Supplier's Corner

Interpolymer’s Bimodals Form High-Gloss Hair Films

November 22, 2005

Canton, MA-based Interpolymer Corp.’s new Bimodal Polymers provide quick-setting hold, high humidity resistance and excellent curl retention in hair styling products.
The polymers form flexible, easily removable, high-gloss films that feel pleasantly crisp with no flaking or buildup, according to company executives. Bimodal Polymers are also ideal for water-based skin care and fingernail products.
The technology combines two unique polymer chains, intertwined to provide powerful hold, easy removability and film-formation properties. They are compatible with most cosmetic raw materials.
More info: (800) 262-1281; Fax: (781) 821-5218; E-mail: info@interpoly mercorp.com; Website: www.interpoly mer.com.
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