Supplier's Corner

Zenitech Develops

June 7, 2006

New patented products have been created under the Zenisilk trade name. The new compounds are polyesters based on natural oils that can be engineered to provide advanced skin aesthetics. The products range from a low viscosity oil with a dry skin feel to a moderate viscosity oil having cushion. The products are suggested for use in oily systems.
Another line of products from Zenitech includes Zenerbet, a branch of liquid that lubricates and conditions skin and hair. Zenerbet is a reacted polyester with dimer alcohol, dimer acid and octyl dodecanol, and is a high molecular weight polymer that is launching a new generation of products to replace guerbet derivatives. Zenerbet has a dramatic effect in skin and sun care as well as on dry hair and scalp. More info: www.zenitech.com.
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