Abstract: The invention is a device for packaging and applying a product. The device includes a receptacle for containing the product and an applicator including a rod provided at one end with an application element. The receptacle further has a tubular body with a movable piston guided axially in the tubular body wherein the piston has a passage opening for the application element. The applicator includes an axial stop protruding radially relative to the rod and is capable of being in abutment against the piston. The stop can be retracted radially in order to allow it to pass through the passage opening of the piston and includes at least one orifice for the passage of air when the stop is in abutment against the piston.
Abstract: The invention relates to a device for packaging and applying a product, comprising: a receptacle for containing the product to be applied; an applicator comprising a rod which is provided at one end with an application element, the receptacle comprising: a tubular body; a movable piston which is guided axially in the tubular body, which piston comprises a passage opening for the application element, the applicator comprising an axial stop which protrudes radially relative to the rod and which is capable of being in abutment against the piston. The stop can be retracted radially in order to allow it to pass through the passage opening of the piston and comprises at least one orifice for the passage of air when the stop is in abutment against the piston. Use for cosmetic products.
Abstract: A makeup device comprising a first region for storing a cosmetic product and a second region for loading an applicator with the cosmetic product, wherein the second region is separated from the first region.
September 25, 2003
Date of Patent:
October 3, 2006
Schwan-STABILO Cosmetics GmbH & Co. KG
Reinhard Bauer, Herbert Brendel, Thomas Heidenreiter
Abstract: A system for heating and applying a depilatory wax to skin for the removal of unwanted hair includes an electric wax warmer, and a wax applicator able to store and carry a supply of warm liquid wax from the warmer to an area of the body. A compressible handle on the applicator allows the liquid wax to be forced out of the applicator and spread onto the skin in a very thin layer. The applicator is automatically refilled when placed back into the wax warmer and the compressible handle is released.
Abstract: This invention relates to a paint supply well assembly operable to be connected to a paint can member for the ready and controlled dispensing of liuid paint material therefrom. The paint supply well assembly includes (1) a main can support assembly; (2) a paint well assembly integral with the main can support assembly; and (3) a support handle assembly connected at one end to the main can support assembly at the opposite end forms a handle structure for transporting and conveyance purposes. The main can support assembly is provided with a cylindrical side wall member having an upper connector section adapted to receive and be interconnected to the open upper periphery of the paint can member. A paint well assembly is provided with a paint receiving assembly having a discharge opening which is selectively opened and sealed by a door closure assembly to achieve control flowing of the liquid paint material from the main can support assembly to the paint well assembly.
Abstract: The walls of an orifice in a board are coated by a rod or tube which touches or dips into a liquid below the board. The walls are coated either by a capillary effect or by moving the rod or tube through the orifice. Several rods and/or tubes may be attached to a single holder for coating a plurality of selected orifices simultaneously.
Abstract: A utility brush usable to wash various objects includes a brush head and a handle member, the former including cleaning means such as bristles extending from one face thereof. Also included are port means formed through the head to provide communication between the cleaning means and a reservoir containing a cleaning fluid whereby the cleaning fluid can be fed into and out of the reservoir. Associated with the reservoir means is check valve means for allowing air to be exhausted from the reservoir during filling and for maintaining the reduced pressure in the reservoir means during the release of the cleaning fluid.
Abstract: The invention comprises a brush and cleaning solution storage reservoir for washing of cars, and the like. The storage reservoir has a supply tube extending to the brush to conduct the cleaning solution thereto for use. The supply of cleaning solution to the brush is controlled by selective closure of a vent tube formed in the reservoir of cleaning solution.