13 October 2016
Azelis Personal Care in the UK announces agreements with a number of new world class manufacturers, bringing an exciting selection of new quality products to the portfolio of speciality chemicals and raw materials.
AGRANA is a leading manufacturer of starches for food and personal care. They are specialists in processing and refining top-quality agricultural raw materials to create a variety of different and highly refined GMO free starch products using modern and environmentally friendly methods.
BRB is a provider of world class silicones for all personal care applications. BRB is the largest independent supplier of silicones, offering a wide range of cost effective ingredients.
Showa Denko offers a comprehensive range of vitamin derivatives with excellent stability and performance in formulation. Azelis Personal Care has an exclusive agreement to bring these to the UK market.
Sino Lion supply the first truly ‘green’ surfactants which offer mildness, excellent biodegradability and an improved skin feel. Sino Lion active ingredients include skin lighteners, advanced anti-microbial/anti-dandruff technologies, sensory agents and super mild sulfate-free surfactants.
Temix is one of Europe’s premier manufacturers of esters, emulsifiers and surfactants from renewable sources for use across cosmetic applications.
Terry Yeates, Regional Business Manager for Personal Care, UK & Ireland says: “Our vision is to continue to build upon the complete package of innovative ingredients, technical solutions, commercial excellence and customer service to develop successful products of the future.
We aim to always be at the forefront of new technologies and new applications, adapting and updating our product portfolio constantly as new solutions become available and customer demands develop. These new suppliers and diverse ranges provide exciting options to support innovation in product formulation and meet the latest trends. We look forward to working closely with our customers to maximise the benefits of these ranges”.