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Patent Review

Published October 10, 2007
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Topical Photoprotective Film Patented By L’Oréal Paris

Patent No. US 7,250,156 B2: A topically applicable, solid UV-photoprotecting composition, comprising at least one fatty phase containing at least one oil and at least one wax, has been assigned to L’Oréal, Paris, France.

Dragoco Patents Method for Combating Germs

Patent No. US 7,247,295 B2: A method for inhibiting the growth of organisms causing body odor on a human or animal has been assigned to Drago Gerberding & Co. AG, Germany.

Henkel Patents Tinting Agent for Keratinic Fibers

Patent No. US 7,247,173 B2: A two-component agent for tinting and/or dyeing keratinic fibers has been assigned to Henkel KGA, Dusseldorf, Germany.

Skin Lightening Agents Patented by Conopco Inc.

Patent No. US 7,250,158 B1: A cosmetic method of skin lightening by applying to the skin a composition comprising about 0.000001 to about 50% of a compound of general formula I, II or mixtures thereof has been assigned to Conopco, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

L’Oréal Paris Patents Lipgloss

Patent No. US 7,250,159 B1: A lipgloss product comprising at least one particulate filler, beeswax, glyceryl dibenzoyl ricinoleate, and at least one coloring material has been assigned to L’Oréal S.A., Paris,  France.

Schott AG Patents Cosmetic Composition

Patent No. US 7,250,174 B2: A method for preserving cosmetic compositions comprising admixing bioactive glass and a substantially anhydrous cosmetic formulation has been patented by Schott AG, Mainz, Germany.

A Pesticidal Composition Assigned to Ecosmart

Patent No. US 7,250,175 B2: A method for controlling household insects, the method comprising: applying to a locust where control of household insects is desired a pesticidally-effective amount of a pesticidal composition has been assigned to Ecosmart Technologies, Inc., Alpharetta, Ga.

Johnson & Johnson Patents Treatment of Ingrown Hairs

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.

Firmenich Patents Isomerisation Process

Patent No. US 7,250,536 B2: A process for the isomerization of a cyclohexenyl alkyl or alkenyl ketone has been patented by Firmenich SA, Geneva, Switzerland.

L’Oréal Patents Cosmetic Composition

Patent No. US 7,255,853 B2: A cosmetic composition containing aromatic amide, sulphonamide or carbamate derivatives for topical use, in particular intended for photoprotecting the skin and/or the hair has been patented by L’Oréal Paris, France.

Gillete Patents Moisturizer

Patent No. US 7,252,830 B2: The Gillette Company, Boston, MA, has been granted the patent for a moisturizing composition comprising: 60% to 90% water, and as a moisturizing active component, a plurality of bilayered microvesicles.

P&G Patents Cosmetic Compositions

Patent No.US 7,255,869 B2: Anhydrous cosmetic compositions containing polyols have been assigned to The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati, OH.

Reckitt Benckiser Patents Hard Surface Cleaner

Patent No. US 7,256,167 B2: Hard surface cleaner comprising suspended particles and oxidizing agent has been assigned to Reckitt Benckiser  Inc., Parsippany, N.J.

Schwarzkopf Patents Hair Coloring Composition

Patent No. US 7,255,718 B1: A patent for phosphate-type tensides combined with hair conditioning agents in hair coloring compositions has been assigned to Hans Schwarzkopf GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg, Germany.

Dow Pharmaceutical Patents Stable Formulation

Patent No. US 7,252,816 B1: A  topical medication with sunscreen has been patented by Dow Pharmaceutical Sciences, Petaluma, CA. It is a photostable, chemically stable, and physically stable formulation for treating acne vulgaris and protecting skin from harmful effects of chronic exposure  to the sun.

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