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Dale St Lewis, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs: Dual chamber cleansing system comprising water-in-oil emulsion as benefit stripe. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA Division of Conopco, Ronald A Koatz, October 23, 2001: US06306806 (27 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an at least dual compartment container containing at least one surfactant stripe and at least one water-in-oil emulsion stripe. By dispensing a water-in-oil emulsion stripe, greater deposition, particularly deposition of water soluble benefit agent (e.g., glycolic acid) is ach ...


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Marion Louise Margosiak, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Michael Paul Aronson: Device for the identification of acne, microcomedones, and bacteria on human skin. Elizabeth Arden Co Division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, June 2, 1998: US05760407 (26 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a device and a method for the identification of fluorescing follicles that can be follicular impactions and/or microcomedones (clinically non-evident acne lesions), and/or comedones (clinically evident acne lesions) and/or bacteria on the face or other skin surface area. The ...


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Dale St Lewis, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Mark Stephen Naser, Philippe Cham: Dual chamber cleansing system, comprising multiple emulsion. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA a division of Conopco, Ronald A Koatz, July 31, 2001: US06268322 (24 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an at least dual compartment container containing at least one surfactant stripe and at least one multiple emulsion stripe. By dispensing a multiple emulsion stripe, greater deposition, particularly deposition of water soluble benefit agent (e.g., glycolic acid) is achieved th ...


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John Patrick McCook, Joseph Michael Corey, Peter Ladislaus Dorogi, John Steven Bajor, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Beth Anne Lange, Erwin Sharpe: Antisebum and antioxidant compositions containing guguliped and alcoholic fraction thereof. Elizabeth Arden Co Division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, November 25, 1997: US05690948 (10 worldwide citation)

Gugulipid (a lipophilic ethyl acetate extract from C. mukul or C. wightii) and an alcoholic fraction of gugulipid as antisebum and/or antioxidant active in cosmetic skin care compositions and methods is disclosed. Gugulipid from C. mukul and its alcoholic fraction are capable of delivering dual bene ...


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John Steven Bajor, Angel Augusto Guerrero, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs: Method for controlling skin oils and grease. Elizabeth Arden Co Division of Conopco, Milton L Honig, June 30, 1998: US05773015 (3 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for inhibiting oil and grease generation from human skin by applying to the skin a C.sub.11 -C.sub.30 alkyl or alkenyl ester of salicylic acid as an active component in combination with a pharmaceutically acceptable carrier. Most preferred is tridecyl salicylate.


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Alexander Paul Znaiden, Tomoko Kurita, Tamiko Yamamoto, Yoshiharu Ashizawa, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Srinivasan Krishnan, Kathy Anne Lanza, Robert Paul Velthuizen: Facial ruler device, method and kit. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA Division of Conopco, Unilever, December 30, 2004: US20040264750-A1

A pore ruler for objectively measuring attributes of facial skin pores and methods of using same. The pore ruler device includes a scale having indicia of at least two different pore attributes captured in a medium, determined by the following steps: (i) Taking multiple photographs of multiple subje ...


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Alexandra Draganescu D Arcangelis, John Steven Bajor, Kimberly Marie Campbell, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs: Method of decreasing sebum production. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA Division of Conopco, Unilever Intellectual Property Group, March 10, 2005: US20050053631-A1

Cosmetic compositions and methods of decreasing sebum production by contacting sebocytes with a fatty acid synthase inhibitor, including cerulenin, triclosan, α-methylene-γ-butyrolactone, and EGCG, as well as mixtures thereof and analogs thereof. The invention further relates to a cosmetic method of ...


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Marc Nicolaas De Mul, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Robert Edward Marriott, Joseph Raymond Faryniarz: Cosmetic compositions and methods for reducing the appearance of pores. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA Division Of Conopco, Unilever Intellectual Property Group, May 12, 2005: US20050100568-A1

A cosmetic composition and method for reducing the appearance of pores. The composition is based on a silicone elastomer or a water soluble or dispersible polymer and light scattering particles, and having a specified unique rheological profile. The inventive compositions and methods deliver an impr ...


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Marc Nicolaas De Mul, Helen Elizabeth Knaggs, Robert Edward Marriott, Joseph Raymond Faryniarz: Cosmetic compositions and methods for reducing the appearance of pores. Unilever Home & Personal Care Usa Division Of Conopco, Unilever Intellectual Property Group, January 10, 2008: US20080008730-A1

A cosmetic composition and method for reducing the appearance of pores. The composition is based on a silicone elastomer or a water soluble or dispersible polymer and light scattering particles, and having a specified unique rheological profile. The inventive compositions and methods deliver an impr ...