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Protease Inhibitor Patented

November 14, 2005

Patent No. US 6,500,443 B1: Kimberly-Clark, Neenah, WI, patented a skin treatment on a sheet containing a surfactant (selected from ethoxylated hydrogenated fatty oils, monosaccharides, monosaccharide derivatives, polysaccharides and/or polysaccharide derivatives) and a sacrificial substrate comprised of protein and protein hydrolysate. Both are combined in an aqueous emulsion.
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