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Can you get hooked on lip balm? : top cosmetic scientists answer your questions about the lotions, potions, and other beauty products you use every day, Perry Romanowski and the creators of TheBeautyBrains.Com

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Can you get hooked on lip balm? : top cosmetic scientists answer your questions about the lotions, potions, and other beauty products you use every day
Title
Can you get hooked on lip balm?
Title remainder
top cosmetic scientists answer your questions about the lotions, potions, and other beauty products you use every day
Statement of responsibility
Perry Romanowski and the creators of TheBeautyBrains.Com
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
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1969-
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Romanowski, Perry
Dewey number
646.7/2
Index
index present
LC call number
RA778
LC item number
.R615 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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TheBeautyBrains.Com
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Cosmetics
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Can you get hooked on lip balm? : top cosmetic scientists answer your questions about the lotions, potions, and other beauty products you use every day, Perry Romanowski and the creators of TheBeautyBrains.Com
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-188) and index
Contents
  • Pt. 1. Hair. Hair Products from Salons to Stores: The shampoo secret beauty companies don't want you to know -- Are salon products in regular stores the same as those in salons? -- Are Paul Mitchell products making your hair break? -- Does Ojon Restorative Treatment live up to its hype? -- Two natural oils that make your hair shiny and strong -- Is Pantene good or bad for your hair? -- Do curling shampoos really work? -- Tips on Caring for Your Hair: Drying dilemma: what's the best way to dry your hair? -- Does antidandruff shampoo really work? -- Can you clean your hair with conditioner? -- Are hair extensions killing your hair? -- Straight talk about straightening irons -- How to kill lice and not your hair -- Hair Myths: Are you spending too much on conditioner? -- Are silicones bad for your hair? -- What's the difference between a silicone and a polyquat? -- Is baby shampoo good for adult hair? -- Can you really rebuild your hair? -- Do you really need to put protein on your hair? -- How much hair loss is normal? -- Why do gray hairs look and feel different? -- Will honey and cinnamon help stop hair from falling out but turn hair gray? -- Are the pictures on the back of the shampoo bottle accurate? -- What's the difference between all those hair color products? -- Is a relaxer the only way to get hair really straight? -- Why does shampoo have meat tenderizer in it? -- Does the moon cause bad hair days? -- Can my hairspray can explode? -- Pt. 2. Skin. Skin Treatments: from Silly to Sublime: The best skin moisturizing oils in the world -- Three reasons why moisturizers for the hands and face should be different -- Do pore strips really work? -- Does Retin-A eliminate wrinkles? -- An inexpensive, natural wrinkle remover from the dairy case -- Are oral supplements good for your skin? -- Is an aspirin mask good for skin? -- A safe way to make your skin look brighter and younger -- What's the right way to apply sunscreen? -- How can you tell if your sunscreen has gone bad? -- Can skin creams cause cancer -- Why can't sunscreen be made to last longer? -- Does glycerin dry out skin? -- What is galvanic stimulation and does it do anything for skin? -- Does snake venom work as well as Botox? -- Are expensive self-tanners worth the money? -- Is semen good for your skin? -- Can saliva cure acne? -- Does the derma roller really work? -- The magic of witch hazel -- What is shark oil and why is it in skin cream? -- Is starch an effective skin care ingredient? -- Can Avon Anew get rid of crow's-feet? -- Can mesotherapy melt away fat? -- Is it safe to use lipstick on your cheeks? -- Do dryer sheets cause acne? -- The surprising secret of soap -- Beauty Biology: Four types of wrinkles and how to get rid of them -- What causes acne and can Skintactix cure it? -- How to pop a pimple -- The red-faced regret of rosacea -- What's the difference between antiperspirant and deodorant? -- Why armpit hair doesn't grow down to your knees -- What's the difference between skin irritation and skin allergies? -- Top five causes of darkened armpits --
  • Pt. 3. Makeup. Marvelous Makeup: Can you get hooked on lip balm? -- Do eye creams really reduce circles and puffiness? -- Do lip plumpers really work? -- Is your lip plumper making you sick? -- Skeptical about Smashbox's O-Glow -- How does tubing mascara work? -- Does facial cleanser really need to be applied with an "upward motion"? -- Why is there borax in Lush lip balms? -- Can lip gloss help you lose weight? -- Can Smashbox Halo Powder hydrate your skin? -- Nail Knowledge: Can UV nail polish dryers damage skin? -- Five ways to ruin your fingernails -- Are nail polish fumes dangerous? -- Why does nail polish remover stop working? -- Why does wearing polish turn your nails yellow? -- Four easy tips for longer, stronger nails -- Fragrance: The Science Of Smell: What makes some perfumes last so long? -- Can the fragrance added to lotions damage skin? -- Are perfumes made from natural ingredients? -- Is it safe to spray perfume on your hair? -- Can pheromone fragrances get you a date? -- Can perfume make you thinner? -- What's the relationship between quality and price when it comes to fragrance? -- Can aromatherapy help you sleep? -- Pt. IV. The beauty industry. Scandals and Secrets of the Beauty Biz: The 3 biggest fibs that cosmetics companies tell -- What does organic really mean? -- Can a skin cream really lift wrinkles from the inside out? -- Five fascinating facts about Max Factor cosmetics -- How salon brands get away with lying to you -- Are more expensive products worth the price? -- Why does the beauty industry get away with making bogus claims? -- What does hypoallergenic mean? -- What's the difference between cosmetics and drugs? -- Cosmetic Concerns and Perilous Products: Are your cosmetics poisoning you? -- Should you worry about urine in your makeup? -- The perils of parabens -- Why are there different kinds of parabens in products? -- Should you be worried about spermicide in your spa cream? -- What you should know about pregnancy and cosmetics -- Five ways beauty products can go bad -- Is radiation from cell phones and computers bad for your skin? -- Is foreskin good for y our face? -- Will covering your body with antiperspirant suffocate you? Three reasons why it's OK to have toxins in cosmetics -- Are natural products better than processed? -- What is violet #2 and what does it do? -- Why are companies allowed to use nanoparticles? -- What's wrong with sulfates -- Appendix A. Useful resources -- Appendix B. Ingredients lists
Control code
ocn657596378
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 194 p.
Isbn
9780373892341
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010044199
System control number
  • (OCoLC)657596378
  • a933158
Label
Can you get hooked on lip balm? : top cosmetic scientists answer your questions about the lotions, potions, and other beauty products you use every day, Perry Romanowski and the creators of TheBeautyBrains.Com
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [183]-188) and index
Contents
  • Pt. 1. Hair. Hair Products from Salons to Stores: The shampoo secret beauty companies don't want you to know -- Are salon products in regular stores the same as those in salons? -- Are Paul Mitchell products making your hair break? -- Does Ojon Restorative Treatment live up to its hype? -- Two natural oils that make your hair shiny and strong -- Is Pantene good or bad for your hair? -- Do curling shampoos really work? -- Tips on Caring for Your Hair: Drying dilemma: what's the best way to dry your hair? -- Does antidandruff shampoo really work? -- Can you clean your hair with conditioner? -- Are hair extensions killing your hair? -- Straight talk about straightening irons -- How to kill lice and not your hair -- Hair Myths: Are you spending too much on conditioner? -- Are silicones bad for your hair? -- What's the difference between a silicone and a polyquat? -- Is baby shampoo good for adult hair? -- Can you really rebuild your hair? -- Do you really need to put protein on your hair? -- How much hair loss is normal? -- Why do gray hairs look and feel different? -- Will honey and cinnamon help stop hair from falling out but turn hair gray? -- Are the pictures on the back of the shampoo bottle accurate? -- What's the difference between all those hair color products? -- Is a relaxer the only way to get hair really straight? -- Why does shampoo have meat tenderizer in it? -- Does the moon cause bad hair days? -- Can my hairspray can explode? -- Pt. 2. Skin. Skin Treatments: from Silly to Sublime: The best skin moisturizing oils in the world -- Three reasons why moisturizers for the hands and face should be different -- Do pore strips really work? -- Does Retin-A eliminate wrinkles? -- An inexpensive, natural wrinkle remover from the dairy case -- Are oral supplements good for your skin? -- Is an aspirin mask good for skin? -- A safe way to make your skin look brighter and younger -- What's the right way to apply sunscreen? -- How can you tell if your sunscreen has gone bad? -- Can skin creams cause cancer -- Why can't sunscreen be made to last longer? -- Does glycerin dry out skin? -- What is galvanic stimulation and does it do anything for skin? -- Does snake venom work as well as Botox? -- Are expensive self-tanners worth the money? -- Is semen good for your skin? -- Can saliva cure acne? -- Does the derma roller really work? -- The magic of witch hazel -- What is shark oil and why is it in skin cream? -- Is starch an effective skin care ingredient? -- Can Avon Anew get rid of crow's-feet? -- Can mesotherapy melt away fat? -- Is it safe to use lipstick on your cheeks? -- Do dryer sheets cause acne? -- The surprising secret of soap -- Beauty Biology: Four types of wrinkles and how to get rid of them -- What causes acne and can Skintactix cure it? -- How to pop a pimple -- The red-faced regret of rosacea -- What's the difference between antiperspirant and deodorant? -- Why armpit hair doesn't grow down to your knees -- What's the difference between skin irritation and skin allergies? -- Top five causes of darkened armpits --
  • Pt. 3. Makeup. Marvelous Makeup: Can you get hooked on lip balm? -- Do eye creams really reduce circles and puffiness? -- Do lip plumpers really work? -- Is your lip plumper making you sick? -- Skeptical about Smashbox's O-Glow -- How does tubing mascara work? -- Does facial cleanser really need to be applied with an "upward motion"? -- Why is there borax in Lush lip balms? -- Can lip gloss help you lose weight? -- Can Smashbox Halo Powder hydrate your skin? -- Nail Knowledge: Can UV nail polish dryers damage skin? -- Five ways to ruin your fingernails -- Are nail polish fumes dangerous? -- Why does nail polish remover stop working? -- Why does wearing polish turn your nails yellow? -- Four easy tips for longer, stronger nails -- Fragrance: The Science Of Smell: What makes some perfumes last so long? -- Can the fragrance added to lotions damage skin? -- Are perfumes made from natural ingredients? -- Is it safe to spray perfume on your hair? -- Can pheromone fragrances get you a date? -- Can perfume make you thinner? -- What's the relationship between quality and price when it comes to fragrance? -- Can aromatherapy help you sleep? -- Pt. IV. The beauty industry. Scandals and Secrets of the Beauty Biz: The 3 biggest fibs that cosmetics companies tell -- What does organic really mean? -- Can a skin cream really lift wrinkles from the inside out? -- Five fascinating facts about Max Factor cosmetics -- How salon brands get away with lying to you -- Are more expensive products worth the price? -- Why does the beauty industry get away with making bogus claims? -- What does hypoallergenic mean? -- What's the difference between cosmetics and drugs? -- Cosmetic Concerns and Perilous Products: Are your cosmetics poisoning you? -- Should you worry about urine in your makeup? -- The perils of parabens -- Why are there different kinds of parabens in products? -- Should you be worried about spermicide in your spa cream? -- What you should know about pregnancy and cosmetics -- Five ways beauty products can go bad -- Is radiation from cell phones and computers bad for your skin? -- Is foreskin good for y our face? -- Will covering your body with antiperspirant suffocate you? Three reasons why it's OK to have toxins in cosmetics -- Are natural products better than processed? -- What is violet #2 and what does it do? -- Why are companies allowed to use nanoparticles? -- What's wrong with sulfates -- Appendix A. Useful resources -- Appendix B. Ingredients lists
Control code
ocn657596378
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 194 p.
Isbn
9780373892341
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2010044199
System control number
  • (OCoLC)657596378
  • a933158

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