Cosmetic microbiology plays an essential role in product development, plant sanitation, product testing and research. Manufacturers continue to have microbiological issues with product preservation, house organisms, de-ionized water quality and contaminated batches of product. With more than 40 years of experience as an inspector and microbiologist with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a researcher with several major cosmetic companies, and a microbiological consultant, Donald S. Orth, PhD, shares his knowledge, views and guidance of the proper way to deal with these issues.
Insights into Microbiology focuses on the preservation of formulations, including how the principles of preservation/hurdle technology must be applied to preserve products; that green (preservative-free) products may require the same preservative efficacy test acceptance criteria as products with chemical preservatives; and that rapid methods for preservative efficacy testing save time, material and disposal costs, and shorten product development timelines.
This book s well-developed chapters provide guidance on proper testing, as well as information on one of the most serious issues of our time antibiotic resistance. Insights into Cosmetic Microbiology is the single most valuable resource for this subject.
Keys to Successful Product Preservation
Preservative-free (Self-preserving) Products
Normal Microflora of Skin and Mucous Membranes
Effects of Products on the Normal Microflora of Skin and Mucous
Probiotics The New Ambrosia
Pseudomonas The Nemesis of the Cosmetic Industry
Mistakes to Avoid in Product Development and Testing
The Future of Cosmetic Microbiology
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Donald S. Orth, PhD, is a recipient of the Maison G. de Navarre Medal Award. He has been active in the Society of Cosmetic Chemists (SCC) for nearly 30 years, has received two SCC Chapter Best Presentation of the Year awards, is a Fellow of the SCC, and is an emeritus member of the SCC and the American Society for Microbiology. Orth has been an adjunct professor of cosmetic science in the College of Pharmacy at the University of Cincinnati for more than 30 years, and has written or co-authored many articles and books on cosmetic microbiology. He is a thought leader in cosmetic microbiology and has been an invited speaker at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and at international conferences.Review:
[Orth] has done a superior job of introducing basic concepts of bacteria behavior in an easy-to-understand manner. He discusses many of the things he feels are essential to preserving products in what he calls the keys to successful product preservation. I would recommend this book to anyone interested in microbiology and product preservation. --Prof. Jon J. Kabara, Director of R&D, Med-Chem Labs, Inc.
Orth] has done a superior job of introducing basic concepts of bacteria behavior in an easy-to-understand manner. He discusses many of the things he feels are essential to preserving products in what he calls 'the keys to successful product preservation.' I would recommend this book to anyone interested in microbiology and product preservation --Prof. Jon J. Kabara, Director of R&D, Med-Chem Labs, Inc.
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