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Title:
OZONEED AROMATIC OIL SKIN LOTION MADE FROM PHOTOCHEMICALS
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2024/005724
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
This invention, skin regeneration, wound healing and herbal phytochemicals derived from extraction and ozonated oils in the cosmetic industry as a skin applied is composed of aromatic herbal oils and alcohol antiseptic lotion and thawing of the property within the various phytochemical (10), the addition of effective therapeutic aromatic structures (20), the solution obtained with mixing liquid vegetable oil blends (30), an emulsion is obtained or until the mixture until the reaching point of the desired degree of fluidity, which increases ozone antiseptic property to be made in the process (40), and the addition of the solution of silver (50), the addition of boric acid solution (60) energy and color rendering properties with antioxidant properties, black figs (Ficus carica), watermelon, tomatoes, red peppers, melons, saffron, collard greens, black grapes, eggplant, red onions, black plum, Mulberry, pomegranate, rose, strawberry, sugar beet (Beta vulgaris), cactus fruit, bougainvillea (bougainvillea glabra), cocks (amaranth), Cactus Opuntia stricta fruit found in sources such as named, carotenoids, anthocyanins and phytochemical betasiyani the addition of dyes in at least one of the species (70) that has antioxidant properties of plant and animal origin and glutathione, vitamin A, vitamin C, various vitamins, such as vitamin E, superoxide dismutase, catalase, peroxidase antioxidant substances, the addition of at least one of the antioxidant substances such as peroxidase (80) occurs in the process steps.

Inventors:
ÖZSUNAR YELDA (TR)
Application Number:
PCT/TR2022/050667
Publication Date:
January 04, 2024
Filing Date:
June 27, 2022
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
OEZSUNAR YELDA (TR)
International Classes:
C11C3/00; A61K9/107; A61K36/00
Domestic Patent References:
WO2005032522A12005-04-14
Foreign References:
US20210007360A12021-01-14
US11241371B12022-02-08
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
KUANTUM PATENT INC (TR)
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Claims:
CLAIMS - The invention relates to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals, and its feature is; dissolving antiseptic and aromatic phytochemical vegetable oils (10) in alcohol or adding herbal liquid ingredients, minerals and vitamins obtained by distillation-extraction system,

Addition of aromatic structures (20), which are active ingredients such as therapeutically effective Cineol, Anethole, Eugenol, Karvkrol, Cinnamaldehyde, mixing the obtained liquid solution (30) and vegetable oil mixtures, Ozonation of the mixture (40), which increases the antiseptic properties until the emission is achieved or the fluidity reaches the desired level, adding silver solution (50), adding boric acid solution (60),

- Ficus carica, watermelon, tomato, red pepper, melon, saffron, black cabbage, black grape, eggplant, red onion, black plum, black mulberry, pomegranate, rose, strawberry, beetroot, which has antioxidant properties and gives energy and color. Addition of at least one of the phytochemical dyestuffs (70) in carotenoid, anthocyanin and betacyanin species found in sources such as (beta vulgaris), cactus fruit, bougainvillea (bougainvillea glabra), amaranth, opuntia stricta and

It is the addition of at least one of the antioxidant substances (80) such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, peroxidase, and various vitamins such as glutathione, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, of plant and animal origin, which have antioxidant properties. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals and its feature is; it is to be used as a hand lotion by emulsifying it with cologne and increasing its antimicrobial properties. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals and its feature is; it is characterized by the selection of antiseptic and aromatic phytochemical vegetable oils from cinnamon leaf oil and/or clove oil and/or thyme oil and/or lavender essential oil and combinations. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals and its feature is; it is characterized by the selection of vitamins among the A, D, E and K vitamins, which are soluble in fixed fats, and their combinations. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from said phytochemicals, and its feature is; it is characterized by the addition of minerals Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc elements to the skin lotion in liquid form, using natural or external addition methods. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals and its feature is;

- Distillation method: (a) Hydro distillation, b) Steam distillation, c) Vacuum distillation,

- Extraction method: a) Solvent extraction, b) Supercritical fluid extraction, c) Microwave-assisted extraction, d) Pressurized solvent extraction, e) Solid phase microextraction (Solid phase microextraction), f) Simultaneous distillation extraction and

It is characterized by containing herbal liquid ingredients obtained by using the mechanical extraction. - As mentioned in Claim 1, it is related to ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals and its feature is; it is characterized by adding 0.01-10% silver nitrate in water with the chemical symbol AgNO3 as a silver solution to the skin lotion.

Description:
OZONEED AROMATIC OIL SKIN LOTION MADE FROM PHOTOCHEMICALS

Technological Field:

This invention relates to phytochemicals that are used in skin rejuvenation, wound healing, and cosmetics, as well as distillation, ethanolic extractions, and ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion. To boost its antimicrobial characteristics, this substance is emulsified with alcohol, mineral water, plant liquids (such as thyme juice), and ozonized. It is designed to be used on the skin as a protective, nourishing, and restorative, specifically on the hands.

Prior Art:

Numerous investigations have been conducted on the antioxidant and wound-healing properties of aromatic oils derived from phytochemicals. For example, it is possible to reach many studies on the wound healing properties of St. John's Wort Oil obtained by distillation or ethanolic extraction method. Antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antiinflammatory, and antidepressant activities of these oils have been proven in studies. (Adv Wound Care (New Rochelle). 2017 Dec 1; 6(12): 401-406. Published onlinl7 Dec 1. doi 10.1089/wound.2017.0746 Wound-Healing Potential of Oil of Hypercium perforatum in Excision Wounds of Male Sprague Dawley Rats ) (Rusak A, Rybak Z. New directions of research related to chronic wound healing. Polim Med 2013;43: 199- 204 [PubMed] [Google Scholar]) Preliminary studies indicate that integrating various phytochemical antioxidant dyestuffs (such as betalains), which is an antioxidant agent, will strengthen the antioxidant impact of the aforementioned skin protecting and healing solution.

Cologne has a history that goes back to the 1600s in Germany, when it eventually became one of the most widely used care products in Europe and later the rest of the world. Cologne takes its name from the city of Cologne, where it was first produced, and is called "Eau de Cologne" in English and "Kblnisch Wasser" in German, that is, "Cologne Water". The content of the cologne consists of essences, alcohol and water. The volatile alcohol in cologne has a refreshing effect, which is why it is given to those who are unwell and have a headache. Originally, cologne was utilized for medicinal purposes. Cologne, which is commonly used as an antibacterial and to alleviate digestive problems, is also thought to be effective against the plague.

While the earliest colognes used essences like rosemary, lemon, orange flower, and bergamot, today's colognes include jasmine, green tea, tangerine, fig, tobacco, walnut leaves, violet, lily flower, olive blossom, pine, and lilac flower, among others.

In 1882, Ahmet Faruki started manufacturing cologne in our country. Cologne has become an essential element of the ritual of hosting guests as well as personal care, and providing cologne to visitors has become one of the Turkish rituals. Diizce's tobacco, Rize's tea, Antalya's citrus flower cologne, Trabzon's hazelnut cologne, Edremit and Ayvalk's olive flower cologne, and Gaziantep's pepper and pistachio cologne are just a just some Turkey's famous cologne variations.

The scent provided by the cologne's essence, as well as the antibacterial property derived from the alcohol, have changed through time, and colognes have become more diversified. These researches focused on preventing alcohol's drying effect on the skin, improving its antibacterial effects, and so on.

Supplementary and complementary food products are becoming increasingly popular around the world. Rational nutrition and strengthening of the human body, particularly the immune system, which is subjected to oxidative stress, is particularly important in disease prevention; its protection with antioxidants is frequently emphasized, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Aside from the health benefits, natural and organic dietary supplements and colorants are becoming more popular than chemical products due to their harmony with nature and ecological balance. The belief that these items are safe and healthy motivates research institutes and the food sector to investigate these concerns. The harmful and allergenic consequences of chemical synthetic colorants, particularly red color, are widely highlighted. As a result, developing safe alternatives to these compounds used in food and cosmetics is becoming increasingly essential.

The TR200908065 numbered patent application, titled "Creamy Cologne," relates to compositions that are formulated to provide moisture balance of the skin, such as a cream, combined with cologne used for refreshing, scenting, and disinfecting the skin. The objective of this application is to prevent the drying effect of alcohol with a cream.

The goal of the CN101461771 application, titled "Non-Alcoholic Traditional Chinese Medicine Cologne and Production Method," is to provide toilet water that can prevent the effect of alcohol on human skin health and increase the safety of use. It contains 0.3- 1 percent disinfectant, 1-3 percent oil-soluble cologne essential oil, 1-2 times its weight solvent, 1-5 percent traditional Chinese medicine extraction solution, and deionized water. The product mentioned in this application is devoid of antiseptic properties due to the absence of alcohol.

In consideration of these circumstances, a product with strong antibacterial qualities, no detrimental impact on the skin's moisture balance, and all of the characteristics of a fragrant and complicated manufacturing process will meet the demand in the relevant field.

Description of the Invention:

If the wound healing feature and/or alcohol are added due to the reparative effect of the antioxidant phytochemicals added to it, this invention, an aromatic oily hand lotion, will transform into a product with high antiseptic properties, no negative effects on the moisture balance of the skin, fragrant, and without a complex manufacturing process.

In the invention, ozonation was used to enhance the effect of some phytochemical products with antiseptic properties (such as thyme juice or betalains), while aromatic oils were used to reduce the hand drying effect of cologne. Aromatic oils' skin nourishing and aromatherapeutic effects also contribute to personal hygiene and health. Explanation of the Figures:

The invention will be explained with reference to the accompanying drawings in order to truly comprehend and appreciate its characteristics, even though the invention is not intended to be restricted to these specific embodiments. Furthermore, it is designed to cover all innovation alternatives, modifications, and equivalents that are within the scope of the invention as stated by the attached claims. The details described are for illustrative purposes only and are presented to provide the most helpful and easy-to- understand description of both the embodiment of the methods as well as the conventions and conceptual characteristics of the invention. In these drawings;

Figure 1 is the production process step of the invention.

Figure 2 is the production process step of the invention.

Figures which will help in understanding this invention are numbered as is shown in the attached image and listed below with their names.

Disclosure of References:

10. Dissolving Oils

20. Addition Of Aromatic

30. Mixing

40. Ozonation Process

50. Addition Of Silver Solution

60. Adding Acid Solution

70. Addition Of At Least One of The Dyestuffs

80. Addition Of At Least One of The Antioxidants

Description of the Invention:

The invention generally consists of the steps of dissolving vegetable oils, adding aromatic structures, providing mixing, ozonation and adding additives. The subject described in this invention is, Ozonated aromatic oily skin lotion derived from phytochemicals, dissolving antiseptic and aromatic phytochemical vegetable oils (10) in alcohol or by various distillation or extraction methods, adding aromatic structures (20), which are active ingredients such as therapeutically effective Cineol, Anethole, Eugenol, Karvkrol, Cinnamaldehyde, mixing the obtained liquid solution and vegetable oil mixtures (30), ozonation that increases the antiseptic feature of the mixture until an emulsion is obtained or the fluidity reaches the desired level (40), and when necessary, silver solution is added (50), adding boric acid solution (60) has antioxidant properties, Ficus carica, watermelon, tomato, red pepper, melon, saffron, black cabbage, black grape, eggplant, red onion, black plum, black mulberry, Adding at least one of the phytochemical dyestuffs (70) in carotenoid, anthocyanin and betacyanin types found in sources such as pomegranate, rose, strawberry, beta vulgaris, cactus fruit, bougainvillea glabra, amaranth , opuntia stricta, cactus fruit and various vitamins such as glutathione of vegetable and animal origin, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, which have antioxidant properties, and the addition of at least one of the antioxidant substances (80) such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, peroxidase. (Figure-1 and Figure-2)

It is used as a hand lotion by increasing its antimicrobial properties by emulsifying with cologne.

In the invention, antiseptic and aromatic phytochemical vegetable oils are selected from cinnamon leaf oil and/or clove oil and/or thyme oil and/or lavender essential oil and combinations.

In the invention, the vitamins are selected among the A, D, E and K vitamins, which dissolve in fixed oils, and their combinations.

In the invention, the liquid compound form of Magnesium, Selenium, Zinc elements as minerals are added to the skin lotion using natural or external addition methods.

In the invention, Distillation method: (a) Hydro distillation, b) Steam distillation, c) Vacuum distillation, Extraction method: a) Solvent extraction, b) Supercritical fluid extraction, c) Micro wave-assisted extraction, d) Pressurized solvent extraction, e) Solid phase microextraction, f) Very Herbal liquid ingredients are obtained by using Simultaneous distillation extraction and Mechanical extraction.

In the invention, 0.01-10% silver nitrate in water with the chemical symbol AgNO3 is added to the skin lotion as a silver solution.