The company has built up its business serving the food industry but is now taking its know-how into the personal care arena with the launch of a highly stabilised vegetable oil range, the first to be unleashed from its cosmetics stable. For its new stabilised vegetable oil range the company has established a patented technology that prevents the oxidation of the oils. The process, known as Quality Silver, means that polyunsaturated oils remain stable in a wide variety of formulations, whilehelping to extend product shelf-life. Increased stability means great efficacy The increased stability also mean means that the active compounds contained in the oils remain effective under a wider range of conditions, providing greater insurance for product efficacy. Most importantly the process lends greater stability to the nutrient rich omegas 3, 6 and 9 found in fruit and vegetable oils, which are said to provide general nutrition for the skin as well as providing anti-aging properties. Omega 3 has been shown to reduce skin inflammation, while omega 6 helps to treat dry skin conditions and omega 9 forms an essential part of the cell membrane, contributing to skin elasticity and flexibility. A wide range of fruit and vegetable oils Included in the range is kiwi seed oil, raspberry seed oil, borage, camelina and olive oil, which all fall in line with the major trend towards natural-based cosmetic formulations. The forthcoming In-Cosmetics event, to be held in Amsterdam April 15 - 18, will provide a launching pad for the company's cosmetics division and its new vegetable oils range. The company's stand can be found at stand H189, Pavillion France.