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Antiperspirant compositions
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: WO2007017119A2
Finsolv PG22; phenylethyl benzoate, as sold by Finetex Inc. under the trade name Finsolv SUN; and 1 -methyl -2- phenoxyethyl benzoate, ...
Cosmetic compositions containing smectite gels
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: CA2288870C
The most preferred solvents are benzoate esters, such as C,2_,5 alcohols benzoate (Finsolv 3o TN), and salicylate esters. However, the solvent ...
Sunscreens
Sunscreens
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: US20140219942
The term “benzoate solvent” refers in particular to Behenyl Benzoate (Finsolv 137 ), Benzyl Benzoate (Morflex Benzyl Benzoate), Butyloctyl ...
Phenylethyl benzoate for use in cosmetics, toiletries and personal ...
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: WO2005069822A2
Preparation of Benzoate Ester of Phenylethyl alcohol (FINSOLV SUN) In a 2,000 ml. four neck round bottom flask equipped with glass stirrer, ...
For cosmetics, sunscreen agents, agriculture products
For cosmetics, sunscreen agents, agriculture products
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: US7166275
6, Technical Data Sheet, Solubility of Benzophenone-3 in Finsolv TN, Finsolv TPP, Finsolv PG-22 and Finsolv EB, by Finetex, Inc., dated Nov.
Non-irritating
Non-irritating
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: US5632996
In another embodiment, FINSOLV-P (PPG-15 stearyl ether benzoate) is used as the benzoate ester in the preparation of compositions useful as ...
Cosmetic compositions containing smectite gels
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: WO1998050003A1
The most preferred solvents are benzoate esters, such as C12-15 alcohols benzoate (Finsolv TN), and salicylate esters. However, the solvent ...
8-methyl-1-pentadecanol or -hexadecanol esters of benzoic or ...
8-methyl-1-pentadecanol or -hexadecanol esters of benzoic or ...
Filed: January 1st, 1970 [Granted]
Patent Number: US7166739
Finsolv TN, +, +, +. Finester EH-25, +, +, +. IPM/IPP (Witconol 2314/2316), +, +, +. KEY: + indicates soluble. − indicates insoluble ...