Both R&D laboratory locations, Canton, MA and Louisville, KY have been upgraded to produce its new technologies. Interpolymer launched Syntran 5610, which is designed to effectively remove water-based nail polish systems. This material effortlessly applies as a base coat with a short drying time and a long lasting effect while it permits an easy way of removal, according to the company.
The Syntran 5762 and the Syntran 5710 are two other film-forming materials that are not preserved with any ingredient listed on Annex V of the EU 1223/2009 and do not contain sulfates, according to the company. They provide long lasting benefits, flexibility, water resistance, gloss, adhesion on keratin based substrates, and control the drying time in makeup formulas. The selection of formulations and the performances are demonstrated at booth C50 during In-Cosmetics.
More info: Interpolymer, Tel: 800-262-1281; Email: email@example.com; Website: www.interpolymer.com