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Formulating for Sun
Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulators' Resource

Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine offers the cosmetic chemist a compendium of information on creating sun care products in this Formulating for Sun compilation.

Formulating for Sun covers the gamut of information for sun industry professionals: from the basics of SPF, to testing, formulating and sun filters.

This book spans a wide range of topics such as UV damage in hair and skin, outdoor tanning and self-tanners, the importance of filters, forms of delivery and treatments in photoaging, offering a comprehensive look at the formulation aspects of sun care products.

Anyone designing products for sun protection, tanning or sunless tanning should find answers here to many troublesome formulation questions encountered on a day-to-day basis.

Contents

Introduction

  1. The ABCs of SPFs: An Introduction to Sun Protection Products
  2. The South Beach Sunscreen Survey 2001

Effects of UV Damage

  1. Sun Damage from Glycolic Acid Use
  2. UV Damage on Human Hair
  3. Wrinkles from UVA Exposure

Tanning

  1. Ascorbic Acid and Its Derivatives in Cosmetic Forumations
  2. Self-Tanners: Formulating with Dihydroxyacetone
  3. Substantiating Claims for a Tanning Magnifier
  4. Inhibitory Effects of Ramulus Mori Extracts on Melanogenesis

Filters and Blockers

  1. BEMT: An Efficient Borad-Spectrum UV Filter
  2. Pigments as Photoprotectants
  3. Safety and Efficacy of Microfine Titanium Dioxide
  4. Designing Broad-Spectrum UV Absorbers
  5. Boldine as Sunscreen

Stability of Filters

  1. A New Photostabilizer for Full Spectrum Sunscreens
  2. Stability Analysis of Emulsions Containing UV and IR Filters
  3. Photostability of Methyl Anthranilate in Different Formulations
  4. Photostability of Sun Filters Complexed in Phospholipidsor Beta-Cyclodextrin

Photoprotection

  1. Green Tea and Skin Photoprotection
  2. Artemia Extract: Toward More Extensive Sun Protection
  3. Heat- and UV-Stable Cosmetic Enzymes from Deep Sea Bacteria
  4. A Photoprotection Polymer for Hair Care
  5. Protecting Against UV-Induced Degradation and Enhancing Shine
  6. Photoprotection from Ingested Carotenoids

Formulating

  1. Sunscreen Formulation and Testing
  2. Formulating Water-Resistant Sunscreen Emulsions
  3. Hydrogenated Polydecenes and High-SPF Physical Sunscreens
  4. Controlling the Spreading of Sunscreen Products
  5. Sunscreen Formulas with Multilayer Lamella Structure
  6. Film-formers Enhance Water Resistance and SPF in Sun Care Products
  7. A New Phosphate Emulsifier for Sunscreens
  8. Formulating Water-Resistant TiO2 Sunscreens
  9. Sunscreen Interactions in Formulations

Skin Delivery

  1. Cyclodextrins in Skin Delivery

Testing

  1. A Laboratory Method for Measuring the Water Resistance of Sunscreens
  2. Photoaging and Photodocumentation
  3. Determination of the In Vitro SPF
  4. Quality Compasison of w/o and o/w Photoprotection Creams
  5. Quantifying Benzophenone-3 and Octyl Methoxycinnamate in Sunscreen Emulsions
  6. Photostability Testing of Avobenzone

Photoaging

  1. Treatment of Photoaged Hands
  2. Defending Against Photoaging: A New Perspective for Retinol
  3. Participation of Metalloproteinases in Photoaging

Index

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Formulating for Sun
Cosmetics & Toiletries Formulators' Resource
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