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Faber Castell Patents Cosmetic For Eyelids, Brows

April 4, 2013

US Patent 8,388,988 B2; Faber-Castell AG, Stein, Germany, has been awarded a US patent covering an aqueous cosmetic preparation for coloring eyelids and eyebrows. It consists of an aqueous plastic dispersion based on an acrylate polymer; alcohol, wherein the alcohol is ethanol, propanol, or a mixture of ethanol and propanol; a moisture-retention agent, wherein the moisture-retention agent is selected from the group consisting of a single moisture-retention agent and a plurality of moisture-retention agents; a polyoxyethylene glycerin fatty acid ester; colorant; water; and additives selected from the group consisting of skin care agents and preservatives.

The preparation has a Brookfield viscosity at 25°C of less than 50 mPa-sec.
 
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