Condylomata acuminata gigantea, Cosmetic Formulation of Skin Care Products.pdf
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John E. Andrea L. How can any individual obtain the knowledge of a dermatologist, the expertise of a PhD biochemist, the experience of a cosmetic chemist, and the insight of a research and development condylomata acuminata gigantea There is not enough time in one lifetime to master all of these disciplines.
It condylomata acuminata gigantea eight years after college to become a dermatologist, at least five years to condylomata acuminata gigantea a PhD, 10 years to become an experienced cosmetic chemist, and 10 years to mature into a research and development scientist. Thus, after 33 years of work experience and schooling the cross-disciplinary knowledge base would be complete!
This text aims to condense 33 years into pages, allowing mastery of the field of skin care formulation condylomata acuminata gigantea the exchange of knowledge. The book is organized sequentially in three sections: cutaneous formulation issues, formulation development and application, and active ingredients for skin treatment. Cutaneous formulation issues deals with the unique skin needs of each area of the body and the differences in skin response in various populations.
This knowledge base comes from dermatology. For example, the skin care needs of the face and the hands are quite different. There are numerous sebaceous glands and small vellus hairs on the face, but none on the palms of the hands. This means that reactions to products and product design must be different for these two areas. Furthermore, a product that might perform well in fair skin might not meet the needs of persons of color.
Titanium dioxide sunscreens are a good example. The titanium dioxide is not perceptible on the skin of a Caucasian individual, but causes unacceptable whitening in an African American individual.
These first two chapters of the text are designed to offer specific ideas for skin care needs. The chapters can be read either in their entirety or by using the outline format to select on those body areas or condylomata acuminata gigantea populations of interest. These chapters are all written by research and development scientists in industry with an condylomata acuminata gigantea of how these products function.
The chapters present the basic anatomy and physiology of the skin impacted by the product, ingredients, key considerations, and methods for product evaluation and testing. The dermatologic perspective on the use and selection of these skin care products is also presented. Lastly, the book presents an up-to-date look at many of the active products that form condylomata acuminata gigantea cosmeceutical arena to include: sunscreens, skin lightening agents, exfoliants, and anti-aging skin condylomata acuminata gigantea products.
The dermatologic perspective on each of these areas follows with a condylomata acuminata gigantea of papiloma intraductal de mama causas in relation to skin cancer prevention, the impact of cosmeceuticals on the skin, medical therapies for skin lightening, and acne treatment methodologies. This approach allows the dermatologist to better understand how these products are constructed, but also helps the industry researcher to view products from a medical perspective that bridges the over-the-counter and prescription worlds.
The text then looks at the world of botanicals, anti-inflammatories, and antioxidants. Specific raw materials are discussed by both industry researchers and dermatologists with an encyclopedic review of botanicals that are relevant to skin care. Thus, the text presents skin care, formulation, and raw material selection issues pursuing a unique multidisciplinary approach to the topic.
As part of the Marcel Dekker Cosmetic Science and Technology series, this text can serve as an introduction to some of the more product specific texts in condylomata acuminata gigantea series that deal solely with moisturizers, cleansers, antiperspirants, etc. This text can provide the 33 years of knowledge necessary to understand skin care formulation. An important consideration in formulation technology is the target site for product application. Should a skin care product be formulated for the entire body or are there unique needs for specific body sites?
As a dermatologist, I am keenly aware of the need to look at each anatomic area individually to achieve optimal product functioning. Failure to do so leads to development of a product that works everywhere and nowhere. The goal of this section of the text is to explore the uniqueness of the skin in various body locations to provide a foundation for anatomic formulation considerations. To understand formulation needs of each body area, several basic concepts must be elucidated.
First, the anatomy and physiology of the body site must be identified. For example, is the skin in the area bearing hair, sebaceous gland rich, transitional between dry and moist, marked by the presence of sweat glands, hormonally mediated, acne prone, age related, etc.
The second basic consideration is a discussion condylomata acuminata gigantea the dermatologic diseases that may afflict the given skin area. Good skin care products should supplement prescription medications when disease is present, but also maintain the health of the skin and prevent disease recurrence once resolution of the dermatologic problem has occurred. Third, the hygiene needs of the skin should be considered.
Is there natural bacterial colonization of the site? Is the site a mucous membrane with little resistance to viral particle penetration? Lastly, condylomata acuminata gigantea should be given what constitutes skin health in the area and what skin care needs should be met to allow maintenance of this health.
Only after all of these particular formulation issues have been considered can a truly quality product begin the development process.
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Failure to give the necessary forethought will result in a product that is met with initial enthusiasm, due to well-constructed marketing claims, but poor long-term product performance, due to lack of efficacy. This formulation textbook begins with this chapter, since these ideas form the next logical step in product development following product conception.
The face can be condylomata acuminata gigantea as a whole; however, the eyelids and the lips represent unique facial areas that demand separate 3 4 Draelos evaluation. The thicker skin of the hands and feet is different from anywhere on the body with a transitional area occurring between the rigid nails and the surrounding cuticle and soft tissue. The abundant sebaceous glands and terminal hair follicles on the scalp make this a separate skin environment, along with skin that expands and contracts with movement in intertrigenous areas such as the neck and the underarms.
The female condylomata acuminata gigantea male genitalia are also unique with numerous glandular and follicular structures that present a hygiene challenge. Everything else that is covered by skin can be simply labeled as the body. Let us begin by examining each of these skin environment areas separately.
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Face The face begins at the anterior hairline, stops at the condylomata acuminata gigantea, and is bounded by the lateral jawline and chin. It is the most complex and challenging area of the body for the formulator, yet more products are designed for facial use than any other. Because the face is the purveyor of our image, our personality, our health, and our age. It identifies who condylomata acuminata gigantea are, how we are, where we are, and sometimes what we hope to be. From a dermatologic standpoint, the face possesses unique medical attributes.
It contains all of the glandular structures of the body, including hair, and is characterized by dry skin and transitional skin. The transitional skin is found around the eyes, nose, and mouth. Condylomata acuminata gigantea is also frequently afflicted by a variety of skin diseases that complicate product development.
Anatomy and Physiology Let us begin by considering the anatomy and physiology of the face. The facial skin is the thinnest on the body, except for that around the eyelids. This means that the skin is easy to injure, but also readily healed. It is for this reason that skin surgeons prefer to operate on facial skin.
Incisions heal imperceptibly due to the minimal movement of skin on the face and the fact that the face is not weight bearing. Compare the facial skin to that of the upper chest, which heals extremely poorly.
The chest skin is constantly subject to pulling and pushing as the arms move, which predisposes any chest incision to healing with a thickened hypertrophic scar. Compare the facial skin to that of the lower ankles, which is some of the slowest healing skin on the body, because condylomata acuminata gigantea must bear a load with walking accompanied by constant movement.
Indeed, the facial condylomata acuminata gigantea is some of the most forgiving on the body when it comes to surgical manipulation. On the other hand, the facial skin is some of the least forgiving when it comes to irritation and allergy. The thinness of the facial skin that is so desirable for healing purposes allows the ready penetration of irritants and allergens, making product formulation more challenging.
The face is also characterized by numerous follicular structures in the form of pigmented terminal or full thickness hairs in the eyebrows, eyelashes, and male beard combined with white fine downy condylomata acuminata gigantea hairs over the rest of the face.
These follicular structures are the transition between the skin on the surface of the face and the ostia, or openings, that lead down into the follicle itself and the associated sebaceous or oil glands.
The follicular ostia forms the structure that is commonly referred to as a pore. The follicle creates the interesting topography of the facial skin with mountains occurring around each follicular structure and intervening valleys in between. This unique topography is known as dermatoglyphics, which forms the pattern and texture of the skin.
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Prominent dermatoglyphics lead to what is termed coarse skin while a more even skin surface with smaller pores leads to fine condylomata acuminata gigantea and better texture. At the base of the pore lies the hair follicle just below the oily sebaceous gland. The skin lining of the pore connecting the surface to condylomata acuminata gigantea depth of the follicle is an important Cutaneous Formulation Issues 5 transitional area.
This is the skin that sloughs improperly creating the environment appropriate for acne. This skin cannot be reached by traditional cosmetics and skin care products, but irritant or allergic reactions that occur at the skin surface can impact this follicular lining.
The pore is not only connected to the hair, but also to the sebaceous gland. The sebaceous gland is the structure that produces sebum. Sebum is the oil of the body that lubricates the skin surface, but also provides a food supply for bacteria, such as Propionibacterium acnes, and fungal elements, such as pityrosporum species.
The bacteria propionibacterium acnes digests the sebum releasing free fatty acids that initiate inflammation characterized by the influx of condylomata acuminata gigantea blood cells. These white blood cells form the pus that is seen with acne. Pityrosporum species are responsible for the initiation of the inflammation, also due to the release of free fatty acids, which is associated with the onset of dandruff condylomata acuminata gigantea the scalp and condylomata acuminata gigantea.
Dandruff of the face is medically termed seborrheic dermatitis. The facial skin also contains two types of sweat glands, known as eccrine and apocrine glands. Eccrine glands are the sweat glands that produce a sterile watery liquid associated with the maintenance of body temperature. It is the evaporation of the sweat from the skin surface that allows excess heat to be rapidly removed from the body.
However, on the face sweating can occur in response to emotion and the ingestion condylomata acuminata gigantea spicy food. This type of sweating is under a different neural condylomata acuminata gigantea than that associated with thermoregulation. The other type of sweat gland, known as an apocrine gland, produces a scented sweat that is unique to each individual.
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This apocrine sweat contributes to body odor and allows certain perfumes to smell differently condylomata acuminata gigantea each individual. The apocrine sweat glands are uniquely located around the eyes. Our discussion to this point has focused on the anatomic structures present on the facial skin to include pores follicular ostiaterminal hairs, vellus hairs, sebaceous glands, eccrine condylomata acuminata gigantea, and apocrine glands.
The face possesses a larger variety of these structures than any other skin on the body, which makes it unique. But, the skin on the face is structurally identical to any other skin on the body in that it is composed of two layers, to include the epidermis and the dermis. The epidermis is the outer layer of skin, which is covered by a thin layer of nonliving skin cells, known as condylomata acuminata gigantea stratum corneum.
The stratum corneum is the layer of skin with which all skin care products interact.
It is this structure that is impacted by the majority of formulations concocted by the cosmetic chemist. Beneath the epidermis lies the dermis. The dermis is the collagen-rich, structurally strong layer of skin. It condylomata acuminata gigantea the dermis of cow hides that is turned into leather.
The dermis actively participates in the immunologic surveillance of the body and produces a scar if injured.
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For all practical purposes, the cosmetic chemist is not concerned with the dermis as this is the realm of prescription drugs. The stratum corneum represents the skin barrier and is integral in differentiating those substances that must remain outside the body from those that are allowed to enter through the skin.
It accomplishes this end by a unique arrangement of dehydrated skin cells, known as corneocytes, interspersed between a combination of oily substances, known as intercellular lipids. The intercellular lipids implicated in epidermal barrier function include sphingolipids, free sterols, and free fatty acidsa. This organization has been likened to a brick wall where the bricks are represented by the nonliving corneocytes a Elias PM: Lipids and the epidermal permeability barrier.