Anton C. de Groot
November 10, 2017
by CRC Press
Reference - 1472 Pages - 399 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138561137 - CAT# K43459
Series: Monographs in Contact Allergy
Monographs in Contact Allergy, Volume 1: Non-Fragrance Allergens in Cosmetics (Part 1 and Part 2) is the first 2-part volume in an exciting series on contact allergy.
It presents over 500 natural or synthetic chemicals and compounds which have caused allergic contact dermatitis in cosmetic products. Included here are INCI names, synonyms, description/definition, CAS and EU numbers, chemical class, function in cosmetics, molecular formula, structural formula and advice on patch tests. A full literature review is given of patch testing in patients, case reports of cosmetic allergic contact dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, photosensitivity, immediate contact reactions and systemic side effects.
This text is suitable for anyone with an interest in contact allergy, from university students to professionals, and all readers will find this informative and detailed series an invaluable resource.
About the author.
Chapter 1: Introduction.
Chapter 2: Monographs of chemicals and substances in cosmetics that have caused allergic contact dermatitis.
Chapter 2 (Ctd.): Monographs of chemicals and substances in cosmetics that have caused allergic contact dermatitis.
Chapter 3: Monographs of chemicals and substances in cosmetics that have caused immediate-type reactions.
Chapter 4: Monographs of chemicals and substances in cosmetics that have caused photosensitivity.
Chapter 5: Functional classes and chemicals/substances in these classes that have caused allergic cosmetic dermatitis.
Chapter 6: List of synonyms.
'Anton de Groot has outdone himself!
In Monographs in Contact Allergy, he has provided a 2 volume-catalog of close to 500 non-fragrance chemicals in cosmetics that span the common and the rare.
This authoritative compendium will be a useful resource for those of us -- academicians, practitioners, industry professionals -- who manage, study, and think about individuals with contact dermatitis.'
– Ponciano D. Cruz, Jr., MD, Editor-in-Chief, Dermatitis