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Polysciences Doubles Capabilities With Acquisition of Dream Cosmetics

November 15, 2005

Polysciences, Inc., a Warrington, PA, contract manufacturer and manufacturer of specialty chemicals and laboratory products, has acquired Dream Cosmetics, Inc., a contract manufacturer for the cosmetics industry located in Chatham, VA. The acquisition doubles Polysciences' capabilities to formulate and manufacture private-label products for the cosmetics and personal care industries.
“We’re very excited about this acquisition because it opens new doors for Polysciences,” said Michael Ott, president of Polysciences. “Besides expanding our contract manufacturing resources, it gives us the opportunity to leverage Dream's specialized technology and to become a full-line supplier to the cosmetic and personal care industries.”
Dream Cosmetics formulates and manufactures eye care, lip care and other cosmetics, as well as skin care and other personal care products. The company's color matching, mixing and grinding capabilities enable Dream Cosmetics to produce very specialized private label cosmetics. Dream Cosmetic's 52,000 square-foot facility houses a research lab and custom-made manufacturing equipment for mixing, molding & filling, of hot pour cosmetics.
Polysciences formulates and manufacturers gels, powders, pastes, and high or low viscosity liquids in volumes ranging from 1 gram to thousands of liters. In addition, the company is equipped to package products in glass or plastic bottles, custom containers, tubes, towelettes, or flame sealed ampoules.
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