Supplier's Corner

New Ingredients from

July 10, 2006

Honeywell’s new Asensa line of formulated, tailored ingredients is specifically designed to enhance the features and performance of cosmetics and other personal care products.
The Asensa line includes a range of low-molecular-weight polymers and copolymers that increase permanency, emolliency, moisture retention, water resistance and thermal stability. They also act as film formers, oil or fragrance encapsulants, and non-irritating abrasives. Asensa micronized products function as lubricants for deodorants and as suspension aids, binders or texturizing agents for color cosmetics. More info: www.honeywell.com.

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