Supplier's Corner

U.S. Cosmetics Introduces NAID-treated Colors

November 11, 2005

Dayville, CT-based U.S. Cosmetics Corp. introduced its NAID-treated colors, which can be used in pigmented cosmetics and toiletries. The colors are the latest addition to the company’s LXS line of chemically bonded surface treatments. The treatments are applied to globally-approved grades of color.

The patented NAID technology is based on vegetable amino acid, which is chemically bonded to the pigment or substrate. The NAID-treated colors have a moist, dewy finish on the skin and good wear properties, Cosmetics Corp. executives said. More info: (800) 752-0490 or (860) 779-3990; Fax: (860) 779-3994.
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