Drug – bio-affecting and body treating compositions – Cosmetic – facial – Facial moisturizer
252106, 424DIG5, 424DIG10, 424 59, 424 60, 424 63, 424 64, 424 65, 424 68, 424 69, A61K 700, A61K 746, A61K 748
This invention relates to solid emollient-moisturizer compositions, and in particular relates to compositions wherein an emollient-moisturizer is entrapped in the lattice of the cross-linked polymer during in situ polymerization of the monomers forming the polymer lattice. The invention provides for conversion of solid and/or liquid emollients or moisturizers into solid, free-flowing forms by entrapment of the functional materials in a hydrophobic polymer lattice.
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Ore Dale R.
Wickhen Products, Inc.
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