Promois WK-SAQ; Cationized Hydrolyzed Keratin

Promois WK-SAQ; Cationized Hydrolyzed Keratin

Promois CAQ type is higher alkyl quaternary ammonium derivatives of hydrolyzed collagen/silk/keratin/soy protein. Since it has higher alkyl chain, it leads to glossy and smooth hair and the effect lasts long. It has high adsorption ability to the damaged hair and gives softness and antistatic. It is suitable for hair conditioners and treatments.

SEIWA KASEI CO.,LTD.

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Japanese time-tested manufacturer of innovative cosmetic raw materials, Seiwa Kasei, offers high-performance products based on peptides and/or amino acids and formulations with unique marketing claims...Japanese time-tested manufacturer of innovative cosmetic raw materials, Seiwa Kasei, offers high-performance products based on peptides and/or amino acids and formulations with unique marketing claims and relevant data. In addition to the core products "Promois" ; variant hydrolyzed proteins and their derivatives from natural resources, many functional ingredients are developed with our technology, such as "Silasoma" ; encapsulated UV-filters for sensitive skin and baby, "Protesil" ; multi-functional hybrid polymers with silky texture and hair colour protection, and "Amitose" ; glycerin derivatives with arginine or ascorbic acid with moisturizing effect and whitening effect, and "Vegetamide" ; pseudo-layer of hair cuticle with selective repair. More

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