemical distributor Nordmann is set to expand its partnership with Lubrizol Life Science in the Personal Care segment. Starting in January 2024, Nordmann will distribute Lubrizol’s specialty chemical portfolio for personal care applications in Germany.

Lubrizol, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is a specialty chemical company whose science delivers sustainable solutions to advance mobility, improve wellbeing, and enhance modern life.

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The extended portfolio that Nordmann will distribute from January 2024 encompasses a wide range of products for the personal care industry. From rheological polymers to emulsifiers and styling polymers, this expansion enables Nordmann to offer its customers an even more diverse selection of innovative ingredients.


  • Carbopol®: Rheological polymers that are ideal for thickening and stabilizing rinse-off and leave-on formulations.
  • Pemulen™ & Novemer™: Emulsifiers that provide optimal texture and stability.
  • Novethix™: Rheological polymers for targeted adjustment of product consistency.
  • Fixate™: Styling polymers.
  • Matrifuse™: Dispersing agents for even distribution of pigments and UV filters.
  • Oilkemia™: Oil thickeners and rheology modifiers for improved formulation.
  • SilSense™: Range of silicones and natural alternatives for silicones that offer a wide range of application possibilities.
  • Chromapol™: Polymers that optimize the protection of hair colors.


Dr. Ulla Seidel, Global Sales Director Life Sciences at Nordmann, expresses her enthusiasm, stating: "This expansion of our partnership is an important step towards offering our customers even more customized solutions and outstanding service. We are convinced that this joint initiative will further strengthen the position of Lubrizol and Nordmann as a leading supplier in the personal care industry."