Patents: Antiperspirants: Highly active antiperspirant with improved skin tolerability

Source: CBNB

2019/02/11

Source: SPC, Soap, Perfumery and Cosmetics (Nov 2018 , Vol 91 , Iss No 11 , p 58 and Website: http://www.cosmeticsbusiness.com/ )Henkel has been granted US patent 9,981,149 on 29 May 2018 the
aims to supply water-based antiperspirant compositions that have a high
antiperspirant efficacy with the highest possible skin tolerability. The
patent covers antiperspirant compositions that can be applied using a roller
applicator and contains aluminiumzirconium- glycine complex, water, an
oleogel and L-valine. The oleogel, which is composed of a silicone
elastomer, hydrocarbon oil, polymethylsilsesquioxane and copolymer, greatly
enhances the drying of an aqueous composition. A suitable non-ionic
emulsifier system for the antiperspirant is steareth-2 with PPG-15 stearyl
ether and steareth-21. The aluminiumzirconium- glycine complex is preferably
present at nearly 12-14% and the L-valine is nearly 0.1-0.2%. It contains up
to 3% ethanol and up to 10% cosmetic oils. Original Source: SPC, Soap,
Perfumery and Cosmetics, http://www.cosmeticsbusiness.com/, Copyright HPCi
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