Menthyl Lactate

Menthyl Lactate

Menthyl lactate, a derivative of mint, has the characteristics of mild and cool lasting compared with menthol, and is an algefacient with no adverse reactions such as burning, irritation and tingling sensation, as is widely used in cosmetics.

Suzhou Brilliance International Trade co. LTD

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All the operating varieties of products are independently developed, researched and produced by the Company, and it also owns more than the patents. The Company's factory covers an area of 23,000 squa...All the operating varieties of products are independently developed, researched and produced by the Company, and it also owns more than the patents. The Company's factory covers an area of 23,000 square meters, which has also been equipped with advanced production equipment, research equipment and testing equipment. The Company has passed the GMP certification, and its high-tech personnel accounts for 30% of the total employees. The main products include: paeonol, arbutin, phenylethyl resorcinol, ferulic acid series, chlorphenesin, zinc phenolsulfonate, caffeic acid phenethyl ester, menthyl lactate, nicardipine hydrochloride, calcium dobesilate, etc. The Company purses lean manufacturing, and gain a larger share of the market with the product quality. Trusted by a majority of customers.More

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