Supplier's Corner

Lonza Rolls Out New Ingredients

June 6, 2013

• Lonza Personal Care is launching a new natural ingredient, Natrulon GPS 341, which offers multiple functions, according to the company. This unique cosmetic ingredient can be added as a natural fragrance in order to enhance the aroma of a formulation. In addition to this benefit, there is a secondary effect where the natural ingredients in this blend impart a broad-spectrum antimicrobial effect in the cosmetic product, which is not seen independently by any of the ingredients.

The company also developed Pro-Synergen DF, an innovation in dual fermentation that addresses the concerns of compromised skin. This active results from the fermentation of two microbes grown simultaneously. By protecting the skin barrier, ProSynergen DF improves the look of compromised skin and reduces the appearance of signs of premature aging, said the company.

More info: www.lonza.com
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