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A Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients

A Consumer s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients This enlarged fourth edition of The Consumer s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients lists and defines new ingredients in all investigates effectiveness of popular anti aging products and

  • Title: A Consumer's Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients
  • Author: Ruth Winter
  • ISBN: 9780517881965
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • This enlarged fourth edition of The Consumer s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients lists and defines 2,000 new ingredients 5,500 in all , investigates effectiveness of popular anti aging products, and addresses the growing ethnic market along with other sweeping economic and societal changes that have affected the cosmetic industry.

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    1. Surprisingly good for a dictionary. The book is well researched. You grasp a lot of information from the intro and the appendix something some research books can't offer. The appendix is particularly useful too.The only problem I have with this ( and this is a tiny one) is that some of her research is biased, and shows only one side of the research in the beginning but it still deserves five stars in my opinion.


    2. Some really good books aren't in my collection because of aliphatic aldehydes! It's truly frustrating to start reading an otherwise captivating book and develop a headache and itching hands. My body lost the ability to detoxify scented hand creams. I retired sooner than planned because of increasing reactivity to some chemicals, like the aldehydes used to make scented cosmetics.When researching the problem, I became cynically amused to read that some aldehydes are used a both a base for perfume [...]



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