Cosmetics Additives: An Industrial Guide

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Noyes Publications, 1991 - Medical - 886 pages
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Describes about 4000 cosmetics additives currently available for industrial use, compiled from information from 84 manufacturers and distributors. The cosmetics and personal care products industry has a $60 billion market worldwide, and future growth is expected. In the US the market breaks down roughly into: hair care-20%, fragrances-20%, skin care-14%, makeup-17%, deodorants and skin and body lotions-10%, and oral care products-10%. Growth is expected in products targeting ethnic markets and working women. The book lists the following product information, as available, in the manufacturer's own words: (1) Company name and product category, (2) Trade name and product number, (3) Product description. Also included are a Trade Name Index and a list of Suppliers' Addresses.

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Ernest W. Flick, previously a chemical industry quality assurance administrator and technical writer

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