OK
The material selection platform
Cosmetics Ingredients
The material selection platform
Cosmetics Ingredients
Product News

TRI-K Launches Peptide-based Natural Active for Glowing Skin

Published on 2021-10-08. Edited By : SpecialChem

TAGS:  Sustainability / Natural Cosmetics     Skin Care    

TRI-K Glowing SkinTRI-K introduces Fision® GlowPlex, based on NaturePep® natural peptide technology. The company combined the power of peptides with gold standard niacinamide to create a first-of-its-kind active for skin glow.

Multifunctional Skincare Active


Fision® GlowPlex is a multifunctional skincare active providing efficacious skin glow benefits, such as enhanced skin radiance, minimizing the appearance of dark spots and hyperpigmentation, blurring of skin imperfections, and supporting even, homogenous skin tone over time. Consumers today look for both intensity and speed of benefit and Fision® GlowPlex can help achieve visible results in seven days.

The novel combination of naturally-derived pea and quinoa peptides with the proven benefits of niacinamide provides a powerful active, which works via a multi-targeted biological mechanism of action to address complex melanogenesis pathways to enhance skin glow, radiance and evenness,” explained Dr. Mihaela Gorcea, associate director, Evaluations & Scientific Communications, R&D.

As stated by business manager, Mr. Victor Low, “As part of our ever-expanding Fision® portfolio, Fision® GlowPlex is the latest innovation that offers consumers an effective tool to realize the skin quality they want by improving multiple skin attributes, including skin glow and luminosity.”

Dr. Pushker Sona, Global VP Business Development and Innovation added, “Fision® GlowPlex is indeed a next generation, patent pending technology backed by rigorous science and compelling scientific in vitro and in vivo data, ready to change the face of consumers.”

TRI-K's Product Range




Source: TRI-K

Sustainability / Natural Cosmetics Skin care


Channel Alerts

Receive weekly digests on hot topics

Back to Top