Supplier's Corner

Interpolymer’s Film Formers Improve Cosmetic Performance

November 22, 2005

Differentiated Film Formers (DFF) from Interpolymer Corp., Canton, MA, improve the performance of eyeliner, foundation and other film-forming cosmetics, according to company executives. The polymers are used by formulators to impart a balance of adhesion, cohesion, gloss, water resistance and film flexibility to their end-products. DFFs also enhance pigment dispersion and leveling characteristics and are compatible with virtually all cosmetic raw materials.
More info: (800) 262-1281 or (781) 828-7120; Fax: (781) 821-5218; E-mail: info@interpolymer.com; Website: www. interpolymer.com.
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