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by David C. Steinberg

Category: Beauty Grooming and Style
Subcategory: Health, Diets and Fitness
Author: David C. Steinberg
ISBN: 0931710545
ISBN13: 978-0931710544
Language: English
Publisher: Allured Pub Corp (November 1996)
Fb2 eBook: 1321 kb
ePub eBook: 1837 kb
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Preservatives For Cosmetics book.

Preservatives For Cosmetics book.

David C. Steinberg founded Steinberg & Associates, a consulting firm based in Plainsboro, NJ, USA, in 1995

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.

Preservatives for Cosmetics by David C. Steinberg is one of those books, kept within arm’s . Steinberg is one of those books, kept within arm’s reach and consulted at the start of every formulation project. He follows this with general information about preservative approvals and regulations. One of the most enlightening sections of the introduction is the description of the ideal preservative.

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According to Preservatives for Cosmetics by David C. Steinberg, essential oils that have demonstrated . The Natural Preservatives Antioxidants An anti-oxidant is a preservative that reduces the rate of oxidation in oils that oxidize quickly

According to Preservatives for Cosmetics by David C. Steinberg, essential oils that have demonstrated antimicrobial activity include caraway, cinnamon, clove, cumin, eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, rose, rosemary, sage, sandalwood and thyme. Grapefruit seed extract or citricidals are another class of antimicrobials that are considered by some to be more natural than the parabens. The Natural Preservatives Antioxidants An anti-oxidant is a preservative that reduces the rate of oxidation in oils that oxidize quickly. Oxidation is a chemical process that occurs when oils or other natural ingredients are exposed to oxygen.

This essential reference book, by David C. Steinberg, is of vital importance to formulators and finished-goods marketers from both a. . Steinberg, is of vital importance to formulators and finished-goods marketers from both a regulatory and new ingredient standpoint.

Without preservatives, cosmetic and personal care products, just like food, could spoil. As cosmetic products are used, they come in contact with the skin and applicators that contact the skin, thus potentially exposing the product to bacteria and fungi. For nearly 100 years, preservatives have been safely used in cosmetic and personal care products to prevent the growth of fungi, bacteria and yeast that could cause products to spoil or cause adverse health effects such as skin or eye infections. It is the responsibility of product manufacturers to ensure that the preservatives used, like any cosmetic ingredient, are safe prior to being placed in a marketed product.

Cosmetic and OTC Drug Compliance Experts Expertise includes: - Safety Data Sheet . by David C. Steinberg, FRAPS.

Cosmetic and OTC Drug Compliance Experts Expertise includes: - Safety Data Sheet Authoring in compliance with OSHA HazCom 2012 (GHS).

Natural, organic preservatives for cosmetics and skin care products. Cosmetic products become easily contaminated by bacteria and fungi. Containing water, oils, peptides, and carbohydrates cosmetics are a very good medium for growth of microbes

Natural, organic preservatives for cosmetics and skin care products. Containing water, oils, peptides, and carbohydrates cosmetics are a very good medium for growth of microbes. All these factors contribute to the fact that cosmetic products need preservation to prevent microbial growth and spoiling of the cosmetic product and also infection of the skin. Our preservatives have potent antimicrobial properties preventing personal care products effectively from spoiling and prolonging substantially the shelf-life.

This essential reference book, Preservatives for Cosmetics, Second Edition is of vital importance to formulators and finished-goods marketers from both a regulatory and new ingredient standpoint. Updated from his 1996 original, author David Steinberg has added several new sections including a review of water activity and HACCP as well as non-preservative ingredients that act as preservatives.Formulators are acutely aware of the need to adequately preserve their products to ensure the product s safety and be in compliance with the US Food & Drug Administration, EU and other international regulations. Steinberg reviews the current provisions and requirements of several regulatory bodies plus includes chapters on: Common Preservatives Other Preservatives Combinations and Solutions Preservatives as Active Ingredients Natural Preservatives Non-Traditional Preservatives Water Activity (HACCP) Antioxidants Chelating AgentsSave valuable research time by having this important reference book in your lab!
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