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IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000239570D
Publication Date: 2014-Nov-17

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Abstract

This document reveals compositions for personal care and/or cosmetic use comprising polymers acting as a thickener and/or solubilizing agent and/or emulsifying agent and/or dispersing agent and/or stabilizing agent and/or acting as a film forming agent and/or acting as an agent to adjust and/or modify rheology and/or viscosity of said compositions and/or provide especially other beneficial properties to said compositions like pleasant sensory during and/or after application and/or during and/or after use, e.g. smooth pleasant cream. This is shown in special sensory assessments. These polymers can improve spreadability, wetting, affinity to biological substrates like hair, skin, nails, eye lashes/and/or lips, improve stability during storage, improve stability against biological contamination.

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Compositions with added benefits for consumers

This document reveals compositions for personal care and/or cosmetic use comprising polymers acting as a thickener and/or solubilizing agent and/or emulsifying agent and/or dispersing agent and/or stabilizing agent and/or acting as a film forming agent and/or acting as an agent to adjust and/or modify rheology and/or viscosity of said compositions and/or provide especially other beneficial properties to said compositions like pleasant sensory during and/or after application and/or during and/or after use, e.g. smooth pleasant cream. This is shown in special sensory assessments. These polymers can improve spreadability, wetting, affinity to biological substrates like hair, skin, nails, eye lashes/and/or lips, improve stability during storage, improve stability against biological contamination.

In the attached formulations in this paper the pH-value of the resulting formulations have to be adjusted to pH 6.0 +/- 1.0 using suitable alkaline agents such as Aminomethylpropanol or Sodiumhydroxide or Potassiumhydroxide or Triethanolamine or Tris (hydroxymethyl) aminomethane.

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1 "International Nomenclature Cosmetic Ingredient (INCI) Names are the unique identifiers for cosmetic ingredients that are assigned by an International Nomenclature Committee in accordance with rules published in the most recent version of the International Cosmetic Ingredient Dictionary and Handbook, published by the Cosmetic, Toiletry, and Fragrance Association, Washington, DC, USA. These identifiers are recognized for ingredient labeling of personal care products in the United States, the European Union, and many other countries. Representatives of the European Commission, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Canadian Ministry of Health, and Japan participate in the International Nomenclature Committee. Only names officially assigned by the Committee can be called INCI Names.

Each manufacturer of a cosmetic ingredient must independently apply for an INCI Name. This ensures that the International Nomenclature Committee has reviewed the...