Supplier's Corner

Silab Proposes Specific Line Of Hair Care Ingredients

November 22, 2005

After 20 years of researching and developing active ingredients for cosmetics, Silab is entering the hair care market by launching three new ingredients. Anageline is an anti-hair loss active ingredient that achieves hormonal balance, improves the vascularization of the hair follicle and stimulates cell metabolism, company executives said. The second ingredient the company introduced is Denoxyline, an antioxidant developed to preserve coloration in hair. It is an anti-free radical active ingredient obtained from green tea that is rich in phenolic compounds. The third ingredient is Capilisse, a quaternized biopolymer derived from soybeans that is said to increase the coating effect, making hair easier to style. More info: E-mail: silab@silab.fr; Web- site: www.silab.fr.
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