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Cosmetic Composition

May 5, 2008

Patent No. US 7,361,364 B2:
Unilever researchers have patented a cosmetic composition substantially free of fatty acids and soaps, and comprising: C12-C22 fatty alcohol (3 to 10%); emulsifier (0.1 to 5%); inorganic agent (2 to 5%); polymer (0.1 to 5%) and water (at least 65%). According to Unilever, the composition provides sensory characteristics of a vanishing cream after topical application.
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