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Novacyl Adds New Ingredients

October 18, 2013

Salicylic acid, methyl salicylate and octyl salicylate join roster.

Novacyl, a supplier of salicylic acid and aspirin, launched YSA, YMS and YOS, three new brands of salicylic acid, methyl salicylate and octyl salicylate.

According to the company, these rollouts will strengthen Novacyl’s developments in a large number of pharmaceutical, cosmetic and F&F applications.

Compliant with US and Europe pharmacopeias, paraben-free, the Novacyl range meets the complete spectrum of final applications and the most demanding expectations of its markets, said the company.
 
“These new brands reflect Novacyl’s willingness to boost its penetration in targeted markets such as pharmaceutical and cosmetics” commented Gilles Grenier, managing director of Novacyl.
 
More info: www.novacyl.eu
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