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Wet wipe lotions comprising particulate material
United States Patent 7977301
Publication Date: July 12, 2011
Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company
The present invention provides a wet wipe made up of a substrate impregnated with a cleaning lotion where the cleaning lotion includes a particulate material. A wet wipe comprising a substrate may impregnated with a cleaning lotion. The cleaning lotion may comprise an emollient, a surface active material, a rheology modifier and water. The cleaning lotion may further comprise a particulate material at a concentration less than about 2.5%. The cleaning lotion may have: a viscosity less than about 100 centipoise at a shear stress of 10 Pa; and a viscosity greater than about 4000 centipoise at a shear stress of 0.05 Pa. The cleaning lotion may further have a yield value at a shear stress greater than 0.05 Pa.
Wet wipes, which can also be referred to as “pre-moistened wipes” and “towelettes”, are suitable for use in cleaning babies, and can also find use in cleaning tasks related to persons of all ages. Such wipes can also include articles used for application and removal of substances to the body, including but not limited to application and removal of makeup, skin conditioners, ointments, sunscreens, insect repellents and medications.
Use of at Least One Extract of Flowers of Camellia Japonica Alba Plena for Moisturizing the Skin
WIPO Patent Application WO/2011/083110
Publication Date: July 14, 2011
Assignee: Chanel Parfume Beaute, Y Maestro and C Lasserre
The present invention relates to a cosmetic composition containing an extract of flowers of Camellia Japonica Alba Plena, as well as the cosmetic use thereof, for moisturizing and/or protecting human skin against drying. It also relates to an extract of flowers of Camellia Japonica Alba Plena, characterized in that it can be obtained by extraction of flowers by means of at least one alcoholic solvent.