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Arkema Won Award for Sweet Mellow Gum Cosmetic Formulation at Cosmetagora 2016

Published on 2016-01-27. Author : SpecialChem

Fig. 1: Arkema

With Sweet Mellow Gum, Arkema placed 3rd for the innovation award at the French formulation exhibition, Cosmetagora. 48 exhibitors took part in this formulation contest with concepts around the topic “surprising cosmetics, amazing formula.”

With its very unique transforming texture, “Sweet Mellow Gum” is an inspiring formulation which is both simple and original. Its supple and mellow texture ensures an easy pick-up and surprises with its quicksand effect. Dense, rebounded and powdery, this make-up primer ensures a skin perfecting blur effect: it instantly blends fine lines and wrinkles, controls shine, and evens skin tone while enhancing skin radiance. Fully transparent, Sweet Mellow Gum, leaves an incredible soft touch to the skin.

As a pioneer in the field of sensory powders, Arkema has designed this innovative powdery primer which highlights the properties of its Orgasol® multifunctional powders range, especially Orgasol® 4000 EXD NAT COS CARESSE.

About Arkema

Arkema is one of the leading specialty chemicals and advanced materials companies headquartered in Colombes, near Paris, France.

Created in 2004 when French oil major Total restructured its chemicals business, Arkema was introduced at the Paris stock exchange in May 2006. With a turnover of 6.5 billion €, Arkema has 14,000 employees in more than 40 countries, 10 research centers worldwide, and a total of 85 production plants in Europe, North America and Asia.

Arkema is organized into three business segments: Coating Solutions, Industrial Chemicals and Performance Products.

Source: Arkema 

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