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5 results for tag « IBPN technology »

Phytotensors, more than 30 years of expertise and 32 patents

 Friday 03 August 2018

Supported by avant-garde technological innovations, SILAB positioned itself as genuine leader on the market of cosmetic phytotensors.

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IBPN technology®: a breakthrough innovation in the design of a second skin protective film

 Sunday 08 April 2018

Expectations of skin care consumers are constantly evolving. Current trends go towards both proven visible quick anti-ageing performance and protective effect while giving an increasingly preponderant place to greater naturalness.

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IBPN technology® in the spotlight at the 6th World Congress on Biopolymers

 Thursday 14 September 2017

The 6th World Congress on Biopolymers took place from September 7 to 9, 2017 in Paris, on the theme “Biopolymers as Ecofriendly Polymers”.

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IBPN technology®: a breakthrough innovation for a natural “second skin”

 Monday 13 March 2017

IBPN technology® (Interpenetrating BioPolymer Network), the result of over five years of research, relies on the development of interpenetrating biopolymer networks. Respecting the principles of naturality, this technological innovation, designed and patented by SILAB, combines, in a single network, the biomechanical and film-forming properties of two natural polymers.

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FILMEXEL®, the excellence of a natural, protective and lifting film

 Thursday 28 April 2016

SILAB proposes FILMEXEL® to the worldwide cosmetic market, the most innovative and multifunctional natural film-forming active ingredient. FILMEXEL® offers the widest range of benefits -PROTECTIVE / LIFTING / SENSORIAL- to manufacturers and end-users in a variety of formulas: gel, emulsified gel, tissue masks, serum, foundation, etc.

Designed from the IBPN technology®, a proprietary technology of interpenetrating biopolymer network, FILMEXEL® forms a resistant, flexible and non-occlusive film on the skin, mimicking its properties and functions. FILMEXEL® is a natural biopolymer composed of galactomannans of Caesalpinia spinosa and sulfated galactans of Kappaphycus alvarezii, providing both outstanding biomechanical properties and superior film-forming capacities never obtained with a simple mixture of individual biopolymers.

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