Supplier's Corner

HallStar Debuts Novel Ingredients

July 2, 2014

HallStar’s growing roster of ingredients provides personal care chemists many choices for a wide range of formulations.

Olivem VS Feel is ideal for body butter, sun care, baby care, foundation, hair conditioner, antiperspirant, cleanser and men’s care formulas. According to HallStar, Olivem VS Feel is a new emulsifier engineered to help sustaining and structuring O/W systems increase viscosity and stability, while imparting pleasant sensorial benefits to formulations.

Another new ingredient, Sensolene Care DD, has an INCI name of lauryl olivate. Its applications include skin care, makeup/color cosmetics, lip care, men’s care, cleansers, sun care and body care. Sensolene Care DD is a highly functional ingredient with protective effects and excellent spreading properties.

More info: www.hallstar.com
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