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[update with video] Symrise Shoots for Modern Antimicrobial Alternative

March 20, 2018 | Contact Author | By: Brooke Schleehauf
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Symrise SymGuard CD

Keywords: Symrise | SymGuard CD | ingredient launch | personal care ingredient | soap | oral care | deodorant | alternative ingredients | sustainable personal care

Abstract: SymGuard CD is meant to act as a replacement for controversial ingredients to fit the demands of modern consumers. Learn more from this newly added video interview. Watch now!

Symrise is seeking to meet consumer demand for modern, eco-friendly ingredients with the launch of SymGuard CD (INCI: Not Available).

The environmentally friendly ingredient was developed as an alternative to conventional organohalogens such as triclosan and triclocarban; it can be used in personal care products such as soaps, oral care, refreshing gels and deodorants. According to the company, SymGuard CD fits the needs of both hygiene and surfactant-based cosmetic products, and is available as a colorless, low-odor liquid.

“We have dedicated ourselves to provide the cosmetics industry with effective alternatives to traditional antimicrobials. It’s also our aim to always offer our customers and thus consumers cutting-edge solutions,” commented Florian Genrich, Ph.D., senior global product manager, Symrise.

The ingredient was presented at in-cosmetics Global, to be held April 17–19, 2018, in Amsterdam at booth B70.

Update: Learn more in this exclusive video interview. Watch now!