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Patent Picks—Oxygenation, Self-heating, Anti-stress and More in Cleansing
By: Rachel L. Grabenhofer
Posted: August 20, 2012
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Liquid, gel, fabric and sonic treatments to enhance oxygenation, reduce bacteria and improve wound healing
US Patent Application 20120207700
Publication date: Aug. 16, 2012
Inventors: N Koller, G Rodeheaver and R Cassino
This patent relates generally to the use of formulations comprising a surface active polymer to enhance oxygenation in skin and other soft tissue, to reduce bacterial count, and to improve wound healing. Also disclosed are formulations. In some embodiments, the compositions are liquids or gels while in others, fabric materials and sonic treatment are described.
Soy, wheat-derived polyamine-containing extracts for stress-reducing cosmetics
European Patent Application EP2486920
Publication date: Aug. 15, 2012
Assignee: Toyo Boseki Kabushiki Kaisha
The present invention aims to prevent or suppress stress at a cellular level by a composition containing a plant-derived polyamine-containing extract having stress-reducing, anti-stress, stress-suppressing, stress-preventing, stress-inhibiting and stress protective actions, or the like. Said composition may provide cosmetics, quasi drugs, medical supplies, sanitary goods, pharmaceuticals, foods or drinks such benefits. Specific cosmetics and quasi drugs include skin and facial cleansing agents, shampoo, makeup odor-suppressing agents/deodorants; sanitary goods and many others. The extract is derived from at least one material selected from: soybean seed, germ, embryo or bud; wheat seed, germ, embryo or bud; soy milk and soybean curd refuse.
Cosmetic use of polysaccharide compounds containing non-polymer siloxane graft(s)
US Patent 8242097
Publication date: Aug. 14, 2012
Assignee: L'Oreal SA