Gumming and flow problems are eliminated.
The gumming device is used for applying multilayer gum.
The gum solution is suitable for developing and gumming a lithographic photopolymer printing plate precursor.
The visor has two layers of fabric with a middle layer of stiffening material.
Provided are a process for scrub soap production and a scrub soap.
Disclosed are an additive composition for skim coat mortar and a skim coat mortar composition comprising the additive composition.
The present invention relates to the novel use of desiccated coconut as a scrubbing agent for use in the cosmetic industry, particularly, in skin scrub compositions.
Etching fibers finished according to the invention are particularly suitable.
The polyethylene layer is overcoated with a skim coat of wax.
The invention relates to cosmetic and dermatological peeling preparations containing particulate polyglyceryl-10-stearate.
This aqueous dispersion composition permits finish with an aqueous emulsion without causing the adhesion (gum-up) of polymers to a mangle.
A hand-held buffing device having a body with at least two portions, a handle portion and a head portion is provided.
The invention relates to a cosmetic pad which is suitable for cleansing the skin, particularly for peeling, and comprises a layer of fibers.
One or more heat-transfer labels are printed onto the skim coat and are spaced apart from one another.
The formulation is useful in providing antimicrobial effectiveness in surgical scrub applications.
The gum coating (22) also encloses the free end of the edge (18) and is secured against rotation to the pin (6).
Accordingly, any adhesion of the bolts (41,42) fitted in vacuum atmosphere can be inhibited, realizing easy maintenance.
An adhesive substance which, upon irradiation with light, becomes easily peelable from the adherend without damaging it.
In this way, the inventive pad can be used daily, in order to exfoliate and massage the skin and to remove make-up.
The bleaching is accomplished by passing a CO2 laser beam (13) having a power that exceeds a threshold of about 0.6W through the optical contact.
The invention relates to aqueous compositions for the abrasive treatment of the skin of the human body, especially of the face and/or the neck.