Supplier's Corner

Novel Exfoliation Cloth Cleans Skin Better

April 11, 2007

The Evolon II series of exfoliation cloths will out-perform all other media, according to Beauty Cloth International (BCI). Evolon II is a 70/30 polyester/nylon blend and is billed as being “chemical-free” and hypoallergenic. According to BCI, nano-scale microfiber cloths produce noticeably smoother and younger-looking skin, instantly and safely, without chemicals, crystals or lasers.

Strong, ultrafine, infinite length fibers, 100 times finer than human hair, slough off dead skin cells without damaging the epidermis. As a result, Evolon cloths measurably boost the performance of moisturizers, toners, acne formulas and sunless tanners because they are applied to the cleanest possible skin.

In recent months, BCI has expanded the number of configurations for the cloth with mitts, body pads, finger cotts, disposable sheets, towelettes and machine pads. Duplex-sided pads offer two levels of abrasion. All designs are available for private label manufacturers. More info: www.beautycloth.com.
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