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Tri-K Products Now Ecocert Approved

August 8, 2014

Four raw materials make the grade.

Four new raw materials are now Ecocert approved at Tri-K Industries, Inc.: Baobab Tein NPNF, Quinoa Pro NPNF, Rice Tein NPNF and TRIglyphix Sense. These products can be used in any Ecocert or Cosmos compliant formulation.

Baobab Tein NPNF is the newest protein to be added to our portfolio, targeting anti-aging for hair care, Quinoa Pro NPNF aids in hair color retention, Rice Tein NPNF helps to increase volume to flat and lifeless hair and TRIglyphix Sense is proven to reduce redness and irritation, while increasing collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid synthesis. All four products are natural, sustainable, paraben-free and formaldehyde-free.

More info: www.tri-k.com
 
 

 
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