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Synovea DOI Obtains Ecocert Certification

April 4, 2013

• Synovea DOI (INCI: Isosorbide dicaprylate) is obtained via a green chemical process using plant-based raw materials. The raw material’s origin and process procedure has been reviewed by Ecocert and given a full compliance certification to Synovea DOI. According to Sytheon, the material is a unique and cost-effective product for skin hydration. It can be used in almost all types of skin care and treatment products. Sensorial benefits of Synovea DOI can be easily perceived in formulated products, added the company.

More info: www.sytheonltd.com
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