|| List of recent Surfactant-related patents
| Polyurethane resin composition for support pad and polyurethane support pad using the same|
The present invention relates to a polyurethane resin composition for a support pad including a polyurethane resin, a dmf solvent, an anionic surfactant, and polyethylene glycol (peg), and a polyurethane support pad including the polyurethane resin composition for a support pad. According to the present invention, long and large pores may be uniformly formed therein, and thus a support pad having an excellent compression rate and compression recovery rate may be provided..
| Oral formulations of kinase inhibitors|
The invention is directed to formulations of bioactive compounds of limited water solubility, inhibitors of focal adhesion kinase (fak) of the 2,4-diaminopyridine class, adapted for oral administration to patients. The formulations are self-emulsifying in the gastrointestinal tract of the patients, providing enhanced absorption and bioavailability of the bioactive compounds as dispersions or emulsions in an oil base.
| Cleaning mixture for the removal or avoidance of insect deposits on surfaces|
A cleaning mixture for the removal or avoidance of insect deposits on surfaces, and particularly for removing the insect deposits from airplane surfaces such as the wings, the fuselage or the tail of an aircraft, includes at least one protease in combination with at least a chitinase and at least a compatible surfactant.. .
A liquid detergent comprising from about 5% to about 20% by weight thereof of a surfactant system wherein the surfactant system comprises an alkoxylated anionic surfactant having and alkoxylation degree of from 0.20 to 1.75 and wherein the detergent at 20° c. Has a pouring viscosity of from about 2500 mpa s to about 6000 mpa s and a ratio of medium to high shear viscosity of from about 2 to about 1..
A liquid detergent comprising from about 5% to about 20% by weight thereof of a surfactant system wherein the surfactant system comprises an anionic and an amphoteric surfactant comprising an amine oxide surfactant wherein the anionic and amphoteric surfactants are in a weight ratio of from about 1:1 to about 8.5:1 and wherein the detergent at 20° c. Has a pouring viscosity of from about 2500 mpa s to about 6000 mpa s and a ratio of medium to high shear viscosity of from about 2 to about 1..
| Paint stripping compositions|
An environmental safety paint stripping composition comprising dichloroethylene, aromatic alcohols and ethers, surfactants, corrosion inhibitors, thickeners, wax solvents and water. This paint stripping composition is particularly useful in stripping paint and other polymeric coatings from metal substrates such as aluminum and it alloys..
| Completion fluid for reducing friction between metal surfaces|
A liquid mixture reduces the friction between two surfaces, at least one of which is moving with respect to the other such as tubing moving within the casing of an oil or gas well. The mixture includes an oil, a suspending agent, polymer particles and a surfactant..
| Etchant and etching process|
A system and method for manufacturing semiconductor devices is provided. An embodiment comprises using an etchant to remove a portion of a substrate to form an opening with a 45° angle with a major surface of the substrate.
| Compositions and methods for biofermentation of oil-containing feedstocks|
The present invention provides compositions and methods for the use of oil-containing materials as feedstocks for the production the bioproducts by biofermentation. In one preferred embodiment, surfactants are not used in compositions and the methods of the invention.
| Method for controlling microstructural arrangement of nominally-aligned arrays of carbon nanotubes|
A method for controlling the microstructural arrangement of nominally-aligned arrays of carbon nanotubes (cnts) and a foam structure of cnts are disclosed. The method includes a functionalization of cnt surfaces, for example, a non-covalent functionalization.
| Cationic conditioner replacements|
Described are personal care compositions for hair, comprising a surfactant, a silicone, and a methylcellulose that gels at 45c or less, wherein personal care composition is substantially free of cationic polymers selected from cationic cellulose derivatives, cationic guar derivatives, cationic methacrylamido polymers, polyquaternium-6, or polyquaternium-7.. .
| Composition based on oxides of cerium, of zirconium and of another rare earth metal with high reducibility, preparation process and use in the field of catalysis|
The composition of the invention is based on oxides of cerium, of zirconium and of at least one rare earth metal other than cerium, with a cerium oxide content of greater than 50% by weight and it has, after calcination at 1000° c. For 4 hours, a specific surface area of at least 20 m2/g and an amount of mobile oxygen between 200° c.
| Inkjet ink containing sub 100 nm latexes|
An aqueous latex ink includes a polymer latex having a particle size of less than about 100 nm. A method of making an aqueous latex ink includes emulsifying a polymer without the use of a surfactant to prepare a latex having a particle size of less than 100 nm.
| Emulsified curable oligomer-based inks for indirect printing method|
A method of printing an image to a substrate includes applying an aqueous inkjet ink onto an intermediate receiving member using an inkjet printhead, optionally spreading the ink onto the intermediate receiving member, inducing a property change of the ink, and transferring the ink to a substrate, wherein the ink includes a curable oligomer. A method of printing an image to a substrate includes applying an aqueous inkjet ink onto an intermediate receiving member using an inkjet printhead, optionally spreading the ink onto the intermediate receiving member, inducing a property change of the ink, and transferring the ink to a substrate, wherein making the ink includes forming an aqueous mixture by adding a mixture of oligomers and a surfactant to a reactor containing a mixture of a humectant and an aqueous vehicle, heating and stirring the aqueous mixture, and homogenizing the aqueous mixture, forming the ink..
| Inkjet recording method and inkjet recording device|
An inkjet recording method, including applying stimulus to recording ink to allow the ink to jet to record image on recording medium, wherein the recording medium includes support and surface layer on at least one surface thereof, and has transferred amount of pure water on surface thereof at side of the surface layer of 1 to 10 ml/m2 with contact duration of 100 ms as measured by dynamic scanning absorptometer, wherein the recording medium is surface-modified with corona discharge treatment or plasma treatment, the ink contains water-dispersible colorant, organic solvent, surfactant, water-dispersible resin, and water, the organic solvent contains polyhydric alcohol(s) having equilibrium moisture content ≧30 mass % at 23° c./80% rh, certain amide compound, and at least one of certain compounds, and total of solid content of the water dispersible colorant (a) and solid content of the water dispersible resin (b) is 8 to 35 mass %, and mass ratio (a/b) is 2 to 8.. .
| Latex ink containing a latex having a bimodal molecular weight distribution for indirect printing method|
An aqueous inkjet ink includes a latex having a bimodal molecular weight distribution. A method of making an aqueous inkjet ink includes adding a dispersion of surfactant and carbon black to a reactor, adding a latex having a bimodal molecular weight to the reactor resulting in a reaction mixture, and homogenizing the reaction mixture, forming the ink.
| Method for destabilizing bitumen-water and oil-water emulsions using lime|
In a process for destabilizing bitumen-water emulsions to facilitate bitumen recovery therefrom, bitumen-water interfacial tension is increased by reducing or eliminating the activity of functional groups acting as surfactants by treating the emulsions with one or more additives of ionic base to increase the hydrophobic characteristics of bitumen droplets in the emulsions and thus increase their attraction to each other and to gas bubbles. Additives effective for this purpose include salts of the periodic table's group ii earth alkali metals cations such as magnesium, calcium, strontium, and barium, and group iii metals cations such as aluminum.
| Sample analysis method and solution to be used therein|
Provided are a sample analysis method using capillary electrophoresis capable of enhancing analysis accuracy, a solution for capillary electrophoresis, and a sample analysis kit. The sample analysis method includes separating and/or detecting a substance to be analyzed in a sample through capillary electrophoresis, in which the substance to be analyzed is separated and/or detected in the presence of a ph buffer substance and a non-surfactant-type zwitterionic substance.
| Flame retardant and fire extinguishing product for fires in solid materials|
A novel flame retardant and fire extinguishing product for preventing and fighting fires in solid materials is disclosed herein. The product is thixotropic and comprises water, one or more flame retardants, one or more stabilizers, and one or more preservatives.
| Flame retardant and fire extinguishing product for fires in liquids|
A novel flame retardant and fire extinguishing product for preventing and fighting fires in liquids is disclosed herein. The product comprises water, one or more flame retardants, one or more polymers, one or more surfactants, one or more emulsifiers, one or more preservatives, and one or more firming agents.
| Method of completing a well using a friction reducing completion fluid|
A method for reducing the friction forces between tubulars, for example coiled tubing in casing, is disclosed. The method includes mixing a selected suspending agent and surfactant and polymer particles in oil, then adding the mixture to water and pumping the mixture down the tubing.
| Method of reducing corrosion on metal surfaces|
A method for reducing corrosion on the exterior or interior surface, for example coiled tubing and casing, is disclosed. The method includes mixing a selected surfactant and particles of a polymer in oil, then adding the oil to water and contacting the surfaces of the tubing with the mixture..
| Acid formulations for use in a system for warewashing|
Methods of acidic warewashing are disclosed. The compositions can include other materials including surfactants and chelating agents, and are preferably phosphorous free.
|Method and system for engine control|
Methods and systems are provided for use of a windshield wiper fluid having a reformulated composition including one or more non-ionic surfactants. The fluid is delivered to the windshield in response to an operator demand for wiping the windshield.
|Biorenewable biodegradable surfactants|
Disclosed are compounds of formula (i) and salts, hydrates, or solvates thereof, where r1 and r2 are defined herein, compositions containing these compounds, and methods of using these compounds in a variety of applications, such as a surfactant or performance additive.. .
|Asphalt materials containing bio-oil and methods for production thereof|
An asphalt binder includes asphalt and an asphalt binder modifier, which includes bio-oil. The asphalt binder can include a carboxyl additive.
|Method for treating skin cancer|
A method for treating skin cancer including the steps of applying an isothiocyanate functional surfactant to an area affected by skin cancer, wherein the isothiocyanate functional surfactant comprises at least one isothiocyanate functional group associated with an aliphatic and/or aromatic carbon atom of the isothiocyanate functional surfactant.. .
|Stain removing solution|
A solution having improved stain removing properties on hard surfaces, carpets and fabrics, that is easier to handle (stored or transported at lower temperatures and less corrosive) and that is environmentally friendly. The stain removing solution includes the following components: a surfactant selected from the group consisting of alcohol ethoxylates, alkyl sulfates, alkyl ether sulfates, alpha olefin sulfonates, alkyl phosphates, alkyl amidopropyl betaines, alkyl betaines, amphoacetates, amphoproprionates, amphosulfonates, amine oxides, alkanolamides, sulfosuccinates, and sultaines, a hydrotrope, and a solvent.
|High residual effect and low off-site movement auxin herbicide formulations|
The present invention generally relates to high residual effect and/or low off-site movement anionic herbicide formulations and, more particularly, auxin herbicide formulations. Generally, the formulations of the present invention include an anionic herbicide (e.g., an auxin herbicide), a particulate sorbent (e.g., silica), a cationic surfactant, and water..
|Ink composition usable in solar battery manufacturing process, and method of forming pattern using the same|
Provided are an ink composition usable in a solar battery manufacturing process, a method of forming a pattern using the ink composition, an insulation film formed of the ink composition, and an etching mask formed of the ink composition. The ink composition includes: a) a polymerizable compound having an ethylenically unsaturated bond; b) a fluorinated surfactant; and c) a solvent, wherein the ink composition has a solid content of 45 parts by weight to 99.99 parts by weight..
|Mold and mildew stain removing solution|
A solution having improved mold and mildew stain removing properties on hard surfaces, that is easier to handle (less corrosive and less malodorous) and that is environmentally friendly. The mold and mildew stain removing solution includes the following components: a surfactant selected from the group consisting of alcohol ethoxylates, alkyl sulfates, alkyl ether sulfates, alpha olefin sulfonates, alkyl phosphates, alkyl amidopropyl betaines, alkyl betaines, amphoacetates, amphoproprionates, amphosulfonates, amine oxides, alkanolamides, sulfosuccinates, and sultaines, a solvent, and at least one chelating agent.
|Three-layered hair conditioning composition and consumer product|
Personal care compositions comprising three liquid layers, particular useful for treating hair. The compositions are visually three separate layers.
|Porous nanoparticles produced by solvent-free emulsification|
The process for manufacturing porous nanoparticles disclosed herein includes feeding a dry-blended mixture of at least one resin and a neutralizing agent into a feed section of a screw extruder, injecting a surfactant solution downstream of the hopper, and adding an aqueous composition both directly after the surfactant solution as well as further downstream. Porous nanoparticles having a particle size of from about 50 nm to about 2 μm and a pore diameter of from about 20 nm to about 400 nm may be continuously recovered from the extruder following this process..
|Ink for ink jet recording apparatuses and image forming method|
An ink for ink jet recording apparatuses contains water and a pigment dispersion containing a resin and carbon black. The ink additionally contains a surfactant including a compound expressed by the general formula (i) below, and the mass average molecular weight of the resin, the dbp oil absorption of the carbon black, the content of the resin with respect to the content of the carbon black in the pigment dispersion, and the dried-by-evaporation viscosity v40, which is the viscosity of the ink at the dryness of 40% by mass, are all within the respective predetermined ranges..
|Cmp compositions and methods for suppressing polysilicon removal rates|
The present invention provides a chemical-mechanical polishing (cmp) composition suitable for polishing a silicon nitride-containing substrate while suppressing polysilicon removal from the substrate. The composition comprises abrasive particles suspended in an acidic aqueous carrier containing a surfactant comprising an alkyne-diol, an alkyne diol ethoxylate, or a combination thereof.
|Method of making nanaofluids for ground souce heat pumps and other applications|
A method on making a nanofluid using nanoparticles without the use of a surfactant to hold the nanoparticles in suspension.. .
|Method, system, and composition for producing oil|
A method, system, and composition for producing oil from a formation utilizing an oil recovery formulation comprising a surfactant, an ammonia liquid, an alkali metal carbonate or bicarbonate, a polymer, and water are provided.. .
|Oxidative internal breaker system with breaking activators for viscoelastic surfactant fluids|
Compositions and methods are given for delayed breaking of viscoelastic surfactant gels inside formation pores, particularly for use in hydraulic fracturing. Breaking inside formation pores is accomplished without mechanical intervention or use of a second fluid.
|Enhanced crude oil recovery using metal silicides|
Enhanced oil recovery techniques include introduction of alkali metal silicides into subterranean reservoirs to generate hydrogen gas, heat, and alkali metal silicate solutions in situ upon contact with water. The alkali metal silicides, such as sodium silicide, are used to recover hydrocarbons, including heavier crudes where viscosity and low reservoir pressure are limiting factors.
|Hair care products with enhanced care performance|
The present invention describes compositions for the treatment of keratinic fibers, in particular human hair, that significantly improve the conditioning properties and also the shine and feel of keratinic fibers, in particular human hair, as compared with prior-art compositions. The compositions according to the invention include as essential ingredients cationic ammonium compounds, amidoamines, ester oils, cationic polymers and sugar surfactants..
|Glycerol containing fuel mixture for direct injection engines|
The invention provides fuel mixtures containing fuel oil, glycerol, glycerol impurities and non-ionic surfactants. The mixtures remain homogeneous longer and are more chemically stable than previous mixtures.
|Conditioning dyeing agent for keratinous fibers|
The specification describes an agent for coloring keratinic fibers. The agent includes, in a cosmetically acceptable carrier, at least one oxidation dye precursor, a precursor of a nature-analogous dye, a substantive dye, or combinations thereof.
|Cleaning compositions and emulsions or microemulsions employing extended chain nonionic surfactants|
Synergistic combinations of extended chain surfactants and co-surfactants, emulsions or microemulsions and cleaning compositions incorporating the same are provided. In certain embodiments a surfactant system is disclosed which includes extended nonionic surfactants, and a linker surfactant.
|Alkyl lactyllactates and processes of making the same|
Provided are alkyl lactyllactate compositions that can be prepared from (1) lactide or alternatively lactic acid, and (2) a hydroxyl containing compound such as an alcohol, preferably a fatty alcohol or an alkoxylated alcohol, with (3) an acid catalyst. Preferably, the fatty alcohol contains from about 6 to 18 carbon atoms, such as lauryl alcohol.
|Method for producing water-absorbent resin, and water-absorbent resin obtained by same|
A method for producing a water-absorbent resin including the step of subjecting a water-soluble ethylenically unsaturated monomer to a reversed phase suspension polymerization in a petroleum hydrocarbon dispersion medium in the presence of a radical polymerization initiator and a dispersion stabilizer, wherein the method is characterized by the use of an ether-ester type nonionic surfactant as the dispersion stabilizer, and a water-absorbent resin obtained by the method, wherein the water-absorbent resin has a water-retention capacity of saline solution of 25 g/g or more, a water-absorption rate of saline solution of 50 seconds or less, and a flow index under moisture absorption of 70% or more. According to the method of the present invention, a water-absorbent resin having high water-retention capacity, excellent water-absorption rate, and further having excellent flowability under moisture absorption can be produced.
|Refreshing cream foundation in gel form|
The present invention is directed to a cosmetic composition includes (a) at least one compound selected from a sugar silicone surfactant, a gelling agent, a polyamine and a hyperbranched polyol; and (b) at least one polar modified polymer.. .
|Emulsion compositions and a method for selecting surfactants|
A method for preparing a microemulsion is disclosed which employs a method based upon identification of the phase behavior of a plurality of components comprising the microemulsion. Further disclosed is a microemulsion composition comprising a first component, coupling agent, and surfactant..
|Surfactants that improve the cleaning of lipid-based stains treated with lipases|
Described are compositions and methods relating to the removal of oily stains from fabrics and other surfaces using a lipase in combination with a selected surfactant to mediate the release of fatty acids generated by the lipase. The compositions and methods have application in, e.g., laundry cleaning and dishwashing..
|Hybrid coatings and associated methods of application|
A hybrid coating composition including an organosilane component, a metal alkoxide component and a surfactant component, with the metal alkoxide component present in the composition at a molar ratio of about 75:1 with respect to the surfactant component. The hybrid coating composition once cured on a transparent substrate has an initial clarity greater than 98.
|Propylene glycol-free spray-dried compositions and methods of producing the same|
The present invention relates to stable, propylene glycol-free and glycerin-free, spray-dried compositions containing flavors and optional surfactants for use in optically clear, liquid beverages and liquid beverage concentrates.. .
|Foam prepared from nanoemulsions and uses|
The present invention provides a foamable composition for administration to the skin, body surface, body cavity or mucosal surface, e.g., the mucosa of the nose, mouth, eye, ear, respiratory system, vagina or rectum, and methods of using such a composition to treat, alleviate, or prevent a disorder of the skin, body cavity, or mucosal surface. The foamable oil in water nano emulsion composition includes: (a) a nano oil globule system, comprising substantially of sub-micron oil globules; (b) about 0.1% to about 5% by weight of at least one stabilizing agent selected from (i) a non-ionic surfactant, (ii) an ionic surfactant, or (iii) a polymeric agent; and (c) a liquefied or compressed gas propellant at a concentration of about 3% to about 25% by weight of the total composition, water and optional ingredients.
|Image forming method and image forming apparatus|
An image forming method includes discharging an inkjet ink including a water-dispersible colorant, a wetter, a surfactant, a penetrant water-dispersible polyurethane resin having a median diameter of from 0.01 to 0.10 μm water and at least one of a polyethylene wax and a paraffin wax on the surface of the recording medium on which the inkjet ink is discharged.. .
|Methods using stimulation-capable drill-in and completion fluids|
Methods comprising providing a drill-in fluid including an aqueous carrier fluid, a surfactant; and a self-degradable filter cake-forming agent which includes a plurality of degradable particulates which are operable to form an acid upon degradation, and a plurality of acid-degradable particulates. Drilling a wellbore through a reservoir section of a subterranean formation with the drill-in fluid, forming a thin internal filter cake within the wellbore from the self-degradable filter cake-forming agent.
|Methods of using enzyme compositions|
The present disclosure relates to compositions and methods for cleaning medical and dental instruments. The disclosed compositions are preferably non-foaming or generate low foam to allow visual inspection of the cleaning process as well as safe handling of the instruments.
|Coal drying method and system|
The present invention provides a method and system for drying coal using activated alumina. The method and system dries the coal by combining coal with the activated alumina.
|Dioxirane compounds and uses thereof|
A dioxirane-containing compound has a first substituent that is an alkyl, polyalkoxy, aryl, heteroaryl, or heterocyclyl group, and a second substituent that is an electron withdrawing group, and where the first and second substituents can optionally join to form a cycloalkyl or heterocyclyl group. The dioxirane-containing compound can be used as an oxidant, surfactant, and/or an ionic liquid..
|Laundry detergents and methods for making laundry detergents containing methyl ester ethoxylates|
Laundry detergents, aqueous liquid laundry detergents, and methods for making laundry detergents are provided herein. In one embodiment, a laundry detergent includes an anionic surfactant and a nonionic surfactant including a methyl ester ethoxylate stable in an alkaline environment..
|Method for producing alloy catalyst for fuel cells using silica coating|
Disclosed is a method for producing an alloy catalyst supported on carbon, including the steps of: dispersing alloy particles into a mixed solution of water with alcohol, introducing a silica precursor thereto, and carrying out sol-gel reaction in the presence of a basic catalyst to obtain silica-coated alloy particles; supporting the silica-coated alloy particles onto a carbon carrier to obtain silica-coated alloy particles supported on carbon; heat treating the silica-coated alloy particles supported on carbon to increase an alloying degree; and removing silica coating by using inorganic base solution and a surfactant. The method for producing an alloy catalyst provides a high-quality and high-durability alloy catalyst by increasing the alloying degree of a catalyst through a heat treatment step, while forming a silica coating layer effectively on small alloy particles having a size of several nanometers to inhibit growth of the size of alloy particles.
|Cathode formed using aqueous slurry|
In one embodiment, a positive electrode is formed by a process that includes forming a slurry including particles dispersed within a liquid from a electrode formulation and the liquid such that the particles have a particle size distribution d50 of 15 microns or less, coating the slurry on a collector; and drying the coated collector to form the positive electrode. The electrode formulation includes an electrode active material, a conductive carbon source, an organic polymeric binder, and a water-soluble polymer.
|Dip-formed synthetic polyisoprene latex articles with improved intraparticle and interparticle crosslinks|
A synthetic polyisoprene latex emulsion has pre-vulcanization composition and post vulcanization composition. The pre-vulcanization composition comprises soluble sulfur with high s8 ring structure that is catalytically broken by a zinc dithiocarbamate.
|Baked snack food product with improved textural attributes|
Baked snack food product with improved textural attributes. The method for making the baked snack food product comprises mixing ingredients, extruding the ingredients to form a collet, hydrating the collet with a hydrating fluid to form a hydrated collet, and baking the hydrated collet.
|Strain of cobetia marina and biosurfactant extract obtained from same|
The invention discloses a bacterial strain of non pathogenic cobetia marina useful in aquaculture, corresponding to an isolated cobetia marina strain, gram negative, oxidase positive, deposited under registry number cect n° 7764; grows with dibenzothiophene (dbt) as the only carbon source. Also disclosed is a method to obtain a biosurfactant surfactant extract comprising growing strain cobetia marina (mm1ida2h-1) cect n° 7764 in a reactor with liquid growth medium from 24 to 48 hours at a temperature between 10 and 35° c., ph 6 to 8; constant stirring between 100 to 400 rpm and oxygen saturation between 10 to 21%; until obtaining a grown cell culture and extracellular products plus inorganic salts; separating the cells, lyophilizing supernatant, sieve the obtained powder and dry.
|Method for making customised nanoparticles, nanoparticles and uses thereof|
A method for the production of biodegradable nanoparticles with an average particle size of less than 400 nm. In a first step, a macromonomer is prepared in a ring opening polymerization process between a hydrophilic acrylate compound (a) as an initiator and hydrophobic cyclic monomers (b), wherein the macromonomer comprises at least two repetitive units based on the cyclic monomer.
|Detergent compositions dispersed in personal care products comprising a sorbent carrier|
Detergent compositions and detergent compositions dispersed in personal care products are provided herein. In one embodiment, a detergent composition is provided and comprises a sorbent carrier.
|Low viscosity meta-stable photoprotection composition|
A meta-stable photoprotective composition, a product including the meta-stable composition, and a method of protecting a keratinous substrate from uv radiation by applying the product are provided. The meta-stable photoprotective composition includes at least one water-in-oil emulsifier having a hydrophilic-lipophilic balance (hlb) of less than 6, at least one non-ionic oil-in-water emulsifier having an hlb of greater than 9, at least one ionic surfactant, and at least one sunscreen active ingredient.
Anti-baffr antibodies are formulated as lyophilisate or liquid formulation. The lyophilisates can be reconstituted to give a solution with a high concentration of the antibody active ingredient for delivery to a patient without high levels of antibody aggregation.
|Conditioning compositions for keratinous substrates|
The present invention is directed towards a conditioning composition comprising, in an aqueous medium, at least one nonionic film forming polymer; at least one viscosity modifying agent; at least one cationic polymer; at least one cationic surfactant; and wherein the composition is free of silicones. Preferably, the composition is clear in appearance.
|Toothpaste for electric toothbrushes|
Agents and methods are provided for toothpaste for an electric toothbrush. The oral and dental care and cleaning agent includes at least one anionic surfactant and at least one amphoteric surfactant.
The invention relates to non-aqueous dentifrice compositions comprising a surfactant system. The surfactant system consists of a combination of surfactants i.e., a betaine and a taurate surfactant; or a betaine and an alkyl sulphate surfactant; or a betaine, a taurate and an alkyl sulphate surfactant..