Thank you for visiting FormulaScan . Please click on the WO Patent No to study the full patent document
PCT - WORLD PATENTS IN HAIR DYING OR COLORING FORMULATIONS PUBLISHED IN 2009
COLOR CONSULTATION SYSTEM FOR A HAIR SALON
Publication No: WO2009/152033
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 17.12.2009 - G01J 3/46 - THE PROCTER &GAMBLE COMPANY
A color consultation system for a hair salon is proposed with which an existing color of human hair can be recognized and a hair color treatment can be prepared in order to change the color of the hair, consisting of - a measuring device (1) for detection of the hair color - a unit (2) for receiving the data from the measuring device (1) - a device (3) for input of at least one color parameter - a display unit (4) for display of a measurement parameter or color parameter - a processor (5) for calculation of the components of a desired color for the hair, as well as - a mixing device (7) and an output device (6) for solid components.
Title: HEALTH AND COSMETIC COMPOSITION AND REGIME FOR STIMULATING HAIR GROWTH AND THICKENING ON THE HEAD, INCLUDING THE SCALP, EYELASHES, AND EYEBROWS, AND WHICH DISCOURAGES HAIR LOSS
Publication No: WO2009/151828
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 17.12.2009 - A61K 8/365 - SHAW, Mari, M.
This invention relates to compositions and processes for stimulating the growth of mammalian hair comprising the topical application of compositions comprising a hair growth stimulating and/or hair loss prevention agent, and a hair and/or skin lightening and/or neutralization agent, in association with a topical pharmaceutical carrier. Unlike other products, the composition of the invention can be used with dyed/treated hair so as to not affect the color of the hair.
Title: DEVICE FOR THE RAPID PREPARATION OF HAIR DYES
Publication No: WO2009/144557
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 03.12.2009 - A45D 19/06 - MONDINI, Terenzio
A device for the rapid preparation of dyes for hair colouring treatments, comprising means (10, 5) for the controlled heating of the hair dye placed inside a container (3), wherein said heating means comprise an electric heating element (10), controlled by a temperature signal provided by a sensor (5) suitable for recording the instantaneous temperature reached by said hair dye inside said container (3).
Title: DISPOSABLE SYSTEM FOR STAIN PROTECTION DURING HAIR DYING
Publication No: WO2009/143612
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 03.12.2009 - A45D 44/08 - ANTONACCI, Nick
A disposable kit for home hair dying including a cape, two ear covers, two gloves and a cap. The cape has a generally centrally located elasticized neck band, generally rectangular front and rear protective panels forming two sleeves, free corners of the front and rear panels being tacked together under each of the sleeves to constrain the outer surfaces of a dye stained cape from untoward deformation and movement to protect a user's clothes and furnishings from dye stains. The free corners are preferably tacked by seams extending from bottom edges of the panels upwardly and arcuately outwardly to side edges of the panels. The cape, ear covers, gloves and cap may have textured surfaces with micro pockets to trap excess dye, and may be made ...
Title: PET PACKAGED COSMETIC COMPOSITIONS
Publication No: WO2009/134690
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.11.2009 - C08G 63/183 - LEONE, Erlinda
PET containers used as storage containers for oxidative dye compositions are provided. Such PET containers exhibit certain characteristics making them particularly suitable for storing a wide variety of oxidative dyes for an extended period of time and include PET containers comprised of ENOOl Methods of storing oxidative dyes in such PET containers are also provided.
Title: OXIDATIVE HAIR DYE COMPOSITIONS, METHODS AND PRODUCTS
Publication No: WO2009/134618
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.11.2009 - A61K 8/97 - AVEDA CORPORATION
Oxidative hair dye compositions containing at least one antioxidant botanical extract operable to inhibit the oxidative degradation of one or more oxidative dyes present in the oxidative dye composition, methods for coloring hair, and methods and products that enable multiple use oxidative dye containers.
Title: HAIR CARE COMPOSITIONS
Publication No: WO2009/134555
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.11.2009 - A61K 8/00 - AVON PRODUCTS, INC.
Hair care compositions are disclosed which comprise a silicone polyurethane polymer, an ester, and a fluorosilicone. The compositions are useful for improving color retention of artificially colored hair.
Title: ACTIVE SUNSCREEN COMPOSITION
Publication No: WO2009/132352
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 29.10.2009 - A61Q 17/04 - RHODE ISLAND HOSPITAL
The invention relates to topical compositions comprising a fluorescent dye that absorbs UVA and UVB radiation and converts it into a healing light, in combination with a dermatologically acceptable excipient. The compositions of the invention are useful for repairing photo-damaged skin cells and reducing or preventing future skin damage as a result of exposure to UV light.
Title: ANIONIC DYES AND HAIR DYE COMPOSITIONS CONTAINING THEM
Publication No: WO2009/124872
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 15.10.2009 - A61Q 5/06 - DYSTAR TEXTILFARBEN GMBH &CO. DEUTSCHLAND KG
The present invention refers to dyestuffs of the formula (I) and its tautomeric forms, wherein D is a group of the formula D1, D2, D3, D4 or D5 (D1) (D2) (D3) (D4) (D5) wherein T, X, Y, Z, A1 to A4, G, R1, R5, R7 to R11, m, n, o, p, q, r, s and t are defined as given in claim 1, a proc...
Title: METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR APPLYING BEAUTY TREATMENTS TO AN INDIVIDUAL BY GENERALIZING THEIR FEATURES
Publication No: WO2009/124146
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 08.10.2009 - A45D 20/08 - BELLA NELLA SALON &DAY SPA, INC.
The method (100) relates to fitting the perfect cut, color, style, makeup and dress to an individual (102) using five pillars (104, 106, 108, 1 10, 1 12) based on the outer and inner lines of a person (102). The first pillar ( 104) includes determining information about the individual's (102) head and body proportions. Next, in the second pillar (106), information is determined about the bone structure of the individual's head. The third pillar (108) includes determining information about the individual's fabric of hair. The fourth pillar (1 10) includes determining information about the individual's grade of sensitivity. The fifth pillar (1 12) includes determining information about the individual's (102) face shape. Once the information i...
Title: MANUAL HAIR DYE APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR USING THE SAME
Publication No: WO2009/114330
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 17.09.2009 - B01F 15/04 - THE SARANOW GROUP, LLC
In one embodiment of the present system invention, the operator enters the customer name into the color management system and the computer screen displays the customer's history. If this is a new customer, a history file is created. The operator selects desired color from the color pallet, enters the required amount of finished dye and finally the activator strength is selected. The operator is instructed to place an empty batch container on the scale. The system prompts the operator for the first dye color, and an LED adjacent to the corresponding drawer is illuminated. The operator manually adds the amount indicated on the display panel, while the scale monitors exactly how much has been added and provides feedback to the operator leading...
Title: MANUAL HAIR DYE APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR USING THE SAME
Publication No: WO2009/111421
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 11.09.2009 - B65B 3/26 - THE SARANOW GROUP, LLC
A system for manual storage and mixing of hair dye components to provide an operator the ability to create a hair dye mixture wherein the operator selects desired color from the color pallet, enters the required amount of finished dye, and the activator strength is selected. The operator is instructed to place an empty batch container on the scale. The system prompts the operator for the first dye color and an LED adjacent to the corresponding drawer is illuminated. The operator manually adds the amount indicated on the display panel while the scale monitors the added quantity and provides feedback for an extremely accurate dispense. After returning the bottle or tube to the designated storage bin, the operator presses 'next', and the next ...
Title: HAIR TREATMENT DEVICE
Publication No: WO2009/110931
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 11.09.2009 - A45D 19/00 - JPRODUCTS, INC.
Disclosed herein is device (1) where one embodiment is for use in chemically- treating hair, particularly highlighting or coloring hair. One embodiment of the device may be reusable, recyclable, and transparent. Another embodiment of the device may comprise lightweight panels (2, 2'), at least a portion of which is transparent such that the stylist is able to view the results of the treatment process without opening the device. One embodiment of the device may be quickly and easily applied to and removed from the hair. Another embodiment of the device may be easily produced where all components of the device are integrally manufactured. An embodiment may also be adapted to comprise at least two compartments, such that multiple different che...
Title: HAIR CARE COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR INCREASING HAIR DIAMETER AND DELIVERING ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
Publication No: WO2009/107074
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 03.09.2009 - A61K 8/42 - THE PROCTER &GAMBLE COMPANY
Disclosed in a hair care composition comprising: a hair care composition comprises: A) a hair diameter increasing agent comprising: a xanthine compound; a vitamine B3 compound; and a panthenol compound; B) an additional benefit agent, such additional benefit is selected from the group consisting of hair volume-up, hair conditioning, hair strengthening, scalp sensation, hair color, scent, and mixtures thereof; and C) a carrier. The hair care compositions of the present invention increase hair diameter, and also provide: motivation to consumers to use such compositions for a longer period of time so that consumers can obtain hair diameter increase benefit; and/or at least one additional benefit, while not-compromising the penetration of the h...
Title: METHODS, KITS AND METHOD OF MARKETING FOR INCREASING HAIR DIAMETER AND DELIVERING ADDITIONAL BENEFITS
Publication No: WO2009/107073
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 03.09.2009 - A61K 8/42 - THE PROCTER &GAMBLE COMPANY
Disclosed is a method for increasing hair diameter, comprising the steps of: topically applying a first composition comprising to a region where hair diameter increase is desired; and topically applying a second composition to a region where an additional benefit is desired; wherein the first composition comprises a hair diameter increasing agent comprising a xanthine compound, a vitamin B3 compound, and a panthenol compound; and wherein the second composition comprises an additional benefit agent, such additional benefit being selected from the group consisting of hair volume-up, hair conditioning, hair strengthening, scalp sensation, hair color, scent, and mixtures thereof. The kits and methods of the present invention increase hair diame...
Title: ORANGE PEARLESCENT PIGMENTS
Publication No: WO2009/105345
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 27.08.2009 - C09C 1/00 - SUN CHEMICAL CORPORATION
An orange pearlescent pigment comprising a substrate and a first layer containing FeOOH, and a second layer containing Fe2O3 located between the substrate and the first layer. The color of the pigment is such that a homogeneous coating of the pigment, measured over a white background, has a CIELAB hue angle, hab, from about 40 to about 60 degrees, and the chroma value is greater than 50. The pigment may be used in a cosmetic, coating, or ink composition.
Title: PROCESS FOR PRODUCING IRON OXIDE COATED PEARLESCENT PIGMENTS
Publication No: WO2009/091479
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.07.2009 - C09C 1/00 - SUN CHEMICAL CORPORATION
A pearlescent pigment, wherein the pigment is an inorganic material and the color of a homogeneous coating of the pigment, measured over a black background has a CIELAB hue angle, hab, from about 40 to about 320 degrees, wherein L* is from about 35 to about 80, and the chroma value is less than 5. A substrate is coated with iron oxide by oxidizing an iron salt to form a pigment. The pigment may be made by a process of coating iron oxide on a substrate by oxidizing an iron salt. During the coating of the iron oxide, the pH of the mixture is increased. The coating formed has a Fe(III)/Fe(Il) ratio of greater than 2. The pigments may be used in a variety of applications including coating, ink, plastic, and cosmetic compositions.
Title: POLYMERIC HAIR DYES
Publication No: WO2009/090125
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.07.2009 - C09B 69/10 - BASF SE
Disclosed are olymeric dye of formula (1a), (1b), (1c), A and B, independently from each other represent a polymer backbone; X1 and X2 independently from each other are a linkage group selected from -C1-C30alkylene- or -C2-C12alkenylene-, which is interrupted and/or terminated at one or both ends by one or more than one -S-, -N-, -N=-, -N(R5)-, -S(O)-, -SO2-, -(CH2CH2-O)1-5-, -(CH2CH2...
Title: BLUE POLYMERIC HAIR DYES
Publication No: WO2009/090124
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.07.2009 - C09B 69/10 - BASF SE
Disclosed are cationic polymeric dye with a hue value of h = 210° to 330° comprising: a) a polymer backbone, b) a residue of an organic dye, and c) optionally colorless organic groups, wherein (b) and (c) are covalently bound to the polymer backbone (a), and wherein the cationic charges can independently be part of the dye or the colorless organic groups. The dyes are distinguished by their depth of shade and their good fastness properties to washing, such as, for example, fastness to light, shampooing and rubbing.
Title: POLYMERIC HAIR DYES
Publication No: WO2009/090122
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.07.2009 - None - BASF SE
Disclosed are cationic oligomeric dye, comprising a low molecular weight polyamine comprising the repeating units (1a) wherein at least 90% of the polyamine molecules are selected from tetramines, pentamines and hexamines; and R is the residue of a cationic dye, which is covalently bonded, optionally via a linker, to the nitrogen atoms of the polyamine; or hydrogen; wherein the polyamine repeating units (1 a) and (1 b) comprise at least one carionic dye residue; and n is a number from 3-12. The dyes are distinguished by their depth of shade and their good fastness properties to washing, such as, for example, fastness to light, shampooing and rubbing.
Title: POLYMERIC HAIR DYES
Publication No: WO2009/090121
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.07.2009 - C09B 69/10 - BASF SE
Disclosed are polymeric dyes obtained by the reaction of (a) a basic polycondensate with (b) an electrophilic dye of formula (2) P-X-Ya+ Ana-; wherein the basic polycondensate (a) is obtained by the reaction of (a1) an amine of formula (I) in the presence of an anhydrous solvent with an ammonium salt (a2) with a cyanamide; wherein R1, R2, R3 and R4 independently from each other are hydrogen; or C1-C4alkyl, which may be substituted by amino, hydroxy, cyano ...
Title: METHOD OF PROTECTING DYED HAIR COLOR FROM FADING OR WASH-OUT
Publication No: WO2009/085838
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 09.07.2009 - A61Q 5/10 - ISP INVESTMENTS INC.
A method of protecting dyed hair color from fading or wash-out during exposure to air and/or shampooing is described. In accordance with one aspect the method includes treating dyed hair with a composition containing (i) a hydrophobically modified quaternary polymer, (ii) a hydrophobicaJly modified polymer plus a cationic surfactant, (iii) a polymer containing di?thylaminopropyl methacrylamide (DMAPMA), dimethylaminoethyl methacrylamide (DMAEMA) or diethylaminoethy] methacrylamide (DEAEMA) or (iv) a combination thereof.
Title: HAIR IRON WITH DIMPLED FACE PLATES AND METHOD OF USE IN STYLING HAIR
Publication No: WO2009/085617
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 09.07.2009 - A45D 1/04 - YU, Kent
An iron for styling hair containing opposed plates having confronting surfaces for clamping a section of hair therebetween wherein surface one or both of the plates, is formed with a plurality of depressions, e.g., dimples, distributed over its surface. The depressions are of sizes that decrease from opposite outer edges of the plate toward the centerline of the plate. At least one of the plates is heated to a temperature in the range of 380° to 450°F whereby heat can be applied to the section of hair while clamped between the plates. The plates are preferably formed of zeolite and coated with tourmaline. The hair iron is used to facilitate coloring of hair in which coloring is applied to the hair following which the hair is rinsed and is...
Title: MACHINE FOR MIXING HAIR COLORS
Publication No: WO2009/085540
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 09.07.2009 - B01F 7/16 - LONTOC, Jean
A countertop apparatus dispenses hair coloring, developers and bleach in specified quantities and mixes them, substantially reducing the manual labor involved in performing such tasks. A housing has an upstanding back wall and a bottom wall. A plurality of hair color tube stations is mounted on a forward side of the back wall and a hair color tube squeezing device is positioned at each hair color tube station. The hair color tube squeezing device includes a pair of confronting rollers that engage the trailing end of an inverted hair color tube. A plurality of developer reservoirs and a bleach hopper are also mounted to the apparatus. First and second mixing bowls receive and mix hair coloring and developer at first and second stations, and ...
Title: COMPOSITION, KIT, AND METHOD FOR COLORING THE HAIR UTILIZING SACCHARIDE-SILOXANE COPOLYMERS
Publication No: WO2009/079610
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 25.06.2009 - A61Q 5/12 - L'OREAL
The present invention relates to a method of coloring hair, comprising the steps of applying onto the hair a pre-treatment composition containing at least one saccharide-siloxane copolymer to form pre-treated hair, optionally, at least one emulsifier, optionally, at least one viscosity-modifying agent, and a cosmetically acceptable medium; applying a permanent hair coloring composition onto the pre-treated hair to form colored hair, rinsing the colored hair, optionally, applying a post-treatment composition to the hair, and optionally, rinsing the colored hair.
Title: CHOLESTERIC LIQUID CRYSTAL COLORING COMPOSITIONS AND ARTICLES PRODUCED THEREFROM
Publication No: WO2009/079546
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 25.06.2009 - A61K 8/00 - AVON PRODUCTS, INC.
The invention relates to a composition which comprises an effective amount of cholesteric liquid crystal coloring agent, a directing agent, and a solvent system and to methods of conveying iridescent color to surfaces. The composition of the invention may be topically applied to a surface where it is desirable to provide a smooth application of a highly iridescent, long wearing, film-forming cosmetic product. Non-limiting examples of the topical applications include cosmetics, personal care products, nail polish, body art tattoos and industrial and decorative coatings as well as various forms of paint.
Title: AGENTS, COMPOSITIONS AND DEVICES FOR TEMPORARY COLORING LOCAL HAIR AREAS
Publication No: WO2009/078017
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 25.06.2009 - A45D 19/02 - S.O.S COLOR LTD.
Hair-coloring applicators comprising a shield to protect the scalp, polymers of tannic acid having iron ions bound thereto, hair-coloring compositions comprising same and/or melanoidin, and novel alcohol-free carriers, are disclosed, as well uses thereof for coloring hair.
Title: METHOD OF IMPROVING SKIN APPEARANCE USING TREATED MACROSCOPIC PARTICLES
Publication No: WO2009/075994
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 18.06.2009 - A61K 8/02 - AVON PRODUCTS, INC.
The invention relates to topical compositions comprising inorganic particles coated or embedded on the surface of macroscopic particles, methods of preparing the compositions, and uses thereof. The topical composition may be delivered and applied to a surface, thereby improving the appearance of the surface. This composition can reduce the visibility of textural imperfections, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and scars, as well as color imperfections, such as age spots and blemishes. The treatment of inorganic particles on the surface of macroscopic particles can be achieved by three methods, including mechanofusion, physical adsorption, and pre-emulsification into macroscopic particles. This invention also relates to methods of using the comp...
Title: PIGMENT COMPOSITIONS FOR HAIR COLORING
Publication No: WO2009/073759
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 11.06.2009 - A61K 8/19 - BOSTON COSMETICS, LLC
Compositions and methods relating to the use of pigment compositions are revealed, which can be used to impart color to hair. For instance, treatment formulations that include a pigment-functionalized cationic polymer can be utilized. In some particular instances, a plurality of serially applied treatment formulations is used to improve the characteristics of hair coloring. In addition, other formulations or treatments, such as one or more sealing compositions, or a final coating formulation can also be used to impart other desired characteristics such as treatment durability. Other components of various formulations/compositions are also discussed. Processes for using such compositions/formulations are disclosed. Along with the composition...
Title: SCREENING METHODS
Publication No: WO2009/068436
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 04.06.2009 - G01N 33/50 - UNILEVER PLC
A method of identifying a compound that modulates NCKX-mediated calcium ion exchange across a cell membrane, the method comprising the steps of providing an adherent cell, the cell membrane of which comprises a NCKX polypeptide or a functionally equivalent variant thereof, exposing the cell in suspension to a fluorescent calcium-sensitive dye, thereby causing intracellular uptake of the dye, settling the cell onto a solid support without allowing the cell to adhere to the solid support, exposing the cell to a test compound, exposing the cell to calcium and potassium ions, and measuring fluorescence from the intracellular calcium- sensitive dye after exposure of the cell to the test compound and the calcium and potassium ions, thereby to det...
Title: BOTANICAL POWDERED HAIR DYE COMPOSITION
Publication No: WO2009/064061
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 22.05.2009 - A61K 8/97 - KIM, Sung O
A hair dye composition is disclosed which contains botanical ingredients in a powdered form. The hair dye containing botanical ingredients does not damage the hair structure because it protects the hair against both strong alkali and oxidative agents commonly used in conventional cream-type hair dyes. The hair dye composition can be stored stably. The hair dye composition is comprised of: botanical ingredients that comprises 5~25wt% of cereal powder, 5~25wt% of starch, 1~5wt% of dextrin, 0.1~2wt% of sage powder, 0.01~0.5wt% of chamomile powder, 0.01~0.5wt% of glycyrrhiza extracted powder, and 0.01~0.5wt% of rosemary powder; 0.4~20wt% of dye; 16~30wt% of moisturizer; 5~20wt% of viscous material; and binding material that comprises 5~20wt% of...
Title: METHODS AND KITS FOR MAINTAINING THE CONDITION OF COLORED HAIR
Publication No: WO2009/058701
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 07.05.2009 - A61Q 5/10 - L'OREAL
The present invention provides for kits and methods of treating hair in order to inhibit color fading and/or impart both shine- and condition-enhancing properties to colored hair, comprising a pre-treatment composition, a color-altering composition, a developer composition, a shampoo composition, a conditioner composition, and a post- treatment composition, wherein the post-treatment composition contains at least about 5% by weight of at least one oily component, based on the total weight of the post-treatment composition.
Title: AIR OXIDATION HAIR DYE APPLICATION SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COLORING HAIR USING THE SAME
Publication No: WO2009/058700
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 07.05.2009 - A45D 24/22 - COMBE INTERNATIONAL LTD.
An air oxidation hair dye application system and a method for coloring hair using this system are provided. The system includes a container holding the hair dye and a comb-shaped applicator mounted on the container.
Title: PROSTAGLANDIN ANALOG COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS TO TREAT EPITHELIAL-RELATED CONDITIONS
Publication No: WO2009/058493
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 07.05.2009 - A01N 37/08 - LIPKIN, Pamela
The present invention relates to the formulation and delivery of prostaglandin analogs to treat epithelial-related condition. In some embodiments, the compositions of the invention are used to stimulate hair growth. In some embodiments, the compositions of the invention are used to restore hair color to depigmented hair. The present invention further relates to the formulation and delivery of prostaglandin analogs to reduce intraocular pressure.
Title: COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR USE ON ARTIFICIALLY COLORED HAIR
Publication No: WO2009/052272
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.04.2009 - A61K 8/00 - L'OREAL
The present invention provides a cosmetic composition comprising at least one saccharide-siloxane copolymer, a cosmetically-acceptable medium, and optionally, at least one auxiliary agent chosen from a nonionic agent and a cationic agent, wherein the pH of the composition is up to about 5.8. The present invention also provides for a method of using said composition for enhancing color protection of artificially colored hair while providing color vibrancy, excellent conditioning, natural feel and brilliant shine.
Title: THIN HAIR HOLDER AND ENHANCER AND METHOD THEREFOR
Publication No: WO2009/051586
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 23.04.2009 - A45D 8/38 - DEIRDREJULIA, INC.
A hair fastening and hair volume enhancing device is described which includes a thin flat strip, of bendable, lightweight flexible material having bristles on top and bottom sides thereof. A wire is positioned between sheaths of material forming the thin flat strip. The flat strip has a surface finish of a color and shine similar to a wearer's hair color and shine so that the device is imperceptible when worn by the wearer. A hair fastening and hair volume enhancing method using the device involves placing the hair device in hair, moving and/or bending the hair device in any direction, and attaching the hair to the device by means of the bristles on the surfaces of the hair device such that the hair device holds hair in place while also pro...
Title: BODY-CARE AND HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS AND COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SPECIFIC SULFUR-CONTAINING COMPOUNDS
Publication No: WO2009/047150
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 16.04.2009 - A61K 8/34 - BASF SE
Disclosed are stabilized body care products, household products, textiles and fabrics which comprise specific sulfur containing compounds. Dyed products and articles are effectively stabilized against color degradation. The products are for example skin-care products, hair-care products, dentifrices, cosmetics, laundry detergents and fabric softeners, non-detergent based fabric care products, household cleaners and textile-care products.
Title: WATER-STABILIZED ANTIMICROBIAL ORGANOSILANE COMPOSITIONS, AND METHODS FOR USING THE SAME
Publication No: WO2009/030641
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 12.03.2009 - A01N 55/10 - VITEC SPECIALITY CHEMICALS LIMITED
The present invention relates to water -stable compositions formed by mixing an organosilane, optionally having a non-hydrolyzable organic group, but having one or more hydrolyzable groups, and an acidified stabilizing solution prepared from at least one acid, and at least one cationic surfactant, preferably at least one quaternary ammonium salt (QAS), in water. The present invention also relates to methods of treating a substrate by mixing or contacting the substrate with the composition of this invention for a period of time sufficient for treatment of the substrate, method s of antimicrobially treating a food article, methods of antimicrobially coating a fluid container, methods of dyeing and treating a substrate, and methods of antimicr...
Title: METHOD FOR PREVENTING COLOR LOSS IN OXIDATIVELY DYED HAIR
Publication No: WO2009/024938
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 26.02.2009 - A61Q 5/00 - THE PROCTER &GAMBLE COMPANY
A method for preventing color loss from oxidatively dyed hair comprising the steps of: a) contacting said hair with a shampoo composition, said shampoo comprising: from about 5% to about 50% of an anionic surfactant; from about 0.025% to about 5% by weight of a synthetic cationic polymer having a cationic charge density of at least about 3 meq/gm, wherein said synthetic cationic polymer form lyotropic liquid crystals upon combination with said anionic surfactant; and water; and b) rinsing said composition from said hair. An article of manufacture comprises the shampoo composition and is promoted to consumers.
Title: COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING DYE-LOADED PARTICLES
Publication No: WO2009/022306
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 19.02.2009 - A61Q 1/02 - PROCTER &GAMBLE INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS SA
According to the invention, a cosmetic composition is provided comprising: (a) amorphous particles, each amorphous particle comprising a homogeneous distribution of one or more dyes encapsulated by an amorphous, siliceous encapsulating agent, wherein the amorphous particle comprises from 3% to 20%, preferably 5% to 15%, more preferably 8% to 12% dye, by weight of the particle; (b) a cosmetically acceptable carrier.
Title: PHOSPHOROUS-CONTAINING SURFACTANTS AS POLYMERIC CATIONIC COMPOUND DEPOSITION AIDS
Publication No: WO2009/017757
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.02.2009 - A61K 8/55 - CRODA, INC.
Personal care products exhibiting superior conditioning and/or color fastness can be obtained by use of mixtures of certain phosphate esters and polyquats.
Title: CONDITIONING COMPOSITION COMPRISING DUAL CATIONIC SURFACTANT SYSTEM, AMINOSILICONE AND SILICONE RESIN
Publication No: WO2009/016555
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.02.2009 - A61K 8/41 - THE PROCTER &GAMBLE COMPANY
Disclosed is a conditioning composition comprising: (a) from about 0.1% to about 10% of a surfactant system comprising: di- and mono-alkyl quaternized ammonium salt cationic surfactants; (b) from about 1% to about 15% of a high melting point fatty compound; (c) from about 0.1 % to about 20% of an aminosilicone; (d) from about 0.0001% to about 10% of a silicone resin; and (e) an aqueous carrier. The composition of the present invention can provide improved wet and dry conditioning benefits while providing chronic/long lasting color protection benefits.
Title: COMPOSITION FOR OXIDATION DYEING KERATIN FIBRES COMPRISING A CATIONIC CELLULOSE ETHER, A WEAKLY OXYETHYLENATED SORBITAN FATTY ACID ESTER AND OXIDATION DYES
Publication No: WO2009/016061
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 05.02.2009 - A61K 8/49 - L'OREAL
The present invention relates to a dye composition comprising, in a medium suitable for dyeing: A) one or more particular cationic cellulose ether(s), B) one or more weakly oxyethylenated sorbitan fatty acid ester(s), and C) one or more oxidation dye(s). The present invention also relates to a process for dyeing keratin fibres using such a composition, and also to the use of this composition for dyeing keratin fibres.
Title: SUBSTANTIVE PHOTOSTABLE DYES AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF
Publication No: WO2009/013779
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 29.01.2009 - C09B 67/22 - UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI SIENA
A substantive and photostable dye suitable for cosmetic applications is provided by encapsulating a dye in substantive microspheres, binding to keratin. The microspheres protect the dye against detrimental effect of light and UV radiation, and ensures binding of the dye to the hair or other keratinaceous substance.
Title: METHODS AND KITS FOR PERMANENTLY COLORING HAIR
Publication No: WO2009/010883
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 22.01.2009 - None - L'OREAL
Disclosed are methods and kits for coloring the hair involving a color base composition comprising at least one primary dye intermediate, and a developer composition comprising an oxidizing agent chosen from persulfates, perborates, percarbonates, and mixtures thereof. Preferably, the color base composition and developer composition are substantially free of an oxidation catalyst.
Title: A FADE-RESISTANT COLORING COMPOSITION CONTAINING AN ACID DYE AND A CATIONIC CONDITIONING AGENT FOR A KERATIN- CONTAINING SUBSTRATE
Publication No: WO2009/009653
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 15.01.2009 - A61Q 5/06 - JOHNSON &JOHNSON CONSUMER COMPANIES, INC.
The invention relates to a coloring composition for depositing colors to a keratin-containing substrate, said composition comprising: (a) one or more acid dyes; and (b) one or more cationic quaternary ammonium compounds, said quaternary ammonium compound being present in an amount which provides conditioning benefits but which is insufficient to interfere with deposition of said dye on said substrate.
Title: PORTABLE WEARABLE COLD LASER HAIR GROWTH STIMULATOR AND SKIN AND HEARING TREATMENT SYSTEM
Publication No: WO2009/008967
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 15.01.2009 - A61N 5/067 - KEPECS, Lawrence, Eliezer
A portable, wearable, therapeutic hair, scalp, skin, and hearing treatment system for: reducing hair loss in humans; treating dandruff, loss of hair color, increasing hair tensile strength, stimulating new hair growth, and hearing restoration by supplying laser light from a Light Emitting Diode (LED) to the affected area by means of a hat, or in conjunction with a topical Minoxidil - Finasteride mixture and Ketoconazole shampoo. The device also aids in the therapeutic healing of many different skin disorders, and chronic conditions. The lasers are adjustable, focusing on the affected areas requiring treatment. The device slips into a mirrored base containing a flat clear glass and reflective surface for ease in treating other skin disorders...
Title: ORGANIC NANO-PARTICLES AND PROCESS FOR THEIR PREPARATION
Publication No: WO2009/007446
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 15.01.2009 - C08F 283/01 - DSM IP Assets B.V.
There is disclosed a process for preparing organic nano-particles comprising the steps of: (a) preparing a solution comprising an unsaturated polyester and/or a vinyl ester resin and a hydrophobic monomer; (b) dispersing the solution obtained in step (a) in an aqueous phase to form a stable emulsion where the aqueous phase is the continuous phase; and (c) using an initiator to cure the emulsion obtained in step (b) in the presence of a water soluble inhibitor to form a dispersion of nano-particles. The invention further provides organic nano-particles obtainable by the process according to the invention; various uses of said nano-particles; such as in paper, dye, toner and personal care compositions and topical medicaments comprising said n...
Title: HAIR DYE COMPOSITION
Publication No: WO2009/005139
Pub. Date - Int. Class - Applicant: - 08.01.2009 - A61K 8/49 - KAO CORPORATION
A hair dye composition containing an azo dye represented by any one of the formulas (1) to (5): [wherein R1, R2a, and R2b each represents a hydrogen atom or a substituent, A and A' each represents an aromatic heterocyclic residue (having a free valence at carbon atom thereof) and these groups have, in the structure thereof, none of a carboxy group, a sulfo group, and a quaternary ammonium group]; [R represents a coupler component, X1 to X4 represent atoms coupled together with the carbon atom sandwiched between X1 and X4 to form a 5-membered....