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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,
Table of Contents
Introduction. Target Organs for Cosmetic Products. Microscopic Structure of Epidermis. Racial (Ethnic) Differences in Skin Properties. The Objective Data. The Human Periorbital Wrinkles. Filaggrin and Dry Skin. Hair. The Normal Nail. Cosmetic Vehicles. Main Cosmetic Vehicles. Encapsulation to Deliver Topical Actives. Encapsulation Using Porous Microsphere. Liposomes. Novel Liposomes. Elastic Vesicles as Topical/Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems. Topical Delivery by Iontophoresis. Using Iontophoresis to Enhance Cosmetics Delivery. Cosmetic Patches. Cosmetic Ingredients. Antibacterial Agents and Preservatives. Colorants. Skin Feel Agents. Hydrating Substances. Ceramides and Lipids.Silicones - A Key Ingredient in Cosmetic and Toiletry Formulations. UV Filters. Skin Whitening : Ellagic Acid. Skin Whitening: New Hydroquinone Combination.Alpha Hydroxy Acids. Surfactants : Physico-Chemistry. Classification of Surfactants. Anti-Irritants for Surfactant-Based Products. Sea Water Salts. Effect on Inflammatory Skin Disease: An Overview. Antioxidants. Dexpanthenol. Hair Conditioners. Cosmetic Products. Skincare Products. Antiwrinkle Products. Artificial Tanning Products. Skin Whitening Products. Anticellulite Products. Skin Cleansing Bars. Skin Cleansing Liquids. Hair Cosmetics. Oral-Care Products. Decorative Products. Cosmetics for Nails. Antiperspirants. Deodorants. Cosmetics For Men. Baby Care Products. Cosmetics for The Elderly. Testing Cosmetic Products. Stability Testing of Cosmetic Products. Stability Control : Microbiological Tests. In Vitro Tests for Skin Irritation. Reconstructed Corneal And Skin Models for Irritation Testing. In Vitro Reconstructed Human Skin and Skin Organ Models for Cosmetic Efficacy Testing. Squamometry : A Sensitive Testing Approach. Tests for Sensitive Skin. Tests for Skin Hydration. Tests for Skin Protection: Barrier Effect. Tribological Studies on Skin: Measurement of The Coefficient of Friction. Anti-Itch Testing (Antipruritics). Evaluation
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