Supplier's Corner

Botanical Plus Introduces a Line of Active Ingredients

May 2, 2007

The Botanicals Plus Company is now offering a series of new active ingredients that will allow skin care formulations to focus on delivering effective functional benefits to the skin. The new line of active ingredients will target enhanced skin barrier function, cell proliferation, anti-irritation, anti-wrinkle and skin-lightening properties.

These new novel ingredients are a result of utilizing a natural bioconversion process that will yield exceptionally high purity levels of glucans, poly-glutamic acid and poly-fructose derivatives and super antioxidants. These globally approved ingredients are exclusively available from Jeen International, a marketing partner for Botanicals Plus.

More info: info@jeen.com
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