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Schmitt William H: Non-pressurized package containing self-heating products. Alberto Culver Company, Wallenstein Spangenberg Hattis & Strampel, February 18, 1975: US3866800 (109 worldwide citation)

A non-pressurized package containing a product, especially a cosmetic product selected from the class consisting of those to be applied to skin and hair, said product comprising two separate compositions which are adapted to be mixed together to form a final heated composition which is dispensed fro ...


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Vishnupad Mohan, Ramirez Jose E, Schmitt William H: High oil containing anhydrous foamable compositions.. Chesebrough Ponds, March 18, 1987: EP0214865-A2 (43 worldwide citation)

An anhydrous base composition characterised in that it comprises a high amount of an oily component of petroleum jelly non-modified or modified with mineral oil and a mild detergent component of such nature and in such an amount for imparting thereto foaming characteristics when subsequently combine ...


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Cella John A, Schmitt William H: Low calorie dry sweetener composition. Alberto Culver Company, August 21, 1973: US3753739 (34 worldwide citation)

Pulverulent free-flowing water-soluble low calorie sweetener compositions having the general appearance of sucrose are produced by preparing a strong aqueous solution or slurry of an aspartyl-phenylalanine methyl ester sweetener at a relatively low temperature, admixing therewith a heated aqueous st ...


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Schmitt William H: Production of tablets. Alberto Culver Company, April 4, 1972: US3653914 (32 worldwide citation)

Molded effervescent triturate tablets or tablets formed by molding or compressing which have a matrix free of water insoluble polymers are contacted with a volatile organic solvent in which one or more materials comprising the tablet are at least partially soluble. The volatile solvent is removed ca ...


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Cella John A, Schmitt William H: Fluoride-containing toothpaste. Alberto Culver Company, Wallenstein Spangenberg Hattis & Strampel, May 20, 1975: US3885028 (16 worldwide citation)

Toothpaste of the type which does not liberate oxygen in the presence of water, which is free or essentially free of mineral oil and animal and vegetable triglyceride oils, and having improved tooth cleaning properties comprising an abrasive agent, in major proportion based upon the weight of the so ...


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Schmitt William H, Lukey Robert A: Method of preparing a low calorie pulverulent or granular sweetening composition. Alberto Culver Company, April 4, 1972: US3653922 (6 worldwide citation)

Pulverulent or granular free-flowing water-soluble low calorie sweetening compositions having the general appearance of sucrose are prepared by subjecting an aqueous composition or solution containing from 60 to 80 percent solids in the form of a distinctly major proportion of a water-soluble starch ...


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Vishnupad Mohan, Ramirez Jose E, Tanko Robert J, Schmitt William H: Anti-microbial systems containing the magnesium sulfate adduct of 2,2-dithiobis-pyridine-1,1-dioxide and a water-soluble zinc salt.. Chesebrough Ponds, April 1, 1987: EP0216558-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

An antimicrobial system characterised in that it comprises the magnesium sulfate adduct of 2,2'-dithiobis-pyridine-1,1'-dioxide and a water-soluble zinc salt is disclosed. The present antimicrobial systems may be incorporated in various useful therapeutic and cleansing compositions, such as surgical ...


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Vishnupad Mohan, Schmitt William H, Ramirez Jose E: Compositions anhydres moussables a forte teneur dhuile, High oil containing anhydrous foamable compositions. Vishnupad Mohan, Schmitt William H, Ramirez Jose E, Chesebrough Ponds, SWABEY OGILVY RENAULT, October 15, 1991: CA1290689 (2 worldwide citation)

ABSTRACT OF THE INVENTION This invention relates to novel essentially anhydrousbase compositions containing an oily component of non modifiedpetroleum jelly or petroleum jelly modified with mineral oiland a mild detergent component of such a nature and in such anamount for imparting to the base foam ...


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Nelson Bruce J, Melnik Joseph D, Schmitt William H: Cosmetic composition.. Unilever, Unilever, February 1, 1989: EP0301781-A2

A humectant for a skin treating composition which comprises a synergistic combination of glycerol and diglycerol in a ratio by weight of from about 90:10 to about 10:90. A skin treating composition which comprises from about 1% to about 30% by weight of the humectant is also claimed.