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Patch technology: the new weapon in ingredient delivery

SpecialChem / Imogen Matthews – Jun 22, 2007

Consumers want fast results from their skincare products which the latest patch technology promises to deliver. In the past year, the number of targeted patch products has increased, with new product launches designed to tackle ageing skin, acne, whitening and cellulite. Even men are getting their own patch products, reflecting the growing sophistication of the men's skincare market. The newest patch technology promises results after just 20 minutes, offering a luxurious spa-like experience at home. Israel-based Power Paper has developed this innovative, thin, flexible micro-electric patch platform, which claims to effectively improve the delivery of cosmetic actives. Power Paper's patented patches are based on a printed battery with a printed set of electrodes with a cosmetic interface on top. This can be accomplished either by hydrogel based patches or by non woven types of patches combined either with our or the customer's formulation, states Oshrit Shalom Marcom Manager,Power Paper Ltd.

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