Swift Innovations, a pioneering force in the skincare industry, is proud to announce a major funding milestone. The National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) has awarded Swift Innovations a substantial grant to support its innovative research project, “Development of Proprietary Plant Antioxidant Blend.”
Advancing Skincare Through Nature’s Bounty
Swift Innovations’ latest research initiative aims to harness the potent antioxidants found in select Alberta plant species, including kale, purslane, wild rose, and lettuce. These indigenous plants are renowned for their rich antioxidant content, which holds immense potential for skin health and rejuvenation.
Swift Innovations Secures $30,000 Funding from NRC IRAP Youth Employment Program for Groundbreaking Skin Care Project
Swift Innovations, a leading contract manufacturer of skincare products headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, is thrilled to announce that it has been awarded a grant of up to $30,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC IRAP) under its Youth Employment Program. This funding is a significant milestone in Swift Innovations’ ongoing commitment to advancing the skincare industry through innovation and sustainability.
The core focus of this ambitious project is the development of cutting-edge phytochemical-based skincare formulations. Dr. Jagvir Singh, the visionary founder of Swift Innovations and a distinguished PhD holder in nanotechnology with 17 years of research experience, leads this endeavor. With a dedication to harnessing the power of nature, Swift Innovations aims to extract bioactive components from carefully selected Albertan plant species using skin-friendly eluents.
Swift Innovations announces the development of a novel surfactant – BioSurf that has the potential to reshape industries and ignite a new era of sustainability.
Imagine a surfactant that possesses the power to combat fires, cleanse our homes, and safeguard our environment, all while leaving behind no trace of harm. It is the biodegradable non-fluorinated carboxylated ester surfactant. This remarkable breakthrough not only revolutionizes fire suppression techniques but also paves the way for a consumer goods industry that embraces sustainability without compromising performance.
Join us as we embark on a journey to transform the world, one drop at a time.
Traditional fluorinated surfactants have long been utilized in various industries, but their widespread use has raised significant environmental and health concerns. These compounds, while effective in their intended applications, pose serious risks to our ecosystem and well-being. Fluorinated surfactants are