Fourth consecutive PCHi win for Azelis

Azelis-PCHi-awardThe speciality chemicals producer won the 2018 Fountain Award for Personal Care and Cosmetics Innovation at PCHi in Shanghai, China. Azelis is delighted to have been awarded this prestigious award for the fourth year in a row. The company was up against fierce competition with 103 product entries.

Azelis impressed the judges, all industry leading professionals, with its active ingredient Tagra CelluCaps C. This green microencapsulation delivery system that whitens the skin, increases cell renewal and prevents moisture loss.

The CelluCaps range is based on Tagra’s unique Release on Demand (RND) technology, which is a method of providing stability, efficiency and controlled/immediate release for non-water soluble ingredients. When rubbing the formulation onto skin, the polymeric shell collapses and the microcapsules begin to fracture releasing the encapsulated active.

Jane Zhang, head of personal care in China, comments: ‘We were up against fantastic entries from key players in our industry and it is a true honour to win the Fountain Award for Innovation for the fourth time. This is a true testament to our teams and am delighted Tagra CelluCaps C has been rewarded with this recognition.’

Conrad Bucheleres, MD China, adds: ‘We are thrilled to see that Tagra CelluCaps C has pleased the PCHi judges. The technical excellence of our people and the high quality ingredients delivered by our principals aids Azelis’ success. With over 21 years’ combined experience and excellent market connections, our three formulation experts from our personal care team in China are more than well positioned to anticipate market trends and proactively offer innovative solutions. We are delighted with this award and will continue to excite the market through further development of new ideas and innovation, continually strengthening our offering to customers.’

PCHi places innovation at the heart of the show and aims to reward the expertise of participating companies. The competition included two rounds of evaluation of all the entries, judged by nine leading experts from both the cosmetics industry and government.


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