PCT - World Patents in Antiperspirant and Deodorant Formulation
Published in 2008

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PCT - WORLD ANTIPERSPIRANT AND DEODORANT PUBLICATIONS AND PATENTS IN 2008




STABILIZERS FOR HYDROPHOBIC COMPONENTS IN PERSONAL CARE COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008157744) 24.12.2008 A61K 8/14 DOW GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES INC.
The present invention provides personal care compositions, as well as methods for stabilizing a degradable or reactive hydrophobic, cosmetically acceptable, component in an aqueous composition.


EMULSIFIED ANTIPERSPIRANT COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR MAKING SAME

(WO2008157598) 24.12.2008 A61K 8/26 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
Antiperspirant compositions that include a continuous phase employing a water-immiscible liquid and a structurant, and a disperse phase employing a solution of antiperspirant active in water.


FLUORINATED PHOSPHATE ESTER SURFACTANT AND FLUORINATED ALCOHOL COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008156625) 24.12.2008 C11D 3/37 MASON CHEMICAL COMPANY
Foaming compositions having high solvent content and compositions for foaming high solvent content formulations are disclosed having a fluorinated phosphate ester surfactant ('FPES') In combination with a fluo?nated alcohol ('FA') The ratio of FA to FPES is at least 5% FA to not more than 95% FPES based on the total FA +FPES weight The compositions are especially useful for foaming high organic solvent content (>20% by weight solvent) with the solvent being selected from lower aliphatic alcohol, C5-6 cyclic saturated or unsaturated alcohols, lower alkyl-C(0)-lower alkyl, lower alkyl-O-C(O)-lower alkyl, lower alkylene glycols, and lower alkylene glycol- mono lower alkyl ethers.


A SHAVING KIT AND A METHOD OF SHAVING COMPRISING A PERSONAL CARE COMPOSITION AND AN IN SHOWER BODY LOTION

(WO2008155736) 24.12.2008 A61Q 9/02 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
The present invention relates to a shaving kit that comprises a first personal care article, a second personal care article and a shaving razor. The first personal care article comprises a personal care composition contained within a package. The personal care composition comprises a surfactant, water and at least 15% of a hydrophobic moisturizing material. The second personal care article comprises an in-shower body lotion composition contained in a package; and a set of instructions in association with the package. The set of instructions comprising instructions to dispense the in-shower body lotion composition from the package, contact the skin surface with the in-shower body lotion composition during showering or bathing, rinse the skin...


MALODOR COUNTERACTING COMPOSITIONS AND METHOD FOR THEIR USE

(WO2008155683) 24.12.2008 A61K 8/02 FIRMENICH SA
The present invention relates to malodor counteracting (MOC) compositions consisting of specific malodor counteracting (MOC) mixtures of fragrance ingredients. More particularly, the new MOC ingredients of the invention are capable of neutralizing in an efficient manner, through chemical reactions, malodors of a large variety of origins and which can be encountered in the air, on textiles, bathroom or kitchen surfaces, etc. The novel MOC compositions of the invention contain at least one aliphatic aldehyde, at least one aliphatic ketone and at least one primary alcohol. The invention also relates to methods of use of the MOC compositions to counteract malodor and to finished consumer articles or products containing them, such as air freshen...


ANTIPERSPIRANT GEL COMPOSITION

(WO2008149303) 11.12.2008 A61K 8/06 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
An antiperspirant composition including a continuous oil phase, a disperse aqueous phase, and a residue-masking agent. The continuous oil phase comprises a water-immiscible liquid and a tack-reducing agent. And the disperse aqueous phase comprises one or more polar solvents and an antiperspirant active.


ANTIPERSPIRANT / DEODORANT COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008144079) 27.11.2008 A61Q 15/00 COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY
A composition comprising at least one active chosen from at least one antiperspirant active and at least one deodorant active; a first gellant chosen from at least one fatty alcohol and at least one hydrocarbon of the formula CnH2n+2, wherein n is about 20 to about 100, and the hydrocarbon is at least 90% linear; at least one soybean oil having an iodine value of greater than 0 to about 20; and at least one silicone.


ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS

(WO2008118910) 02.10.2008 A61L 9/01 JOSHI, Vijay, K.
An aqueous based antiperspirant/deodorant composition comprising (a) an antiperspirant active ingredient; (b) at least one water absorbing polymer pretreated with a non-aqueous polar solvent; and (c) water, wherein the pretreated water absorbing polymer inhibits the water absorbing properties of the polymer in the aqueous based composition prior to application to the skin.


DEODORANT COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008114189) 25.09.2008 A61Q 15/00 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
Deodorant compositions comprising an emulsion including a continuous polar solvent phase and a discontinuous oil phase are provided. The oil phase contains a water insoluble oil ingredient and a fragrance composition, each of which are chosen such that at least some of the fragrance components preferentially associate with the oil ingredient within the emulsion to provide an improved scent expression profile.


METHOD AND PROCESS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF MULTI-COATED RECOGNITIVE AND RELEASING SYSTEMS

(WO2008112826) 18.09.2008 A61K 9/00 BOARD OF REGENTS, THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SYSTEM
The present invention includes compositions, methods, systems and kits for the controlled delivery of an active agent within a polymeric network upon the binding of a molecule that decreases the structural integrity of the polymeric network at one or more micro- or nano vacuoles.


CATIONIC PROTEIN AND SILICONE POLYMERS

(WO2008112200) 18.09.2008 C11D 3/37 CARSON PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, INC.
The present invention is exemplified by polymers which are made from polydimethylsiloxanes that contain reactive epoxy functional groups which are first reacted with a secondary amine to produce a tertiary amine. This reaction product is acidified (preferably using mineral acids, methanesulfonic acid or small organic acids such as acetic, lactic or glycolic) and this salt is then reacted with epichlorohydrin to produce a silicone polymer that now contains both quaternary ammonium groups and chlorohydrols. The chlorohydrol groups are next treated with base (preferably aqueous NaOH or KOH) to convert them to epoxides. These epoxy groups (actually glycidyl groups) are then reacted with a protein to make a final product which consists of a poly...


COSMETIC USE OF ORGANIC RESINATES

(WO2008110628) 18.09.2008 A61K 8/72 CHANEL PARFUMS BEAUTE
The present invention relates to a cosmetic method for releasing an active principle in a controlled fashion to uninjured skin, as a function of the ion content in or on skin, by exchange with said ions, in order to provide at least one cosmetic benefit to the skin, said method comprising applying onto skin a composition containing, in a cosmetically acceptable medium, at least one resinate including one organic ion-exchange resin and at least one ionizable cosmetic active principle bonded in noncovalent fashion to said resin.


COMPOSITIONS AND/OR ARTICLES COMPRISING CYCLODEXTRIN COMPLEXING MATERIAL

(WO2008104954) 04.09.2008 A61F 13/15 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
Personal care products are provided. An exemplary personal care product includes a composition that is applied to the body or clothing, or an article applied against the body; a plurality of particles associated with the composition or a component of the article, the plurality of particles, at least some of the plurality of particles comprising a cyclodextrin complexing material and a first fragrance material, wherein the percent of the first fragrance material that is complexed with the cyclodextrin is greater than about 90%, so that the perceptibility of the first fragrance is minimized prior to its release; and a second fragrance material that is not complexed with the cyclodextrin and that is different from the first fragrance material,...


PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT HAVING A SOLID PERSONAL CARE COMPOSITION WITHIN A STRUCTURE MAINTAINING DISPENSER

(WO2008104943) 04.09.2008 A61Q 19/00 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
A personal care product is disclosed comprising a personal care composition and a dispensing container having the personal care composition disposed therein. The personal care composition may have a pre-dispense G' of at least about 5,000 Pa. The personal care product provides a G' preservation percentage of no less than 10%. The dispensing container may comprise a container body having a storage void containing the personal care composition, a movable partition at least partially disposed within the storage void, a drive mechanism connected to and able to advance the movable partition, and a dispensing plate joined to the container body. The dispensing plate has an orifice through which the personal care composition is dispensed. The orifi...


ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT COMPOSITION

(WO2008097716) 14.08.2008 A61Q 15/00 COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY
A composition comprising at least one plant derived oil having a melting point of about -15 to about 38 °C in an amount of about 5 % or less by weight; and at least one active chosen from antiperspirant actives and deodorant actives in an amount of about 0.5 to about 16 % by weight of the composition on an active weight basis. The composition can be used as an antiperspirant and/ or deodorant when applied to an axillary area of a person.


CONTROLLED RELEASE OF ACTIVE ALDEHYDES AND KETONES FROM EQUILIBRATED DYNAMIC MIXTURES

(WO2008093272) 07.08.2008 C07D 233/02 FIRMENICH SA
The present invention concerns a dynamic mixture obtained by combining, in the presence of water, at least one diamine derivative, comprising at least one benzylamine moiety, with at least one active aldehyde or ketone. The invention's mixture is capable of releasing in a controlled and prolonged manner said active compound, in particular perfuming ingredients, in the surrounding environment.


METHOD OF APPLYING A COMPOSITION

(WO2008088323) 24.07.2008 C09D 183/04 MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS INC.
There is provided herein, in one specific embodiment, a method of applying a trisiloxane-contaim'ng composition to the surface of a substrate comprising: applying to a surface of a substrate a composition comprising a trisiloxane of the general formula (1): MDM wherein M = RARBRCSi01/2, D = RDRFSiO1/2 in which RD and RF each independently is a monovalent, divalent or trivalent hydrocarbon radical possessing from 2 to 8 carbon atoms or a monovalent, divalent or trivalent hydrocarbon radical possessing from one to sixty carbon atoms other than from 2 to 8 carbon atoms, provided that at least one of RD and RF is a monovalent, divalent or trivalent hydrocarbon radical possessing from 2 to 8 carbon atoms, and RA, RB, RC each independently is a m...


SPREADING IMPLEMENT

(WO2008083423) 17.07.2008 A61M 35/00 ACRUX DDS PTY LTD
This invention relates to an implement (1) for applying a volume of liquid to a treatment surface. The implement includes a support means (3) onto which is mounted a receptacle (2), the receptacle defining a reservoir space (4) which receives the liquid. The receptacle includes a wall (6) having a working surface that is used to spread the liquid over the treatment surface. The wall (6) is resiliently deformable so in use the working surface maintains contact with the treatment surface when spreading the liquid. The implement has a specific application in applying a transdermal lotion to the axilla area of the user. The invention also relates to a system for transdermal administration of a physiological active agent from a liquid compositio...


TREATED SUBSTRATES HAVING IMPROVED DELIVERY OF IMPREGNATED INGREDIENTS

(WO2008079806) 03.07.2008 C08J 9/42 AMCOL HEALTH & BEAUTY SOLUTIONS
An article of manufacture containing polymeric microparticles, optionally loaded with an active agent, impregnated into a porous substrate is disclosed.


ANTIPERSPIRANT STICK COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008074586) 26.06.2008 A61K 8/06 UNILEVER PLC
Antiperspirant stick compositions in the form of a water-in-oil emulsion comprising a dispersed aqueous solution of an astringent antiperspirant salt and a continuous oil phase solidified by a hydrocarbon wax comprising an intermediate molecular weight polyethylene wax, optionally together with a further hydrocarbon wax, exhibit desirable aesthetic properties, including low drag / good glide and low visible deposits at a preferred stick hardness.


BETAINE WITH CALCIUM AND/OR STRONTIUM ANTIPERSPIRANTS

(WO2008063188) 29.05.2008 A61K 8/44 REHEIS, INC.
Aluminum and aluminum-zirconium antiperspirant compositions comprising basic aluminum chlorides that have a particular molecular size distribution defined by having an SEC-HPLC Band III/II ratio of at least 0.5, having SEC-HPLC Band III plus Band II area of at least 70% of the total area and having SEC-HPLC Band I content no more than 5% and containing betaine (trimethylglycine), calcium and/or strontium are disclosed. Also disclosed are the methods of making these compositions and the use thereof in consumer acceptable antiperspirant vehicles such as aerosols, gels, roll-on, sticks and soft solids.


COMPOSITIONS HAVING A PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

(WO2008060778) 22.05.2008 None AMCOL INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
Compositions containing a delivery system including polymeric microparticles capable of undergoing a visual change, such as a color change, after application to a substrate are disclosed. The delivery system informs a consumer that the composition has been properly applied and/or has performed its intended function.


POLYMER CONJUGATES FOR A CONTROLLED RELEASE OF ACTIVE MOLECULES

(WO2008044178) 17.04.2008 C08F 8/28 FIRMENICH SA
The present invention relates to the field of perfumery. More particularly, it concerns co-polymers, derived from a maleic anhydride derivative and a ethylenic derivative, comprising at least one β-oxy or β-thio carbonyl moiety capable of liberating an active molecule such as, for example, an α,β-unsaturated ketone, aldehyde or carboxylic ester. The present invention concerns also the use of polymers or co-polymers in perfumery as well as the perfuming compositions or perfumed articles comprising the invention's compounds.


PHOTOPROTECTIVE COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING SYNERGISTIC COMBINATION OF SUNSCREEN ACTIVE COMPOUNDS

(WO2008042326) 10.04.2008 A61K 8/37 SCHERING-PLOUGH HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS, INC.
Compositions for topical application to skin and/or hair, comprising photoprotecting synergistically effective amounts of sunscreen active agents octinoxate, octocrylene, and amiloxate; methods of protecting skin and/or hair against deleterious effects of sunlight/UV radiation by topical application of compositions.


ANTIPERSPIRANT GEL COMPOSITIONS

(WO2008036587) 27.03.2008 A61Q 15/00 LUBRIZOL ADVANCED MATERIALS, INC.
The present invention relates to antiperspirant compositions comprising a cationic hydrophobically modified polymeric gelling agent and an acidic antiperspirant compound. The antiperspirant compositions are transparent, phase stable, non-whitening and non-staining to the skin and clothing following topical application. The present invention also is directed to methods of using the antiperspirant compositions.


PROCESS FOR THE PREPARATION OF A COSMETIC COMPOSITION COMPRISING PLANT EXTRACTS AND HYDROLYSABLE COMPOUNDS

(WO2008034702) 27.03.2008 A61K 8/97 L'OREAL
The present invention relates to a process for the preparation of a composition for topical application, characterized in that it comprises (1) a stage of percolation of fluid under pressure through at least one plant substance in the solid or pasty form and (2) the incorporation of the plant extract obtained in stage (1) in a preparation A comprising at least one hydrolysable hydrophilic compound. The hydrolysable hydrophilic compound is in particular a sugar derivative, such as glucopyranosyl-l-ascorbic acid, adenosine, rutin and isoquercitrin. By virtue of the percolation stage, the plant extract does not detrimentally affect the stability of the hydrolysable hydrophilic compound or that of the composition comprising it.


PROCESS FOR MAKING ANTIPERSPIRANT/DEODORANT COMPOSITIONS AND APPLICATOR THEREFOR

(WO2008029375) 13.03.2008 A61Q 15/00 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
A consumer product comprising packaging including a product chamber and an outer jacket at least partially surrounding the product chamber; and an antiperspirant composition disposed within the product chamber.


SCREW SHAFT ANTIPERSPIRANT PISTON CONTAINER

(WO2008026126) 06.03.2008 B65D 83/76 THE PROCTER & GAMBLE COMPANY
A package including a product chamber (20) to which a consumer product composition is in contact, and a substantially non-moveable outer sleeve (30) surrounding at least a portion of the product chamber. The outer sleeve has a body portion (32) and a separate and distinct base portion (34). At least one of the body portion and the base portion is permanently connected to the product chamber.


TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY OF MEPTAZINOL

(WO2008022128) 21.02.2008 A61K 9/70 SHIRE PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.
A delivery system for the delivery of a salt of meptazinol which increases the bioavailability of meptanizol by an effective amount to provide analgesic relief is disclosed. One embodiment of the delivery system is a transdermal device which increases the skin flux of meptazinol by an effective amount to provide analgesic relief. Also disclosed are methods of providing analgesic relief.


DELIVERY SYSTEM AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME

(WO2008013757) 31.01.2008 A61K 8/04 AMCOL INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
A microparticle delivery system for an active compound which includes an active compound loaded onto polymeric microparticles, wherein the loaded microparticles are encased by a matrix material comprising about 68% to about 99%, by weight, of the microparticle delivery system. Compositions containing the microparticle delivery system, and methods of manufacturing the microparticle delivery system, also are disclosed.


THIOPHENEMETHYL SALICYLATE AND RELATED COMPOUNDS AS FLAVOURS AND FRAGRANCES

(WO2008009914) 24.01.2008 C07D 333/16 FLEXITRAL, INC.
The present invention provides a compound or mixture of compounds having the formula (I):wherein R1 and R2 represent, independently, linear or branched C1-4 alkyl, n = O to 4 and m = 0 to 3, and their use as flavours and/or fragrances. The invention also provides methods to confer, improve, enhance or modify a taste or flavour property or the aroma, fragrance or odour characteristics of a composition, product, preparation or article. The present invention further provides compositions, products, preparations or articles containing as a flavour and/or fragrance ingredient a compound or mixture of compounds of the invention as described above.


METHODS OF MAKING COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING FILMS

(WO2008008617) 17.01.2008 A61K 8/02 COLGATE-PALMOLIVE COMPANY
The invention relates to methods of making films having active ingredients. A film that is substantially free of active ingredient is introduced into a medium comprising an active ingredient. At least a portion of the active ingredient is transferred from the medium to the film. The films can be used in a variety of applications, including oral care, personal care, cleansing and/or home care compositions.
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WORLD PATENTS IN ANTIPERSPIRANT AND DEODORANT FORMULATION PUBLISHED IN 2008
This list includes patent documents published by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The list was retrieved by searching the claims section of all patent applications. Salient
search terms include antiperspirant and deodorant compositions, aerosols, non-aerosol spray, emulsions, solids, gels, clear gels, roll-on, soft solids, AP/DEO actives, aluminum
chlorohydrate, aluminum and zirconium salts, AZGs, astringents, control delivery of fragrance, odor masking, sweat reduction, FDA clinical efficacy testing, innovative packaging,
non-whitening products, etc.