Supplier's Corner

Salvona Offers New Technology

December 9, 2005

Hydrosal technology from Salvona Consumer Care, Dayton, NJ, is a unique controlled release system consisting of nanospheres that are coated with a polymeric layer. The technology allows encapsulation of various functional ingredients, including fragrances, sunscreens, moisturizing, anti-bacterial, fungicide, pharmaceuticals and other actives at very high pay loads. It can be incorporated in water, alcohol and hydro-alcoholic products such as gels, creams, lotion and sprays. More info: (609) 655-0173; Website: www.salvona.com.
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