Consumer products

ConsumerProducts - Overview - Products - Text


A range of different products exists and, most often, they are advertised as being stain, dirt or water-repellent properties. Examples of such products include coats, trousers, t-shirts, shirts and ties. Several textile products also claim to have antibacterial properties, including underwear, T-shirts and socks, as well as cushions, blankets and mattress covers.1


Many different nanocosmetics exists on the market. These include shower gel, cleansing oil, facial mask, essence, sunscreen, lipsticks, hair colorants, antiaging creams, anti-wrinkle creams and perfumes.2 



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Gupta, V., Mohapatra, S., Mishra, H., Farooq, U., Kumar, K., Ansari, M. J., Aldawsari, M. F., Alalaiwe, A. S., Mirza, M. A., & Iqbal, Z. (2022). Nanotechnology in cosmetics and cosmeceuticals - A review of latest advancements. Gels, 8(3), 173.