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TRI-K Reveals New Preservative Platform for Cosmetic Proteins

May 2, 2014

TRI-K Industries, Inc. has implemented a major initiative designed around removing all parabens and formaldehyde donors from its protein lines. As of Dec. 1, 2013, all liquid cosmetic proteins are now produced with its new preservative platform NPNF (non-paraben, non-formaldehyde).

According to the company, stringent challenge testing was performed in order to maintain protein efficacy and uphold the same standards customers have come to expect. This robust NPNF platform was created for TRI-K’s broad line of vegetable and non-vegetable based proteins to help meet the needs of customers in a safe and effective manner.

More info: www.tri-k.com
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