Course: B Pharmacy Year / Semester: 4th / 8th
Name of the Subject COSMETIC SCIENCE THEORY
Subject Code: BP809ET
Contents of the Topics
|1||Classification of cosmetic and cosmeceutical products
Cosmetic excipients: Surfactants, rheology modifiers, humectants, emollients, preservatives. Classification and application
|Nice to know||10|
|2||Principles of formulation and building blocks of skin care products:
Moisturizing cream, Cold Cream, Vanishing cream their relative skin sensory, advantages and disadvantages. Application of these products in formulation of cosmecuticals.
Principles of formulation and building blocks of Hair care products:
Conditioning shampoo, Hair conditioners, antidandruffshamp
Chemistry and formulation of Para-phylene diamine based hair dye. Principles of formulation and building blocks of oral care products: Toothpaste for bleeding gums, sensitive teeth. Teeth whitening, Mouthwash.
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|3||Sun protection, Classification of Sunscreens and SPF.
Role of herbs in cosmetics:
Skin Care: Aloe and turmeric Hair care: Henna and amla. Oral care: Neem and clove
Analytical cosmetics: BIS specification and analytical methods for shampoo, skin-cream and toothpaste.
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|4||Definition of cosmetics as per Indian and EU regulations, Evolution of cosmeceuticals from cosmetics, cosmetics as quasi and OTC drugs.
Principles of Cosmetic Evaluation: Principles of sebumeter, corneometer. Measurement of TEWL, Skin Color, Hair tensile strength, Hair combing properties
Soaps,and syndet bars. Evolution and skin benefits.
|Desirable to know||8|
|5||Oily and dry skin causes leading to dry skin, skin moisturisation. Basic understanding of the terms Comedogenic, dermatitis.
Cosmetic problems associated with Hair and scalp: Dandruff, Hair fall causes Cosmetic problems associated with skin: blemishes, wrinkles, acne, prickly heat and body odor.
Antiperspirants and Deodorants- Actives and mechanism of action
|Desirable to know||7|
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