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Uniqema Initiates Formulating Contest

November 15, 2005

Uniqema is challenging formulators to create product concepts and formulations that enhance the creativity and performance benchmarks of products offered in China.
The theme of the contest is “New ideas that stimulate the senses.” Formulators should submit concepts for premium facial moisturizers and 2-in-1 baby wash products that demonstrate excellence in the areas of formulation creativity, sensorial properties, mildness and formulation stabilization, executives said.
The contest is open to all formulators and university students in China that can supply a 400g sample along with a formulation (INCI names only) and manufacturing procedure for each product concept.
The deadline for submissions is Oct. 31. Samples should be submitted to Ms. Yvonne Du, Uniqema Application Center Shanghai, RM 531, D Bldg., Shanghai Jia Hua Business Centre, No. 808, Hong Qiao Rd., Shanghai 200030. More info: (86) 21 6447-9516; Fax: (86) 21-6448-0322.
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