A Glimpse of Our Products

The best product from INBI are the Aloe Vera Extract , Papaya Extract, Yam Bean Extract, Lemon Extract which have been popular among cosmetic factory. Green Tea Extract , Coffee Extract and Ginger Extract are popular among food and beverage factory. Kaffir Lime Oil, Cajuput Oil and Turmeric oil are also popular among essential oil factory which have encouraged us to continue in developing a better product and quality.

Liquid Extract

Extracts from Seaweed T. conoides and E. cottonii have been shown to have good potential when used as active ingredients in sunscreen cream preparations because they have a high SPF value, according to Yaniarti, Rini (2017) besides that seaweed has bioactive compounds such as phenols. hydroquinone, flavonoid, and triterpenoid potential to be used in sunscreen cream preparations.

According to research conducted by Yarovaya (2019), Grape Seed Extract can be a good choice for increasing skin protection against UV and blue light damage and inflammation.

Another recent study showed that  addition of 1% Grape Seed Extract to the sunscreen lotion contained chemical and physical UV filters increased SPF value and demonstrated high antioxidant activity (Limsuwan & Amnuaikit, 2017). 

Goat Milk is known as an ingredient for natural skin care products

Goat Milk is effective for treating acne and skin infections and has antimicrobial properties that delay the growth of pathogenic organisms (Ashraf, 2016)

Used cosmetically, Green Tea Extract is known to exhibit effects that help diminish the signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines

Research shows Green tea is so antioxidant-rich, thus preventing oxidative damage to skin cells, which otherwise turn into free radicals - which cause aging. so keeping a body full of antioxidants reduces the chances of getting wrinkles so you can stay looking younger for longer

Powder Extract

Coffee is widely used as a skin care ingredient, even the caffeic acid content in it helps improve skin health.

In various studies conducted in the manufacture of coffee powder extract as a body scrub or face scrub. Research conducted by Putri (2021) in the Indonesian Journal of Pharmacy & Science states that the formula for facial gel scrub is coffee bean powder
arabica (Coffee arabica)
with a gelling agent causes a skin reaction with a very minimum irritation score.


Also, research conducted by Hilda (2020) based on the research that has been carried out, it can be concluded that the Arabica green coffee bean extract (Coffee arabica L.) with a concentration of 1%, 3% and 5% be formulated in a body scrub cream preparation with good results.

Miswak or Siwak can be used to overcome halitosis due to the development of bacteria in the oral cavity.

Brushing teeth using toothpaste containing Siwak Extract can reduce dental plaque scores.

From 18 journals that have been studied, Arifin (2022) concluded that the extract solution of siwak wood (Salvadora persica) provides many benefits for the health of the oral cavity at the age of children, adolescents, adults to the elderly.

In a study conducted by Mardia Apriansi, Giving Siwak Wood Powder Extract with different concentrations had a very significant effect and inhibited the growth of Streptococcus mutans bacteria.

Antioxidants contained in chocolate (Theobroma cacao L.), especially phenolic compounds, can reduce various effects negative from ultraviolet rays and free radicals (Kaffah, 2020)

Cocoa powder is rich in antioxidants, reducing signs of aging and its antioxidant flavonoids help repair damage caused by the lasting effects of UV ray damage

Essential Oil

Bergamot essential oil has been used for a long time in popular medicine and more recently in aromatherapy for its various potential activities (analgesic, antidepressant, antimicrobial, carminative, digestive, sedative and febrifuge). The most recent studies have confirmed that bergamot extracts are potential products to be used as antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, hypocholipemic and pain-neuroprotective agents (Pevet, 2012)

Within the limitations of the present study, it can be concluded that 0.25% Lemongrass Oil mouthwash with antibacterial, antiinflammatory and antioxidant properties seems to be an attractive alternating agent that can be used as an adjunct to mechanical nonsurgical periodontal therapy for plaque control and gingivitis (Soumya Dany, Subha, 2015)