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Cosmeceuticals
Active Skin Ingredients
Revised Edition

Cosmeceuticals: Active Skin Treatment is an expanded reference covering the controversial issues of consumer protection, product safety and industry responsibility with regard to treatment cosmetics.

Features of Cosmeceuticals: Active Skin Treatment:

  • discusses AHA efficacy and modes of action
  • investigates the anticellulite efficacy of various actives
  • reviews ceramides and hyaluronic acid as skin-care ingredients
  • summarizes the role of application frequency in drug dosing
  • shares efficient schemes for formulating treatment products
  • discusses formulating for sensitive skin
  • covers special care considerations for ethnic, infant and elderly skin
  • covers safety and regulatory issues

New chapters focus on areas such as:

  • amphoteric hydroxy complexes
  • pollution and aging
  • whitening efficacy
  • substantiating antiaging product claims

Contents

  1. Why Cosmeceuticals?
  2. Cosmeceuticals or Cosmethics: Industry Responsibility
  3. Cosmeceuticals — The Future of Cosmetics?
  4. FDA Regulation of Cosmeceuticals
  5. Cosmeceuticals as a Third Category
  6. Drug Delivery on Skin vs. Application Frequency
  7. Factors in Formulating Cosmeceutical Vehicles
  8. Efficient Formulation of Cosmeceutical Products
  9. Sensitive Skin: Analysis of Symptoms, Perceived Causes and Possible Mechanisms
  10. Sensitive Skin
  11. Formulating for Sensitive Skin
  12. Ethnic Sensitive Skin
  13. Infant Skin and Its Care
  14. Cosmetics for Elderly People
  15. The pH of the Stratum Corneum: An Update
  16. Aged Skin, Retinoids and Alpha Hydroxy Acids
  17. Hydroxy Acids and Skin Aging
  18. Substantiating Antiaging Product Claims
  19. Metalloproteinase Inhibitors
  20. AHAs and Derivatives
  21. AHA and Exfoliative Skin Disease
  22. Amphoteric Hydroxy Complexes: AHAs with Reduced Stinging and Irritation
  23. Aging and the Future of Enzymes in Cosmetics
  24. Skin Lighteners
  25. Skin Lightening
  26. Melanogenesis Inhibitor from Paper Mulberry
  27. Whitening Efficacy of Frequently Used Whitening Ingredients
  28. Protecting the Skin Against Exogenous Noxes
  29. Pollution and Aging: Antioxidants for Skin
  30. Ceramides: Their Promise in Skin Care
  31. Hyaluronic Acid in Cosmetics
  32. Controlling the Appearance of Cellulite
  33. Cellulite Treatments: Snake Oils or Skin Science

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Active Skin Ingredients
Revised Edition

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