Abstract: An electronic transaction card for completing a transaction is provided, the card includes an integrated stylus that can be used to sign paper receipts. In some embodiments the stylus is constructed to have a metal alloy tip that leaves an indelible mark when abraded on paper and does not require replacement or replenishing like an ink pen or pencil. In one embodiment a transaction card is provided that is substantially rectangular and at least one of the corners is shaped to define a mount that is configured to engage a stylus of the above construction for signing paper receipts. In another embodiment a transaction card is provided with a stylus for signing paper receipts having a stylus arm that is integrated into the base of the transaction card and a stylus tip of the above construction for signing paper receipts.
Abstract: A dispenser includes a depressible thermal tip and a housing having a reservoir for containing a product, such as a cosmetic product or a medicinal product. The depressible thermal tip comprises a thermal applicator displaceable between open and closed positions. The thermal applicator may be depressibly coupled in a collar fixed to the housing, or the thermal applicator may be depressibly coupled in a button depressibly coupled in a collar fixed to the housing.
Abstract: The invention relates to devices including rotary units and rotary mechanisms that are suitable for use in numerous applications. Rotary units typically include rotational components that are configured to rotate. In some embodiments, for example, multiple rotary units are assembled in rotary mechanisms such that neighboring pairs of rotational components counter-rotate or contra-rotate relative to one another during operation of the rotary mechanisms. Rotational components generally include one or more implements that are structured to perform or effect one or more types of work as the rotational components rotate relative to one another in a given rotary mechanism. In certain embodiments, implements are configured to rotate and/or to effect the movement of other components as rotational components rotate.
Abstract: At least one embodiment of the invention describe a product tube applicator contains a hollow elongated tube to hold an applicator ointment, a removable cap, and an abrasive element provided on the elongated tube and/or the removable cap. The abrasive element may be utilized to prepare the epidermal surface of a user before or after applying the ointment, for example to reduce chapped skin before application of ointment. The removable cap may contain an openable cover attached to the top portion of the removable cap that remains attached to the cap and flaps open away from the cap. One or more embodiments disclose the abrasive element located on one or more of the removable cap, the hollow elongated tube, the openable cover of the removable cap, on a removable flap, under the removable flap, on a sliding sleeve and under the sliding sleeve.
Abstract: A liquid applicator includes: a reservoir disposed in a barrel body and storing an application liquid such as a fluid cosmetic or the like; an application part fixed to a front end part of the barrel body by means of a joint and a front barrel so as to be put into contact with a target site to apply the application liquid to the site; and, a propelling mechanism disposed in the rear part of the barrel body to propel the application liquid from the reservoir to the application part, and wherein a delivery opening is formed in a front end of the application part and, at least, a surface of the application part around a deliver opening is formed of a high thermal conductivity material.
Abstract: Liquid dispensing applicators adapted to be mounted to a container of lubricating oil or degreaser and used to lubricate or apply degreaser to a drive chain of a bicycle or motorcycle are disclosed. The applicator housing has an open slot to receive the chain. A wear-resistant and absorbent pad is positioned within the housing to engage the chain. A conduit between the absorbent pad and the container transmits liquid to the absorbent pad such that the chain can be cleaned or lubricated.
Abstract: An applicator system for dispensing a product and/or operating on a cuticle of a user includes a housing having a reservoir for storing a product, such as a cosmetic product or a medicinal product and a cuticle care tip. The cuticle care tip comprises one of a variety of surfaces configured to operate on a user and/or apply the product. The applicator system also includes a product delivery mechanism for dispensing the product.
Abstract: The invention provides a device for applying solution to vertical members comprising a U-shaped brush head terminating in a tapered hollow receptacle for holding solution such as paint or stain and wherein the hollow receptacle tapers from the bottom of the brush head, diminishing in dimension to the elongated handle, and wherein the handle is essentially cylindrical and receives a plunger for pushing the solution into the brush head and out the egress holes.
Abstract: An applicator for vehicle polishing solution is provided. The user would fill the handle of the device with polishing solution and would be able to continuously polish the vehicle, dispersing the polishing solution at a controlled interval. This applicator would have a hollow tube constituting the handle of the device, which would curve approximately ninety degrees at each end. The top of the handle would have an opening to fill the device and an opening at the bottom to disperse the solution onto the sponge for application. The middle section of the handle would have a button that would enable the user to control the outflow of the solution onto the sponge. The bottom of the handle would be a ball-and-socket swivel joint that would connect the handle to a sponge mount, allowing the sponge mount to be tilted and rotated relative to the handle.
Abstract: An applicator assembly includes a body having a proximal and a distal end, a container slidably coupled to the body, a valve cap coupled to the container, and an application member attached to the distal end, wherein an interior of the container is placed in fluid communication with the application member by way of a fluid conduit that is only accessible when one of the body and the container are axially translated in an opposite direction away from each other.
Abstract: A packaged antiperspirant product is provided. The packaged antiperspirant product includes an anhydrous antiperspirant composition having from 40% to 60%, by weight of the anhydrous antiperspirant composition, of solids. The solids include an antiperspirant active, one or more waxes, and one or more fillers having a total concentration from about 15% to about 35% by weight of the anhydrous antiperspirant composition. The antiperspirant composition also has from about 35% to about 60%, by weight of the composition, of one or more carriers other than water, wherein the one or more carriers comprises a non-volatile silicone fluid. The package includes a container body having an interior chamber storing the anhydrous antiperspirant composition, a dome closing one end of the container body and having a plurality of apertures extending through the thickness of the dome. An elevator and feed screw are disposed within the container body.
November 26, 2013
June 5, 2014
The Procter & Gamble Company
David Frederick SWAILE, Barbara Marie MODAFARI, Elton Luis MENON, Jody Lynn HOYING, Roland STARK, Sheena Marie MAHRLE
Abstract: An applicator includes a squeezer for pushing out a content liquid to an applicator part, and the shape of a content liquid delivering port of the applicator part is formed to be oval or rectangular while the minor axis and major axis on the delivery port side are specified to be 0.5 to 2 mm and 2 to 8 mm, respectively. In this applicator, large-sized particles can be delivered by enlargement of the bore inside the applicator part. Further, formation of an oval delivering port allows for drawing fine lines in the minor axis direction and thick lines in the major axis direction. Moreover, provision of small-diametric projections at the front end of applicator, enables drawing of long lines and retaining of the liquid cosmetic stored between projections.
Abstract: An applicator for cosmetics (in particular, eyeliner) and writing implements. The applicator includes an extrusion device that extrudes the content liquid to an applicator part. The applicator part has a conical part formed in an approximate conical shape. The conical part 31 has a plurality of thin disks arranged concentrically. The outside diameters of thin disks define a conical shape from a front end to a rear, and the thin disks is connected at their approximate center by an approximate cone or approximate cylinder. A plurality of grooves are formed in a front-to-rear direction of the applicator part. A liquid flow passage connected to a flow path is formed inside the approximate cone or approximate cylinder. Also, slits connecting the liquid flow passage and the grooves are formed on an outer side of the approximate cone or approximate cylinder.
Abstract: A hand-holdable painting apparatus comprising a main body with a handle, wherein the main body is arranged to removably engage with a paint applicator; and a paint reservoir receiving bay coupled to or integral with the main body, wherein the paint reservoir receiving bay is arranged to removably receive at least a portion of a paint reservoir. The main body is arranged to provide a paint flow path between an outlet of a paint reservoir in the paint reservoir receiving bay and an inlet of a paint applicator engaged with the main body. The hand-holdable painting apparatus further comprises an interlock configured to inhibit the paint reservoir receiving bay from receiving a paint reservoir unless a paint applicator is engaged with the main body.
Abstract: A high internal water phase water-in-oil emulsified cosmetic in which, in a system formed of an oil phase including silicone elastomer, polydimethylsiloxane and polyether modified silicone and a water phase including water in an amount of 60% or greater by mass. The water phase, at least, including one nonionic surfactant having an HLB value of 14 or greater, selected from a group consisting of polyoxyalkylene alkyl ethers, polyglycerin fatty acid esters, polyoxyalkylene glycerin fatty acid esters and polyalkyleneglycol fatty acid esters, in an amount of 0.03 to 0.6% by mass, is blended with pigments including an organic pigment, in an amount of 0.05 to 8% by mass. The viscosity at the shear rate of 3.83 sec?1 at 25° C. is 1 to 100 Pa·sec, as well as an applicator with an applying part having a surface roughness Ra of 3 to 300 ?m to store the cosmetic.
Abstract: A device for applying paint includes a paint applicator and a guiding means, the guiding means consists of two guiding rollers, the axis of rotation of each roller being fixed in use such that the two axes are disposed at an angle to one another in the range from 50° to 130° . The device is particularly suitable for applying paint in a linear strip of predetermined width along architectural objects such as window sills and sashes, lintels and beams.
January 6, 2009
Date of Patent:
September 10, 2013
Akzo Nobel Coatings International B.V.
Amerik Hoek, Lennox J. Alblas, Bernard J. Den Ouden
Abstract: A tool for applying a cementitious mixture to a flat surface includes a head assembly for delivering the mixture to the flat surface. A housing is provided for containing a supply of the mixture and a control assembly is interposed between the housing and the head assembly for controlling the flow of the mixture from the housing to and through the head assembly. The control assembly is responsive to the housing being pressed against the flat surface to control the angle of the head assembly relative to the control assembly and to control the flow of the mixture through the head assembly.
Abstract: A toothbrush system has a stem and an integrated paste dispenser disposed in a protective case. The stem may be manually advanced from the protective case to position a brush head for use. While the stem is being advanced, the integrated paste dispenser delivers a line of toothpaste along the top of the brush head bristles so that the toothbrush can be deployed and the toothpaste applied to the bristles in a single step.
Abstract: Applicator (1) for sealants, comprising—a feed tube (7) with a supply side (5), a tubular feed part and an outflow side, wherein the outflow side comprises a nozzle (22); —a wiping blade (9) fixedly connected to the outflow side of the feed tube, wherein the periphery of the nozzle is located in the upper surface of the wiping blade and wherein the upper surface of the wiping blade has a profile formed from: an inner surface (24) bounded by two upright dikes (20), wherein the nozzle is located between the two dikes and in the inner surface, wherein the dikes and the inner surface extend to an edge (28, 30) of the wiping blade where the profile of the inner surface (24) and the dikes (20) together form a wiping edge (28) for applying and wiping sealant on an object.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a packaging and applicator device for applying at least one cosmetic, makeup, or care-product composition, the device comprising: a container (2) containing the composition; and an applicator member (3) that is secured to the container and that defines an application surface, the applicator member being made, at least in part, out of an inorganic material, and having at least one channel (5) passing therethrough so as to enable the composition to pass from the container to the application surface; the application surface having a surface area lying in the range 50 mm2 to 200 mm2, better in the range 70 mm2 to 150 mm2, better still in the range 80 mm2 to 100 mm2, and the applicator member (3) having a weight that is greater than 4 g.
Abstract: A micro motion poppet valve for a writing instrument provides delivery of ink with large pigment particles to a porous writing nib with minimal nib movement and relatively light actuation forces. The micro motion poppet valve includes a nib connected to a valve stem, the valve stem being connected to a valve plug. A valve body is integrally formed with a biasing element, which biases the valve stem towards a closed position. When a user presses the nib against a writing surface the valve plug moves away from a raised valve seat located on the biasing element to allow ink to flow from an ink reservoir to the nib.
December 30, 2011
July 4, 2013
Christoph Gillum, Christopher Matice, David Parrott, Anup Paul, Haskell Simpkins, Robert G. Challman, James F. Yoder
Abstract: The present invention relates to an electric puff, and particularly, to an electric puff comprising: a case in which a switch is installed; a foundation container disposed inside the case; a puff portion connected to the foundation container for receiving foundation; and an actuating shaft for oscillating the puff portion back and forth by means of a motor driven by an actuation of the switch.
Abstract: A novel artificial nail composition (gel nail composition) is provided. The artificial nail composition is curable with ultraviolet rays to form an artificial nail, and includes an ultraviolet-curable resin and pearl powder dispersed in the ultraviolet-curable resin.
Abstract: The applicator is primarily directed to the dispensing and application of fluid products, such as soaps to a person. The applicator is designed for one hand use and is comprised of a base with a cover extending from the base. The base supports a container with the product on an upper surface and has an applicator surface on a lower surface. The base has an aperture of a defined shape on a lower surface to deliver product from the container for application to a person. Depending from the cover is a fitment for applying a force to a surface of the container to cause a valve on the container to open. The fitment is comprised of an inner portion and an outer portion with the relative movement of these portions applying the force on the container to dispense product.
Abstract: A removable waterproof enclosure (20) houses an RF control (22) and two triggers (or buttons) (24) and (26) to start and stop a drywall feed pump (16). The enclosure attaches to the power-fed drywall box tool handle(s) (28). It has a manual clamp (30) to keep it in a desired position on the handle (28) when desired. The clamp (30) also has a neutral or released position to allow it to slide freely with the user's hand for more versatility. Two triggers or buttons (24) and (26) on opposite ends of the RF enclosure (20) are used to control the pump (16) on/off from multiple hand grip positions.
Abstract: An improved applicator for dispensing liquids and viscous fluids comprising an applicator body, an applicator tip or applicator assembly, and optionally a filter element wherein the applicator tip or assembly has at least one of several beneficial features including a receptacle for shards, a fluid rate controlling tip, and a bubble breaking design.
June 4, 2012
January 3, 2013
Karl Dallas Kirk, III, Paul J. Mulhauser
Abstract: Disclosed is a tooth brush implement having an articulating head region and a toothpaste dispensing body region. The head region comprises a horizontal crown hingeably connecting to a first and second perpendicular side portion. Inwardly directed bristles from the crown and side portions create an encompassing brush head adapted to contact the occlusal, buccal and lingual surfaces of a tooth and gum line therebelow for cleaning and removing debris. The body region comprises an internal cavity and drive means for forcing toothpaste from the body and into the head region, wherein the head region further incorporates an internal conduit for communicating the paste onto the bristles. The drive means comprises a rotatable drive screw connected to an end cap, wherein rotation of the cap drives a ram element toward the head portion. An embodiment of the head portion further contemplates a swiveling head for angled brushing of molar surfaces.
Abstract: pH indicator compositions, solutions and suspensions and pH indicating food storage devices, medical devices and components thereof are provided for visually monitoring, detecting, and/or determining the presence of metabolic by-products from harmful or potentially harmful microorganisms. Also provided are methods of use and preparation of the pH indicator compositions, solutions and suspensions.
Abstract: A squeezable hermetically sealed vessel contains a whitening compound and an elongated applicator tip extending outwardly from the vessel. A cap closed and seals the applicator tip and the vessel, but may be removed under manual force. Once the cap is removed, the walls of the vessel may be squeezed together to urges the contents of the vessel to flow through a fluid passage through the elongated applicator tip to reach an accommodating surface. The accommodating surface may either be impregnated with a different material that reacts with the contents of the vessel upon contact or covers a chamber that in turn contains such a different material.
Abstract: The functionality and design of this pen is two-fold. The first, lower component is used as a writing implement and the second, upper component is the compartment/housing unit of the lip balm cartridge. The bottom portion of the pen houses the ink cartridge and the mechanical components of the pen. The pen tip is retractable. The upper portion of the pen is the housing chamber for the lip balm. The snap-in design allows a lip balm cartridge to be loaded and unloaded from the pen. Both halves of the pen, top and bottom are connected. Twisting the pen at the union of the lower and upper components releases and retracts the pen tip. The uniqueness of this invention is its' dual usage, one as a pen and the other as a lip balm housing unit.
Abstract: The present invention relates to a stain pretreatment agent containing a mixture of a short-chain and a long-chain polyethylene glycol and to the use thereof, and to a cleaning pen containing said stain pretreatment agent.
March 12, 2012
July 5, 2012
Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Francesca Corbellini, Elisabeth Baumgarten, Gabriele Hürtgen, Matthias Sunder, Robert Stephen Cappleman, Bernhard Banowski, Ralf Rönisch, Mathias Schriefers
Abstract: An eyeliner applicator of the present invention includes a pen tube, a bead, a connecting tube, a first water-absorbed member, a second water-absorbed member, a fixing means, and a retainer ring. The connecting tube has an applicator body, a pushing portion, a passage, an outer surface, and at least an abutting member. The passage comprises an upper section and a lower section. The first water-absorbed member is disposed in the upper section of the passage. The second water-absorbed member is disposed in the lower section of the passage. A density of the first water-absorbed member is greater than a density of the second water-absorbed member. The abutting member is disposed on the outer surface of the connecting tube. The retainer ring detachably clasps the outer surface. The present invention can prevent the water of ink from vaporizing and the water-absorbed members from absorbing much ink.
Abstract: An applicator apparatus can be attached and detached to and from any tube container that properly fits. The tube is not part of the invention, but works with the invention as a handle and as a dispenser. When the tube is attached to the applicator apparatus, the hole of the tube in which the tubes contents come out of, meets with the hole of the applicator apparatus. The applicator apparatus's hole is surrounded by an applicator material such as brush bristles or sponge. When the tube is squeezed, the tubes contents will come out of the hole of the applicator apparatus and be introduce onto the surrounding bristles of the brush or sponge of the applicator apparatus. The applicator apparatus attaches to a lid. The top portion of the lid has an opening in which the applicator apparatus can be placed into. The bottom portion of the lid can have a suction cup base that is to be secured onto a flat hard surface or a pull tab that can be taken off by a humans mouth.
Abstract: A fluid application device includes a clamp portion including two clamp arms, at least one of the clamp arms including a sponge, a reservoir to store a fluid, and a trigger to move the clamp arms towards each other when pressed a first distance and to pump fluid from the reservoir to the sponge when pressed a second distance greater than the first distance.
December 15, 2011
April 19, 2012
WEED LESS, LLC
Daniel Thomas Ellsworth, Adam Christian Ellsworth
Abstract: A kit of parts including a paint applicator and a supply part for attachment to a paint container, through which paint may be supplied to the paint applicator. The paint applicator includes an applicator head; a substantially rigid elongate support having a hollow interior for supplying paint to the applicator head; and an inlet part through which paint may be drawn into the hollow elongate support. The inlet part and the supply part are arranged to fit together such that paint may be drawn through them and into the hollow elongate support. The inlet part and/or the supply part includes an indicator arranged to indicate when they are fully fitted together for use.
March 3, 2011
April 12, 2012
BLACK & DECKER INC.
Andrew WALKER, Daniel BONE, Jonathan ARMSTRONG
Abstract: A pen-like applicator contains a pen shaft having a removable cap at a first end and at the other, second end, a delivery button that acts upon a reservoir for application fluid. A protective device while being in a protected position, protects the delivery button from being actuated when the cap is on and being coupled to the movement of the cap in a way, such that the protective device is in a release position that releases the delivery button for actuation when the cap is removed.
Abstract: To quickly apply a mascara to cilia without unevenness, a state capable of applying a mascara (L) is more quickly achieved in comparison with a conventional art by constructing a guide path (34d) guiding the mascara (L) extruded from an accommodating portion (1a) as a straight linear route, and by opening an opening (4c) flowing out the mascara (L) to the external on the linear route, and the mascara (L) is more evenly distributed between adjacent arch type applying portions (4e, 4e) in comparison with the conventional art by opening the opening (4c) on the linear route as mentioned above, and by structuring an applying body (4x) for applying the mascara (L) to cilia as a plurality of arch type applying portions (4e) which are arranged in line along the opening (4c) while straddling the opening (4c) from an outer side and have an arch shape.
Abstract: A dermis applicator having a container body and a main tubular volume has one or more applicators attached to a plastic base inserted in the main tubular volume inserted within the container body. A bottom mechanism attached to the main tubular volume rotates through a single circular ridge on the interior surface of the main container body and matching indentation about the vertical upper tube of the bottom mechanism. This bottom mechanism is moveably attached to the main tubular volume through a sliding member passing through an annular stopping location. A spiral groove interior of the bottom mechanism provides a guideway for protrusions from the sliding mechanism that match the spiral groove and make the device move upwards with user rotary action. The applicators themselves are either foam-sponge devices having a refreshing liquid. Alternatively attached to and integrated with another personal care device such as a toothbrush.
Abstract: To make a cosmetic container convenient, a closing part 6b of a discharge cylinder 6 closes an insertion hole 2h of a middle cylinder part 2 and seals a cosmetic A when a moving part 3 is positioned at a first stopping position, the discharge cylinder 6 protrudes by a predetermined length from an end face of the insertion hole 2h and slits 6c of the discharge cylinder 6 are exposed when the moving part 3 is moved from the first stopping position to a second stopping position separating in an axial direction, so that a user can visually confirm that the cosmetic can flow out through the slits 6c, the discharge cylinder and a discharge cylinder opening part 6a, and the moving part 3 is left at the second stopping position, so that the cosmetic A can securely flow out without variation when in use.
Abstract: An airless applicator may deliver high/low viscosity liquids or semi-liquids, and contains a valve controlling flow between a product reservoir and an intermediate pooling area, while a narrow opening between the intermediate pooling area and a product dispensing chamber controls flow therebetween. This arrangement prevents backflow to the product reservoir, precluding an influx of contamination therein. Product delivery is by specially adapted applicator heads. In one embodiment, a plurality of prongs, and openings into the product dispensing chamber, permit application of mascara onto eyelashes. Alternating prong heights increases effectiveness in applying mascara onto all sides of a user's lashes. Other applicator heads are configured for lip product applications such as for lipstick, and for eye products such as eyeliner and eye shadow.
Abstract: A writing implement that includes a deformable hollow body extended along a central axis as far as one end, and an end member that includes a tubular portion which has an inner face equipped with a plurality of first projecting reliefs suitable for engaging with and radially deforming the hollow body during the fitting of the end member by engagement of its tubular portion around the end of the hollow body. The writing implement includes an inner face of the tubular portion that has a plurality of second projecting reliefs having a height measured radially from the inner face which is generally less than the height of the first projecting reliefs and is adapted so that the second reliefs apply a radial pressure on the hollow body deformed by the first reliefs.
Abstract: The invention (embodiments) is intended to increase the functional characteristics of a writing implement and allow for the improved visual monitoring of writing. This is achieved in that the writing implement comprises a holder, a body with a writing unit located therein and having a rod-type writing element, and a stem part, wherein the holder of the rod-type writing element is formed from sections having an arcuate form, wherein the sections are separated from each other in steps and have different lengths and angles of inclination to the horizontal, and the rod-type writing element is mounted in inclined fashion and is offset from the axis of the implement. The technical result is also achieved in that the writing implement comprises a holder, a body with a writing unit located therein and having a rod-type writing element, and a stem part, wherein the holder of the working component has an arcuate form, and the working component is mounted in inclined fashion and is offset from the axis of the implement.
Abstract: The present invention is a liquid applicator which, in its assembled state an applying part, joint, and front barrel are fixed to a barrel body front end portion, the step of an indented/projected engaging portion on the inner peripheral side of the applying part rear end portion is abutted from behind against and engaged with the step of an indented/projected engaging portion on the outer peripheral side of the forward part of the joint.
Abstract: A printing device is provided having a nib configured to retract into the device when pressed upon a surface, an ink supply, and ink ejection nozzles in fluid communication with the ink supply and configured to print ink upon the surface responsive to the retraction of the nib.
Abstract: An electrically driven powder cosmetics application device is controlled by high speed operation of a motor together with an eccentric weight block to induce vibration for facilitating uniform dispensing of powder cosmetics. The device includes a plastic container having an end forming a powder dispensing port containing therein a filter. Provided outside the dispensing port is a hollow collar fit over a dispensing device including a brush and a brush hair confiner tube with a powder outlet passage arranged therein. An opposite end of the container has a bottom receiving therein a vibration device including a rotation motor and an eccentric weight and a battery set for supplying electrical power and controlled by a switch to turn on/off vibration operation. With the vibration device turned on, the container is provided with assistance for dispensing cosmetics thereby ensuring uniform and smooth dispensing of the powder cosmetics contained in the container.
Abstract: Proposed is a device for applying a flowable substance comprising an outer shell (14) forming a receptacle for the flowable substance, as well as at least one portionally cylindrical insert (12) assigned to an application tip (22) and open at one end and closed at the other end and its shell featuring at least one orifice (34) connected to the open end. The outer shell (14) is shiftable in relation to the insert (12) between a blocked position in which a fluid flow between the outer shell (14) and the insert (12) is blocked by means of a sealing device and an activated position in which the fluid flow between the outer shell (14) and the insert (12) is released. The insert (12) has a male screw thread (20) mating the outer shell (14), the flowable substance flowing after twisting of the insert (12) in relation to the outer shell (14) and release of the orifice (34) into the insert (12). The outer shell is made, at least portionally, of an elastomeric plastics material.
Abstract: The present invention provides a device for packaging and applying a substance, the device comprising: a receptacle for containing the substance, the receptacle comprising: a first part and a second part, the second part being turnable by the user relative to the first part; and an applicator; the second part defining at least one surface in contact with the substance inside the receptacle, the applicator and said surface being arranged in such a manner that turning said surface exerts pressure on the substance, causing the substance to move towards the applicator, the first part defining a backing surface, and said surface being capable of coming at least in part to face said backing surface at the end of turning the second part.
Abstract: A cosmetics container structure comprises an outer tube having an actuating chamber and a receiving chamber. A control assembly includes a coupling cylinder having a button opening at the center and multiple obliquely-cut pieces with sliding surfaces alternating with clearance grooves at the internal surface thereon. A button post has a first toothed-collar defining the opening edge with protrusive blocks disposed above. An actuation assembly includes a rotary tube, a spring element, and an insert seat. The rotary tube has a second toothed-collar equipped with high and low stop surfaces, and a conjoining cavity at the bottom. The insert seat has a screw-threaded bore disposed at the bottom. A push rod has a rod body defined by an external-threaded section and identically shaped like the conjoining cavity thereof. Thus, the button post can be simply pressed by single hand to squeeze out filling substance for easy and economical application thereby.
Abstract: Provided is a dispenser receptacle which include: an external container having an internal accommodation space whose upper portion is opened; an internal container which is inserted into the inside of the external container so as to move longitudinally, and in the inside of which contents are accommodated; a button which is combined so as to move longitudinally along the side wall portion of the external container; a connection unit which connects the button and the internal container and both sides of which move in integral form; and a pumping unit which is combined with an exit portion of the internal container and pumps contents according to ascending and descending of the internal container to then discharge the pumped contents externally, to accordingly minimize a height of the button which is protruded to the outside even though an operational stroke of the button becomes large to thus provide effects of enhancing conveniences in use of users and improving a quality of the external appearance of a produ