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Sasol Offers Lanolin Substitute



Published November 15, 2005
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Sasol, based in South Africa, offers Softisan, a lanolin substi- tute that combines the advantages of a natural product with high purity and anti-allergic specifics, according to company executives. Softisan acts as a sebum-like emollient that enhances the efficiency of active ingredients in skin, lip and hair care products. Softisan is vegetable-derived.
More info: Website: www.sasol.com.


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