2009

Topical Products to Suppress Pain During Epilation

A company is seeking topically applied products and/or chemical technologies to eliminate or suppress pain sensation associated with epilation of undesired hair from skin. Pain elimination or suppression should be quick (<5 minutes) upon application on skin, and the effect should be temporary (lasting about 30 minutes), similar to topical anesthetics. Products can be in the form of liquid, gel, cream, or lotion to easily apply or spray on skin; should not have any undesired side effects on skin (irritation, itching, redness); and derived from natural sources and with herbal properties.

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