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Patrick J Durbut, Myriam M Mondin, Guy J Broze: Liquid crystal detergent composition. Colgate Palmolive Company, Bernard Lieberman, Murray M Grill, Robert C Sullivan, July 30, 1991: US05035826 (56 worldwide citation)

A liquid detergent composition which is in liquid crystal form comprises a synthetic organic surface active agent, as the detergent component, which preferably includes one or more nonionic detergents of the ethoxylated higher fatty alcohol type, and a lesser proportion of anionic or cationic surfac ...


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Nicholas S Payne, Keith A Jones, Eugene J Pancheri: Detergent compositions. The Procter & Gamble Company, Robert B Aylor, Richard C Witte, Thomas H O Flaherty, August 2, 1983: US04396520 (53 worldwide citation)

Mixtures of specific alkyl polysaccharide detergent surfactants and calcium sensitive anionic detergent surfactants provide superior detergency.


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Anthony G Day, Geoffrey Brooks, Scott Franklin: Method of making soaps from oil-bearing microbial biomass and oils. Solazyme, Alston & Bird, October 2, 2012: US08278261 (36 worldwide citation)

Soap and cosmetic products can be made from oil-bearing microbial biomass via the alkaline hydrolysis of glycerolipids and fatty acid esters to fatty acid salts. The saponified microbial oils/lipids can be combined with a variety of additives to produce compositions for use as soaps and other cosmet ...


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Natalie M Moroney, James E Taneri, Robert G Bartolo, Mark L Kacher, Mary E Carethers, Lawrence A Gilbert, Dawn M French, Gerald L Cantey: Freezer personal cleansing bar with selected fatty acid soaps for improved mildness and good lather. The Procter & Gamble Company, Leonard Williamson, November 23, 1993: US05264144 (36 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved freezer bar soap comprising selected saturated C.sub.14 -C.sub.18 fatty acid soaps and lathering soap selected from lauric, oleic, and other minor selected more soluble soaps. The bars of this invention have improved mildness while maintaining acceptable ...


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Dawn M French, Gerald L Cantey, Natalie M Moroney, James E Taneri, Mark L Kacher, Mary E Carethers, Lawrence A Gilbert, Richard W Schell: Personal cleansing freezer bar with selected fatty acid soaps and synthetic surfactant for reduced bathtub ring, improved mildness, and good lather. The Procter & Gamble Company, Leonard Williamson, November 23, 1993: US05264145 (34 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an improved freezer bar soap comprising selected saturated C.sub.14 -C.sub.18 fatty acid soaps and lathering synthetic surfactant. The bars of this invention have reduced bathtub ring, as well as improved mildness while maintaining acceptable lathering/sudsing charac ...


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Barbara A Hartmann, Athanasios S Ladas, Dino G Muccia: Post foaming gel shaving composition. Pfizer, Peter C Richardson, Paul H Ginsburg, Grover F Fuller Jr, October 1, 1996: US05560859 (29 worldwide citation)

A post-foaming gel shaving composition is disclosed which contains from about 40 to about 90 percent by weight water; from about 4 to about 25 percent by weight water-soluble soap; from about 0.5 to about 12 percent by weight aliphatic liquid post-foaming agent selected from the group consisting of ...


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Andrew T Hight: Cool water fabric washing process using a particulate detergent containing a nonionic and a fatty acid builder salt. Lever Brothers Company, Milton L Honig, James J Farrell, September 22, 1987: US04695284 (26 worldwide citation)

A method for washing fabrics at cold water temperatures is provided wherein fabrics are contacted below 50.degree. C. with built detergent particles comprising from 5 to 50% by weight of nonionic detergent active compound, from 15 to 90% by weight of a saturated fatty acid builder salt and from 5 to ...


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David P Joshi: Bar product. Colgate Palmolive Company, Herbert S Sylvester, Murray M Grill, Norman Blumenkopf, September 25, 1979: US04169067 (22 worldwide citation)

Toilet soap bars superfatted with higher fatty acids and containing high molecular weight poly(ethylene oxide).


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Patrick J Durbut, Myriam M Mondin, Guy J Broze: Liquid crystal compositions. Colgate Palmolive Co, Richard E Nanfeldt, James Serafino, June 4, 1996: US05523013 (21 worldwide citation)

A liquid detergent composition which is in liquid crystal form comprises a synthetic organic surface active agent, as the detergent component, which preferably includes one or more nonionic detergents of the ethoxylated higher fatty alcohol type, and a lesser proportion of anionic or cationic surfac ...