Volume II - Formulating features the contributions of many accomplished experts from topics related to cosmetic products (creams, liquids, powders, ethnic care, pencils and lipsticks) to hair products (growth, straightening, permanent waving, spray, gels, shampoos and conditioners) to nail preparations, tanning products, and bath and shower products as well as packaging development and compatibility/incompatibilities. The chapters are written by industry experts such as Mitchell Schlossman, Geoffrey Brooks, Robert Y. Lochhead, Patricia Aikens, Randall Wickett to name a few.
This is an excellent resource and educational tool for beginning to advanced formulating cosmetic scientists and can be used as a textbook for any chemistry student interested in pursuing a career in the cosmetic field.
In this volume you will learn about:
Product Development Process, Emulsion Raw Materials and Stability, Rheology Formulation Considerations, Emulsifiers for Sunscreen Products, Native American Botanical Traditions, Components and Formulations of Face Masks, Hair Care Products in Gel Form, Understanding the Pigmentation Process, Skin Lightening Formulation Issues, Underarm Product Forms and Considerations Shaving Product Formulary, Relative Merits of Hair Removal Methods, Structure and Chemistry of Hair, Surfactants and Cosurfactants in Shampoos, Conditioning Shampoos and Hair Conditioners, Pearlizing Agents in Shampoos, Hairspray Composition and Manufacture, Dye Forming Chemistry, Dye Product Formulations, Traditional Scalp Treatment Products, Physiology and Chemistry of Hair, Formulating Relaxers, Hair Growth Ingredients, and much more!
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About the Editor
Mitchell L. Schlossman was a contributor to Volume IV of The Chemistry and Manufacture of Cosmetics published in 1975 and worked closely with M. G. DeNavarre, its editor. He felt obliged to carry on DeNavarre s work to update these volumes so that they may be an important guide to formulating cosmetic scientists in the 21st century.
Mitchell earned an M.A. from Kean University and has extensive work experience as a Consultant, Group Leader of Skin Care, Manager of Cosmetics & Toiletries and executive positions in top companies. Currently, he owns a consulting firm, Mitchell Schlossman Consulting, LLC. He is a member of professional societies including American Chemical Society, The Chemists Club, American Institute of Chemists (Fellow), AAAS, CIBS, CTFA (member and Air Quality Task Force), Society of Cosmetic Chemists (Fellow, Past Chairman and National Director, Recipient of Merit Award). He has authored and edited numerous publications in trade magazines, books and professional journals.
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Book Description Allured Pub Corp, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110931710766