Chanel has filed a patent application for “perfumes in the form of aqueous microemulsions.” Invention is credited to Jean-Marie AUBRY, Oriana BOUCENNA VERDIER, Gregory DOUYERE, Corentine MAINGUY, Veronique RATAJ-NARDELLO.
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According to the filing: The microemulsion can therefore be used to produce a fine fragrance composition or a cosmetic or personal hygiene composition.
An oil-in-water microemulsion including, in weight percentages: between 70% and 94% of water; between 1% and 15% of at least one perfumed hydrophobic substance; between 4% and 20% of at least one preferably volatile solvo-surfactant, which is a monoalkylated glycerol derivative of formula (I); and between 0.1% and 15% of at least one anionic surfactant and at least one alkyl glucoside as a hydrotropic agent. The microemulsion can therefore be used to produce a fine fragrance composition or a cosmetic or personal hygiene composition.
The invention relates to aqueous volatile fragrancing microemulsions based on the use of solvo-surfactants.
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