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C&T actives

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Stabilized forms of vitamin C and multifunctional vitamin mixtures with improved efficacy provide opportunity for growth in cosmetics and toiletries specialty actives market, according to research by consulting firm Kline (Little Falls, N.J.). Vitamin delivery systems such as nanospheres, glycospheres, microscapsules, nanotopes and glucopolysaccharides being evaluated to improve product efficacy, research shows. Skin whitening agents predicted to generate "exceptional robust growth" over next five years, while actives such as grape seed extract, polyphenols from green tea, isoflavones and chitosan hold niches that will continue to grow at "relatively robust average annual rates" over next five years, firm predicts
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