Supplier's Corner

Croda Offers Milk-Based Product for Hair and Skin Care

October 21, 2005

Edison NJ-based Croda Inc. has launched Hydrolactin QM, a new hair conditioning agent based on the goodness of milk. According to company executives, Hydrolactin QM is packed with nutritious, wholesome milk proteins that moisturize and condition hair. It has been scientifically proven to reduce static build-up and improve wet combing. Salon tests confirm it improves the feel and appearance of hair. It is ideal for all types of applications, as this quarternized milk protein is substantive to both hair and skin, imparting long-lasting conditioning benefits from leave-on and rinse-off systems. Hydrolactin QM is also suitable for cold process systems and is compatible with surfactants, enabling formulators to create richer and creamier foams. More info: (732) 417-0800.
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