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Johnson & Johnson Patents Treatment of Ingrown Hairs

September 11, 2007

Patent No. US 7,252,831 B2: Has been assigned to J&J Consumer Companies, Inc., Skillman, N.J. It is a method of treating the development of ingrown hairs or razor bumps due to hair removal, comprising the topical application of a composition to a skin area that has been subjected to hair removal techniques, with cedarwood extract, salicylic acid and portulaca extract.
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