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Topics on Biopharmaceutical Phytotherapy

Topics on Biopharmaceutical Phytotherapy

The book, after having shown the molecular basis that, at times, explain the poor pharmacological and clinical
behavior of most herbal derivatives, deals with the topics of their standardization and molecular titration. It
also deals with the phytocomplex issue, with the problem of the poor oral bioavailability and with the
approach of the modern biopharmaceutical phytotherapy finalized to improve the pharmacological and
clinical performance of the botanical derivatives by making use of galenical technics, lipidic carriers and
enzymatic antagonists.
One chapter of this book, undoubtedly “curious”, is the one dedicated to the chemesthesis that illustrates the
possibility of interfering, by means of the herbal derivatives, with the receptors in charge to signal the
environmental conditions of “cold” and “hot” and whose use can allow the intervention on pain and irritation
mechanisms. Moreover, we are going to deal with two more topics: the French paradox and the
phytoestrogens. These are important to understand the epidemiological origin of the use of some herbal
drugs, potentially capable of preventing most causes of deaths, cardiovascular diseases and cancers, afflicting,
above all, most economically developed countries.
In the following chapters, but in some ways throughout the whole book, we accurately describe some herbal
derivatives thought to be important due to their therapeutic applications. These range from urology to
metabolic diseases, from lipidology to phlebology, whose investigations exemplify what the correct method
should be to understand the herbal drug potentiality and to follow its manufacturing in order to make it a
useful drug for therapy.
The book also deals with the problems, unfortunately still widely spread, of herbal frauds trying to highlight,
above all, the procedures used to build up a fraud from simply adding a dye, giving the patient the impression
that the product contains a highly concentrated extract full of active ingredients, up to the most serious
sophistications where the adding of antibiotics or analgesics gives the extract an efficacy which it does not
possess at all.
Finally, at the end of the book, we both deal with the difficult chapter of the herbal chemistry, deliberately
simplified for an easy reading and understanding, and with the chapter concerning with the natural
sweeteners obtained by extraction, a possible alternative proposal to the endless controversial matter of
artificial sweeteners.
On the whole, the book speaks about a phytotherapy which wants to be and should be considered a scientific
matter. A phytotherapy which, on the one hand, wants to be aloof from the modern herbalist’s shop and, on
the other hand, a tool meant to be useful for the medical practice, in order to add, but not replace, to the
already existing allopathic instruments, so as to lengthen and enrich, in some way, the list of the medical
means available for the patient.
 

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Where to Buy Directory - Chemicals, Plant & Services - ONLINE Version

Where to Buy Directory - Chemicals, Plant & Services - ONLINE Version

Where to Buy Directory, Chemicals Plant & Services is the comprehensive guide and reference index to suppliers of General, Fine & Speciality Chemicals, Ingredients, Plant & Services. We are available in print, in digital and online search platforms. Our free online search contains thousands of suppliers, CAS numbers, products, keywords, services and plant & machinery from the UK and including some international suppliers.
 
Published every June our reference directory is the one stop source for finding chemicals and ingredients in all quantities and volumes used in industry from large scale to smaller scale industry, laboratory and testing applications. In depth editorial articles and company articles complement our reference index.   
 

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Where to Buy Directory - Chemicals, Plant & Services - PRINT Version

Where to Buy Directory - Chemicals, Plant & Services - PRINT Version

Where to Buy Directory, Chemicals Plant & Services is the comprehensive guide and reference index to suppliers of General, Fine & Speciality Chemicals, Ingredients, Plant & Services. We are available in print, in digital and online search platforms. Our free online search contains thousands of suppliers, CAS numbers, products, keywords, services and plant & machinery from the UK and including some international suppliers.
 
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Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2017

Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2017

The Protective Function of Cosmetic Products
 
Today people find themselves exposed to environmental pollution caused by smog, increased radiation from sunlight, electromagnetic radiation, and pollutants in the water. The personal care industry has developed innovative products to protect the skin from harmful effects
of these pollutants. Some of these are able to trigger the body’s own defense system while others serve as protective shield. Another subject is the decontamination of strongly adhering substances from the skin. This book discusses the research results and solutions that have been offered. Sustainability is still playing a major role, when developing new products in the cosmetic industry. There are many ways to give consideration to this important issue when producing personal care products

Content

Chapter I – Antipollution
Advances in Dry Skin Decontamination using Absorbent Textile Materials
(Fanny Knorr, Alexa Patzelt, Heike Richter, Martina Meinke, Maxim E. Darvin, Jürgen Lademann)
Modern Facial Cleansing Formulations with Proven Make-up Removing Efficacies
(U. Kortemeier, U. Linke, P. Schwab)
Ectoin ®  – A Versatile Natural Anti-Aging Active (Dr. Andreas Bilstein)
Protection Against Pollution-Induced Skin Ageing by a Natural Cosmetic Ingredient
(A. Iddamalgoda, Kazal B. Biswas, K. Tanaka, S. Takayama)
Protecting the Skin from Pollution
(Alicia Giménez, Cristina Davi, Elena Cañadas, Núria Almiñana, Raquel Delgado)
How Botanical Actives protect Skin and Hair against Pollution-related Damage
(Hagen Döring, Blanca Martínez-Teipel, Jordi Bosch)
Plant-IGF-1, Activating Proteasome to Detoxify and Protect the Eye Contour
(Míriam Mateu, Silvia Pastor, Patricia Carulla, Isabel Bronchalo, Mikel Gorostiaga)
Use of a Solution of Marine Glycogen  to Reduce Electromagnetic Radiation-induced Oxidative Stress on Human Skin (Lorena Sánchez, Cristina Thiebaut)
 
Chapter II – Sustainable Ingredients
Microplastic Particles in Cosmetic Products – Impact on the Environment? K. Rettinger, B. Huber
Dermatological Activities of Saskatoon Berry Extract – 
A Rich Source of Antioxidants with Positive Benefits for the Skin (A. Waelti)
Acer rubrum Bark Extract, the new Natural and Eco-responsible Anti-ageing Ingredient 
Obtained from a Coproduct of the Canadian Forest Industry
(Marie-Anne Boucher,  Mariana Royer,  Alexandra Jeanneau)
A highly efficient sustainable Technology Platform  to obtain Actives from Plant Totipotent Cells
(O. Expósito Ph.D, M. Perez, R. Vallecillo, M. Mas, A. Gallego Ph.D, T. Ruiz, S. Laplana)The Amazonian Sustainable Cosmetic Ingredients: Innovation by Rainforest Bioactives
(Almeida Michelle Cauchick Nogueira De, Franzina Felipe Demira Terequi)
Sustainably Sourced Pentylene Glycol – a Green All-Rounder (N. Konaté, M. Nahrwold) 
 
Chapter III – Testing Methods
Antipollution Products – a Rationale for in vitro Testing (K. Jung, M. Seifert, Th. Herrling)
Environmental Skin Protection Strategies –  A New Clinical Testing Method Employing a Cigarette Smoke Pollutant Model (S. Bielfeldt, A. Böhling, S. Laing, C. Hoppe, K.-P. Wilhelm) 
 
Chapter IV – Technology
Quantitative Determination of Gallic Acid and Tannic Acid from Gallnut Extract ................146
(S. Schagen, B. Holz, A. Waelti, J. Böttcher) 
 
Chapter V – Formulations
Hair Care
Skin Care
Sun Care
Disclaimers for the Fomulations
 
Chapter VI – Company Index

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Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2016

Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2016

Innovations for Skin & Hair Care
in a Multicultural Market
The GIFG 2016 sheds light on how to meet the requirements for Halal and Kosher Products, how stem cell technology can be useful in sun care formulations, which ingredients are efficient for specific hair care issues while meeting the standard of sustainability, which natural solutions have been found to take care of sensitive skin
and how phytoestrogens can be used in anti-ageing formulations. The readers will also receive some insight in pigment dispersion, olfactory analysis technology and the pros and cons of high performance liquid chromatography.
 
CONTENT
Chapter I – Religious Requirements for Cosmetics
Cosmetics According to Religious Precepts: Halal Products and Kosher Products
(Andrea Wanninger, Ricarda Kohlen)
 
Chapter II – Skin Care
Harnessing the Power of Nature to Illuminate the Skin
(Delphine Rival, Philippe Moussou, Valerie Andre-Frei)
Purified Fraction of Polysaccharides Extracted from Quinoa Seeds:
Innovative Active Ingredient with Immediate Lifting and Anti-Wrinkle Effect
(Lorena Sanchez, Cristina Thiebaut)
A Holistic Approach to Soothing Sensitive Skin
(Veronique Maurin, Imke Meyer und Cornelia Jones)
Challenging the Force of Gravity
(Julia Comas, Cristina Davi, Elena Canadas, Albert Soley, Raquel Delgado
Lichen, Moss and Ferns)
Untapped Source of Effective Foot and Skin Care Actives
(Stefan Banziger, Stefan Hettwer, Brigit Suter, Barbara Obermayer)
Equol – a Topically Applied Phyto-Oestrogen Improves Skin Characteristics
(Christina Urbanek, Berit Hippe, Diana Gessner, Helga Fiala, Alexander G. Haslberger)
GENENCARE™ OSMS: Unlock the Power of Nature
(Piera Pericu, Carole Gherardi, Andre Krouwer, Hans Lambers)
 
Chapter III – Hair Care
Amaranth Active Ingredients Solve Typical Brazilian Hair Problems
(Hagen Doring, Blanca Martinez-Teipel, Laura Gallego)
Novel Esterquat as High Performance Conditioning Agent
with Improved Sustainability Profile
(Peter Schwab, Ursula Westerholt, Uta Kortemeier, Verena Dahl, Jochen Kleinen)
 
Chapter IV – Sun Care
ARABIAN COTTON PRCF – A Synergistic Sun Care and Skin Care Approach
(Oscar ExpositoTarres, Sara Laplana Lasierra, Maria Mas Duarte, Susana Martinez Ferrero)
The Challenge of Making Non-Nanometric Inorganic UV Filters
(Pilar Leret, Julian Jimenez, Jose Francisco Fernandez)
 
Chapter V – Colour Cosmetics
Wetting Agents – Multifunctional Ingredients in Colour Cosmetics
(Alexander Thiemann, Sabrina Grone, Manuela Salmina-Petersen, Jan Janichen)
 
Chapter VI – Cosmeceuticals
D’Cosmix™ Range of Cosmeceutical Blends
(Muhammed Majeed, Priti Vaidyanathan)
 
Chapter VII – Technology for Labs and Production
Aspects of Modern Chromatography
What Makes HPLC and UHPLC so Indispensable for Analysis or Development?
(Silke Schagen, Markus Fuchs)
Molecular Analysis for Determining Differences and Similarities
of Perfume Dupes
(Hansruedi Gygax, Nathalie Nibbe, Bjorn Maxeiner)
 
Chapter VIII – Market Research
Going the Extra Mile to Uncover the Secrets of Beauty
(David Paxton)
 
Chapter IX – Formulations
Body Care
Cleansing
Colour Cosmetics
Hair Care
Skin Care
Sun Care.
Disclaimers
 
Chapter X – Company Index
Chapter XI – Suppliers’ Directory
 

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IFSCC Monograph - Analysis of Polymers for Cosmetics

IFSCC Monograph - Analysis of Polymers for Cosmetics

INTRODUCTION

The objective of this monograph is to review the methods of characterization and analysis of polymers used in cosmetic products. The book is not designed to provide an exhaustive, up-to-date analysis of the field, but rather to give cosmetic researchers a basic overview of the types of analysis carried out for new and established products. Each method is illustrated with one or two examples of analysis in order to demonstrate the basic capabilities of each technique.


 INDEX

1 Definition and  Classification
1.1 Classification of Polymers Used in Cosmetics
1.2 Classification of Methods for Polymer Characterization and Analysis

 2 Physical and  Chemical Properties of Polymers
2.1 Chemical Structure and Composition
2.2 Physical Properties – Appearance, Color, Turbidity, and Odor
2.3 Molecular Weight
2.4 Particle Size Distribution and Particle Shape
2.5 Solubility and Solution Properties
2.6 Thermal Methods
2.7 Ionic Character and Charge Density
2.8 Mechanical Properties
2.9 Rheological Methods
2.10 Interfacial Properties
2.11 Polymer Degradation
2.12 Electrical Methods
2.13 Optical Methods
2.14 Microscopy
2.15 Biodegradability of Polymers
2.16 Corrosivity of Polymers
2.17 Toxicity of Polymers

 3 Analytical Data for Selected Polymers

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Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2015

Global Ingredients & Formulations Guide 2015

The GIFG 2015 will introduce numerous innovations: the practicable realization of sustainability in the process of production and extraction of valuable vegetable feedstock, multifunctional actives from natural sources as well as a patented product for simplifying the formulation of sun screen products, new technologies to supersede environmentally harmful ingredients as well as a technology enabling maximum purity and yield while requiring a minimum expenditure. Additionally, you will get insight in the requirements for “green packaging” and the updated regulations and possibilities for dermatological tests.

The GIFG 2015 – a specialized cook book for the innovative formulator!


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Cosmetology - Theory and Practice Vol. 1-3

Cosmetology - Theory and Practice Vol. 1-3

Cosmetology – Theory and Practice
Research – Test Methods – Analysis – Formulas


This book represents a symbiosis of two standard works and provides a comprehensive overview of the field of cosmetology. \"Grundlagen und Rezepturen der Kosmetika\" (Schrader) and \"Die kosmetischen Präparate\" (Domsch) have been combined into a text book and reference work in one.

The aim of creating this book was to provide cosmetic chemists, dermatologists, pharmacists and biologists, as well as other scientists involved in cosmetology an introductory overview of the interesting and multifaceted field of cosmetics.

The defining theme of the book “Cosmetology – Theory and Practice – Research -Test Methods – Analysis - Formulas“ is to follow the path of cosmetic preparations from research, through the development stage and into the final testing phase.

The editors\' own experiences are paired with contributions from many prominent scientists and colleagues from the same field.

The editors’ task was to coordinate all of the contributions and opinions.

The field of cosmetology today is extremely varied and extensive, and as a result, some topics must remain incomplete within the context of this book. Other topics are examined with particular care, for example, fragrance oils and their composition. The scope of this already voluminous work allowed for no further compromises.


ISBN-10 3-87846-245-X
ISBN-13 978-3-87846-245-3
Order No. 500-0095
Over 1100 pages, fully colored

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