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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Daniel Joseph Kuzmenka, Dennis Stephen Murphy, Kristina Marie Neuser, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Kim Garufi, Deborah Coccaro: Process for preparing pourable, transparent/translucent liquid detergent with non-continuous suspending system. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, July 10, 2001: US06258771 (14 worldwide citation)

A process for making a transparent/translucent HDL composition capable of suspending relatively large size particles while remaining readily pourable. The composition is stable, even in the presence of relatively large amounts of electrolyte/surfactants.


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Kristina Marie Neuser, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Daniel Joseph Kuzmenka, Dennis Stephen Murphy: Process for preparing pourable, transparent/translucent liquid detergent with continuous suspending system. Unilever Home & Personal Care Division of Conopco, Neil Y Gilbert Esq, April 18, 2000: US06051541 (14 worldwide citation)

A translucent/transparent composition capable of suspending relatively large size particles while remaining readily pourable. The composition is stable, even in presence of readily large amount of electrolyte/surfactant.


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kristina Marie Neuser, MyongSuk Bae Lee, Eric Charles Ehrnsperger, Tracy Bowens: Manufacture of capsules for incorporation into detergent and personal care compositions. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, July 16, 2002: US06420333 (14 worldwide citation)

A process for encapsulating a benefit agent and/or colorant for personal care or detergent compositions, the process comprising immersing an emulsion or a dispersion containing the benefit agent and/or colorant into an aqueous curing solution containing a high HLB surfactant and/or a super-wetting a ...


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Fran├žoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Process for applying perfume to dryer sheets. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA a division of Conopco, October 2, 2001: US06297210 (13 worldwide citation)

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Daniel Joseph Kuzmenka, Dennis Stephen Murphy, Kristina Marie Neuser, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Kim Garufi, Deborah Coccaro: Process for preparing pourable, transparent/translucent liquid detergent with non-continuous suspending system. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, April 9, 2002: US06369018 (11 worldwide citation)

A process for making a transparent/translucent HDL composition capable of suspending relatively large size particles while remaining readily pourable. The composition is stable, even in the presence of relatively large amounts of electrolyte/surfactants.


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kristina Marie Neuser, Robert Joseph Ahart, Deborah Marie Coccaro, Peter Anthony Divone Sr: Capsules for incorporation into detergent or personal care compositions. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Rimma Mitelman, August 9, 2005: US06927201 (8 worldwide citation)

Capsules for protecting a benefit ingredient and/or a colorant usefull in detergent or personal care compositions. The benefit agent and/or colorant within the capsule is surrounded by a continuous phase based on a mixture of thermoplastic-type co-polymer and hydrocarbon oil. The continuous phase is ...


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Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Kevin Schnaudigel, Fran├žoise Fredericks, Daniel Joseph Fox, Robert Ahart, John Lovas, David Van Blarcom, Kristina Marie Neuser: Method for applying fragrance to a dryer sheet. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA division of Conopco, Edward A Squillante Jr, March 5, 2002: US06352969 (5 worldwide citation)

A process for applying relatively volatile or heat sensitive ingredients, such as perfume, to fabric dryer sheets minimizes the loss of the ingredients to the atmosphere or through degradation.


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Edward John Giblin, Myongsuk Bae Lee, Barbara Helen Bory, Feng Lung Gordon Hsu, Daniel Joseph Kuzmenka, Dennis Stephen Murphy, Kristina Marie Neuser: Liquid detergent package with transparent/translucent bottle labels with UV absorbers. Unilever Home & Personal Care USA a division of Conopco, October 14, 2003: US06632783 (4 worldwide citation)

A package with a label, wherein the material of which the label, label adhesive and/or top coating is made comprises UV absorbers to protect the product's colorant dye and other organic compounds. The package may contain translucent or transparent consumer product, such as an aqueous heavy duty ...