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Day Three of in-cosmetics Culminates New Tech Information

Posted: April 18, 2008
Reported by Katie Schaefer, assistant editor, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine

Agipal introduced two new products at in-cosmetics 2008. Carica papaya (papaya) seed oil  is said by the company to be rich in essential fatty acids. It also restructures skin to improve the cutaneous barrier by its moisturizing properties. It serves as a nutritive oil for all skin types and possesses anti-oxidant activity. 

Adansonia digitata (baobab) oil is derived from the seeds of the baobab tree. Rich in oleïc and linoleïc acid, it is a natural moisturizer that improves skin elasticity. It reportedly prevents wrinkles by stimulating cell regeneration. It can be formulated into products for eczema and psoriasis.

BC Beauty and Cosmetic Srl introduced its new product, Baobab. According to the company, baobab possesses nutritional properties. Beneficial properties of baobab include: anti-oxidant, filmogenic, stretching, soothing, elastic and peels.

At the show, Botaneco discussed Hydresia G2. The difference between G2 and the other Hydresia products is the a new preservative system.