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Cooling Substrates with Hydrophilic Containment Layer and Method of Making

SpecialChem / Nov 9, 2011

Generally, dry wiping products and particularly dry substrates that, when held against the skin, can provide a cooling sensation are disclosed herein. In one embodiment, for instance, the substrate can contain a facial tissue. The facial tissue can be used to provide comfort to a user's nose. For example, when suffering from the common cold, a person's nose can become inflamed and sore. In one emb

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