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October 7, 2008

Patent No. US. 7,417,015 B2
Colgate-Palmolive has patented a soap bar comprising at least two different portions that have a difference in solubility of at least about 1%, forming a ridged structure. The first portion is comprised of sodium soap that is about 80% tallow and 20% coco, glycerin, fragrance, stearic/coco fatty acid, sodium chloride, titanium dioxide, pentasodium pentatate, tetradibuty penterythrityl hydroxyhydrocinnamate, colorant and water. The second portion is comprised of sodium soap that is about 80% tallow and 20% coco, glycerin, fragrance, stearic/coco fatty acid, sodium chloride, sorbitol, pentasodium pentatate, tetradibuty penterythrityl hydroxyhydrocinnamate, colorant and water.
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