Supplier's Corner

Kyowa Hakko Launches

September 8, 2006

Kyowa Hakko USA has introduced Resilen-200, a sodium hyaluronate acid that is a natural, animal-free fermentation-based ingredient. Kyowa Hakko used its patented fermentation manufacturing process to produce resilen, which eliminates any risk of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE)
contamination.
Topical application benefits of resilen hyaluronic acid include hydration of the skin and balance of moisture loss, increased moisture on the skin for improved smoothness and well-being and retention of the essential moisture in skin layers to combat wrinkling and reduce fine lines caused by dehydration. More info: www.
Kyowa-usa.com.
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