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Formulating Strategies in Cosmetic Science

Formulating Strategies in Cosmetic Science is timely and valuable to formulators in addressing the science and art of personal care.

Formulating Strategies in Cosmetic Science includes:

  • Preservatives
  • Emulsions
  • Sunscreens
  • Hair care
  • Polymer/Physical Chemistry
  • Skin Care
  • Green Chemistry
  • Formulating Tips


  1. The Safety Factor in Preservative Efficacy Testing
  2. The Labeling of Fragrance Allergens in the European Union
  3. Natural Preservatives
  4. Frequency of Use of Preservatives 2003
  5. The “Period After Opening” in the Jungle of EU Product Labeling
  6. Water Activity
  7. Natural Preservation from Concepts in Nature
  8. Soap: Our Old Friend and Great Emulsifier
  9. Refractive Index Matching: Principles and Cosmetic Applications
  10. Choosing Thickening Agents for Emulsions, Part I: Water Phase Thickeners
  11. New Emulsion Technology Makes Formulation Easy
  12. Correlation of Long-term Physical Stability of Emulsions with the Short-term Rheological Measurements
  13. Stabilizing Nanodispersions in Personal Care and Cosmetic Applications
  14. Particle-Stabililzed Emulsions: A Brief Overview
  15. Evaluating a “New” Emulsifier
  16. Optimizing Your Emulsion to Meet Marketing Requirements
  17. Rationalizing and Producing Nanoemulsions for Personal Care
  18. Effect of Oil Type on Stability of W/O/W Emulsions
  19. Preparing PIC Emulsions with a Very Fine Particle Size
  20. Pigments as Photoprotectants
  21. Improved Delivery and Efficacy with Dimethyl Isosorbide
  22. Film-Formers Enhance Water Resistance and SPF in Sun Care Products
  23. Preservation of Sunscreen Products
  24. Photostability: The Back Story of UV Filters
  25. Stopping the Sun
  26. Shampoo Formulation: The Basics
  27. Extending the Hair Care Line with Fragrance
  28. New Shampoo Technologies: Between the Shock Waves
  29. Deposition from Conditioning Shampoo: Optimizing Coacervate Formation
  30. Hair and Amino Acids
  31. Pseudo-Nonionic Surfactant Complexes in Soap Bars
  32. Diglycerol: A Humectant with Unique Sensory Qualities
  33. Esters From Vegetable Sources with Care Effects for Skin
  34. A Novel Presentation of Nonionic PEG Surfactants
  35. Underarm Technical Review: Consumer Drivers
  36. Linear Polyethylenes and Long-Chain Alcohols in Underarm Sticks and Soft Solids
  37. Makeup Powders Preservation and Water Activity
  38. The Color Game, No Easy Feat
  39. Correlating Water Contact Angles and Moisturization
  40. Cream in Powder Form: A New Concept in Makeup
  41. Blush Just Got Smarter
  42. Hyperbranched Polyalphaolefins Enhance Anhydrous Stick Formulations
  43. Formulating Scrubs
  44. A Brief Review of Polymer/Surfactant Interaction
  45. A New Dimension in Hairstyling—VP/Methacrylamide/Vinyl Imidazole Copolymer
  46. Enhancing the Feel of Vegetable Oils with Silicone
  47. Reducing Odiferous Volatiles with Zeolites
  48. Selecting Silicone Surfactants for Personal Care Formulations
  49. Anionic/Cationic Complexes
  50. Amphoteric Anionic Interactions
  51. Going to a Wetting
  52. Properties of Surfactants: Wetting
  53. Formulating for Efficacy
  54. A Dermatologic View: Effects of Occlusion (II): Wound Healing
  55. Personal Care Wipes: Manufacturing Practices & Microbiological Control
  56. How Sensory Evaluation Can Provide Development Direction: An Approach
  57. Linking Sensory and Rheology Characteristics
  58. Significant Statistical Differences in Sensory Research
  59. Using Consumers’ Sensory Experience to Achieve Strategic Market Segmentation
  60. Delivery Review: Looking at Liposomes
  61. Formulating Infant Skin Care Products
  62. A Discussion on Emulsifiers for Baby Products
  63. Emerging Technologies for Cosmetic and Personal Care Wipes
  64. Wipes: Recently Disclosed Intellectual Property
  65. Formatting for Children’s Sensitive Skin
  66. Petrolatum and Vegetable-Based Alternatives in Natural Cosmetics
  67. Navigating the Challenges of Formulating with Naturals
  68. Organic Cosmetic Standards: A New Formulation Challenge
  69. Green Formulations: Not All Components are Equal
  70. Getting Ready for REACH
  71. (Re)Formulating within REACh with Formulating from First Principles


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Formulating Strategies in Cosmetic Science
2009 • 807 pages • $178.00 + shipping
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