Introduction to Cosmetic Formulation and Technology

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 13, 2015 - Science - 720 pages

Designed as an educational and training text, this book provides a clear and easily understandable review of cosmetics and over the counter (OTC) drug-cosmetic products. The text features learning objectives, key concepts, and key terms at the beginning and review questions and glossary of terms at the end of each chapter section.

• Overviews functions, product design, formulation and development, and quality control of cosmetic ingredients
• Discusses physiological, pharmaceutical, and formulation knowledge of decorative care products
• Reviews basic terms and definitions used in the cosmetic industry and provides an overview of the regulatory environment in the US
• Includes learning objectives, key concepts, and key terms at the beginning and review questions and glossary of terms at the end of each chapter section
• Has PowerPoint slides as ancillaries, downloadable from the book's wiley.com page, for adopting professors

 

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Contents

list the major ingredient types of facial cleansers and provide some examples for each type
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list some problems that the pH of traditional soaps can cause
14
differentiate between facial scrubs and facial toners
15
differentiate between rinseoff and peeloff facial cleansers
16
differentiate between dry and wet cleansing cloths
17
discuss the advantages of liquid body cleansers over bar soaps
18
explain what the effects of body cleansers containing abrasives are
19
differentiate between regular moisturizer and specialty body washes
20
Skin cleansing products contain surfactants that are capable of emulsifying waterinsoluble ingredients into micelles which can be easily washed away ...
152
Cleansing products can be categorized in several ways including their cleansing
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In addition to simple cleansing hand washing has an essential role in infection
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Typical qualityrelated issues of skin cleansing products include sticky bath salts
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The most frequently tested efficacy parameter is the antimicrobial activity
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Review Questions for Section 2
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Genderrelated differences in the physiology
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briefly discuss how bath oils should be used
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differentiate between floating and soluble bath oils
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explain the function of surfactants in floating bath oils
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name a few commonly used salts in bath salts
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Classification of Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products
25
differentiate between antiseptics and disinfectants
26
briefly discuss how alcohol kills germs on the hands
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name active ingredients used in alcoholbased hand sanitizers
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name active ingredients used in waterbased hand sanitizers
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explain why alcoholbased hand sanitizers do not have persistent killing effect
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list some typical quality issues that may occur during the formulation andor use of skin cleansing products and explain why they may occur
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list the typical quality parameters that are regularly tested for skin cleanser prod ucts and briefly describe their method of evaluation
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briefly discuss the potential safety issues with regard to the use of parabens tri closan sodium lauryl sulfate and microbeads in skin cleansers
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name the efficacy parameter that is generally tested for topical antiseptics claim ing antimicrobial effects and describe the method of evaluation
34
list the typical containers available for skin cleanser products
35
Dosage Forms for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic
50
Agerelated changes in skin barrier func
55
Glossary of Terms for Section 3
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Labeling Tutorial for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic
90
Glossary of Terms for Section 2
103
Government and Independent Organizations in the Cosmetic
109
References
116
Glossary of Terms for Section 4
122
Glossary of Terms for Section 1
140
KEY CONCEPTS 1 Skin cleansing products including facial cleansers bath and shower products and hand cleansing products can be classified as eith...
150
Introduction
206
Review Questions for Section 3
227
Glossary of Terms for Section 4
261
Key Concepts
274
Deodorants and Antiperspirants
315
Review Questions for Section 6
337
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Review Questions for Section 1
367
Glossary of Terms for Section 2
392
Key Concepts
398
Glossary of Terms for Section 3
412
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Glossary of Terms for Section 1
460
Hair Styling Products Hair Straightening Products
487
Glossary of Terms for Section 3
515
Hair Coloring Products
522
Glossary of Terms for Section 4
538
Oral and Dental Care Products
545
Other Products
585
Actuation force Antiseptic Bath product Chemical cleansing
586
Review Questions for Section 1
609
Glossary of Terms for Section 2
632
Review Questions for Section 3
650
Key for Review Questions
679
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GABRIELLA BAKI is an Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutics at the University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (UT CPPS). She serves as the main instructor in UT CPPS's undergraduate program, the BS in Pharmaceutical Sciences Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design. Dr. Baki is a pharmacist, graduated in 2008 from the University of Szeged, Hungary, and from where she also has a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics.

KENNETH S. ALEXANDER is Professor of Pharmacy at The University of Toledo and has been there since 1972. He developed the Industrial Pharmacy graduate program at this institution and is currently its Coordinator. In 2003, he developed the BSPS Pharmaceutics Major and, in 2011, the Cosmetic Science and Formulation Design Major, and is currently the Coordinator for both undergraduate programs. He graduated from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy & Science and the University of Rhode Island.

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