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Lonza Receives Innovation Award

December 9, 2005

Lonza was the recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2005 Personal Care Chemicals & Intermediates Technology Innovation of the Year award for the development of Natrulon DermaSphere oleosome technology, which it developed in conjunction with SemBioSys Genetics, Inc. The DermaSphere oleosome technology combines the benefits of an emollient, emulsifier, and moisturizer in a single product.
“The mild and non-sensitive nature of this product technology facilitates the formulation of cosmetic solutions at low costs via cold processing. This product constitutes the entire oil phase in the cosmetic emulsion and eases formulation,” commented Frost & Sullivan research analyst Kasturi Nadkarny.


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