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COSMETIC SCIENCE

Vol. 54, No. 5
September-October 2003

The Official Journal
of the
Society of Cosmetic Chemists

ORIGINAL PAPERS


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 Investigation of the phase behavior and an evaporation study of systems of lavender oil, water, Laureth 4, and Tween 80
Abeer Al-Bawab   pp. 429-441

 
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 The 21-day human cumulative irritation test can be reduced to 14 days without loss of sensitivity
James P. Bowman , Richard S. Berger , Otto H. Mills , Albert M. Kligman , Tracy Stoudemayer   pp. 443-449

 
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 O\/W microemulsion as a vehicle for sunscreens
M. Eugenia Carlotti , Marina Gallarate , Valeria Rossatto   pp. 451-462

 
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 Efficiency of a continuous height distribution model of sunscreen film geometry to predict a realistic sun protection factor
L. Ferrero , M. Pissavini , S. Marguerie , L. Zastrow   pp. 463-481

 
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 Penetration enhancement in mouse skin and lipolysis in adipocytes by TAT-GKH, a new cosmetic ingredient
Jun Man Lim , Min Youl Chang , Sun Gyoo Park , Nae Gyu Kang , Young Sook Song , Young Hwa Lee , Young Chang Yoo , Wan Goo Cho , Soo Young Choi , She Hoon Kang   pp. 483-491

 
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 Synthesis of new fragrances from 2-methylfuran. Part III
Janusz Nowicki   pp. 493-498

 
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 Relationship between physical parameters and blood flow in human facial skin
Kazue Tsukahara , Yoshinao Nagashima , Shigeru Moriwaki , Tsutomu Fujimura , Michihiro Hattori , Yoshinori Takema   pp. 499-511

 

TECHNICAL NOTE


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 Photodegradation of phenol and salicylic acid by coated rutile-based pigments: A new approach for the assessment of sunscreen treatment efficiency
Davide Vione , Tatiana Picatonotto , M. Eugenia Carlotti   pp. 513-524

 

ABSTRACTS


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 Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists Japan Vol. 36, No. 4, 2002
  pp. 525-526

 

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 Front Matter

 
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