Supplier's Corner

AAK Introduces a Light Touch Of Nourishment for Hair

May 2, 2014

The latest creation at AAK is Lipex SheaLight. Billed as a state of the art ester for creating stunning hair care products, Lipex SheaLight can be used alone or combined with other emollients, emulsifiers and active ingredients to create highly effective formulations for a wide range of hair care applications, according to the company.

From shampoos and conditioners to nourishing and protective oils and serums, this eco-designed ester offers everything formulators and consumers appreciate from shea butter such as excellent moisturizing and conditioning properties; a light, silky soft sensory profile; long-lasting stability; low viscosity, high polarity; good solubilizing and a great sustainability profile, according to AAK.

More info: www.aakpersonalcare.com
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