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Handbook Of Formulating Dermal Applications
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, emerging opportunities for product development as well as a very temperamental retail market.
Originally published as “Apply Topically” in 2013 (now out of print), this reissued detailed and comprehensive handbook offers a practical approach to the formulation chemist’s day-to-day endeavors by:
•Â Addressing the innumerable challenges facing the chemist both in design and at the bench, such as formulating with/for specific properties; formulation, processing and production techniques; sensory and elegancy; stability and preservation; color cosmetics; sunscreens;
•Â Offering valuable guidance to troubleshooting issues regarding ingredient selection and interaction, regulatoryÂ concerns that must be addressed early in development, and the extrapolation of preservative systems, Â fragrances, stability and texture aids;
•Â Exploring the advantages and limitations of raw materials;
•Â Addressing scale-up and pilot production process and concerns;
•Â Testing and Measurements Methods.
The 22 chapters written by industry experts such asÂ 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, give the reader and user the ultimate handbook on topical product development.
The Constitution Of The United States A Brief Study Of Its Genesis, Formulation And Political Philosophy
This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
A Generalized Taylor's Formula For Functions Of Several Variables And Certain Of Its Applications
The classical Taylor's formula of advanced calculus is generalized, extending the notion of the differentiability class Cm, with applications to maxima and minima and to sufficiency of jets.