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Remover for Transfer-Resistant Makeup

September 11, 2008

Patent No. US 7,404,966 B2
Procter & Gamble has patented a method for removing transfer resistant makeup. It entails applying a safe and effective amount of a makeup-removing composition that contains 0.1-30% of a non-spherical crosslinked siloxane elastomer having a particle size of from above 10-200 microns; 10-80% of a solvent suitable for topical application to the skin having a solubility parameter of less than or equal to about 9 (cal./cm3)1/2; from 0-90% water and; and an emulsifier. The composition has a a viscosity greater than 20,000 cps.
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