Supplier's Corner

Seppic Launches Sesaflash

March 9, 2006

● Seppic’s new Sesaflash (INCI: glycerin and acrylates copolymer and VP/polycarbamyl polyglycol ester and hydrolyzed sesame wheat protein PGPropyl methylsilanediol), is a new generation tightening agent. The patented molecular active ingredient combination contains sesame to instantly and visibly smooth the skin, as well as tighten it.
According to the company, Sesaflash incorporates an effective long lasting hydrating effect. In vivo studies substantiate the tightening action, wrinkle releasing effect, sensorial experience, and moisturization level.
The product can be used at 5-10% in all types of applications where smoothing, tightening, firming, anti-aging or moisturizing properties are sought. It is an ideal complement to a long-term, anti-aging active ingredient such as Deepaline PVB (INCI: Palmitoyl hydrolyzed wheat protein) and Sepilift DPHP (INCI: Dipalmitoyl hydroxyproline). More info: pcseppicinc@airliquide.com; www.seppic.com.
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