PM25repulse

PM25repulse

▮Negative charged functional oil to repel fine dust (PM2.5)▮ ... Same manufacturing procedure was applied as PM25plus except collecting anionic oils via electrophoresis. PM25repulse is the first functional oil to protect skin from fine dust by repelling by anionic functionality imparted on oil. It also has high formulation stability with affordable price.

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Recently, SC Labs invented 2 functional oils to solve fine dust (PM2.5) problems with supercritical technology. ▶ PM25plus ▶ PM25repulse PM25plus, cationic oil, is useful to remove fine dust by io...Recently, SC Labs invented 2 functional oils to solve fine dust (PM2.5) problems with supercritical technology. ▶ PM25plus ▶ PM25repulse PM25plus, cationic oil, is useful to remove fine dust by ionic drag. It is recommended for cleansers(cleansing oil), hair products, mask pack. On the other hand, PM25repulse, anionic oil, is useful for skin care products by repelling fine dust from skin. Benefits expected by using functional oils are; ▶ Easy fine dust removal or repulsion by ionic functionality imparted on oil. No further additives. ▶ High formulation stability. ▶ Affordable price. Other creative and reliable cosmetic ingredients are listed in homepage. Recently, we established a subsidiary company in Hanoi, Vietnam. More of natural products can be supplied from Công ty TNHH SC Labs HQ.More

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