Books on Skin Care for Cosmetics Science

Books on Skin Care for Cosmetics Sciences

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We offer a comprehensive range of Books on Skin Care for Skin Clinics.

Books on Skin Care for Skin Clinics:

 

  • Aging Skin: Current and Future Therapeutic Strategies
  • Cosmeceuticals: Active Skin Treatment
  • Physiology of the Skin, Third Edition

Apply Topically: A Practical Guide to Formulating Topical

Approx Price: Rs 16,000 / Piece(s) 
Apply Topically: A Practical Guide to Formulating Topical Applications  
Summary:

Editor: Nava Dayan, PhD

Hardcover

The Ultimate Handbook on Topical Product Development

 

Format Details
  • 688 Pages
  • Published 2014
Print Format
  • Hardcover

 

The Ultimate Handbook on Topical Product Development

  • Addresses Day-to-Day Formulating Challenges
  • Offers Valuable “Tips” and Troubleshooting Issues
  • Discover Advances in Formulation and Development, Raw Materials and Active Ingredients, Compound Testing, and Clinical Assessment
  • Focused Content on Properties

The conceptualization and formulation of skin care products intended for topical use is a multifaceted and evolving area of science. Formulators must account for myriad skin types, as well as a very temperamental retail market. This book offers practical approach to the formulation chemist’s day-to-day endeavors by: addressing the innumerable challenges facing the chemist both in design and at bench, such as formulating with/for specific properties; offering valuable “tips” to troubleshooting issues regarding ingredient selection and interaction, regulatory concerns that must be addressed early in development, and the extrapolation of preservative systems; exploring the advantages and limitations of raw materials; addressing scale-up and pilot production process and concerns; and much more.

Dr. Dayan, whose history in the skin care industry includes more than 150 publication credits and an In-cosmetics Gold Award for product innovation, has endeavored to bring you the ultimate handbook on topical product development. This book includes exclusive expert examination and reportage from industry icons such as Roger L. McMullen, Paul Thau, Hemi Nae, Ada Polla, Howard Epstein, Joseph Albanese, Mark Chandler, Steve Herman, Gary Kelm, Patricia Aikens, and Sam Shefer, along with many others.

Explore and examine the following Chapter Sections:

  • Preliminary Considerations and Selection of Raw Materials
  • Formulation, Processing and Production Techniques
  • Testing and Measurements Methods
  • Sensory and Elegancy
  • Stability and Preservation
  • Color Cosmetics
  • Sunscreens

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS :
  • Preface
  • SECTION I: Preliminary Considerations and Selection of Raw Materials
  • SECTION II: Formulation, Processing and Production Techniques
  • SECTION III: Testing and Measurements Methods
  • SECTION IV: Sensory and Elegancy
  • SECTION V: Stability and Preservation
    • Chapter 16 Stability Testing for Topical Formulation Development by Gary R. Kelm, PhD
    • Chapter 17 Preservation of Topical Formulations: An Historical and Practical Overview by Slawomir Paul Cebulski
    • Chapter 18 Microbiological Stability for Skin Care Formulations by Kausar Malik
  • SECTION VI: Color Cosmetics
    • Chapter 19 Lip Care Product Formulation Strategies by Daniel Sango and David Binder
    • Chapter 20 Formulation of Nail Care Products by Robert W. Sandewicz
  • SECTION VII: Sunscreens
    • Chapter 21 Formulation of Sunscreens in the United States by Patricia Aikens
    • Chapter 22 Formulating a Day Cream with SPF: A Case Study by Anne Pouillot, MS; Rachel Ametsitsi, MS; and Ada S. Polla, MBA
  • Glossary of Terms
  • Author Biographies
  • Index

Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics, Third Edition

Approx Price: Rs 13,000 / Unit 

Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics, Third Edition by  Raja K Sivamani, Jared R. Jagdeo, Peter Elsner, Howard I. Maibach

September 18, 2015 by CRC Press
Reference - 458 Pages - 85 B/W Illustrations

Features
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    • Analyzes nearly two dozen ingredients of cosmeceutical products used for a wide variety of conditions
    • Reviews toxicology, product development, and manufacturing
    • Discusses cosmeceutical products used for rosacea, dry skin, alopecia, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, purpura, and vitiligo
    • Covers the legal distinction between a cosmetic and a drug

 

Summary

Cosmeceuticals and Active Cosmetics discusses the science of nearly two dozen cosmeceuticals used today. This third edition provides ample evidence on specific cosmeceutical substances, their classes of use, skin conditions for which they are used, and points of interest arising from other considerations, such as toxicology and manufacturing. The book discusses both cosmetic and therapeutic uses of cosmeceuticals for various conditions including rosacea, dry skin, alopecia, eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, purpura, and vitiligo.

Active ingredients in the following products are discussed: caffeine, curcumin, green tea, Rhodiola rosea, milk thistle, and more. Also covered are topical peptides and proteins, amino acids and derivatives, antioxidants, vitamins E and C, niacinamide, botanical extracts, and biomarine actives. Providing ample scientific references, this book is an excellent guide to understanding the science behind the use of cosmeceuticals to treat a variety of dermatological conditions.

Table of Contents

Bakuchiol: A Retinol-Like Functional Compound, Modulating Multiple Retinol and Non-Retinol Targets
Ratan K. Chaudhuri

Cutaneous Applications of Caffeine

Andrea M. Hui, Jared Jagdeo, Neil Brody, and Reena Rupani

Curcumin in Cosmetics: Biochemical Basis for Skin Repair with Use of Topical Curcumin

Madalene C.Y. Heng

The Cosmetic and Therapeutic Uses for Epicatechin-3-Gallate (EGCG)

Michael S. Leo, Howard I. Maibach, and Raja K. Sivamani

Ellagic Acid

William Tuong and Raja K. Sivamani

Gamma-Linolenic Acid-Containing Vegetable Oils

Reto Muggli

Hexylresorcinol: Providing Skin Benefits by Modulating Multiple Molecular Targets

Ratan K. Chaudhuri

Hydroxyacids

Kinetin

Topical Resveratrol

Impact of Rhodiola rosea on Skin

Silymarin

Topical Niacinamide

Anti-Aging Topical Peptides and Proteins

Amino Acids and Derivatives

Antioxidants

Decorative Cosmetics

Hair Cosmetics and Cosmeceuticals

Moisturizers: Treatment of Dry Skin Syndrome and Barrier Defects

Cosmeceutical Treatments of the Nail

Botanicals and Cosmeceuticals for Sun Protection

UV Care

Topical Vitamins E, C, and Ferulic Acid and Topical L-Selenomethionine
The Use of Cosmeceuticals in Rosacea

Cosmeceutical Treatments for Androgenetic Alopecia

Eczema, Xerosis, and Cutaneous Barrier Repair

Melasma and Depigmentation Agents

The Use of Cosmeceuticals for Oily Skin, Seborrhea, and Seborrheic Dermatitis

Cosmeceutical Treatments for Purpura

Vitiligo (Repigmentation Agents)

Botanical Extracts

Biomarine Actives

Analytical Chemistry of Botanical Extracts

Legal Distinction in the United States between a Cosmetic and a Drug

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