Thursday, July 26, 2018 - Florham Park, NJ Troy Corporation announced today the expansion of its TroyCare LSB series of natural preservatives for cosmetics and personal care products. With the launch of TroyCare LSB3, the third preservative in the series, Troy now offers even more solutions for natural protection, featuring an expanded range of system pH compatibility.
Introducing TroyCare LSB, the Natural Choice for Antimicrobial Protection
Troy introduces its TroyCare LSB natural preservatives a series of organic acid based preservatives using naturally sourced ingredients that offer customer friendly INCI listings. TroyCare LSB preservatives offer superior broad-spectrum efficacy to other natural preservatives, as well as performance at lower use levels for exceptionally low cost-in-use. Additionally, TroyCare LSB is effective over a wider system pH range for greater compatibility. As a result, TroyCare LSB represents a significant advance over other natural preservatives currently available, says David Koehl, Troys Global Head Home & Personal Care. TroyCare LSB answers the needs of formulators and fills in the performance, compatibility, and cost-in-use gaps present with other materials, continues Koehl.
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TroyCare advanced antimicrobials for personal care applications offer optimum performance at low use levels, cost-efficiency, and environmental responsibility. Incorporating the leading antifungal and antibacterial technologies available, TroyCare antimicrobials enhance the value of a wide scope of personal care and cosmetics products, including creams and lotions, body washes, gels, shampoo, mascara, eyeliner, personal care wipes, and more.
Troy Corporation, founded in 1950, is a leading worldwide microbial control company, with products available in over 100 countries worldwide. Troy is the inventor of IPBC, which has been supplied to the personal care and cosmetics industry for over 30 years, and provides low cost and reliable protection for products and manufacturing processes.
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