Cosmetics & Toiletries Books

Formulation and Preparation of Cosmetics, Fragrances

Approx Price: Rs 3,780 / Piece(s) 
The Formulation & Preparation of Cosmetics, Fragrances & Flavors


By Louis Appell

160 x 240 mm, 6" x 9.5"

Hardback, 464 pages

Louis Appell’s book on Formulation and Preparation Of Cosmetics, Fragrances And Flavors is the revised version of his own book that was first published in 1982. This book deals with various facets of the formulation of perfumes, cosmetics and flavors. Their manufacturing processes are also explained in this book.


  • Main chapter deals with the formulation of cosmetics and toiletries of every description and contains more than 200 ingredient label declarations of leading cosmetics with over 250 formulations suggested for the preparation of similar products.
  • The systematically arranged formulas include 50 french-style perfumes, 30 high-class colognes, 75 floral perfumes, 130 cosmetic perfumes, some imitation essential oils, special perfume bases and perfumes for cosmetics and soaps.

Formulating Natural Cosmetics

Approx Price: Rs 13,211 / Piece(s) 
Written by Anthony C. Dweck, Formulating Natural Cosmetics gives valuable information on different materials that are used for manufacturing natural cosmetics. Some of the topics discussed in this book include fixed oils, fats and waxes, minerals, natural colors, botanical extracts and much more.


  • Published in 2010
  • Hardcover


  • 300 fixed oils, 200 essential oils and 600 botanical extracts
  • The extensive section on color brings together knowledge and chemistry


Topics include:


  • Natural vegetable and fixed oils
  • Natural butters
  • Natural waxes
  • Saponins (emulsifier)
  • Natural Preservatives
  • Minerals
  • Botanical extracts
  • Essential oils (fragrance)
  • Natural actives
  • Isoflavones, phytohormones and phytosterols
  • Anti-irritants
  • Natural color
  • Gemmotherapy
  • Legal Issues

Naturals and Organics in Cosmetics Trends and Technology

Approx Price: Rs 96,400 / Piece(s) 

Naturals and Organics in Cosmetics
Trends and Technology
edited by Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr.

Over the years there have been many changes in the cosmetics industry, but none more far-reaching and profound than the "greening" of cosmetics. The concept has been embraced by consumers and marketing professionals throughout the industry, despite the fact that an exact definition is elusive.

Naturals and Organics in Cosmetics: Trends and Technology is your convenient, one-stop guide to green formulating. Arm yourself with the information you need to keep up with consumer demand of natural and organic products.

This new edition includes 35 new chapters not found in the previous edition, two of which are brand new chapters never before seen in print. Also included is a brand new chapter by Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr. on Green Star ratings and a chapter on the current status of the industry by David C. Steinberg.


I Background


  1. Current Status
  2. Organic Cosmetic Standards: A New Formulation Challenge
  3. Greening Personal Care Chemistry
  4. Building Natural Products
  5. Green Star Rating for Cosmetic Compounds and Formulations
  6. Green Formulations: Not All Components are Equal
  7. Keeping Cosmeceuticals Cosmetic
  8. Organic and Natural: Caveat Emptor
  9. DNA: Hard Evidence of Cosmeceutical Claims

II Introduction


  1. Natural and Organic: The Emerging Revolution
  2. The Blossoming of Naturals I: The Buying Public
  3. The Blossoming of Naturals II: The Impact of Wellness/ Naturals Globally
  4. The Blossoming of Naturals III: Raw Materials

III Formulating


  1. Navigating the Challenges of Formulating with Naturals
  2. Mildness Meets Greenness
  3. Vernix Caseosa: The Ultimate Natural Cosmetic?
  4. A "Green" Microemulsion for Improved Conditioning Performance of Shampoos

IV Skin


  1. Antiaging Benefits of French Rose Petal Extract
  2. Developing a Long-lasting Tyrosinase Inhibitor From Morus alba L.
  3. Grapefruit Extract Cream: Effects on Melanin and Skin
  4. Tetrapeptide Targets Epidermal Cohesion
  5. From the Sea: Algal Extracts for Skin Homeostasis
  6. A DNA Repair Complex to Decrease Erythema and UV-induced CPD Formation
  7. Macroalgae in Nutricosmetics
  8. Lightening, Boosting and Protecting with Colorless Carotenoids
  9. A Medicinal Plant Blend for Soothing and Anti-inflammatory Effects
  10. Orange Roughy Oil for Sensitive Skin and Other Topics: Literature Findings
  11. ECM-derived Tetrapeptide to Counterbalance ECM Degeneration
  12. Mitochondrial Nourishment and Protection for Antiaging Effects
  13. Nature's Answer to Insect Repellent
  14. Leucojum aestivum Bulb Extract for Antiaging Benefits
  15. Liquid Crystal O/W Emulsions to Mimic Lipids and Strengthen Skin Barrier Function
  16. Pisum Sativum Extract for Safe- and Self-tanning
  17. Therapeutic Peptides in Aged Skin
  18. Chitin Nanofibrils: A Natural Compound for Innovative Cosmeceuticals
  19. Metabolism of Vitamin D in Skin: Benefits for Skin Care Applications

V Hair


  1. Hair and Amino Acids
  2. Polyelectrolyte Complex for Mending Damaged Hair

VI Preservation


  1. Natural Preservation from Concepts in Nature
  2. Antibacterial and Anti-inflammatory Effects of a Magnolia Extract

VII Biotechnology


  1. Recent Advances in Biopolymers and Biomedical Materials
  2. A Green, Solvent-free Biocatalytic Method to Product Cosmetic Esters




Cosmetics Science and Technology By Balsam

Approx Price: Rs 7,000 / Piece(s) 
Cosmetics Science and Technology - 2nd Ed, 3 Volumes Set   (Special Indian Reprint)

By Balsam Sagarin  

Cosmetics: Science and Technology
 has many predecessors and among its contemporaries does not pretend to preempt the field. The burgeoning of a science of cosmetics, a technology of cosmetics, without the abandonment of what must in part remain a craft, a skill, and an art, brought forth several excellent books in various languages, which sought to summarize the state of the knowledge. Among these Cosmetics: Science and Technology, published for the firsttime in 1957, was unique in that it was a cooperative effort of sixtyone authors, almost all of whom were employed by firms manufacturing the products described. In this aspect lies both the potential strength and possible hazard of such an undertaking. 
Volume one
 contains descriptive material on the manufacture and formulation of fifteen different products and classes of products. These are, in the order of appearance in that book, the following:
cleansing creams and lotions,
emollient creams and lotions,
hormone creams,
baby toiletries,
hand creams and lotions,
skin lighteners and bleach creams,
suntan preparations,
beauty masks,
foundation makeup,
face powders,
eye makeup,
dentifrices, and

Volume two
contains descriptive material on the manufacture and formulation of an additional eighteen products and classes of products.
These are, in the order of appearance in that book, the following:
shaving preparations,
preshave and aftershave preparations,
hair-grooming preparations,
permanent waving products,
hair straighteners,
bleaches and related products,
hair conditioners and related products,
antiperspirants and deodorants,
aerosol cosmetics,
aerosol hair products,
bath preparations,
nail lacquers and removers,
fingernail elongators and accessory nail preparations,
eye lotions,
fragrance, and emulsified and solid fragrances.  
Volume three
contents chapters on the physiology of the skin and hair, the physiology of sweat, the use of colors in cosmetics, problems of
quality control, preservation and psychological testing, historical information, legal information: in short, all that the editors deem important on the
subject described in our title, Cosmetics: Science and Technology, other than the manufacture and formulation of the individual products, as covered in the first two volumes.

Reprinted . 2008
2128 Pages HB - 3 Volumes Set

Marvin S. Balsam, founder and president of Standard Aromatics, Inc.; B.A. Columbia College, 1948, with additional work in Chemical Engineering and Business Administration; member of the American Society of Perfumers and the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.


Edward Sagarin, Ph.D., New York Univeristy, 1966; during his career in cosmetic and perfume industry, was associated with Givaudan Corporation and then with Standard Aromatics; author of The Science and Art of Perfumery; a few years after publication of the first edition of Cosmetics: Science and Technology, returned to school to study sociology, and obtained degree; has written extensively in sociology, particularly on crime and deviant behavior, presently teaching in that field


Global Regulatory Issues for the Cosmetics Industry

Approx Price: Rs 4,496 / Piece(s) 
The book on Global Regulatory Issues for the Cosmetics Industry was published in the year 2009. It is written by Karl Lintner. This book contains valuable information like global regulations for those who are engaged in exporting cosmetics. Legal advisers, policy makers, people involved in manufacturing, exporting and packaging of cosmetic products can make the best use of this book.



  • Renowned
  • Good quality
  • Cost effective


  • Simplifies global regulations for anyone exporting cosmetics
  • Excellent reference not only for manufacturing and marketing, but for legal departments and packaging as well
  • Describes how to develop a global regulatory strategy

Cosmetics Formulation Manufacturing

Approx Price: Rs 2,450 / Piece(s) 
Cosmetics Formulation Manufacturing & Quality Control

Analysis of Cosmetic Products

Approx Price: Rs 1,976 / Piece(s) 
Analysis of Cosmetic Products

Edited by

  • Amparo Salvador
  • Alberto Chisver

    Analysis of Cosmetic Products advises the reader from an analytical chemistry perspective on the choice of suitable analytical methods for production monitoring and quality control of cosmetic products. In the format of an easy-to-understand compendium of published literature on the subject, this book will enable people working in the cosmetic industry or in research laboratories to:

    * become familiar with the main legislative and analytical literature on this subject and

    * learn about and choose suitable analytical procedures for production monitoring and control of cosmetic products, according to their composition.

    The first section of Analysis of Cosmetic Products covers various definitions and concepts relating to cosmetic products, current legislation in different countries and specific legislation on ingredients. The central body of the book addresses analytical methods for monitoring and quality control of cosmetic products with the fundamental objective being to enable reader's access to scientific reviews carried out by experts in analytical chemistry. The final section contains a small review of the alternative methods to using animals for cosmetic product evaluation.


    Part I. General Concepts and Cosmetic Legislation

    Chapter 1. General Concepts and Cosmetic Legislation
    1.1. General concepts. Current legislation on cosmetics in different countries (L. Gagliardi, S. Dorato).
    1.2. Quality control of cosmetic products. Specific legislation on ingredients (B. Fernández, E. González).
    Part II. Main Ingredients in Cosmetics. Analytical Methods for Monitoring and Quality Control
    Chapter 2. General Overview on Analytical Methods for Cosmetic Ingredients
    2.1. General revision of official methods of analysis for cosmetics in different countries (L. Gagliardi et al.).
    2.2. General revision of published analytical methods for cosmetics (A. Salvador et al.).
    Chapter 3. UV Filters in Sunscreens and Other Cosmetics. Tanning and Whitening Agents. Analytical Methods
    Chapter 4. Colouring Agents in Decorative and other Cosmetics. Analytical Methods
    Chapter 5. Preservatives in Cosmetics. Analytical Methods.
    5.1. Preservatives in cosmetics. Regulatory aspects and analytical methods (S. Polati et al.).
    Chapter 6. Perfumes In Cosmetics. Analytical Methods
    6.1. Perfumes in cosmetics. Regulatory aspects and analytical methods for fragrance ingredients and other related chemicals in cosmetics (A. Chisvert, A. Salvador).
    6.2. Analytical methods to determine potentially allergenic fragrance-related substances in cosmetics(A. Chaintreau).
    6.3. Electronic noses in perfume analysis (R.M. Negri).
    Chapter 7. Surfactants in Cosmetics. Analytical Methods
    Chapter 8. Actives for Skin-Care Products. Actives for Personal Hygiene and other Toiletry Products. Actives with Specific Claims. Analytical Methods.
    8.1. General skin-care products. Classification. (P. Cuadrado).
    8.2. Personal hygiene and other toiletry products (M.T. Vidal et al.).
    8.3. Actives for hair products (excluding hair dyes)(A. Salvador et al.).
    8.4. Actives for dental whitening (A. Torrens, P. Montoro).
    8.5. Botanical extracts (A. Benaiges, P. Guillén).
    8.6. Vitamins (C. Casas).
    8.7. Biotechnological actives (I. Vivó, M.D. Plá).
    8.8. Analytical methods for actives used in general and specific skin-care, personal hygiene and other toiletry products (A. Balaguer et al.).
    Part III. Safety and Efficacy Evaluation
    Chapter 9. Alternative Methods to Animal Testing for Cosmetic Products Evaluation


    Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry, 3rd Edition

    Approx Price: Rs 11,740 / Piece(s) 
    By Randy Schueller

    Practical knowledge for the cosmetics industry. Every chapter updated, 21 new chapters! An essential new resource for the cosmetics industry.

    During the past ten years, thousands of new chemical raw materials and formulations have been developed, countless new marketing concepts have been tested and hundreds, if not thousands, of new cosmetic regulations have been enacted.

    Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry, Third edition has been substantially updated. It includes all of the original material plus 21 additional chapters of brand new material to cover recent developments in the field of cosmetic science.

    The four major sections of this book cover all important aspects of the cosmetic industry, including:

    • Orientation, Tools and Terms
    • Product Development
    • Cosmetic Ingredients and Vehicles
    • Product Testing


    Welcome to the Industry: Terms, Tools and Tips


    1. Your Career in Cosmetic Science
    2. Your Primer of Technical Terms and Chemical Jargon
    3. Cosmetic Ingredient Nomenclature
    4. INCI Names: International Harmonization
    5. Material Safety Data Sheets
    6. Building Effecitve Vendor Relationships

    Basic Cosmetic Science: Biology of Hair and Skin; Chemistry of Raw Materials


    1. Inside the hair: An Advanced hair Biology Model
    2. New Directions for Sensitive Skin Research
    3. Axillary Odor: Its Physiology, Microbiology and Chemistry
    4. Conditioning Agents for hair and Skin
    5. Surfactant Science
    6. Oils of Nature
    7. Understanding Emulsions
    8. Silicone Chemistry
    9. Creating Colorful Cosmetics
    10. Pigments: Achieving the Effect
    11. The Science of Reactive Hair Care p\Products
    12. The Essence of Fragrance
    13. Common Scents
    14. Microorganisms and Person Care Products

    Product Development: From Beaker to Bottle


    1. Lab Notebooks: The "Write" Stuff
    2. Laboratory Notebooks: Valuable Indicators of Itnellectual Property
    3. Laboratory Batching of Cosmetic Products
    4. Successful Product Development
    5. Formulating Cosmetic Emulsions: A beginner's Guide
    6. The Aging of Polymer-Stabilized Creams: A Rheological Viewpoint
    7. Gels and Sticks
    8. Aerosols for Apprentices
    9. Encapsulation Technoologies: Tailored Solutions for Delivery
    10. What Every Formulator Needs to Know about Fragrance
    11. Fragrance in Emulsion and Surfactant Systems
    12. Fundamentals of Formulating Hair Care Products
    13. Introduction to Shampoo Thickening
    14. Innovations in Hair Styling Technology
    15. Understanding "Mild" Cosmetic Products
    16. Formulating for Efficacy
    17. Formulating for Sensitive Skin
    18. The ABCs of SPF
    19. Self-Tanners: Formulating with Dihydroxyacetone
    20. The Dry Facts About Wet Perspiration
    21. Improving the Appearance of Facial Pores
    22. A Light-Diffusing Concept for Antiaging Effects in Makeup Formulation
    23. Cosmetic Product Packaging
    24. Emerging Technologies and the Future of Cosmetic Science

    Does It Work: Product Testing, Regulatory Compliance and Claims Support


    1. Evaluating Raw Materials and Finished Products


    Sustainable Cosmetic Product Development

    Biotechnology in Cosmetics: Concepts, Tools and Techniques

    Practical Aspects of Cosmetic Testing

    Novel Cosmetic Delivery Systems

    Formulating Strategies in Cosmetic Science

    Harry's Cosmeticology

    A Formulary of Cosmetic Preparations

    Formulating Packaging and Marketing of Cosmetic Products

    Coloring The Cosmetic World

    Approx Price: Rs 9,500 / Piece(s) 
    Coloring the Cosmetic World: Using Pigments in Decorative Cosmetic Formulations  

    Author: Edwin B. Faulkner


    Whether you are a seasoned veteran of pigment chemistry or a novice stepping gingerly into cosmetic formulation, this book is a valuable reference source from an industry-respected authority on color that will get you moving toward successful pigment usage.


    Format Details
    • Hardcover
    • 275 Pages
    • 38 Pages of Color Inserts
    • Published 2012


    In Coloring the Cosmetic World, Edwin Faulkner, a 40-year veteran of the color industry, offers a comprehensive look at what goes into selecting colors for decorative cosmetic products. Across 12 information-packed chapters, Faulkner covers topics ranging from Color Basics, to the stability and esthetics of Color Selection, to Color Dispersion and Measuring & Testing techniques. Furthermore, specific pigments groups are broken down individually and afforded focused attention with respect to chemical properties, regulatory concerns, applicability to various product developments, esthetic quality, and the economics of selecting colors for use in decorative cosmetics.

    Additionally, most of the pigments under discussion are rendered in full masstone color, to give the reader a true appreciation of the subtle and not-so-subtle differences between them.

    Coloring the Cosmetic World: Using Pigments in Decorative Cosmetic Formulations is your guide to the wide world of decorative cosmetic pigments. Whether you are a seasoned veteran of pigment chemistry or a novice stepping gingerly into cosmetic formulation, this book is a valuable reference source from an industry-respected authority on color that will get you moving toward successful pigment usage. Welcome to the world of decorative cosmetic colors!

    Topics include:

    • Covers the full measure of practical pigment usage in decorative cosmetics, with the emphasis on practical
    • Develops a four step procedure for how to go about properly selecting colors for use in decorative cosmetics
    • Pigments covered include conventional organics and inorganics plus a wide range of effect pigments such as pearls, metallics, fluorescents, glitters and gold & silver. Natural colors are also discussed
    • Other general topics covered color stability and regulations, esthetics,economics of color usage, dispersion and color measurement





      • Dedication
      • Acknowledgments
      • Preface
      • Introduction
      • Chapter 1: Color Basics
      • Chapter 2: Color Selection—Regulations
      • Chapter 3: Color Selection—Stability
      • Color Inserts: Figures 1.1 — 3.17
      • Chapter 4: Color Selection—Color Esthetics
      • Chapter 5: Color Selection—Economics
      • Chapter 6: Pigment Dispersion
      • Chapter 7: Color Measurement & Pigment Testing
      • Chapter 8: Surface Treated Pigments
      • Color Inserts: Figures 6.1 — 11.5
      • Chapter 9: Effect Pigments
      • Chapter 10: Specialty Pigments
      • Chapter 11: Natural Colorants
      • Chapter 12: Some Slices of Life
      • Bibliography of Ancillary Resources
      • Appendix A: Pigment Test Methods
      • Appendix B: Treated Pigment
      • Patents
      • Author’s Biography
      • Glossary of Terms
      • Index


    Preservatives for Cosmetics

    Colloids in Cosmetics and Personal Care

    Chemistry and Technology of the Cosmetics

    Approx Price: Rs 4,496 / Piece 
    Written by S.D. Williams and W.H. Schmitt, Chemistry And Technology Of The Cosmetics, the book provides up-to-date information of the toiletries and cosmetics industries in an easy form. In this book, the underlying principal of the selection of raw material, formulation of products and its performance have been discussed.


    • Comes with hardcover
    • Pool consists of professional experts
    • Widely demanded


    • It provides an up-to-date overview of the cosmetics and toiletries industry in a readily digestible form.
    • Written from the point of view of a chemist, economic and market aspects are also discussed.
    • Authors discuss the rationale of raw material selection, product formulation and performance, and safety and quality aspects

    Cosmetics Additives an Industrial Guide

    Approx Price: Rs 2,195 / Piece(s) 

    Cosmetics Additives
    An Industrial Guide
    by Ernest W. Flick

    Cosmetics Additives: An Industrial Guide describes about 4,000 cosmetics additives currently available for industrial use, compiled from information from 84 manufacturers and distributors.

    The data included represent selections from manufacturer's descriptions, made at no cost to, nor influence from, the makers or distributors of the materials. Only the most recent information has been included.

    Cosmetics Additives: An Industrial Guide lists the following product information, as available, in the manufacturer's own words:

    • Company name and product category
    • Trade name and product number
    • Product description including properties and applications

    Also included are a Trade Name Index and a list of Suppliers' Addresses.

    Products are presented by company, and the companies are listed alphabetically. The table of contents is organized in such a way as to serve as a subject index to the book.



    Cosmetically Book

    Botanicals A Phytocosmetic Desk Reference Books

    Approx Price: Rs 10,650 / Piece 
    Botanicals A Phytocosmetic Desk Reference gives valuable information about all the important botanicals that are in use nowadays. This book is useful for cosmetic chemists, phytochemists, aromatherapists and herbalists. Some of the topics which are mentioned in the book include forms of extracts, infrared spectroscopy, percolation process and much more.


    • The folkloric use of herbs and constituents
    • Forms of extracts
    • Plant identification
    • Common terminology
    • Infrared spectroscopy and gas liquid chromatography
    • General method for extracting botanical constituents
    • Aromatherapy
    • Hair care botanicals
    • Formulations

    This book gives valuable information about all the important botanicals that are in use nowadays. This book is useful for cosmetic chemists, phytochemists, aromatherapists and herbalists. Some of the topics which are mentioned in the book include forms of extracts, infrared spectroscopy, percolation process and much more.

      IFSCC Monographs Technical Books

      Approx Price: Rs 5,500 / Piece(s) 
      The objective of IFSCC Monographs is to review the methods of characterization and analysis of polymers used in cosmetic products. The book is not designed to provide an exhaustive, up-to-date analysis of the field, but rather to give cosmetic researchers a basic overview of the types of analysis carried out for new and established products. Each method is illustrated with one or two examples of analysis in order to demonstrate the basic capabilities of each technique.

      Analytical chemistry has played an important role in the development of the cosmetics industry, and continues to do so. It is an essential aspect of quality control and product safety and has led to the discovery of new cosmetic ingredients. This volume summarizes the many technologies employed by both analytic experts and cosmetic scientists in general, for the analysis and quality assessment of certain cosmetic raw materials.

      Personal Care Formulas

      Approx Price: Rs 12,792 / Piece(s) 
      The book on Personal Care Formulas by P. Morganti consists of formulas and other valuable information on personal care, starting from antiaging creams to styling products. The formulas have been categorized into five parts and that include hair care, skin care, sun, color and miscellaneous. It gives excellent ideas about how to take proper care of the skin.


      • Organized in five formula sections it gives many different ideas to formulate in the best way, skin care, sun care, and color cosmetics.
      • A final miscellaneous area provides also precious formulas for antiperspirants/deodorants, ethnic products, body sticks and more.
      • In my opinion this agile booklet has to be present as consulting book in all the libraries of the worldwide efficient cosmetic chemists.

      Detergents In The Environment Surfactant Science Book

      Approx Price: Rs 9,800 / Piece 
      Detergents in the Environment Surfactant Science Series offers coverage of the environmental behaviour of detergent additives, focusing on physiochemical interactions with soil and sediments. This text presents the current state of knowledge on recently introduced detergent additives, including zeolites, polycarboxylate compounds, ethylene dinitrilotetraacetic acid (EDTA), and nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA).

      Table of Contents :


      • Loading surface waters with surfactants;
      • Physicochemical interactions of surfactants and contaminants in soil
      • Analytical methods for surfactants and complexing agents at concentrations relevant to environmental occurrences
      • Zeolites in the environment


      • Significance of polycarboxylates in detergents
      • Trace analysis of polycarboxylates in water
      • Interactions of polycarboxylate (PCA) with major inorganic soil components
      • Biological and physicochemical aspects of polycarboxylate behaviour in the environment

      Complexing acids:

      • Nitrilotriacetic acids: physicochemical and ecological properties;
      • Physicochemical properties of ethylene dinitrilotetraacetic acid and its consequences of its distribution in the aquatic environment


      • Editor(s): Milan Johann Schwuger
      • Number of Pages: 336
      • Availability: In Stock
      • Binding(s): Hardback

      Solubilization in Surfactant Aggregates Books

      Approx Price: Rs 9,800 / Piece(s) 
      Solubilization in Surfactant Aggregates covers topics ranging from fundamental studies of solubilization to practical technological applications of the phenomenon. It reviews the solubilization of organic materials into surfactant aggregates, including micelles, vesicles and admicelles. The book also details methods of measuring solubilization that utilize both classical and newer instrumental techniques. It is intended for physical, surface, colloid and surfactant chemists; chemical, environmental and civil engineers; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.

      Table of Contents :

      Part 1 Overview:

      • Overview and history of the study of solubilization

      Part 2 Solubilization in micelles:

      • Solubilization of gases
      • Thermodynamics of solubilization of polar additives in micellar solutions
      • Solubilization of uncharged molecules in ionic micellar solutions - toward an understanding at the molecular level
      • Solubilization in mixed micelles
      • Solubilization in amphiphilic copolymer solutions
      • Kinetics of solubilization in surfactant-based systems

      Part 3 Solubilization in nonmicellar surfactant aggregates:

      • Adsolubilization
      • Solubilization in micelles and vesicles studied by fluorescence techniques, interplay between the microproperties of the aggregates and the locus and extent of solubilization
      • Solubilization of organic compounds by vesicles

      Part 4 Methods of measuring solubilization:

      • Solubilization, as studied by nuclear spin relaxation and NMR-based self-diffusion techniques
      • The partitioning of neutral solutes between micelles and water as deduced from critical micelle concentration determinations
      • Vapor pressure studies of solubilization
      • Comparison of experimental methods for the determination of the partition coefficients of n-alcohols in SDS and DTAB micelles

      Part 5 Applications of solubilization:

      • Solubilization and detergency
      • Solubilization in micellar separations

      Cosmetology - Theory and Practice

      Approx Price: Rs 19,000 / Piece(s) 
      Cosmetology - Theory and Practice represents a symbiosis of two standard works and provides a comprehensive overview of the field of cosmetology. grundlagen und rezepturen der kosmetika (schrader) and die kosmetischen präparate (domsch) have been combined into a textbook and reference work in one. each volume is in english, is profusely illustrated, and is mostly in full colour.

      Volume i :

      • Hair and skin
      • Research update
      • Structure and chemistry of human hair
      • Dermatology and irritation
      • Compatibility testing in human skin
      • Biophysical test methods
      • Experimental proof of efficacy
      • Toxicological characterization
      • Positioning and application of active ingredients in cosmetics
      • Positioning and application of active ingredients in cosmetics
      • Analytical test methods

      Volume ii:

      • Hair cosmetics
      • Special features of the scalp
      • Shampoos
      • Hair rinses, conditioners,treatments
      • Hair tonics
      • Styling products
      • Hair coloring products
      • Hair bleaching products
      • Hair shaping products
      • (permanent waves, cold waves)
      • Skin cleansing
      • Bath additives
      • Liquid soaps, wash lotions
      • Soaps and syndets
      • Solvent-based
      • Formulas
      • Solvents
      • Mouthwashes
      • Face tonics (face lotions)
      • Fine fragrances
      • Frictions
      • Repellents
      • Antiperspirants / deodorants
      • Shaving aids
      • Oral hygiene
      • Teeth and oral cavity as targets of cosmetic care
      • Toothpastes
      • Gels
      • Test methods
      • Denture care products
      • Typical formulas

      Volume iii:

      • Skin care
      • The human skin
      • Requirements on skincare products
      • Differentiation of skincare products
      • Emulsifiers
      • Stabilizers
      • Oil components
      • Selected active ingredients in skin cosmetics
      • Sunscreen formulas
      • Color cosmetics
      • Eye shadow, face and rouge powders, compact
      • Creams and sticks
      • Mascara
      • Eyeliner formulas
      • Face color
      • Removers for face and eye makeup
      • Nail color
      • Cosmetic pencils for lips, eyes and nails
      • Aerosols
      • Natural cosmetics
      • Lipid products
      • Sunscreen formulas
      • Color cosmetics
      • Preservation
      • Antioxidants for product protection
      • Cosmetics production
      • Technology

      Pantone Formula Guide Solid Coated and Uncoated

      Approx Price: Rs 9,000 / Piece(s) 
      These new Pantone Formula Guide Solid Coated/Uncoated are the updated versions of the indispensable PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM® tools for selecting, specifying and matching solid PANTONE Colors. Now, with the addition of 336 new market-relevant colors, graphic designers, pre-press professionals and printers have 1,677 chromatically arranged color choices to unleash their passion and let their creativity soar!


      All new colors have been specially formulated to print using a uniform ink film thickness, making them easily matched on press. Ink formulations are provided to aid printers in mixing colors. Includes color index, lighting evaluation tool and design software. Set of two guides, coated and uncoated, plus a supplement containing the new colors on coated and uncoated stock

      A Dermatological View from Physiology to Therapy

      Approx Price: Rs 9,350 / Piece(s) 
      A Dermatological View: from Physiology to Therapy is designed to satisfy both sides of the problematic skin equation. Written in partnership with numerous colleagues, Dr. Howard I. Maibach’s aim is ever toward medical advancement and sustained product development in his areas of primary clinical specialty and research-based interest, including dermatopharmacology, allergic contact dermatitis, and dermatotoxicology and pathology. The information in A Dermatological View is purposed to both illuminate and to instruct.

      Topics include:

      • Ethnic variation in skin properties
      • Physiological and methodological aspects of normal and damaged skin types
      • Enhanced skin penetration, including occlusive effects and active delivery systems
      • Skin sensitivity and allergic contact dermatitis
      • Anti-aging, -itch and –inflammation

      Table of contents:

      Introduction by Johann W. Wiechers, PhD

      Section One: Normal Skin—Physiological and Methodological Aspects
      Section Two: Damaged Skin—Physiological and Methodological Aspect

      • 2.1 Mechanical Damage
      • 2.2 Chemical Damage
      • 2.2.1 Enhanced Skin Penetration
      • 2.2.2 Sensitive Skin
      • 2.2.3 Allergic and Irritant Contact Dermatitis
      • 2.3 UV-damaged Skin

      Section Three: Cosmetic Therapies for Troubled Skin


      • 3.1 Acnetic Skin
      • 3.2 Anti-aging, -itch, inflammation, and Antioxidants
      • 3.3 Skin Moisturizers
      • 3.3 Skin Moisturizers
      • 3.5 Woundhealing
      • 3.6 Translating Skin Physiology into Cosmetic Products


      Author information:


      Howard I. Maibach, MD, is professor of dermatology at the University of California (San Francisco) School of Medicine. His laboratory has been interested in and has published extensively on dermatopharmacology and dermatotoxicology. 

      Contributing authors include:


      • A.V. Rawlings
      • Ali Alikhan, MD
      • Bobeck S. Modjtahedi
      • Christine M. Lee
      • Cora MacPherson, PhD
      • Danyi Quan
      • Elsa Jungman, MD
      • Farzam Gorouhi, MD
      • Francisca Kartono
      • Gabriel Wu
      • Haw-Yueh Thong, MD
      • Hilda Maibach
      • Hongbo Zhai, MD
      • Howard I. Maibach, MD
      • Ivy Lee
      • Jackie Levin
      • Jeanette M. Waller
      • Jurij J. Hostynek, PhD
      • Marc Paye, PhD
      • Miki Yokata
      • Miranda A. Farage, PhD
      • Myeong Jun Choi, MD
      • Naissan O. Wesley, MD
      • Nicholas Golda, MD
      • Norm V Gitis
      • Raja K. Sivamani
      • Robert Baran, MD
      • Rupa Pugashetti, MD
      • Sara Farahmand, PhD
      • Sara P. Modjtahedi
      • Sarika Saggar
      • Shannon A. Watkins, MD
      • Shawn H. Nguyen
      • Sirui Jiang
      • Thao P. Dang
      • Véranne Charbonnier, PhD


      Hair Relaxers Science, Design and Application

      Approx Price: Rs 5,800 / Piece 
      Hair Relaxers: Science, Design, and Application investigates the history of relaxer technology. Drawing on his more than two decades of hands-on experience in hair relaxer technology and formulative development, Patrick Obukowho has crafted a well-defined, comprehensive, and quite readable guide to understanding and applying the chemistry of hair relaxers to practical and dynamic formulating.

      The ethnic hair market is one that is growing exponentially almost strictly on the demand of consumers, as opposed to the usual run of what business’s determine to be “necessary” new product launches. For that reason alone, hair relaxers, a large segment of the ethnic hair market, are big business in and of themselves. This segment is demanding better, more usable products, ones that have fewer harsh side-effects and better long-term results, including improved conditioning properties, hair strength retention, and ease of use.

      Application and Development in topic:

      • Hair, Ethnic Hair, and Hair Relaxer Chemistry
      • History and Evolution of Hair Relaxers
      • Emulsion Design and Perfecting Emulsions
      • Ingredients and Their Role in Relaxer Formulations
      • Post-treatment Products and Alternative Straightening Methods

      Table of contents:

      • Preface
      • Chapter1: Hair Chemistry
      • Chapter2: Ethnic Hair Chemistry
      • Chapter3: History and Evolution of Hair Relaxers
      • Chapter4: Hair Relaxer Chemistry
      • Chapter5: Hair Relaxers Defined and Refined
      • Chapter6: Relaxer Emulsion Design
      • Chapter7: Ingredients and Their Role in Relaxer Formulations
      • Chapter8: Relaxer Production: from Lab Batch to Scale-up
      • Chapter9: Controlling Hair Damage with Post-treatment Products
      • Chapter10: Alternative Methods of Hair Straightening
      • Appendices
      • Glossary of Commonly Used Terms
      • Bibliography (Further Reading)
      • Patents
      • References

      About the author:


      Patrick Obukowho is president and principal consulting chemist of Advantage Research Lab (ARL), which he founded in 2005 to further his expertise in relaxer technology and explore the science of formulating and designing new ingredients for the ethnic market. Obukowho earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Chicago State University, and has since garnered more than twenty years of experience in ethnic product formulation and raw material evaluation. He began as a research chemist with Luster Products before joining Croda Inc., in 1994, first as an application specialist, then as research manager for personal care applications, and finally as executive program manager for ethnic product development before leaving to open ARL. His long history in developing ethnic products for the personal care industry has given him extensive experience and wide exposure both domestically and internationally. He is a member of the “Ask the expert” panel with the Society of Cosmetic Chemist (SCC), for which he has also conducted courses on Ethnic Product Formulation and Chemistry. He is furthermore a co-holder of several US patents and has numerous publications to his credit.

      Practical Modern Hair Science Book

      Approx Price: Rs 17,960 / Piece 

      Practical Modern Hair Science is the definitive guide for translating hair science into practical application. This is not just a reference book. It will not collect dust on your shelf - you will use this book.

      This book includes the underlying fundamental science of hair while recognizing that the ultimate reason for acquiring this knowledge relates to creating successful products and meeting the needs of the consumer. It covers long-standing subjects and current issues in hair care including heat protection, shine, hold and color intensity and retention. It respects historical literature, while drawing attention to recent learning—combining tried-and-true science with cutting-edge innovation.

      Practical Modern Hair Science contains original contributions demonstrating a practical approach to understanding the science behind your formulations.

      The impressive ensemble of authors including the editors, Randall Wickett and Trefor Evans, were selected for their years of experience and significant expertise. Noted pioneers, teachers and trend-setters such as Alan Swift, Jennifer Marsh, Robert Lochhead, Roger McMullen, Crisan Popescu, Tom Dawson, and others share an in-depth, detailed examination of the most important aspects of hair science.

      Table of contents:

      Chapter 1: The Structure and Chemistry of Human Hair, J Alan Swift
      Chapter 2: Hair Development, Growth and Loss, Yuhang Zhang, PhD, and Chao-Chin Yang, MD
      Chapter 3: Shampoo and Conditioner Science, Robert Y. Lochhead
      Chapter 4: Hair Coloring, Jennifer M. Marsh
      Chapter 5: Changing the Shape of Hair, R. Randall Wickett, PhD
      Chapter 6: Hair Ethnicity, Harold Bryant and Crystal E. Porter
      Chapter 7: Mechanical Properties of Hair, R. Randall Wickett, PhD
      Chapter 8: Hair Breakage, Trefor Evans
      Chapter 9: Image Analysis Tools to Quantify Visual Properties of Hair Fiber Assemblies, Robert L. McMullen
      Chapter 10: Adsorption Properties of Hair, Trefor Evans
      Chapter 11: Hair Damage,
      Crisan Popescu
      Chapter 12: Dandruff and Seborrheic Dermatitis,
      James R. Schwartz, Yvonne M. DeAngelis, and Thomas L. Dawson, Jr.
      Chapter 13: Advances in Hair Styling, Raymond Rigoletto, Anand Mahadeshwar, PhD, Linda Foltis, and David Streuli
      Chapter 14: The Effects of Aging on Hair—More Than Just Amount, M.J. Flagler, James R. Schwartz, C.R. Robbins, and Thomas L. Dawson
      Chapter 15: Hair Care Product Claims, Trefor Evans
      Appendix A: Keratin and KAP Nomenclature
      Appendix B: Sample Calculation of the Elastic Modulus
      Author Biographies

      You can find a multitude of hair topics drawn from decades of hands-on experience, condensed and critically assessed in fifteen chapters?


      Keratin physics
      Hair follicle cycling
      Polymer-surfactant interactions
      Polyquaternium polymers
      Ammonium as alkalizer in coloring
      Rates of coupling in dye formation
      Reducing agents and oxidizing agents in shaping
      Amino acid analysis to measure disulfide bond reformation
      Sodium bisulfate to create permanent wave
      Growth patterns and chemical structures among different ethnicities
      Stress-strain experiments
      Effect of relative humidity
      Weibull distribution in fatigue testing


      Written by: Trefor Evans and R. Randall Wickett
      No. of pages: 562 Pages
      Published in: 2012

      Book of Household Cleaning, Care and Maintenance Products

      Approx Price: Rs 2,415 / Piece(s) 
      Household Cleaning, Care and Maintenance Products is an updated English-language version of the German original Reinungs- und Pflegenmittel im Haushalt, published in 2003 and sold out in an exceptionally short period of time.

      In this modern, comprehensive and clear overview of the fundamentals of and the products for cleaning and care in the home, competent authors in science and industry describe not only the basics and economic relationships, but also the most common product categories such as dishwashing detergents, cleaners for hard and textile surfaces, and cleaning and care agents for floors, automobiles and leather, their ingredients and their mode of action. The most important materials and surfaces to be cleaned in the household are also covered. Particular emphasis is laid on hygiene in the home.

      The content embraces everything from a short cultural history of home cleaning to the tenets of sustainable development. The aspects of ecological safety, eco-balances and consumer safety are treated thoroughly, as are the legal regulations and voluntary agreements of industry on cleaning and care agents in Europe.


      • Cleaning the household
      • Ingredients of domestic cleaning and maintenance products
      • Household materials and surfaces
      • Dishwashing agents
      • All-purpose cleaners and scourers
      • Cleaning agents for the kitchen, bathroom and toilet
      • Cleaning and care products for special applications
      • Shoe and leather care
      • Cleaning and care products for the car
      • Ecological aspects
      • Consumer safety
      • Legal regulations and voluntary agreements


      • No of pages: 350 pages
      • Cover size:160 x 240 mm, 6.5" x 9.5


        Biologically Active Ingredients Book

        Approx Price: Rs 9,775 / Piece(s) 
        Chapter Information:

        • Chapter1: Cosmeceutical Regulations—A Global Overview.
        • Chapter2: Searching For The Cosmeceutical Connection
        • Chapter3: Rna Interference And Therapeutic Applications
        • Chapter4: Reach And In Vitro Alternatives: Corrosive Potential Testing
        • Chapter5: Creating Effective Claim Support Packages
        • Chapter6: Mind Over Matter: Cosmetic Claim Substantiation Issues Facing The Future
        • Chapter7: Formulating For Efficacy
        • Chapter8: Improved Delivery And Efficacy With Dimethyl Isosorbide
        • Chapter9: Peptides In The Pipeline For Antiaging
        • Chapter10: Peptides, Amino Acids And Proteins In Skin Care
        • Chapter11: In Vitro Approaches To Antiaging Testing
        • Chapter12: It's Never Too Late: Dna Repair And Photo-Aging
        • Chapter13: Mutations In Mitochondrial Dna As Principal Aging Factor
        • Chapter14: Protecting Skin From Uv Oxidative Stress With A New (cys-gly)2 Dimer Peptide
        • Chapter15: Modeling Uvb-Induced Formation Of Photoproducts In Human Keratinocytes
        • Chapter16: Protecting The Genome Of Skin Cells From Oxidative Stress And Photoaging
        • Chapter17: A Dna Repair Complex To Decrease Erythema And Uv-Induced Cpd Formation
        • Chapter18: Watermelon Survival Strategies For Skin Dna Protection
        • Chapter19: Measuring Reactive Oxygen Species In Skin With Fluorescence Microscopy
        • Chapter20: Antioxidant Inhibits Uv Erythema In Vivo In Humans
        • Chapter21: Sirtuins: A Breakthrough In Antiaging Research
        • Chapter22: Stimulation Ofdermal And Epidermal Metabolism: An Approach To Antiaging
        • Chapter23: Biomimetic Tripeptides For Improved Dermal Transport
        • Chapter24: Examining An Exfoliation-Promoting Enzyme For Cosmetic Applications
        • Chapter25: Perfluoropolyether Phosphate And Skin Renewal: The Therapeutic Index
        • Chapter26: Tetrapeptide Targets Epidermal Cohesion
        • Chapter27: Systemic Evening Primrose Oil For Irritated Skin Care
        • Chapter28: All's Fair In The Indian Fairness Market
        • Chapter29: Developing A Long-Lasting Tyrosinase Inhibitor From Morus Alba L
        • Chapter30: Skin Whitening Via A Dual Biological Pathway
        • Chapter31: Inhibitory Effects Of Phyllanthus Emblica Tannins On Melanin Synthesis
        • Chapter32: Grapefruit Extract Cream: Effects On Melanin And Skin
        • Chapter33: A Direct Connection To Melanocytes
        • Chapter34: Self-Tanning Based On Stimulation Of Melanin Biosynthesis
        • Chapter35: An Aquaporin-Inspired Lipid Concentrate For Mature Skin
        • Chapter36: Internal Occlusion: A New Mechanism Of Skin Moisturization
        • Chapter37: Γ-Poly Glutamic Acid: A Novel Peptide For Skin Car



        • No. of pages: 674 pages
        • published in year: 2009


        Hair and Ethnic Hair Books

        Approx Price: Rs 10,028 / Piece(s) 
        Pulling from Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine's most popular articles written by world-renowned experts, Hair and Ethnic Hair brings 30 papers from the last five years together in one all-encompassing volume. Edited by Perry Romanowski. Perry has worked in the beauty industry for more than 15 years and is currently vice president of Brains Publishing. He holds a BS in chemistry and an MS in biochemistry from DePaul University. Perry is an active member of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists and instructs the continuing education course titled Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry.

        Topics include:

        • Hair loss and treatment
        • Ethnic hair and scalp disorders
        • Hair color
        • And more!

        Authors include:

        • Peter Kaplan, PhD
        • Masami Suzuki
        • Johann W. Wiechers, PhD
        • Anthony O’Lenick
        • Eric Leroy
        • Timothy Gao, PhD
        • Luigi Rigano
        • Randy Schueller
        • Perry Romanowski



        • No. of pages: Approx. 350 Pages
        • Published in year: 2011


        Encyclopedia of Shampoo Ingredients Books

        Aging Skin: Current and Future Therapeutic Strategies

        Approx Price: Rs 15,675 / Piece(s) 
        Aging Skin: Current and Future Therapeutic Strategies book is written by Joachim W. Fluhr and Linda D. Rhein. This book provides valuable information about how to treat skin-aging problem. Some of the chapters include skin aging, current treatment and prevention strategies, aged and dry skin and future trends.


        • Hardcover
        • Informative
        • Highly demanded
        • Excellent layout
        • High quality print

        Skin Care and Aging

        Approx Price: Rs 7,100 / Piece(s) 
        Skin Care and Aging looks at the behavior of aging skin and how this can be modified with cosmeceuticals, antioxidants, moisturizers and nutritional supplements. The latest in the Formulators' Resource Series, this 47-chapter volume presents the best techniques and ingredients to achieve desired antiaging effects. The industry's top researchers present studies of specific active ingredients that impact the skin's cell defenses and other mechanisms.

        Cosmeceuticals: Active Skin Treatment

        Approx Price: Rs 13,000 / Piece(s) 
        Read the full review from the Journal of Applied Cosmetology:

        P. Morganti
        Editor in Cheif
        Journal of Applied Cosmetology

        Table of Contents:

        • Introduction
        • Why Cosmeceuticals
        • Cosmeceuticals or Cosmethics: Industry Responsibility
        • Cosmeceuticals — The Future of Cosmetics
        • FDA Regulation of Cosmeceuticals
        • Cosmeceuticals as a Third Category
        • Drug Delivery on Skin vs. Application Frequency
        • Factors in Formulating Cosmeceutical Vehicles
        • Efficient Formulation of Cosmeceutical Products
        • Sensitive Skin: Analysis of Symptoms, Perceived Causes and Possible Mechanisms
        • Sensitive Skin
        • Formulating for Sensitive Skin
        • Ethnic Sensitive Skin
        • Infant Skin and Its Care
        • Cosmetics for Elderly People
        • The pH of the Stratum Corneum: An Update
        • Aged Skin, Retinoids and Alpha Hydroxy Acids
        • Hydroxy Acids and Skin Aging
        • Substantiating Antiaging Product Claims
        • Metalloproteinase Inhibitors
        • AHAs and Derivatives
        • AHA and Exfoliative Skin Disease
        • Amphoteric Hydroxy Complexes: AHAs with Reduced Stinging and Irritation
        • Aging and the Future of Enzymes in Cosmetics
        • Skin Lighteners
        • Skin Lightening
        • Melanogenesis Inhibitor from Paper Mulberry
        • Whitening Efficacy of Frequently Used Whitening Ingredients
        • Protecting the Skin Against Exogenous Noxes
        • Pollution and Aging: Antioxidants for Skin
        • Ceramides: Their Promise in Skin Care
        • Hyaluronic Acid in Cosmetics
        • Controlling the Appearance of Cellulite
        • Cellulite Treatments: Snake Oils or Skin Science

        Cosmetics Made Absolutely Simple Hiroshi Fukui, PhD, Fujihi

        Approx Price: Rs 1,700 / Piece(s) 
        • Compact Size with Lots of Cosmetic Science
        • Full Page Illustrations
        • Softcover
        • 147 Pages
        • Published 2013

        68 Basic, Easy-to-read Chapters on Cosmetics, Hair, and Skin with Full Page Illustrations!


        • Preface
        • Section 1 What are cosmetics? A brief overview
          • Chapter 1 What are cosmetics?
          • Chapter 2 The utilities of cosmetics
          • Chapter 3 Cosmetics throughout history
          • Chapter 4 History of modern cosmetics
          • Chapter 5 The global cosmetic market
        • Section 2 Protecting skin and body from the outside world
          • Chapter 6 Dealing with the exterior
          • Chapter 7 The skin is not a mere peel
          • Chapter 8 The skin is a "workhorse"
          • Chapter 9 Protection from dryness or "drying out"
          • Chapter 10 UV rays: A great enemy of the skin
          • Chapter 11 What is an aged skin?
          • Chapter 12 Stress harms your skin
          • Chapter 13 Skin moisture
          • Chapter 14 Your skin type
          • Chapter 15 Hair too has its functions
          • Chapter 16 Are men more prone to balding?
          • Chapter 17 The functions and physiology of the nail
          • Chapter 18 How do we recognize what we touch?
          • Chapter 19 How do we smell things?
          • Chapter 20 How do we see things?
        • Section 3 What are cosmetics made from?
          • Chapter 21 What are cosmetics made from?
          • Chapter 22 Water: A unique substance
          • Chapter 23 The state of what’s inside a cosmetic counter
          • Chapter 24 A structure friendly to both water and oil
          • Chapter 25 The various states of water and oil
          • Chapter 26 Making good use of foams
          • Chapter 27 Oily ingredients/aqueous ingredients
          • Chapter 28 The role of polymers
          • Chapter 29 Color is the key to makeup products
          • Chapter 30 The intriguing capabilities of powders
          • Chapter 31 Ingredients providing protection from UV rays
          • Chapter 32 Putting on fragrance
        • Section 4 Purposeful cosmetics: Achieving specific result
          • Chapter 33 The road to the birth of a cosmetic product
          • Chapter 34 Devices for manufacturing cosmetics
          • Chapter 35 Packaging influences usability
          • Chapter 36 Making soaps: Mankind’s first chemical reaction
          • Chapter 37 Keeping yourself clean
          • Chapter 38 Maintaining supple hair through shampooing
          • Chapter 39 Moisture retention: The basics of skin care
          • Chapter 40 The skin care "trio"
          • Chapter 41 Foundation: a "second skin"
          • Chapter 42 Appealing eyes
          • Chapter 43 Long-lasting lipsticks
          • Chapter 44 Glamorous nails
          • Chapter 45 Enhancing hair styles
          • Chapter 46 What color is your hair?
          • Chapter 47 The art of aroma
        • Section 5 Cosmetic stability, safety, and environmental issue
          • Chapter 48 Separating cosmetic components
          • Chapter 49 Investigating the structure of cosmetic components
          • Chapter 50 Usability and rheology
          • Chapter 51 What is color?
          • Chapter 52 How is stability ensured?
          • Chapter 53 Are all microorganisms harmful?
          • Chapter 54 Safety is of utmost importance
          • Chapter 55 Utilizing computers
          • Chapter 56 Cosmetics and the environment
        • Section 6 The future of functional cosmetics
          • Chapter 57 Anti-aging
          • Chapter 58 Facial pore treatment and chemical peeling
          • Chapter 59 What is active oxygen?
          • Chapter 60 Are pimples the symbol of adolescence?
          • Chapter 61 Are you fully protected from UV rays?
          • Chapter 62 Changing skin complexion to our liking
          • Chapter 63 Growing hair
          • Chapter 64 Don’t let yourself be called smelly
          • Chapter 65 Brushing one’s teeth to prevent cavities
          • Chapter 66 The efficacy of aroma
          • Chapter 67 Actives that penetrate the skin
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