Abstract: The subject invention involves compositions, consisting essentially of the drug active 1-3,5-bis(1,1-dimethylethyl)-4-hydroxyphenyl-5-hexyn-1-one (tebufelone) at a concentration of at least about 15%, and the balance a pharmaceutically-acceptable vehicle. The vehicle is formulated such that the compositions are homogeneous liquids at 37.degree. C. and provide good solubilization of the drug active.
Abstract: A toggle closure for a resiliently deformable container which provides substantially continuous, uninterrupted, glug-free dispensing of liquid products. The toggle closure has two conduits, the first of which comprises a liquid discharge conduit that will always dispense liquid upon inversion of the container and the second of which comprises a vent conduit that will either dispense liquid if the container is undergoing resilient deformation tendency toward collapse during liquid dischage or, alternatively, vent air into the container during liquid dispensing if the container is not undergoing resilient deformation tendency toward collapse during liquid discharge.
Abstract: A disposable undergarment having at least one break-away panel comprised of one or more strips of manually tearable material uninterruptedly extending from one leg opening to the waist opening which allows the disposable undergarment to be torn open and removed without sliding the undergarment down the length of both legs.
Abstract: Device for applying liquid materials to the skin, said device having a liquid container, a poromeric plastic applicator head, and a diaphragm spring holding the applicator in said device. The diaphragm spring provides a liquid tight seal between the poromeric applicator head and the liquid container and also allows movement of the poromeric applicator head in a vertical direction to create a pressure within the liquid container and provide force to aid in moving the liquid through the poromeric applicator head to its outer surface. The poromeric applicator head is also provided with a capillary pressure compensating valve to maintain substantially equal pressure within and without the dispensing container.
September 21, 1990
Date of Patent:
December 17, 1991
The Procter & Gamble Company
Stephen C. Lathrop, Keith Woodruff, Edward Morris