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POLA Develops Algin Acid Based Emulsion.

Tokyo, Japan, Aug 28, 2006 - (JCN) - The POLA cosmetics research lab has announced an emulsion based on algin acid derivatives.

This new emulsion features the improved permeability of oil solvents to the skin, as oil droplets' membranes are softened, while the emulsion itself maintains high stability by cross-linking the droplets with algin acid derivatives.

The industry's first emulsion based on algin acid thus gives a feel of greater smoothness to users, and will be utilized in POLA's new cosmetic products from the 2006 fall.

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Date:Aug 30, 2006
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