CPS Coscolor Series
Innovative carrier capsules for cosmetic applications
CPS Coscolor Series is one of over 2000 uniquely effective ingredients in our product catalogue. Find out more about this product from CPS (Huzhou) below
CPS Coscolor Series - At a glance
Coscolor capsules can be used to create exciting colour change effects or as a visual signal for the release of active ingredients in skin creams and cosmetic bases
More about CPS Coscolor Series from CPS (Huzhou)
Coscolor capsules are hard, dry dual coloured spherical beads which become soft over time in a cosmetic base acting as a carrier for colour change pigments and active ingredients.
The capsules contain high levels of pigment inside which are of a different colour to the outside creating fascinating colour change effects once applied to the skin. They can be used to create an exciting aesthetic effect or to signal the release of an active ingredient in BB Creams, foundation or make up bases.
Our Supplier: CPS (Huzhou)
CPS (Huzhou) is a leading manufacturer of capsules and pellets based on innovative technologies for cosmetic application including unique colour changing capsules and EGCG-stabilised beads.Find out more about CPS (Huzhou)
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