Handbook of Cosmetic Science and Technology, Second Edition
Barel Andre, Howard I. Maibach, Andre O. Barel
Taylor & Francis, 1978 - Medical - 1040 pages
Ranging from studies on the structure and function of the skin to research on a wide array of cosmetic compounds, this Second Edition updates readers on the latest regulatory guidelines, new cosmetic ingredients, state-of-the-art safety assessment technologies, and anticipated trends in the market-keeping pace with rapid advancements in chemistry, physics, biology, cosmetology, and toxicology to stand alone as the foremost guide to the subject.
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