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Arch Presents Copolymer with Lubricious Slip

February 14, 2006

l Arch Personal Care Products introduced its new copolymer SilSlip Powder (proposed INCI name: Polyethylene/ Dimethiconol Copolymer), which contains an average particle size under 10 µm. Key product attributes of SilSlip Powder include elegant silky smooth powder; lubricious slip, reduced drag; anti-aging line blurring; excellent transparency; and film-forming properties in emulsions and anhydrous systems.
According to the company, the light, silky powder affords a consumer-perceivable advantage in all types of formulations. Pressed powders and loose powders, along with emulsion and anhydrous formulations can benefit from this ingredient. More info: Eva-Maria Harthaus, (908) 561-5200; ext. 6461, archpc@archchemicals.com; www.archpersonalcare.com.
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