Supplier's Corner

Symrise Introduces New Active Ingredient

November 22, 2005

Hamburg, Germany-based Symrise introduces Symdiol 68, a diol blend that is stable and fully compatible with all cosmetic ingredients and can be used in a wide range of cosmetic products like skin and hair care, sun care and wet wipes at usage levels between 0.5% and 2%. According to company executives, studies have shown that Symdiol 68 offers additional broad-spectrum antimicrobial properties at low usage concentrations. Therefore, it helps to drastically reduce the quantity of preservatives in cosmetic applications. More info: (973) 774-6716.
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