Author: Sakamoto Kazutami
Number Of Pages: 854
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Cosmetic Science and Technology: Theoretical Principles and Applications covers the fundamental aspects of cosmetic science that are necessary to understand material development, formulation, and the dermatological effects that result from the use of these products. The book fulfills this role by offering a comprehensive view of cosmetic science and technology, including environmental and dermatological concerns.
As the cosmetics field quickly applies cutting-edge research to high value commercial products that have a large impact in our lives and on the world’s economy, this book is an indispensable source of information that is ideal for experienced researchers and scientists, as well as non-scientists who want to learn more about this topic on an introductory level.
Comprehensive source on the science and technology of cosmetics, their properties, formulation, uses, function, and dermatological and toxicological effects
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Cosmetic Science and Technology: Theoretical Principles and Applications covers the fundamental aspects of cosmetic science necessary to understand material development, formulation, and the dermatological effects that result from the use of these products. In the cosmetics field, cutting-edge research is quickly applied to high value commercial products that have a large impact in our lives and on world economy. Therefore, a thorough understanding of the underlying science is of paramount importance. The present book fulfils this role by offering a comprehensive view of cosmetic science and technology including environmental and dermatological concerns. Cosmetic Science and Technology: Theoretical Principles and Applications is an indispensable source of information for experienced researchers and scientists, as well as non-scientists who want to learn about this topic at an introductory level. Covers the science, preparation, function, and interaction of cosmetic products with skin Addresses safety and environmental concerns related to cosmetics and their use Graphical summary with short introductory explanation for each topic Relates product type performance to its main components Describes manufacturing methods of oral care cosmetics and body cosmetics in a systematic manner
About the Author
Kazutami Sakamoto is a Guest Professor at the Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Science & Technology, at Tokyo University of Science (TUS), Japan and former professor of Faculty of Pharmacy at Chiba Institute of Science (CIS), Japan. He is a Fellow of the Chemical Society of Japan and was a Chairman of Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry at The Chemical Society of Japan for 2007-2008. In these capacities he conducts fundamental research in the field of cosmetic science. He has 37 years of industrial carrier for the R&D and international marketing of cosmetic ingredients and products at Ajinomoto Co., Inc. (33 years), Shiseido Res. Cent. (3 years), and Seiwa Kasei (2 years). As well as working in industry, Dr Sakamoto has been active in research and educations at Universities as Yokohama National University, Shinsyu University then Tokyo University of Science as an adjunct professor. After retiring from industry in 2008, he has been expanding academic activities. His study “Self-Organization of Amino Acid Based Chiral Surfactants: Evaluation of Organized Structures and Interactions with Biological System was awarded by Japan Oils Chemists’ Society in 2005. He has been actively participating in many international conferences as an invited speaker over the past decade and more.
Robert Y. Lochhead is Professor and Director Emeritus of Polymer Science and High-Performance Materials at the University of Southern Mississippi, USA. Following a 25-year career with I.C.I., Unilever, and BF Goodrich, Bob Joined academia and served as Professor, Chair and Director of the School of Polymers and High-Performance Materials at the University of Southern M
Release Date: 11-04-2017
Package Dimensions: 46x286x2482