Active Micro Technologies Srl

Active Micro Technologies Srl

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With a noticeable shift in both formulator preference and consumer attitude, traditional preservatives (parabens, formaldehyde-donors, thiazolinones, etc.) have found themselves under scrutiny. Continued market-focus on “carry over” ingredients effecting health and sustainability, coupled with the booming naturals trend, have slowly ousted conventional preservatives from product ingredient decks. Active Micro Technologies predicted this trend and is the market leader in preservation alternatives. The natural, sustainable trend is here to stay. AMT continues to lead the way in this evolving market, improving and adding to its eco-friendly, nature-based product line.


  • Leucidal® Liquid

    Derived from Leuconostoc kimchii, a bacterium that has traditionally been used to make Kimchi. Created by the fermentation of Leuconostoc in a defined...

  • Leucidal® Liquid SF

    Derived from Lactobacillus acidophilus, a probiotic bacterium traditionally used to ferment milk into yogurt. Created by the fermentation of Lactobaci...

  • AMTicide® Coconut

    Intended to be coupled with one of our broad-spectrum antimicrobials, such as Leucidal® Liquid, or any preservative package that is lacking in protect...

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  • Contact Information

    Active Micro Technologies Srl
    Via Petrolo Litta 9 Bareggio MI 20010 Italy
    Tel:  +39 02 9036 0719
    Fax:  +39 02 9036 0718


  1. Company Activity
    Manufacturer of raw materials and ingredients
  2. Looking for Distributors
    (Not looking for a distributor)
  3. Company Size 0-50


Company White Papers

  • SOFW Journal-Increasing the...

    The choice of suitable preservatives for use in cosmetics is rapidly diminishing due to increasing concerns over safety, exposure and sensitisation. E...

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