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Compositions Comprising Solid Particles Encapsulated in a Cross-Linked Silicone Matrix and Methods of Making the Same

SpecialChem / Nov 6, 2013

In one aspect, the present invention relates to a topical composition comprising a dispersion of treated particles in a cosmetically or pharmaceutically acceptable carrier, wherein each of the treated particles comprises one or more core particles encapsulated in a cross-linked silicone matrix, and wherein each of the treated particles possesses an electrical potential in the range of from about -

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