Kobo Products, Inc.

Kobo Products, Inc.

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Since 1987 Kobo has provided innovative, technology-based raw materials to the cosmetic industry. The product range includes Surface Treated Pigments, Microspheres, Suncare and Color Dispersions, Silicone Fluids, Specialties, Natural Ingredients, Effect Pigments, Boron Nitride and Delivery Systems. Kobo has five locations, USA (Corporate Headquarters), France, Japan, Brazil and UK and is represented globally by independent agents.

Products

  • NJE Treatment

    Kobo's patent pending process enables pigment particles to be rendered hydrophobic with this Natural, Jojoba Ester Treatment. This treatment offers a ...

  • Hybrid Treatment - TTB

    Kobo offers a Hybrid Treatment (TTB) that renders pigments hydrophobic and lipophilic, making them super-dispersible in a large range of systems. Thes...

  • TNSS Dispersions

    TNSS Dispersions of Zinc Oxide in ethylhexyl methoxycrylene (a Photostabilizing Product) provide high broad spectrum protection. Nano or non-Nano ZnO ...

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  • Contact Information

    Kobo Products, Inc.

    www.koboproducts.com
    PO Box 767 South Plainfield New Jersey 07080-0767 United States
    Tel:  +1 9087570033
    Fax:  +1 9087570905

Categories

  1. Company Activity
    Distributor & Manufacturer of Ingredients
  2. Looking for Distributors
    (not looking for agents)
  3. Company Size (employees) 101-500
  4. Primary Function Other… please specify

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Company White Papers

  • Colour dispersions for high intensity...

    Formulators are challenged to produce cosmetic products that have a higher intensity of colour in order to fulfi ll the modern needs of consumers. Kob...

  • Hydrogenated polycyclopentadiene, a...

    This article discusses the synthetic resin, hydrogenated polycyclopentadiene for use in cosmetics and personal care.

  • The Use of Ultramarine Pigments in...

    The natural form of the mineral ultramarine blue is, lapis lazuli, but our discussion focuses upon the synthetic or artificial varieties of ultramarin...

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