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Coloring the Cosmetic World

Using Pigments in Decorative Cosmetic Formulations

Faulkner, Edwin B.

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2. Auflage Juli 2021
288 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Hollenberg, Jane C. (Herausgeber)

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A comprehensive resource on the regulations, applications, properties and processing of pigments used in color cosmetics, now in its second edition.

Coloring the Cosmetic World is a highly practical guide to colorant selection for product formulations in the modern cosmetics and toiletries industry. Providing the essential knowledge required to successfully incorporate pigments into cosmetic formulations, this unique resource covers all essential aspects of color selection--including regulations, economics, color esthetics, and stability--as well as processing, color measurement, pigment testing, natural colorants, and more. This new edition contains carefully revised content and includes updated coverage of economic and regulatory criteria.

Drawing upon their decades of experience in the color industry, the author and editor focus on the specific color additives that are approved for use in cosmetics formulations. The book's twelve in-depth chapters include full masstone representations of numerous pigments to help readers appreciate subtleties and differences in absorption pigments, effect pigments, specialty pigments, and others. Appendices contain various pigment test methods, a glossary, and an up-to-date listing of treated pigment patents. Covering the chemistry, regulations, evaluation, processing, and properties of worldwide cosmetic pigments, this one-of-a-kind book:
* Covers the common pigments used in lipsticks, face makeup, eye shadow, mascara, nail lacquer, and other color cosmetics
* Provides detailed information on a variety of specific pigments, including their chemical properties, esthetic quality, and application in a wide range of products
* Discusses regulatory considerations and the economics of selecting colors for use in different decorative cosmetics
* Highlights practical concerns such as colorants' stability, interactions with other chemicals, manufacturing conditions, and packaging
* Explains how the effects of heat, light, pH, humidity, and other environmental factors inform pigment selection for different product types and use cases

Coloring the Cosmetic World: Using Pigments in Decorative Cosmetic Formulations, Second Edition, is an indispensable guide for cosmetic chemists, a useful reference for purchasing agents, supply coordinators, and marketers working in the cosmetics industry, and a valuable supplementary text for undergraduate and graduate university programs in the field.

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1: Color Basics

Chapter 2: Color Selection-Regulations

Chapter 3: Color Selection-Stability

Chapter 4: Color Selection-Color Esthetics

Chapter 5: Color Selection-Economics

Chapter 6: Pigment Dispersion

Chapter 7: Color Measurement & Pigment Testing.

Chapter 8: Surface Treated Pigments

Chapter 9: Effect Pigments

Chapter 10: Specialty Pigments

Chapter 11: Natural Colorants

Chapter 12: Some Slices of Life

Bibliography of Ancillary Resources

Appendix A: Pigment Test Methods.

Appendix B: Treated Pigment Patents

Author's Biography

Glossary of Terms

Index
Edwin B. Faulkner graduated with a degree in Chemistry from Widener University and spent 44 years in the color industry. He retired from Sun Chemical Corporation in September of 2014 as General Manager - Global Cosmetics and Personal Care. During his 41-year career with the company, Ed held numerous technical, administrative, financial, sales, regulatory, manufacturing, and general management positions. He was a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of Cincinnati, teaching color chemistry in the Cosmetic Science Master's Program. He has published numerous articles on organic pigments, authored a chapter in The Chemistry and Manufacture of Cosmetics, and co-edited the second edition of High Performance Pigments.

Jane C. Hollenberg has more than 40 years' experience in the cosmetic industry, working with cosmetic pigments and color cosmetic products at Coty, Revlon, and Merck KGaA. Since 1996, she has operated JCH Consulting, where she provides services in formulation, scale-up, and troubleshooting of pigmented formulations. She has a number of patents involving pigmented color cosmetics and is a three-time recipient of the Alan Black Memorial Award from the SCC for best paper concerning color cosmetic formulation. Jane has succeeded Ed Faulkner in teaching the color cosmetic course as an adjunct faculty member in the cosmetic science program of the University of Cincinnati School of Pharmacy.

E. B. Faulkner, Widener University, Chester, PA