Marine Mucin

Marine Mucin

Marine Mucin is a viscous glycoprotein (gel) with a molecular weight of over 2 million that is extracted from squid nidamental glands. It has a high water-holding capacity, provides moisture to the skin and protects the skin from physical stress. Especially, the mucin in the nidamental gland is a marine gift that plays the role of protecting eggs, which are the origin of life, from external enemies such as bacteria and physical stress. 【Characteristics】 - Moisturizing effect Marine Mucin is a protein that consists of amino acids and mucopolysaccharide with a high water-holding capacity, and has a high moisturizing effect. - Unique smooth touch Marine Mucin has the characteristically high viscosity of mucin and a smooth texture. The skin feels smooth after drying.

  • Marine Muin 3.36 MB

    Marine Mucin cataloue pdf

    24 Jul 2014

Koken Co.,Ltd.

Stand:
  • A52
Koken Co., Ltd. manufactures cosmetic raw materials focus on collagen, and also undertakes processing of cosmetics under contract. Collagen(insoluble collagen) is a protein that is abundant in ani...Koken Co., Ltd. manufactures cosmetic raw materials focus on collagen, and also undertakes processing of cosmetics under contract. Collagen(insoluble collagen) is a protein that is abundant in animal skin(dermis), but it is usually not soluble in water or acid. Therefore, utilization of collagen as a cosmetic ingredient is very limited, but in 1978 we established unique technology to solubilize collagen. As a result collagen has come into wide use as cosmetic ingredient as it is. We have also recetly succedded to manufacture botanical (fruit) powders, extracts, and glycoprotein mucin(from squid), and collagen sheets by applying lyophilization (freeze-drying) technology. As a manufacturer of cosmetic raw materials, we have and will continue to endeavor to provide useful materials.More

We use cookies to operate this website and to improve its usability. Full details of what cookies are, why we use them and how you can manage them can be found by reading our Privacy & Cookies page. Please note that by using this site you are consenting to the use of cookies.