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By: Rachel L. Grabenhofer
Posted: December 11, 2012
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The present invention is a water-in-oil (w/o) emulsion having high water content and relatively high amounts of skin moisturizing agents and a cosmetic or dermatological stick including said emulsion. The emulsion is solid at room temperature and comprises a fatty phase with at least one oil component and at least one wax component amd an aqueous phase with a skin-moisturizing agent.
Photostabilization of coenzyme Q compounds with alkoxycrylene compounds
US Patent 8329148
Publication date: Dec. 11, 2012
Assignee: Hallstar Innovations Corp.
Described by this invention is a composition and method to reduce the photodegradation of a coenzyme Q10 compound, upon its exposure to UV radiation, using alkoxycrylene compounds. An amount of alkoxycrylene compound is used effective to quench singlet excited state energy from the coenzyme Q10 compound and transfer the singlet excited state energy from the coenzyme Q10 compound, thereby photostabilizing it.
Cosmetic or dermopharmaceutical topical use of a mixture of a GHK tripeptide and GQPR tetrapeptide
WIPO Patent Application WO/2012/164488
Publication date: Dec. 6, 2012
Assignee(s): Sederma, A. Fournial and P. Mondon
The present patent describes a mixture of A-GHK-B tripeptide and A-GQPR-B tetrapeptide (SEQ ID NO: 1), or their derivatives or analogs, for the therapeutical treatment of the papillary dermis to prevent damage to and/or repair the papillary dermis, and prevent and/or treat skin aging, in particular photo-induced aging.
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