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j. $oc. Cosmet. Chem., 40, 385-412 (November/December 1989) INDEX TO VOLUME 40 SUBJECT INDEX Abrasiveness evaluation of hand cleansers, 33 Absorption bands fatty acids & metallic salt, B, moisture in skin, 151 liposome-encapsulated cosmetics skin, 51 percutaneous azone, D skin penetration of vitamins, 41 TCC soap, 75 Acetic acid neutralizer skin penetration, 41 Acetone sunscreen ingredient comedogenicity, E Acetone/ether water recovery properties of pseudoceramides stratum corneum, J Acetulan comedogenic potential of preservatives, 135 Acetylated lanolin alcohol comedogenic potential, 135 Acid acrylic synergy of preservative system components, A amino protein content in hair, 91 arachidonic alteration of Ia + Langerhans cells, 101, evaluation of anti-inflammatory ingredients (abstract), 243 ascorbic skin penetration, 119 aspartic proteins of hair, 91 benzoic permeability (abstract), 243 caproic role in body odor, B cysteic proteins of hair, 91 fatty follicular keratosis, E, lipid bilayer vesicles, 51 glutamic proteins of hair, 91 hexadecanoic sebum composition, C iso-valeric role in foot malodor, B lauric comedogenicity, E linoleic sebum composition, C myristic comedogenicity, E octadecadienoic sebum composition, C oleic glyceryl monostearate composition, 215, sebum composition, C palmitic glyceryl monostearate composition, 215, sebum composition, C perchloric radiotracer experiments, 205 perspiration hair coloring, 65 production preservation testing, 193 propionic role in body odor, B salicylic permeability (abstract), 243 stearic glyceryl monostearate composition, 215, lotion composition, 193, sebum composition, C, synthesis of amide derivatives, J tetradecanoic capillary gas chromatogram of spangler sebum, C value in glyceryl monostearate syneresis in cream, 215 Acne cosmetic, E cyoctol cutaneous metabolism, D Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate cross polymer lotion synergy of preservative system components, A Acrylic acid antimicrobial activity nonionic o/w lotion, A synergy of preservative system components survival curve slope method, A Adsorption lipids in conditioners removal of cationics, 205 surface physical properties hair, 173 Aerobic bacillus preservation testing, 193 bacteria level of dandruff, 109 Aerobic plate counts preservative efficacy methods, 193 Aerosols effect of zinc oxide deodorant development, B Affinity dyes to hair, 65 African hair electrophoretic analysis, 91 Agar media kinetics of bacterial death, 193 plate count methods bacterial content, 21 tryptic soy test organisms for preservative system efficacy, A Agar patch test validation antibacterial liquid soap, G Age culture conditions kinetics of bacterial death, 193 385
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