Supplier's Corner

‘Natural By Design’ Introduced by schülke

April 4, 2013

• Half natural, half nature-identical, Sensiva PA 30 provides the ideal protection for your formulation, according to schülke. Nature-identical materials take inspiration from nature, yet provide the more consistent efficacy of a synthetic material. Sensiva PA 30 combines the antimicrobial activity of two nature-identical fragrance ingredients that are active against spoilage-causing and odor-causing germs, with the boosting and skin care properties of a naturally-derived emollient.

Sensiva PA 30, is a nature-inspired multifunctional cosmetic additive that is said to offer peerless protection for leave-on, wet-wipe and sensitive applications.

More info: www.schulke-us.com
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