In the six years since the last edition of Preservatives for Cosmetics, the field has changed and there are now more players with bigger concerns. The scope is now even more international than it has ever been before.
In this new, fully revised third edition, David C. Steinberg s coverage of the contemporary usage of cosmetic preservatives has been expanded to more than twice its original length, giving deeper and broader coverage to areas including alcohols, halogenated compounds, diols, and several others. Even greater depth has been added to discussions of preservatives many forms and applications, alongside expansion on topics that include preservatives as active ingredients, HACCP and cGMPs, and non-traditional preservatives. Finally, an entirely new final chapter addresses international regulatory guidelines and restrictions for respective preservatives geographically, with regions or blocs including the European Union, ASEAN, Japan, and Canada.
Preservatives for Cosmetics: Third Edition is a hands-on, usable reference to cosmetic preservatives that delivers a plethora of information in a succinct, approachable style. Reference textbooks need not be dry and impenetrable. In his customary voice known for decades to the readers of Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine, David Steinberg has opened even wider the gates of formulative knowledge and application.
Written for: Cosmetic Chemists, Cosmetic Marketers, Detergent and Soap Formulators, Microbiologists, Dermatologists, Pharmaceutical Chemists, Suppliers, Fragrance Chemists, Natural Cosmetic Formulators, Toxicologists, anyone interested in regulatory!
The entire book has been fully revised, and in some cases overhauled and expanded.
The primary Preservatives chapter has been expanded to more three times its original length, giving deeper and broader coverage to areas including alcohols, halogenated compounds, diols, and several others.
Attention is paid to preservatives as active ingredients, as well as HACCPs and cGMPs, a topic new to this volume.
New chapter that addresses geographically significant preservatives with regard to application and allowance/restriction/regulation.
ASEAN Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam
Mercosur Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay, with Chile and Bolivia
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David C. Steinberg founded Steinberg & Associates, a consulting firm based in Plainsboro, NJ, USA, in 1995. Co-founder of the graduate program in cosmetic sciences at Fairleigh Dickinson University where he lectured for 18 years on cosmetic chemistry, Steinberg has more than 35 years of experience in marketing, technical service and regulatory affairs in the personal care industry. In addition, he was president of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists in 1991. Steinberg is a frequent speaker worldwide on cosmetic regulations and preservation as well as sunscreen and cosmetic ingredient chemistry. In 2009, he was honored as the first regulatory expert in personal care to be granted fellow status by the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society.
David Steinberg background: BS Chemistry Drexel University 1965, MBA Management Pace University 1969.
Memberships: American Chemical Society, Institute of Food Technologists, Regulatory Affairs Professional Society, Cosmetics, Toiletries and Fragrance Association, Canadian Cosmetics, Toiletries and Fragrance Association; ICMAD- Board of Directors; Society of Cosmetic Scientists, Society of Cosmetic Chemists. He has served as Chapter Chair, National Treasurer and National President of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists. He also has served as Honorary Auditor and member of the Presidium of the International Federation of Cosmetic Chemists.
Honors: Society of Cosmetic Chemist Merit Award, Fellow Membership, Eminent Visiting Scholar Virginia State University, Paper of the year Australian Society of Cosmetic Chemists, IFSCC Sponsored Speaker.
Since 1995 David has written a bimonthly column for Cosmetic & Toiletries magazine on cosmetic regulations.
In 2006 David was the founder of the Cosmetic Preservative Council. (Executive Director)
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