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Anti-Blemish Webinar From Salvona



Published August 8, 2013
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Anti-Blemish Webinar
From Salvona

Join Salvona Technologies for an interactive discussion of trending anti-blemish products and learn about new technology that will change the face of skin care, according to the company.
 

Salvona Technologies will host an upcoming webinar, Technologies for Blemish Control, on August 28, 2013 at 11am (EST). This unique, interactive discussion will delve into current market trends and situate Salvona’s proprietary SalSphere Clear Skin as an effective blemish control technology for use in a variety of face and body products. Designed to rejuvenate and clear the skin, SalSphere Clear Skin technology delivers a time-released combination of alpha- and beta- hydroxy acids to provide exfoliation and superior hydration while maintaining a skin-friendly pH. This synergistic combination of ingredients clears and prevents blemishes, and reveals younger looking, supple skin without irritation.
 

During the webinar, Salvona’s expert chemists and engineers will xplain how the technology works, demonstrate formulation techniques, and answer specific formulation and regulatory questions. Register Now to reserve a spot for the exciting presentation and live Q&A session that will inspire product development and enhancement. Learn how SalSphere Clear Skin can help achieve a unique market position among the many other skin care products on the market today.
 

Salvona Technologies LLC, based in Dayton, New Jersey, specializes in advanced raw materials. Privately owned, the company operates in partnership with Zschimmer & Schwarz Chemie GmbH to create advanced encapsulation systems and solutions for cosmetic and pharmaceutical companies.


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