Supplier's Corner

Aquaxyl is New From Seppic

November 15, 2005

Seppic introduced Aquaxyl, a moisturizing and restructuring active ingredient. According to company executives, Aquaxyl boosts water reserves to improve epidermal water content. Trans-epidermal water loss is reduced after one month of treatment, and the skin surface is visibly improved.
The water-soluble liquid is ready to use from 3-5% in any type of cosmetic formula for moisturizing, restructuring and anti-aging benefits, company executives said. More info: Website: www.seppic.com.
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