Dream Polymer will participate in 2021 K-chemicals Cyber Exhibition on Mar. 22-26 to introduce its eyelash procedure cosmetics SUBIR.
Dream Polymer has specialized raw materials and recipes for the eyelash procedure cosmetics. In 2020, it launched its eyelash brand SUBIR with the eyelash cosmetics package with the support from the Korean government. This company is seeking long-germ partners like eyelash procedure shops, professional product suppliers, color cosmetics suppliers, and skincare product suppliers.
To provide customers with eyelash cosmetics with stability and functionality, Dream Polymer developed a composition made by L-arginine, which is extracted from seaweed. This beneficial composition to the human body was then used to manufacture eyelash cosmetics, and the company recently launched it. Also eyelash perm glue used for lifting the eyelashes was made with the ingredients harmless to the human body, and it is water soluble for easy removal.
The eyelash twinkle essence (serum) uses ingredients that have green-grade of EWG 0-1. It contains myristoyl pentapeptide, the ingredient that’s most effective for the growth and care of eyelash, 18+biotin+keratin, and plant extracts grown in all over the world. The company had researched and developed the product for two years with experts in Korea, so the material is special and different from other competitors’ products.
Dream Polymer is planning to develop and release a product that does not generate formaldehyde by completely replacing cyanoacrylate-related materials that are used in eyelash extension glue with another material.
The company staff said, “In this expo, we are planning to introduce our products to new buyers. We are going prove that our products are trustworthy.”
2021 K-chemical Cyber Exhibition supports non-face-to-face overseas marketing for Korean companies. The exhibition boasts the largest display of industrial chemical products (varnish, glue, surfactants, MDI, polybutene, polyol, catalyst, blowing agent, additive, pipe, plastic for daily use, additives, etc.) and cosmetics (sun block, serum, ampoule, skin toner, lotion, shampoo, mask pack, etc.) in Korea. This year, about 270 companies will be participating to provide their major products and services.
Especially in this exhibition, 3D technology-based exhibition hall and booth will be set up to showcase special contents made of chemical products for online marketing to overseas buyers.
Currently in Korea, major industries like electronics and automobiles centered on chemical industry are closely linked. In line with this, Korea Specialty Chemical Industry Association (KSCIA), the organizer of the event, is helping the Korean chemical companies to enter the overseas market by various support like export, research and analysis, technical standards, and HDR support as well as handling international agreements. This year’s goal is to achieve 330 million dollars in export in the chemical industry.