Supplier's Corner

DSM Nutritional Products Launches BeauActive MTP

April 11, 2007

DSM Nutritional Products has introduced BeauActive MTP, which combines a natural raw material and DSM’s leading enzyme technology. It is a breakthrough in peptide design that opens new possibilities for cosmetic skin care products. BeauActive MTP contains primarily tripeptides of hydrolyzed milk protein. It is cost effective, hypoallergenic and can easily be processed in cosmetic formulations.

The bioactivity of BeauActive MTP has been proven to have immediate and long-term effects by an extensive amount of scientific data—both in vitro and in vivo.

BeauActive MTP provides a radiant and youthful appearance, an instantly smoother, softer appearance of skin, an improved, refined skin texture, and a long-term reduction of lines and wrinkles. More info: Charlotte Frederiksen charlotte.frederiksen@dsm.com.

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