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SEPINOV™ EMT 10

INCI Name: Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer

Function: Emulsifier, Viscosity Modifier, Stabilizer

Ingredient Origin: Synthetic

Certifications & Compliance: RSPO MassBalance Certified

SEPINOV™ EMT 10 is a universal thickening-stabilizing-texturizing powder polymer which imparts a satiny-fresh skin feel. Aqueous gels, cream gels, emulsions and GELTRAP™ can all be produced using SEPINOV™ EMT 10. SEPINOV™ EMT 10 demonstrates an excellent tolerance for immature skins and is therefore the perfect choice for baby products.

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SEPIPLUS™ 400

INCI Name: Polyisobutene, Polyacrylate-13, Polysorbate 20

Function: Emulsifier, Viscosity Modifier

Benefit Claims: Spreadability, Ready-To-Use

Labeling Claims: Preservative-free, Solvent-free, Clean at Sephora

SEPIPLUS™ 400 is a liquid polymer produced by inverse emulsion polymerization. This is a solvent-free, energy efficient manufacturing process technology. In concentrated form, the transport of water can be reduced in comparison to standard (non-concentrated) grades.

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AQUAXYL™

INCI Name: Xylitol, Anhydroxylitol, Xylitylglucoside

Function: Moisturizing Agent, Restoring Agent, Anti-Aging Agent, Protective Agent

Ingredient Origin: Plant Origin

Labeling Claims: Preservative-free, Organic, Clean at Sephora

Certifications & Compliance: Organic Certified, NaTrue, COSMOS, ECOCERT

Benefit Claims: Highly Restructuring, Moisturizing, Anti-Aging, Replenishing

AQUAXYL™, the power of a patented sweetened combination, optimizes the skin's hydrous flow. Its mechanism of action identified by cosmetogenomics, controls water circulation and reserves. “Anti-dehydration shield” action: Aquaxyl reinforces the synthesis of essential lipids and proteins involved in the organisation of the corneus layer.