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News breaking: 2017-04-14

Revolutionair anti-verouderingsbestanddeel van Hallstar, Micah, wint zilver op Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Awards

CHICAGO-(BUSINESS WIRE)- Hallstar, een in Chicago gevestigd bedrijf in gespecialiseerde chemicalien, heeft Zilver gewonnen op de Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Awards 2017. Het bedrijf kreeg de prijs voor zijn revolutionaire nieuwe anti-verouderingsingredient Micah. De winnaars werden bekendgemaakt op de conferentie in-cosmetics(R), die op 4 april plaatsvond in Londen. De awards huldigen de ontwikkeling van nieuwe actieve of functionele bestanddelen waarvoor innovatieve wetenschap en producteigenschappen zodanig zijn toegepast dat ze fabrikanten en eindgebruikers aanzienlijke voordelen opleveren.

'Ik vind het geweldig dat ons O&O-team deze prestigieuze prijs wint', zei John Paro, bestuursvoorzitter, president en ceo van Hallstar. 'We zetten ons in voor innovatie en de juiste chemie, zodat onze klanten waanzinnige producten op de markt kunnen zetten. Micah is een geweldig voorbeeld van de klasse die Hallstar in huis heeft.'

Hallstar's Breakthrough Anti-Aging Chemistry, Micah, Takes Silver at the Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Ingredient Awards

CHICAGO-(BUSINESS WIRE)- Hallstar, a specialty chemical company based in Chicago, has been awarded the 2017 Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Silver Prize for its revolutionary new anti-aging ingredient, Micah. Winners were announced at the in-cosmetics(R) conference in London on April 4th. The awards are given to honor the development of a novel active or functional ingredient combining innovative science and product features in a way that demonstrates substantial benefits to manufacturers and end-users.

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Hallstar has been awarded the 2017 Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Silver Prize for its revolutionar ...Hallstar has been awarded the 2017 Global in-cosmetics(R) Innovation Silver Prize for its revolutionary new anti-aging ingredient, Micah. (Photo: Business Wire)

"I'm delighted to see our R&D team receive this prestigious recognition," said John Paro, Hallstar's Chairman, President and CEO. "We are committed to innovation and to providing the right chemistry so our customers can work wonders with their products. Micah is a great example of Hallstar's world-class capabilities."

in-cosmetics (R) attracts a global audience of cosmetic manufacturers, distributors and consultants, and is the leading innovation launch pad for the personal care industry. Around 100 Innovation Award entries from around the world were received for the 2017 prize.

"Micah's breakthrough chemistry represents a whole new category of sun care protection and anti-aging because it halts the photo-aging process before it starts," explained Robert Hu, Vice President of Research & Development. "Independent clinical research shows that Micah, unlike sunscreens or antioxidants, prevents 100% of free radicals, ROS, inflammation, and DNA damage from UVA and Visible Light, at a use level of only 0.2%."

Varun Mathur, Hallstar's Beauty & Personal Care General Manager, was on-hand in London to accept the award. "Hearing Hallstar announced from the stage affirmed our confidence in Micah's potential. Whether it be a serum, sunscreen or moisturizer, Micah could be an integral part of any anti-aging solution.'

To learn more, download the brochure, read the Hallstar whitepaper, " Stopping the Clock: Understanding Micah Chemistry," or contact Dennis Zlotnik at dzlotnik@hallstar.com.

About Hallstar:

Hallstar is a leading global provider of specialty chemistry solutions. The company takes a collaborative approach to every engagement, delivering technical support, chemistry expertise and industry knowledge that helps its customers make the most of their products, from concepts to the first production batches. Visit www.hallstar.com to learn more.

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Marie Paro