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Cryogenic Scanning Electron Microscope image (magnification  120,000X) showing Msorb® nanoparticle dispersion. Photo credits: Hanseung Lee, University of Minnesota


What is Msorb®?

Msorb® is nano, the science of the ultra-small. It is trademarked nanotechnology that has been under development since 2016. This technology applied to topical products ensures a particle distribution under 100 nanometers. It takes 2000 Msorb® nanoparticles stacked up to equal the thickness of a single sheet of copier paper. All products that contain the Msorb® trademark are offered exclusively by Superior Nano and Super Nano White Label Customers.

Particle size distribution for Superior Nano 6% cannabinoid ULTRA serum. Red: % of particles vs diameter. Green: Cumulative % particles with diameter less than or equal to size.  

What is a nanometer?

Nanotechnology is the science of manipulating atoms and molecules to the nanoscale. A nanometer (nm) is one-billionth of a meter (about a billionth of a yard).

Why nano?

It is no surprise that small particles are absorbed by the skin more rapidly and penetrate more deeply, and Msorb® nanoparticles are the smallest of the small. Active ingredients in Msorb® products permeate into the skin 2 to 3 times faster than conventional non-nano products.


The Future is Msorb 

It's not news in the topical industry that nanotechnology is the way of the future and is considered the hottest emerging technology available. Msorb applied to topicals provides deeper skin penetration and long-lasting effects. Nanotechnology is capturing the hearts of cosmetic industries with their enhanced benefits, and many brands plan to incorporate nanotechnology in most of their manufacturing processes. 


Learn more in our Msorb® Technology information PDF.

The particle size of every batch of Superior Nano products is tested using dynamic laser light scattering (DLS) and the results are included in the Certificate of Analysis (COA).  For COAs of every batch of Superior Nano products showing particle size data, click here.