CosmeticsDesign.com first reported on the ingredient supplier’s research around CBD derivatives and silicone gel elastomers following the 2019 SCC Annual Meeting and Technology Showcase. Now that research is a reality, with the launch of a personal care ingredient called Vertasil TM-CBD1.
CBD is not compatible with silicone substrates. And that’s the challenge Gelest set out to address. The ingredient maker specializes in silanes, silicones, and metal-organics for the medical, pharmaceutical, and personal care industries (as well as others).
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