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Completely revised and expanded, this second edition thoroughly examines the wide array of new and emerging cosmeceutical compounds from antiaging, skin care and repair, moisturizing, and protective compounds to agents with antimicrobial and antiirritant properties. In 38 authoritative chapters, this reference describes process engineering strategies to utilize active ingredients in cosmetics, alternative drugs in dermatology, cosmeceuticals for photoaging and UV care, the use of growth factors in cosmecuticals, substances for the management of unwanted facial hair, and the most recent issues in consumer safety.
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