US 1932326 A
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Oct. 24, 1933.
E. SIEVERS 1,932,326 PACKING WRAPPER,
ESPECIALLY USEFUL FOR SHAME NG AND HAIR DYEING MATERIALS Filed July 16 Patented Oct. 24, 1933 PATENT OFFICE PACKING OR WRAPPER, ESPECIALLY USE- FUL FOR SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DYE- ING MATERIALS Erich Sievers, Berlin, Germany Application July 16, 1931,
in Czechoslovakia, Sweden,
Norway May 4, 1931 1 Claim.
This invention relates to a packing or wrapper especially useful for shampooing and hair dyeing materials which packing or wrapper in wellknown manner consists of a bag containing the 5 shampooing or other material and a preserving cover consisting of a vitreous film, such as cellophane or such like.
The feature of the invention resides in the fact that the preserving cover which, hitherto, was useless and for this reason thrown away, can be utilized. This, according to the present invention,
is thereby attained, in that with the preserving cover is combined a number of elastics or rubber cords or one such elastic or rubber cord only and that further said cover is so formed that after ripping it open it may be united with the elastic or rubber cord and then utilized as a preserving mask for the face of the user during the shampooing and washing action.
In the accompanying drawing is shown an example of the subject matter of the invention; Fig. l is a perspective view of the packing viewed from one side, and Fig. 2 is a similar representation viewed from the other side. Fig/1a is a transversal section of the new packing, while Fig. 2a shows, on a larger scale, a transversal section of the edge of the packing. Figs. 3, 3a and b are representations illustrating the utilization of the cover as a preserving mask.
A is a bag containing the shampooing material and B is a wrapper which, for example, contains a hair-glossing powder serving for treating the hair. These containers A and B are enclosed by the protective or preserving cover a which suitably consists of a vitreous film of cellophane or such like. Elastics or rubber-cords b I) embrace the wrapper B and are also surrounded by the preserving or protective cover a.
As shown in Figs. 2 and 3 the preserving cover Serial No. 551,286, and Austria, and
a at its two edges adjoining each other is strengthened by a lining c of card-board or such like. Said lining at both ends and in the center is provided with pairs of slots at so that, after ripping up the lining along a line of perforations 00 provided in the central part of said lining, and after introducing the elastics or rubber cords b into the slots d of the strengthening linings, the preserving cover a, as shown in Fig. 3a, by pulling the elastics over the ears of the user, may be used as facial preservative. The edge of the cellophane sheet may then be strained in such a manner that it is closely applied tothe forehead of the user and that no liquid is allowed to wet parts of his face.
It is still more suitable to fold the cover illustrated in Fig. 3 in the center along the dotted lines shown in Figs. 2 and 3 and to attach the elastics by means of the slots 11 situated one upon the other, as shown in Fig. 3b. Hereby not only a more suitable and smoother application of the preserving mask near the temples but also a secure fastening of the mask is warranted because the laterally strengthened edges 0 are strained as well in their lower as their upper parts, so that these edges are closely applied on their whole length to the face and no liquid is allowed to enter here.
What I claim is:
A device of the character described comprising a sheet of'transparent film material, strips of reinforcing material fixed to opposed marginal edges of said sheet, said strips having slots formed at the end portions and opening at the extremities of the strips for engagement with rubber bands whereby said sheet may be stretched across the face by passing the rubber bands about the ears.