Supplier's Corner

Sunjin Chemical’s Line Enhances Sensory Feel

October 31, 2005

Sunjin Chemical Company of Korea is a manufacturer of micro beads, which enhance sensory feel and application of cosmetic finished products as well as offer a soft focus effect. The company’s product line includes a range of silica beads differing in oil absorption and particle size, PMMA, polyure- thane and polyester beads. offers physical UV filters, both titanium dioxide and zinc oxide as powders and dispersions, as well as encapsulated TiO2 and ZnO within a silica shell. UV Capsule 60 is a granule, composed of several beads of 20nm TiO2, silica encapsulated and surface treated with alkyl silane. The product offers unique feel, compatibility with chemical sunscreens and excellent photostability. Sunjin also offers several specialty products such as powdery essence and lotion.
Kobo Products Inc. is now representing Sunjin. More info: Website: www.koboproducts.com.
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