Marine Bacteria-Bio-Glycolipid

Marine Bacteria-Bio-Glycolipid

Marine Bacteria-Bio-Glycolipid is made by fermentation of marine bacteria. It is a natural biosurfactant (Emulsifiers), eco-friendly product and non-ionic surfactant. It has not skin irritation and the usage is one tenth compared to synthetic surfactants. It is appropriate to cosmetics for children, acne and sensitive type. #Marine #Fermentation

SEOJIN BIOTECH CO.,LTD.

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Seojin Biotech is a leading company in marine biotechnology industry. There are three kinds of main business items; functional cosmetic material, health functional food material and natural medicine. ...Seojin Biotech is a leading company in marine biotechnology industry. There are three kinds of main business items; functional cosmetic material, health functional food material and natural medicine. First, Functional cosmetic materials are functional raw materials and biosurfactant produced by marine bacteria. Functional materials are moisturizing functional polysaccharide from algae and functional low-molecular-weight polysaccharide utilizing fermentation technology. It has efficacy such as anti-wrinkle, whitening, and cellulose decomposition in functional raw materials. Health functional food material are calcium citrate, arthritis prevention, raw materials for improving immunity or anti-obesity. Last, Natural medicine is immune-boosting, anti-diabetic and anti-inflammatory materials. More

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