Softigel’s products use a variety of delivery methods, including tablets, powders, syrups, suspensions, creams, drops, and emulsions.
Its tablets consist of a blend of active substances and excipients, which are usually in powder form. They are pressed or compacted into a solid dose.
The advantages of softigel tablets include high dose precision and low content variability, they are low-cost and are well suited for large-scale production, light and compact, easy to package and ship, simple product identification, an option for special release such as enteric or delayed release, and they are difficult to alter.
Softigel powders are substances containing ground, pulverized, or otherwise finely dispersed solid particles. They can contain drug compounds or nutritional products as functional foods.
Advantages the company’s powders include no compression, encapsulation, or coating needed, which is less time consuming; no size limitations; the flavors are pleasant; and they are ideal for patients with difficulty swallowing capsules or tablets such as children and infants.