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Dow launches a new technology for body emulsions

Dow, a supplier of speciality chemicals, which serves the cosmetics and personal care products markets, introduced its new EcoSmooth Delight technology for body emulsions, a the latest edition of the in-cosmetics Brazil fair, which was held on 30 September - 1 October 2015 in São Paulo.

EcoSmooth Delight, is a solution that adds softness and prolongs the hydration of the body and face with dry and velvety touch that lasts longer. “When combined with various silicones and emollients, EcoSmooth Delight helps create formulations that are non tacky/non greasy, leaving the skin light and smooth, without having to compromise on a final result of exceptionally moisturized skin,” explains Dow.

The technology is compatible with a variety of ingredients, providing formulators with the opportunity to develop skin care products with a unique structure and texture.

"The company provides the industry with various solutions to help offering more innovative products to the end user. Whatever the needs or expectations of the market, Dow can meet them," explains Thelma Bayoud - Marketing Manager for Home & Personal Care at Dow Latin America.

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