FSS NanoVesicular System Cooling
a hot, summer day, nothing is more enticing than sitting by a pool with a cold,
refreshing glass of lemonade.This
popular drink has a way of making your whole body feel refreshed and
rejuvenated. Lemon extract can also
used to add an invigorating cooling sensation to many personal care
today’s market, consumers are looking for a multi-beneficial product. They are
looking for something that is functional,
and that may also provide a “sensory cue” to let them know that it is working.
By incorporating lemon
into a product, a cooling sensation will be felt which will help customers to
acknowledge the already existent
popular trend is to have plump skin and lips, with little signs of creases or
wrinkles. A way to incorporate both the desired plumping and cooling features
is through the FSS NanoVesicular System Cooling.
This system utilizes phospholipids as well as dehydrated components to bind
with the free flowing
in skin and plump, decreasing the signs of wrinkles and fine lines. By utilizing
hyaluronic acid, it will bind with the collagen also present in the system to
form a three dimensional matrix giving a firm, supple appearance to skin and lips.
The use of dehydrated particles helps for easier skin penetration and the
system will self-assemble
once it enters an aqueous environment.
people are cautious about what they put on their skin. Due to this, the lemon
in FSS NanoVesicular System Cooling is
fractionated so that it does not
known allergens like citral and geraniol. FSS
NanoVesicular System Cooling may be incorporated into a variety of cosmetic
formulations. Along with plumping, it will give products a burst of cooling
sensation with will help users to feel the added benefit and perceive that the
product is performing. *Sensory Study Available upon request
& Citrus Limon (Lemon) Fruit Extract & Yeast Extract & Sodium
Chondroitin Sulfate & Hyaluronic Acid & Tocopherol &
Amber viscous oily liquid
Storage: Protected from direct
light and humidity at a temperature of 50°-77°F (10°-25°C)
Shelf life: 12 months, properly stored, in sealed container.
should be added to a formulation at the recommended usage rate
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