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Coast Southwest Named US Distributor for Glossamer L6600 Natural Polymer

May 6, 2016

Stop by booth 1565 to learn more.

Coast Southwest, Inc. (booth 1565), an industry leader in the marketing, sales, and distribution of personal care ingredient technology, announces an agreement with International Lubricants of Seattle, WA to manage the sales, marketing, order fulfillment, and technical support for Glossamer L6600 Natural Polymer. This agreement covers the personal care market in the US.
 
Glossamer L6600 is a unique bio-based and biodegradable polymer derived from Tung (China wood) and rapeseed oils. Glossamer's film-forming properties impart multifunctional benefits including gloss, moisturization, and water- and wear-resistance. 
 
“The personal care marketplace increasingly wants natural ingredients,” said Richard D. Hersey, Coast Southwest vice president of business development, personal care. “Glossamer L6600 comes from two purified vegetable oils and is a contemporary alternative to synthetic polymers. Glossamer delivers multifunctional performance and wide formulation flexibility.”
 
If you are looking for a natural solution to today’s ever-increasing formulation challenges and regulatory requirements, visit the Coast Southwest booth to learn more about Glossamer L6600.
 
More info: Richard D. Hersey, Coast Southwest vice president of business development, personal care. Email: rhersey@coastsouthwest.com; Website: www.coastsouthwest.com
 
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