Throughout our lives, we have used numerous objects that often we do not know which has been its origin, there is a lot in the market, which if we enumerate them we not end ever, but is worth mentioning some of these inventions that made life easier for us in one way or another. Firstly we can not fail to mention hygiene products and which are considered necessities. As star product in this category include disposable diapers, which date back to the second world war, it is shortly after this ends a woman from Indiana, came up with the idea of sewing an absorbent type (role) material to a cover a bathroom curtain plastic, this invention patented it and called it float, because that kept dry the child and without eruptions on the skin. He invented this woman was not supported in principle, and it wasn’t but Victor Mills, who if he found the proper utility, creating the brand of diapers Pampers, which belongs to the Procter & Gamble Company, currently this brand possesses 31.5 per cent of market share in comparison to its closest competitor the Huggies brand of the company Kimberly Clark, who has 22.3 percent of the market. The second innovative product corresponds to the shampoo and conditioners for the hair, which were created by a cosmetologist named Jheri Redding, who was the owner of a beauty salon, and occurred to him to create a line of products for hair care, his invention was far beyond as he devoted himself to create complete products lines today they lead the marketsuch is the case of Redken Laboratories, who was acquired by Loreal, Nexxus, among others. Another invention that brought so many solutions and contributing to improve the quality of life of many people especially those who are diabetic, products sweetened with saccharin, which arose in the beginning, then give way to so-called sweeteners without calories, which are sweetened with a component called aspartame, content by large amount of marks, finally arises the component called content by the Splenda brand sucralose, which is a compound based on granulated sugar.