Supplier's Corner

U.S. Cosmetics Introduces

November 14, 2005

l Dayville, CT-based U.S. Cosmetics introduced two new polymeric spheres, Techpolymer ACX 806C (8-micron diameter) and Techpolymer ACX 1502C (15-micron diameter), for use as feel enhancers. The spheres, manufactured by Sekisui Plastics Co. Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, have a softer feel than nylon or polymethylmethacrylate, according to executives. They can be used in powder foundations, eyeshadows, hot pours and liquid makeup.
More info: (860) 779-3990; E-mail: uscc@att.net. l
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