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SEPPIC Debuts Well Aging, Sensory Solutions

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SEPPIC's latest launches play on some of today's leading cosmetic trends, such as the shift to well aging, ingredient alternatives and improved sensory effects.

They include:

Simulgel EG QD—This liquid rheology modifier is multifunctional, for use to thicken, stabilize and texturize formulations. The polymer meets regulatory requirements to be used in Quasi-Drug products in Japan, such as deodorants, anti-aging, oily skin treatments, etc.  (INCI: Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer (and) Isohexadecane (and) Polysorbate 80)

Aspar'age—In order to combat contagious aging, this active regulates the negative impact of senescent cells, which are generated by the aging process, on young cells. The well-aging ingredient reportedly goes on to improve the skin's appearance, with testing showing that other people found participants' skin to look younger after 28 days of treatment. (INCI: Water (aqua) (and) Propanediol (and) Asparagopsis Armata Extract)

Emogreen C69—For a soft and powdery effect in formulations, this emollient can be used in various applications and does not leave a sticky or draggy feel. The fluid ingredient comes from 100% natural origin content, and can act as an alternative to dimethicone. (INCI: C15-19 Alkane (and) Coco-Caprylate/Caprate)

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