Hair and Hair Care
Dale H. Johnson
CRC Press, Mar 7, 1997 - Medical - 384 pages
Reviews the chemical and physical properties, care and treatment of hair, including product development. The book discusses ethnic hair, its appropriate management measures and products; emphasizes manufacturing and sales strategies for domestic and international product viability; surveys instrumental methods for product performance evaluation; presents sensory and market research techniques for optimum consumer satisfaction; and more.
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Physical Properties of Hair
Cleansing of Hair
Conditioning of Hair
Hair StylingFixative Products
Fragrance for Hair Care Products
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