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Japanese Chemical Company's New Fiber Paves Way For Wearable Skin Care

December 1, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Teijin Frontier, a subsidiary of Teijin Ltd., developed a new textile fiber, which contains a skincare ingredient. Described as a “wearable cosmetics” clothing range, the polyester fibers contain malic acid that helps retain the skin’s low acidity to keep the skin healthy. Also, the fiber releases compounds that interact with the skin’s moisture to improve beauty.
"Japanese chemical maker develops fiber for "wearable cosmetics"", Global Post, December 01, 2015, via Xinhua News Agency , © Xinhua News Agency
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