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  • Chanel Patents Cosmetic With Anhydrous Gel

    US Patent No. 8,535,649 B2; Chanel Parfums Beaute, Neuilly sur Seine, France, has patented cosmetic composition comprising, in a physiologically acceptable medium, at least one anhydrous gel having a viscosity of at least 180,000 cP·s at 25&de…
    11.04.13

  • ‘Juicy’ Hair Removal Gel

    US 8,142,766 B1; Yasmin Azra Bhatti of Allentown, PA has patented a composition for the removal of hair from human skin. The composition consists of sugar, lemon juice, water and orange juice. Ingredients are intermixed and heated to a temperature at…
    02.04.13


  • Church & Dwight Launches Arm & Hammer Power Gel

    Laundry gel combines baking soda and OxiClean stain fighters.
    03.19.10


  • Beiersdorf Patents Antiperspirant Gel

    Patent No. US 7,282,197 B2: The patent for a cosmetic or dermatological composition for preventing excessive odor and sweat secretion by skin, comprising an optically translucent to transparent, substantially alcohol-free oil-in-water method has bee…
    11.02.07

  • Dental Bleaching Gel Patented by AdDent

    Patent No. U.S. 6,908,607 B2: AdDent Inc., Danbury, CT, patented a composition for bleaching and whitening teeth comprising a peroxide bleaching agent, a gel-forming thickening agent, at least one water-soluble dye and at least one bleaching agent st…
    12.09.05

  • Functional Ingredients | Hair Care | Polymers | Surfactants
    Hair Care: A Growing Market

    Hair Care: A Growing Market

    Hair care marketers get to the root of their customers' needs.
    11.22.05

  • Gels, Rollers, Gloss Vials New from Qosmedix

    Qosmedix, Edgewood, NY, offers the new No. 505300 gel eye mask and No. 505310 gel eye patches. The eye mask has elastic nylon to hold it in place. Both gels consist of vinyl, nylon, propylene glycol, water and pigment and can retain heat or cold for…
    11.11.05

  • Hydroscopic Polymer Gels Patented by Clorox

    U.S. Patent No. 7,470,290 B2: The Clorox Company has patented a method of forming a hydroscopic polymer gel on a surface for easier cleaning. The method entails applying a water soluble or water dispersible polymer to the surface to form a layer of t…
    11.30.-1