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November 18, 1950

Committee on Cosmetics

JAMA. 1950;144(12):1004-1005. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920120028009

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Abstract

John H. Breck, Incorporated 

Breck pH7 Protective Cream.—  A bland, neutral type protective cream which contains wool fat, bentonite, methyl cellulose and talc in a vanishing cream base. It covers the site of application with an invisible protective film resistant to oils, dirt, dust, greases, grime and similar other industrial soils and irritants. (Jar: 5 lb., 1 lb. and 8 oz.)

Breck Work Cream.—  A neutral, soft, white vanishing cream preparation containing wool fat, cetyl alcohol, stearic acid and polyethylene glycols to be applied to the hands after exposure to degreasing materials. Its purpose is to temporarily substitute fatty materials for natural skin oils removed, thus preventing dryness and chapping and keeping the hands smooth and pliable. (Jar: 1 lb. and 8 oz.)

Breck Hand Cleaner.—  A mild, nonalkaline, nonabrasive, nonlathering liquid skin cleanser which consists of sulfonated vegetab'e oil, a penetrating agent, and a water-softening ingredient, sodium hexametaphosphate. Its

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