Supplier's Corner

Arch Personal Care Products Launches Skin Care Ingredient

December 9, 2005

Arch Personal Care Products, South Plainfield, NJ, introduces two new ingredients. Biodynes 03 is an ozone stressed yeast lysate designed to be incorporated into skin care products. The key attributes of the ingredient include protection from antioxidants, free radicals and environmental pollution. It also includes lipid barrier protection and repair.
NAB Rhodiola Extract, the company’s newest “Naturally Active Botanical,” is a skin care ingredient that offers adaptogenic thermal stress protection. The Rhodiola Rosea plant is native to the arctic regions of Tibet and Eastern Siberia, where it thrives in harsh conditions such as cold, wind, drought, intense radiation exposure and reduced oxygen. NAB Rhodiola Extract has been developed to capitalize on the plant’s protective properties to assist the skin in adapting and reducing stress incurred when it is exposed to varying elements. More info: (908) 561-5200; Fax: (908) 561-9174; Website: www.archpersonalcare.com.
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