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L’Oréal Patents

February 14, 2006


L’Oréal Patents
Free-Radical Scavenger
l Patent No. US 6,974,583 B2: L’Oréal Paris patented pantethinesulphonic acid and/or a salt as a free-radical scavenger. This method of reducing the effect of free radicals on skin, comprises applying pantethinesulphonic acid, a salt thereof, or a mixture of pantethinesulfonic acid and at least one salt thereof, in an amount effective as a free-radical scavenger to skin in need.
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