Supplier's Corner

Botanigenics’ Introduces Botanistat PF-64

March 9, 2006

Botanigenics, Inc., Northridge, CA, announces the commercial introduction of Botanistat PF-64, a globally approved, paraben- and formaldehyde-free preservative system for the personal care and toiletry industries. This proprietary ingredient is based on a balanced blend of highly effective biocide components in an emollient base for optimized preservation in a variety of applications and products. Botanistat PF-64 provides comprehensive protection from microbial contamination, including gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, fungi, yeasts and molds. In addition, the product features skin conditioning properties that enhance the product’s mildness and aesthetics during and after application. Botanistat PF-64 has not been tested on animals, however, extensive third party testing was conducted to confirm its efficacy and safety. More info: Guy Langer, glanger@botanigenics.com.
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