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Beschreibung

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



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 Major. 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 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 the 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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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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INTRODUCTION TO COSMETIC FORMULATION AND TECHNOLOGY

Cosmetic science is an interdisciplinary science involving chemistry, biology, formulation science, pharmacology, marketing, and law. With an increasing number of cosmetic products aimed at special target audiences and gaining importance with consumers, the need for innovation and creative thinking to address the cosmetic industry's challenges has never been more apparent.

Designed as an educational and training resource at both the fundamental and practical levels, this book provides a clear and easily understandable review of cosmetics and over-the-counter (OTC) drugcosmetic products. The topics include general physiological, pharmaceutical and formulation knowledge, and quality control considerations for decorative and personal care products and their formulation. In the first two chapters, the authors present general concepts and a legislative overview for cosmetics. The second part of the book deals with decorative care, skin care, hair care, oral and dental care, and finally other product types like hair removal products and sunless tanners.

Readers relying on this book come away understanding cosmetics and personal care products including their regulation, main characteristics, ingredients, formulation, testing and packaging. Each chapter enhances the learning experience through their unifying structure that opens with a set of learning objectives and features "Did You Know?" and FYI (For Your Information) textboxes to highlight interesting information to build on the material in the text and point out further sources of information. Along with the chapter review questions and a glossary of key terms, these features combine to make for a valuable resource for all levels of cosmetic students and professionals.

Inhalt

Preface xvii

Acknowledgments xix

Biography of Gabriella Baki xxi

Biography of Kenneth S. Alexander xxiii

1 General Concepts 1

Section 1: Basic Definitions 1

Learning Objectives 1

Key Concepts 2

What is Cosmetic Science? 2

Basic Definitions 4

How is a Product's Intended Use Established in the United States? 10

Popular Cosmetic Claims 10

A Special Category: Soap 18

Glossary of Terms for Section 1 19

Review Questions for Section 1 20

References 23

Section 2: Classification of Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products. Cosmetic Ingredients and Active Ingredients used in Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products 25

Learning Objectives 25

Key Concepts 26

Classification of Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products 26

Major Ingredient Types in Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products and their Functions 28

Glossary of Terms for Section 2 45

Review Questions for Section 2 47

References 49

Section 3: Dosage Forms for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products 50

Learning Objectives 50

Key Concepts 51

What is a Dosage Form? 52

Dosage Forms for Cosmetic Applications 53

Glossary of Terms for Section 3 63

Review Questions for Section 3 64

References 67

2 Legislation for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products 69

Section 1: Current Rules and Regulations for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products in the United States and European Union 69

Learning Objectives 69

Key Concepts 70

Introduction 71

Regulation in the United States 72

Regulation in the European Union 80

Import of Products 84

Recalls 84

Glossary of Terms for Section 1 85

Review Questions for Section 1 85

References 88

Section 2: Labeling Tutorial for Cosmetics and OTC DrugCosmetic Products Marketed in the United States 90

Learning Objectives 90

Key Concepts 91

Introduction 92

Definitions 92

Cosmetic Products 94

OTC DrugCosmetic Products 98

INCI Naming 101

How do you Know the Exact Composition of a Cosmetic Product or OTC DrugCosmetic Product? 102

Glossary of Terms for Section 2 103

Review Questions for Section 2 104

References 108

Section 3: Government and Independent Organizations in the Cosmetic Industry 109

Learning Objectives 109

Key Concepts 109

Introduction 110

Food and Drug Administration 110

Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition 111

Center for Drug Evaluation and Research 111

Personal Care Product Council 111

Cosmetic Ingredient Review Panel 111

Federal Trade Commission 112

European Commission 112

Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety 113

Cosmetics Europe the Personal Care Association 113

Glossary of Terms for Section 3 113

Review Questions for Section 3 114

References 116

Section 4: Cosmetic Good Manufacturing Practices 116

Learning Objectives 116

Key Concepts 117

Cosmetic Good Manufacturing Practices 117

Glossary of Terms for Section 4 122

Review Questions for Section 4 123

References 124

3 Skin Care Products 125

Introduction 125

Section 1: Skin Anatomy and Physiology 126

Learning Objectives 126

Key Concepts 127

Introduction 127

Structure and Function of Human Skin 128

Epidermis 128

Dermis 132

Hypodermis 133

Moisture Content of No...

Produktinformationen

Titel: Introduction to Cosmetic Formulation and Technology
Autor:
EAN: 9781118764893
ISBN: 978-1-118-76489-3
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Wiley
Genre: Chemie
Anzahl Seiten: 728
Veröffentlichung: 26.03.2015
Jahr: 2015
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 7.0 MB