Balanced coverage of natural cosmetics, and what it really means to be "green"
The use of natural ingredients and functional botanical compounds in cosmetic products is on the rise. According to industry estimates, sales of natural personal care products have exceeded $7 billion in recent years. Nonetheless, many misconceptions about natural products—for instance, what "green" and "organic" really mean—continue to exist within the industry. Formulating, Packaging, and Marketing of Natural Cosmetic Products addresses this confusion head-on, exploring and detailing the sources, processing, safety, efficacy, stability, and formulation aspects of natural compounds in cosmetic and personal care products.
Designed to provide industry professionals and natural product development experts with the essential perspective and market information needed to develop truly "green" cosmetics, the book covers timely issues like biodegradable packaging and the potential microbial risks they present, the use of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) to identify biomarkers, and chromatographic methods of analyzing natural products. A must-read for industry insiders, Formulating, Packaging, and Marketing of Natural Cosmetic Products provides the reader with basic tools and concepts to develop naturally derived formulas.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part I Market and Trends.
- Chapter 1. The natural personal care market (Darrin C. Duber Smith).
- Chapter 2. Consumer and formulator of natural cosmetic products: understanding and integrating each other needs (Yi Hsin Chang).
- Chapter 3. The Mechanics of Developing a Natural/Organic Non-governmental Cosmetic Standard (Amy B. Olson)
Part II Regulatory Aspects.
- Chapter 4. Regulatory perspective of natural and organic claims for cosmetic products (Azalea Rosholt).
- Chapter 5. The US legal perspective on making natural and organic claims for cosmetic products (Miriam Guggenheim and Mary Joy Ballantyne).
- Chapter 6. Regulatory and safety aspects of natural fragrance ingredients (Anne Marrie Api and Matthias Vey).
- Chapter 7. Advertising self regulation- a review of cosmetic claims and natural/organic claims (Annie Ugurlayan).
Part III Safety Aspects.
- Chapter 8. The safety assessment of plant derived ingredients in cosmetics (Viny Srinivasam and Eric Antignac).
- Chapter 9. Approaches to assessing consumer safety of botanical ingredients with emphasis to type I allergy (Esperanza Troyano, Donna Mc Millan, Katherine Sarlo, Lijuan Li. Rohan Wimalasena).
- Chapter 10. Preserving cosmetics with natural preservatives and preserving natural cometics (James Flanagan).
- Chapter 11. Microbial risks for Eco-friendly packaging (John Yablonki, Sharon Mancuso).
Part IV Use of Natural Ingredients.
- Chapter 12. Formulating Natural Cosmetics with Oils, Fats, Butters, and Waxes (Mark Garrison and Nava Dayan).
- Chapter 13. Natural Antioxidants and their Effects on the Skin (Anne Pouillot, Luigi L. Polla, Philippe Tacchini, Alice Neequaye, Ada Polla, Barbara Polla).
- Chapter 14. The use of quercetin and curcumin in skin care and consumer products (Brian Kilfoyle, Dishka Kausjik, Jenna Terebeski, Sonali Bose, Bo Michniak Kohn).
- Chapter 15. Ayruvedic Ingredients in cosmetics (Raja Sivalenka and Mangathayaru Putrevu).
- Chapter 16. Formulating with traditional Chinese medicine herbs (Ina Scienoff and Robin Choi).
- Chapter 17. The inside-out concept as complement to the use of topical sunscreen: The case for endogenous skin photoprotection form sunlight by natural dietary actives such as tomato carotenoids (Joseph Levi and Yoav Sharoni).
Part V Analysis of Naturals.
- Chapter 18. Chromatographic Techniques for the Analysis of Natural Products in Cosmetics (Stefan Gafner Jacquelyn R. Villinski).
- Chapter 19. The use of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for the identification of biomarkers for quality control of plant extracts (Kan He and Marc Roller).
Part IV Biodegradation.
- Chapter 20. Biodegredability evaluation for cosmetic ingredients and finished products (Jennifer K. Saxe).
- Cahpter 21. Overview of Biodegradable Packaging, Methods and Current Trends (Gaurav Kale).
Nava Dayan PhD, is the R&D Director at Lipo Chemicals, Inc. and an Associate Adjunct Professor in the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy at Rutgers University. During her twenty-four years of experience, she has specialized in a variety of areas related to skin treatment, especially in the research and understanding of the interaction between topically applied compounds and the skin. Dr. Dayan has received numerous awards for excellence for various papers she has authored. She is the author and co-author of more than one hundred and fifty publications, including book chapters, and has been granted eight patents.
Lambros Kromidas, PhD, was Vice President for Product Integrity with Coty Inc., where he was responsible for the Microbiology, Toxicology, Clinical Testing, Claims Substantiation, Consumer Affairs, and Regulatory Affairs programs. Dr. Kromidas developed "green" guidelines for the industry and has lectured and published on the matter. Currently, he consults on such matters as Principal of OnPoint Scientific Solutions LLC.