Cosmetics are unique products, as diverse as foods and drugs, but without the imposed limits of shelf-life considerations and sterile manufacturing. Furthermore, unlike foods and drugs, the cosmetic industry lacks the support of established academic programs or a significant body of publication; instead, its knowledge base has always fallen under t

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Basic microbiology

chapter chapter two|52 pages

Biology of microbes

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Sanitary practices in cosmetic manufacturing

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Cosmetic microbiology test methods

chapter chapter six|14 pages

Validation of methods

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Preservation of cosmetics

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Global regulatory and toxicologic aspects of cosmetic preservation