Supplier's Corner

Soul Meets Science: Evonik Unveils Beauty Innovations

July 10, 2013

Evonik’s Personal Care Business Line’s latest launch is a new emollient selection tool “Senses.” The sophisticated easy-to-use system considers different parameters, with a special focus on sensory aspects, said the company.

“New concepts of ours, such as the so-called ‘Senses’ tool, have been of great interest,” said Dr. Thomas Satzinger, director of global marketing, Evonik Personal Care. “This new tool makes it easy for cosmetics manufacturers to choose the right combination of cosmetic oil for their products while keeping the sensory aspects in mind.”

Recent product highlights include the new PEG-free W/O emulsifier Abil EM 120, especially suitable for stabilizing pigment-containing emulsions, and innovative actives like Tego Stemlastin, which contributes to a youthful skin appearance. The lineup continues with the plant extract Tego Cistus, an ideal active ingredient that provides daylight defense due to effective photo protection.

More info: http://personal-care.evonik.com
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