Patent Picks—Nanoparticle Diagnostics/Toxicology; Antioxidants for Skin Benefits/Product Stability; and More

Jul 22, 2014 | Contact Author | By: Rachel Grabenhofer
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Title: Patent Picks—Nanoparticle Diagnostics/Toxicology; Antioxidants for Skin Benefits/Product Stability; and More
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Patent Picks are compiled by the editors from publicly available sources. This edition features the latest inventions related to skin health, safety, treatment and care.

Nanoparticle dispersion and diagnostic kit for the detection of skin health conditions
WIPO Patent Application WO/2014/108758
Publication date: July 17, 2014
Assignee: ITC Ltd.

Described by this patent is a nanoparticle (1 nm to 100 nm) dispersion for diagnosing skin health conditions that comprises at least three components selected from: glucose, chloroauric acid, potassium hydroxide, sodium borohydride and water. The dispersion is provided in a test kit to diagnose skin conditions ranging from normal to dry, or dandruff. The test method involves collecting a skin sample and treating it with the nanoparticle dispersion, then measuring the color of the test samples to diagnose the skin condition.

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