Supplier's Corner

Sunjin Presents

June 7, 2006

TSunjin Chemical Company, the Korea-based manufacturer of cosmetic raw materials and surfactants, introduces nine new silicone gels. Sungel C7 releases volatile cyclomethicone to the air and then delivers a soft powdery silicone polymer layer. Both Sungel D20 and Sungel CD20 provide a smooth, silky feel. Sungel CD20 also releases volatile cyclomethicone and absorbs the non-volatile excess facial sebum. A thickening agent stability enhancer, Sungel CP20 reduces the oil feel and tackiness of petrolatum. Sunjin’s Sungel 1125 and Sungel 439 improve formulation sta
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