By Avi Shai, Howard I. Maibach, Robert Baran
;Handbook of beauty skincare КНИГИ ;ЗДОРОВЬЕ Название: instruction manual of beauty skincare Автор:Avi Shai Издательство: Informa Healthcare Год: 2009 Страниц: 296 Формат: PDF/ rar + three% Размер: 8.1 Mb Для сайта:www.mirknig.comISBN: 0415467187Cosmetics are more and more tending in the direction of being drugs, and it could actually frequently be tough, even for a certified within the box, to evaluate the suitability and effectiveness of the diversity of goods and methods to be had. This acclaimed totally illustrated and hugely readable guide discusses the most sorts of therapy to be had for the surface, hair and nails. It explains how those remedies are used and the way they act, together with descriptions of the energetic constituents concerned. particular emphasis is given to preventive measures. All these wishing to expand their wisdom of cosmetics and skincare, or these already operating within the beauty treatment and skincare industries, will locate this booklet a transparent and straightforward advisor to the scientific and medical points of dermis, hair and nail care.http://.com/files/c0sijay83 eighty five
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Exotic” ingredients: Exotic ingredients such as allantoin, gelatin, vitamins, proteins, and royal bee jelly are not superior to conventional compounds in retaining skin moisture. There is no scientific evidence that they have additional benefits, such as age-reversing qualities. Various preparations, including exotic ingredients in cosmetic products, are detailed in chapter 16 on active ingredients in cosmetic preparations. GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF MOISTURIZERS As a rule, individuals with dry skin should avoid frequent washing of the face with soap; they should also avoid exposure to harsh environmental factors such as cold wind and dry weather.
Eventually, cell death occurs, and various degradation products, partly lipid, are formed. Natural Moisturizing Factor The “natural moisturizing factor” is the name given to a combination of several compounds created in the skin, comprising approximately 20% to 25% of the keratinous layer. These compounds serve to retain the water content of the keratinous layer. Natural Moisturizing Factor Among the compounds that compose the natural moisturizing factor are r r r r r r r urea, lactic acid, glycolic acid, phospholipids, malic acid, pyruvic acid, and salts of pyrrolidone carboxylic acid.
POSSIBLE DISADVANTAGES OF REGULAR SOAP Normal tap water contains calcium and magnesium. When ordinary soap is used with tap water, calcium and magnesium salts of fatty acids are formed. These are “sticky,” not readily soluble salts. The salts remain on the skin surface and may lead to skin irritation. Another reason regular soap may cause skin irritation is that it has a high pH. 5). Consequently, it raises the skin’s pH (see below for an explanation of the concept of pH). However, healthy skin has mechanisms for adjusting its pH, so that shortly after it has been exposed to regular soap, its level of acidity returns to normal.