Hallstar CEO discusses advances in photostability of skin care products

By Simon Pitman

- Last updated on GMT

At the recent Suppliers Day event in New Jersey, Cosmetics Design caught up with Hallstar CEO John Paro to find out about the company's latest breakthrough in the photostability of skin care formulations, Polycrylene S1. The interview also highlighted the company's continued expansion into the naturals arena as well as how its business strategy is continuing to to take shape.

At the recent Suppliers Day event in New Jersey, Cosmetics Design caught up with Hallstar CEO John Paro to find out about the company's latest breakthrough in the photostability of skin care formulations, Polycrylene S1. The interview also highlighted the company's continued expansion into the naturals arena as well as how its business strategy is continuing to to take shape.

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