The big stories you missed from day one of in-cosmetics Asia held in Bangkok, Thailand
Intense moisture, upcycling and Asia specific needs are just some of the themes driving new cosmetic ingredient activity at in-cosmetics Asia 2019.
Taking place in Bangkok’s BITEC from 5-7 November, in-cosmetics Asia attracts international exhibitors including Ashland.
The US-based company is introducing three new products to coincide with the event. The first is antaron Eco ethylcellulose, a water-resistant film former that is naturally derived but whose efficacy outstrips traditional commercial polymers, even at as little as 0.5%.
The second is infini’tea biofunctional, a soothing neurocosmetic solution from Camellia sinensis leaf extract, obtained using ...
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