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Inolex Launches Emollients Made From Biobased Succinic Acid

9:26 AM MDT | September 6, 2012 | Rebecca Coons

Inolex, a Philadelphia-based personal care and cosmetics ingredient maker, has launched a new range of 100% biobased emollients made from biobased succinic acid produced by BioAmber (Minneapolis) The succinate emollients can be used in skin care, hair care, color, and antiperspirant products to provide shine and a light, fast-drying emolliency, Inolex says. These emollients are suitable as alternatives to silicone fluids for improving skin-feel, as well as enhancing shine and texture in hair care products. In natural formulations, they can be used to reduce the...

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