A Taste Receptor Blocker For Oral Hygiene Compositions

March 31, 2006 | Contact Author | By: Roger E. Stier
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Keywords: taste receptor blocker | zinc | eucalyptol | taste receptors | oral care

Abstract: A hydrogenated, ethoxylated glycol ester reduces the harsh taste or burn sensation ordinarily imparted by the eucalyptol and the astringency ordinarily caused by the zinc salt in oral hygiene compositions.

A hydrogenated, ethoxylated glycol ester reduces the harsh taste or burn sensation ordinarily imparted by the eucalyptol and the astringency ordinarily caused by the zinc salt in oral hygiene compositions.