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Hair: Testing, Process and Repair for the Cosmetic Industry
(Harrys Cosmeticology 9th Ed.)

ISBN-13/EAN: 9780820604046
Book - Paperback
Pub Date: Sept 2016
174 pages

An Overview COSMETIC MANUFACTURING PROCESSES, COLD-PROCESS EMULSIFICATION PRODUCING SUB-MICRON DISPERSIONS: FORMULATION AND AESTHETIC ENHANCEMENT OF COSMETIC, Over the counter PRODUCTS and INTELLIGENT SELECTION AND MANUFACTURE OF NATURAL EXTRACTS

Editor: Bruce Victor

Contributors: Donald S. Buell Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. - Rose Khosravani Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. - Doug J. Melenkevitz Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. - Bruce L. Victor Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. - David P. Yacko Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. - Meyer R. Rosen Interactive Consulting, Inc.

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The new 9th edition of Harry’s Cosmeticology is available as a 3 volume set containing over 2600 pages of new information on the recent changes in the cosmetic and personal care industry.

Chemical Publishing is now offering key parts of the title for those interested in a particular subject area covered in the book.

Harry’s Cosmeticology 9th Edition has developed a new line of “Focus Books” for this purpose.

Focus books are a series of selected chapters that can be used as a reference guide for a particular subject area.

The new 9th edition of Harry's Cosmeticology is available as a 3 volume set containing over 2600 pages of new information on the recent changes in the cosmetic and personal care industry. Chemical Publishing is now offering key parts of the title for those interested in a particular subject area covered in the book. Harry's Cosmeticology 9th Edition has developed a new line of "Focus Books" for this purpose. Focus books are a series of selected chapters that can be used as a reference guide for a particular subject area.

This focus book covers:-

13.1.2 Unit Operations

a. Mixing
1. Quality of Mixing
2. Mixing Rheology
3. Heat Transfer
4. Types of Reactors and Their Use in Cosmetics
5. Emulsion Processing EquipmentHeat Transfer

13.1.3.1 Wet SystemsSingle Phase (Miscible) Systems

a. Flow Patterns: Fluids with Low or Medium Viscosity (< 5,000 centipoise)
b. Impellers for Liquids of Low and Medium Viscosity
c. Power Consumption
d. Pumping Capacity and Velocity Head
e. Mixing Time
f. Influence of Vessel Shape
g. Flow Patterns: Fluids of High Viscosity
h. Impeller Types and Mixers for High-Viscosity Fluids

13.1.3.2 Wet Systems - Multiphase Systems

a. The Emulsification Process
b. Orientation of Phases
c. Addition of Surfactant
d. Emulsion Temperature
e. Emulsion Processing Equipment - Mixing
f. High-Shear Mixers and Dispersion Equipment
g. Batch Homogenizers
h. Continuous High-Pressure Homogenizers and Mixers
i. Processing of Water in Silicone Emulsions
j. Liposome Production

13.1.3.3 Wet SystemsLiquidSolid Systems

a. Suspension of Solids
b. Milling Equipment
c. Colloid Mills
d. Ball Mills
e. Three-Roll Mills

13.1.4 Filling

a. Filling Parameters
b. Filling Machines
c. Filling Low-Viscosity Products (Lotions, Toners, Liquid Makeups)
d. Filling High-Viscosity Products (Creams, Mascaras, Masks)
e. FillingTraditional Lotion Products
f. Filling Shear-Sensitive Products
g. Filling Shampoos, Conditioners, CleansersProducts That Aerate
h. Packaging Lines
i. Warm and Hot FillsCreams and Dispersions
j. Warm and Hot FillsGodet Products
k. Warm and Hot FillsLipsticks, Lip Balms, Suppositories
l. Antiperspirants and Deodorants

13.1.5 Scale-Up
a. Agitation
b. High-Shear Mixing
c. Heat Transfer
d. Mass Transfer

13.1.6 Dry Systems

a. Blending Equipment
b. Shearing Equipment
c. Alternatives to the Hammer Mill
d. Batch Color Correction
e. Powder Grinds for Creams and Lotions BatchesDry Mix
f. Loose Powders
g. Filling Loose Powders
h. Filling Pressed Powders
i. Powder Scale-UpBatch

13.1.7.1 Wet Continuous Process

a. Emulsion Products Requiring Cooling
b. Emulsion Hair Conditioners
c. Hair Gels
d. Scale-Up of Continuous Systems
e. Production Design Considerations

13.1.7.2 Dry Continuous Processing

Bulk Powder Storage

Part 13.2 Cold-Process Emulsification Producing Sub-Micron Dispersions:
Formulation and Aesthetic Enhancement of Cosmetic and OTC Products

Authors:
Michael Ross
James Wilmott

13.2.1 Contemporary Cosmetics
a. The Future
b. Properties of Emulsions
c. Issues with Emulsions

13.2.2 Factors Driving the Search for Alternate Approaches

a. Textural Diversity
b. Enhanced Performance
c. Marketplace Confusion
d. Regulatory
e. Resource Availability and Sustainability

13.2.4 Sub-Micron Micelles

13.2.5 Methods of Producing Sub-Micron Micelles

13.2.6 Formulating with Sub-Micron Micelles

13.2.7 Manufacturing Benefits

a. Protection of Key Materials
b. Consistency & Reproducibility
c. Reduced Manufacturing Cost
d. Global Consistency

13.2.8 Consumer Benefits

a. Enhanced Product Efficacy
b. Unique Aesthetic Experiences
c. Consistency and Reproducibility
e. Safety
f. Environmental

Part 13.3 Intelligent Selection and Manufacture of Natural Extracts

Author:
Satish Nayak

13.3.1 Introduction

13.3.2 Sources of Natural Ingredients

a. Plants
b. Microorganisms
c. Algae

13.2.3 Extraction Technologies

a. Solvent Extraction
b. Microwave Assisted Extraction (MAE)
c. Factors affecting efficiency of MAE
d. Ultrasonic Assisted Extraction (UAE)
e. Factors Affecting Efficiency of UAE
f. Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SCFE)
g. Factors affecting efficiency of SCFE

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