At the occasion of in-cosmetics show 2013 in Paris, Worlée Cosmetics will
surprise with innovative and state of the art product developments on booth B41.
The product range of acrylic film former will be completed by WorléeMicromer
C70/61 & C70/63 film-forming polymers specially developed for use in water-based
nail polish systems.
WorléeMicromer C70/61 and C70/63 are 100% free of solvents and are an excellent alternative to traditional nail lacquers. They are compatible with WorléeBase AQ types which are pigment dispersions and compatible for different kind of color cosmetic products.
In the field of thickener Worlée Cosmetics comes along with its new WorléeGel EcoTX-2 that is composed of more than 55% of renewable raw materials, is free of mineral oil and PEG/EO. The thickener is based on WorléeGel TX-1 (formerly WorléeGel LDP 3000) and can also be used for stabilizing aqueous cosmetics formulas or as co-emulsifier.
With its product range of WorléeBeads Jojoba, Worlée Cosmetics offers an innovative and green alternative for PE-exfoliants used in all kinds of rinse-off products within the cosmetics industry. NaTrue certified exfoliants are available.
Worlée Cosmetics will present a wide range of practice oriented example formulations and samples to demonstrate features and properties such as water resistance or flexibility. Beside this, the team will demonstrate the module principle of Worlée products.
About Worlée Cosmetics
For 160 years now, Worlée has supplied its customers reliably with raw materials from Germany and abroad. The company was founded in 1851 by Emil Heinrich Worlée in Hamburg for the import and trade of natural resins sold as binders to the flourishing paint and lacquer industry during the industrial revolution. Today 5th generation descendants manage the family business. The former trade house has grown into a modern industrial and service group, operating internationally, refining and selling spices, dried vegetables, teas etc. for the food industry as well as producing and distributing important raw materials for the paint, lacquer and cosmetic industries.
Source: Worlée Cosmetics