SharoWIPES™ – SMART PRESERVATION FOR WET WIPES.
The preservation of wet wipes is known to be a challenge. The microbiological risk is due to the unique product characteristics of wipes, which contain both formula & fabric. External factors such as in-use habits are adding to the difficulty, as well as the packaging. Ingredient’s safety concerns are especially high when it comes to wipes, as wet wipes are used for baby care and on sensitive areas. The industry is facing another hurdle: a strong trend of “free-from” claims, which are limiting the choice of ingredients and preservation system.
SharoWIPES™ line was created following in-depth research to answer the industry needs. It offers a technological breakthrough by proving a solution that protects both the formula and the non-woven. The systems in the line are composed of a carefully selected combination of hydrophilic elements, together with an anti-biofilm agent. The systems demonstrate high efficacy and broad-spectrum at a low level of use.
Dr. Paul Salama, Ph.D., our CTO & Head of Innovation will be presenting at the 15th annual World of Wipes® (WOW) International Conference in Atlanta, USA. Join us to learn more about our scientific breakthrough solution for wet-wipes preservation on July 14, at 11:00 am. Topic: Unveiling Wet Wipes Preservation: New Findings on Microbial Risks and Novel Preservative Solution Created by Rational Design
Our Technical Experts will be happy to meet you during the 15th annual World of Wipes® (WOW) International Conference 12-15 July 2021.
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