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DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products Collaborates with RML Incorporated to Develop Bio-Based Solution for Personal Care Products
Date:5/6/2013

Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) May 06, 2013

DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products Company LLC is proud to announce that it has partnered with RML, Inc. in creating a new line of alternative preservatives called PolyGuard. The PolyGuard line features the proprietary ingredient Zemea® propanediol.

Zemea® is a natural, 100 percent bio-based ingredient made from corn sugar through fermentation and developed for use in the cosmetics and personal care market. It is a high-performance, environmentally friendly sustainable alternative to petroleum-based glycols and glycerin, where the product’s lack of skin irritation, improved moisturization and excellent aesthetic properties are benefits. Zemea® is approved as a natural ingredient by Ecocert and the Natural Products Association; it is certified 100 percent bio-based by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and has both Kosher and Halal certifications.

RML designed its new preservative line, PolyGuard, capitalizing on the ability of Zemea® to boost preservative efficiency along with its proven lack of irritation in cosmetic and personal care products in combination with the natural preservative, e-polylysine, which is derived through the fermentation of bacteria. The PolyGuard line has two preservative blends – PolyGuard BA and PolyGuard CG. PolyGuard BA combines Zemea® with other ingredients of natural origin – e-polylysine and benzyl alcohol – allowing for natural preservation in a safe and effective manner. PolyGuard CG draws on RML’s experience in the marketplace producing caprylyl glycol based preservative systems by combining Zemea®, e-polylysine and RML’s domestically produced and exceptionally pure caprylyl glycol. These materials are exclusively manufactured for RML by Hampford Research Incorporated.

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