Supplier's Corner

Cognis Presents Latest Products and Concepts

December 9, 2005

Düsseldorf, Germany-based Cognis Care Chemicals and its active ingredients division Laboratoires Serobiologiques presented its latest products and concepts aligned with the growth trend of wellness at the third Personal Care Ingredients Europe trade show in Paris. The company introduced Emulgade Sucro, a new emulsifying system that delivers a pleasant feel to the skin. Emulsions based on this new sucrose polystearate feel velvety or powdery. In comparison with traditional emulsifiers, Emulgade Sucro shows shear thinning behavior and enhanced spreadability, according to the company. Cognis also presented a silicone-free Triple Conditioning Concept, which combines emollients, a cationic polymer and a performance wax dispersion. Another program presented was the LS Argan program. LS is working in partnership with local community groups on the program, which has resulted in the development of three cosmetic active ingredients derived from the argan tree. More info: www.cognis.com.
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