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Bar soap with UV protection.

U.S. Patent No. 7,569,210 B2; Jamie Collins Doss of Santa Fe, NM has patented a bar soap that provides UV protection through normal use of washing and rinsing as well as therapeutic and restorative properties. It contains a natural soap base for cleaning the skin; titanium dioxide and zinc oxide for providing protection against UV rays, wherein zinc oxide and titanium oxide are present in approximately 2:1 ratio, respectively, by weight; chlorophyll, lemon juice, balm of Gilead, aloe vera, vitamins, olive oil, minerals and amino acids. The balm of Gilead, chlorophyll, olive oil, aloe vera and lemon juice are present in a ratio of 1:2:1:1:3 proportions, respectively. (For more on this product, see On The Horizon, HAPPI, March 2009.)
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Title Annotation:Patent Review
Publication:Household & Personal Products Industry
Date:Sep 1, 2009
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