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T351 Perfumes and Colours – I

SECTION – I
Sr. Topics No. of
no. Hrs
1 cosmetics of fragrance :olfaction & its role, History of perfume, 03
classification sources of fragrance.
2 Sources of raw material and their use in formulation. 12
i) Essential oils – Production equipment, Steam distillation, Water
distillation, Treatment of Condensate water after distillation.
Extraction of essential oils.
ii) Flower oils – Extraction with cold fat and hot fat, alcoholic extracts,
absolutes of enflurage and chasis. Extraction with volatile solvents,
selection of solvent and extraction apparatus.
Merits and Demerits of above mentioned extraction procedures.
iii) Resins, Gums, Exeudates –extraction processes e.g. Soxhlet
Apparatus, Percolation, Maceration
Resins – Rosin and Shellac.
Oleo Resins – Ginger oleo resin.
Oleo gum resins – Gum storax, gum benzoin and
Balsum – Balsum of Peru, Myrrh.
iv) Isolation, Identification & Standardization of following.
Eugenol, Pinene, Linalool, Citral, Geraniol

3 Fixatives – Sources, classification, chemical composition and uses. 08


i) Animal Source – Civet, Musk, Ambergis.
ii) Resinous Fixatives – Benzoins, Balsams, Myrrh.
iii) Essential oils Fixatives – Sandalwood, Lemon, Connamon
iv) Synthetic Fixatives – Diethyl phthalate, Benzyl-benzoate
alcohols.

Number of Lectures 23
SECTION – II
Sr. Topic Hours
No.
4 Alcohols – 06
I) Manufacture of Ethanol
II) Purification of Ethanol
III) Deodorization of Ethanol
5 odorous material manufactured synthetically by following processes. 12
(reaction and flow diagram)
i) Condensation- Coumarin, Diphenyl oxide and cinnamic aldehyde.
ii) Esterification – Benzyl Acetate, Benzyl Benzoate
iii) Grignard’s process- phenyl ethyl alcohol.
iv)Hydrogenation- Citronellal from Citronellol.
v) Nitration – Musk ambrette, Musk Xylene and Musk ketone
vi) Oxidation- Vannilin, Heleotropins, anisaldehyde, Benzaldehyde.
6 Flavours- sources & properties of Vanilla, Rose, Pineapple, Peppermint, 04
Mango, Raspberry, Orange & Lemon.
Number of Lectures 22
Total number of Lectures 45

Books :
1) Perfumes, Flavoures and Essential Oil Industries –SBP Board.
2) Manufacture of Perfumes. Cosmetics & Detergents – Prasad.
3) Sagarin -Cosmetics : Science & Technology , 2nd edition, volume-III,
Published by, A Wiley Interstice publication John Wiley & sons.
4) Guanther. Essential Oil
5) W. A. Poucher. Perfumes, soaps & Cosmetics, Ninth edition published by,
chapman & Hall.
6) Louis Appell, The formulation & preparations of Cosmetics fragrances &
flavours,published by, Micelle Press United Books& Periodical.
P351 Perfumes and Colours – I

(3 hrs/ week)

1) Extraction of volatile oils- cold fat, hot fat alcoholic extracts.


2) Distillation of water/oils.
3) Countinuous extraction process, Soxhelt apparatus.
4) Distillation of alcohols.
5) Deodrisation of alcohol.
6) Identification of perfumes.
7) Identification of flavours.
8) Synthesis of odorous materials.
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :
1) Perfumes, Flavoures and Essential Oil Industries –SBP Board.
2) Manufacture of Perfumes. Cosmetics & Detergents – Prasad.
3) Sagarin -Cosmetics : Science & Technology , 2nd edition.
4) Guanther. Essential Oil
5) W. A. Poucher. Perfumes, soaps & Cosmetics, Ninth edition published by,
chapman & Hall.
6) Louis Appell, The formulation & preparations of Cosmetics fragrances &
flavours,published by, Micelle Press United Books& Periodical.
T352 Cosmetic Technology II
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Antiseptics- Introduction, Microbial flora of the body. Effect of antimicrobial 08
agents on body flora, anti-bacterial soap bars and other skin degerming
preparation, antimicrobial agents commonely used in antiseptic products.
2 Humectants- Introduction, drying out types, hygroscopicity stability, safety, 05
skin moisturizing.
3 Skin Creams : Introduction, classification of skin creams, cleansing creams, 10
Night and massage creams, moistirising, vanishing and foundation creams,
pigmented foundation creams, hand creams, hand and body creams, all
purpose creams. Lotion, types, general methods for manufacturing lotions.
Number of Lectures 23

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
4 Astringents and skin tonics : Introduction types of astringents and astringent 12
products & formulation aspects, antiperspirant/ deodorants.
5 Face packs and mask : Introduction, water based systems.Rubber based 10
systems, Vinyl-based systems, Hydro-colloid based system, Earth based
system, anti wrinkle preparation and their formulation aspects.
Number of Lectures 22
Total number of Lectures 45
Books :
1) Harry’s Cosmetology
2) Sagarin -Cosmetics : Science & Technology , 2nd edition.
3) E.G. Thomson- modern cosmetic.
4) Sanju Nanda, Arun Nanda & Roop, K. Khar -Cosmetic Technology
P352 Cosmetic Technology II
(3 hrs/ week)

Preparation of:
1) Cleansing Cream
2) Cold Cream
3) Vanishing Cream
4) All purpose Cream
5) Hand Cream
6) Face-Pack-Masks
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :
1) Harry’s Cosmetology
2) Sagarin -Cosmetics : Science & Technology , 2nd edition.
3) E.G. Thomson- modern cosmetic.
4) British Pharmaceutical Codex.
T353 Physical Pharmacy I
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Surface Active Agents : Classification based on chemical nature & HLB scale, 10
Determination of HLB, surface activity, Bulk properties of surfactant solution,
factors affecting micelle formation, structure of micelles and liquid crystal
micellar solubilisation and its significances.
2 Interfacial Phenomenon a) Cohesion, adhesion and spreading, absorption at 12
solid and liquid interfaces, absorption isotherm’s applications.
b) Electrical properties at interfaces, origin of charge, electrical double
layer, Nerst and Zeta potential Efffect of electrolyte.
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
3 Suspension :Particle interactions and behavior, sedimentation 15
parameters,suspension-floculated & de-floculated suspension, selection of
wetting, suspending & dispersing agents, preparation & stability. Emulsion-
types, identification test of emulsion, preparation & stability thermodynamic
consideration, mechanism or droplet stabilization ,properties and stability of
emulsion, controlled Emulsion ,assessment of emulsion shelf life. Quality
contol of suspension and emulsion.
4 Complexation and methods of detection of complexes. 08
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

Books :

1) Alfred Martin-Physical Pharmacy.


2) CVS Subrahamanyam -Essentials of Physical Pharmacy .
3) S. P. Agrawal, Rajesh Khanna -Physical Pharmacy.
P353 Physical Pharmacy I
(3 hrs/ week)

1) Determination of surface Tension.


2) Determination of Interfacial Tension and spreading Coefficient.
3) To plot absorption isotherm.
4) To calculate sedimentation parameters of suspension.
5) Evaluation of suspension stability.
6) Evaluation of Emulsion stability and Shelf life.
7) Determination of globule size of emulsion- effect of internal phase.
8) Determination of globule size of emulsion- effect of emulgent.
9) Effect of phase-volume ratio on stability of emulsion.
10) Determination of complexation.
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :

1) Alfred Martin-Physical Pharmacy .


2) CVS subrahmanyam & S.G.Vasantharaju- Laboratory manual of practical
pharmacy, Vallabh Prakashan.
3) C. Vijaya Raghavan- A practical Handbook of Physical Pharmaceutics.
T354 Cosmetic Engineering III
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Mixing : Agitation of liquids, study of mixers for liquid-liquid gas liquid, 10
Dry powders, pastws & plastic masses.
2 Filteration : Theory of filtration. Filter aids, selection of filters. Study of filter 12
press, Rotary, drum leaf filters, metafilters, discfilters, membrane filters.
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
3 Size reduction : Theory of size reduction, energy for size reduction, factors 11
influencing size reduction, study of size reduction equipments, Crushers,
grinders, cutting m/c, open circuit & closed circuit grinding.Application &
importance of Nano-technology.
4 Size separation : Types of screening equipment, Air separation methods, 12
cyclone separations, bag fillers, classifiers, simple & mechanical classifiers,
size separation by setting and difference in density.
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

Books:
1) Mc cake & Smith : Unit operations in chemical Engineering.
2) Richardson & Coulson Vol.I & II : Chemical Engineering.
3) CVS Subramanyam & Thimmasetty –Principles & Practices of Pharmaceutical
Engineering
4) K.Sambamurthy- Pharmaceutical Engineering, New age publications.
P354 Cosmetic Engineering III
(3 hrs/ week)

1) To study effect of speed on mixing of liquids.


2) To study sedimentation process of setting of CaCO3 slurry. Find area of
thickner.
3) To study relationship between drag coefficient & modified Reynolds No. for a
body falling through liquid.
4) To carry out sieve analysis.
5) To study effect of speed on mixing of liquids.
6) Study of different Grinders. (3 exercise)
7) Study of different filters. (3 exercise)
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books:
1) Mc cake & Smith : Unit operations in chemical Engineering.
2) Richardson & Coulson Vol.I & II : Chemical Engineering.
3) CVS Subramanyam & Thimmasetty –Principles & Practices of Pharmaceutical
Engineering
4) K.Sambamurthy- Pharmaceutical Engineering, New age publications.
T355 Pharmacology and Interactions I
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Study of disorders and treatment of Skin and its following appendeges : 20
a) Nails
b) Hair
c) Sweat gland
d) Sebaceous gland
Number of Lectures 20

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
2 Study of disorders and treatment of teeth. 05
3 Skin pigmentation, disorders of pigmentation, various pigmentory and 12
Dispigmentory agents used on above disorders. Skin & its disorders in a)
hoemostatic imbalance
i) Burns ii) Sunburns iii) Skin cancer iv) Pressure sores
4 Human Periorbital wrinkle, local differences in the wrinkle, compared 08
origin of aligned collagen layer, Filiaggrin & dry skin, the life cycle of
fillaggrin.
Number of Lectures 25
Total number of Lectures 45
Books :
1) Roxburis common skin diseases.
2) Clinical Dermatilogy- An individual approach by John T. Ingrans.
3) The Merck manual of Dignosis and therapy.
4) Harry’s Cosmeticology.
5) Handbook of Cosmetic science & Technology, Marc Paye.
T361 Cosmetic Technology III
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Antioxidants : Introduction, General oxidative theory, Measurement of 08
oxidation and assessment of oxidant efficiency, choice of antioxidant.
2 Protective creams and hand cleansers : Introduction barrier material, 05
protective cream and gels and formulation aspects.
3 Bath preparations : Foam baths, Introduction, formulation of foam baths, 10
types of products, product assessment, bathsalts ingredient and formulations.
Bath oils : Introduction, Floating and spreading oils, dispersible or blooming
oils, soluble oils, foaming oils.
After Bath Products : Body and dusting powders, after bath emmolient.
Number of Lectures 23

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
4 Skin Products for babies : Introduction to skin problems in babies, functions, 07
requirements of baby products safety of baby products. Example,
formulations.
5 Skin lightners or Bleaches : Formulation aspects. 03
6 Coloured Make up preparations : Lipstick- Introduction ingredients of 12
lipstick, example formulation manufacture of lipstick, Transparent lipstick, lip
selves, liquid lipstick Rouge Introduction, Dry rouge, wax based rouge, cream
rouge, liquid rouge, eye make up Introduction, Mascara, Eyeshadow Eyeliner,
Eyebrow pencils.
Number of Lectures 22
Total number of Lectures 45

Books :
1) Harry’s Cosmetology
2) Cosmetic science and Technology by Sagarin C
P361 Cosmetic Technology III
(3 hrs/ week)

Preparation of :

1) Emollient Cream
2) Face powders
3) Rouge
4) Astringent preparation
5) Lotions
6) Coloured Make-up.
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :
1) Harry’s Cosmetology
2) Cosmetic science and Technology by Sagarin C
T362 Physical Pharmacy II
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Colloidal Dispersion : Properties of colloids- optical, kinetic and electrical and 12
their applicability in determining molecular weight of polymer , stability of
colloidal systems, mechanism of peptization.
2 Rheology : Types of flow behavior, thixotrophy and thixotropic co-efficient, 10
measurement of various rheological properties, factor influencing rheology of
dispersed systems.
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
3 Micromeritics : Particle size, size distribution, shape and surface area and their 08
determination in heterogeneous systems, porosity density and packaging
arrangements in flow properties and their influence on processing of solid
preparations.
4 Solubility and distribution Phenomenon : Mechanism of solute-solvemt 15
interaction, ideal solubility & Hieldbrand- Scachard equation, salvation &
association, Quantitative approach to the factors influencing solubility of drugs,
distribution of solute between immiscible liquids, ionic dissociation and
molecular association influencing partitioning. Applications of distribution
phenomenon.
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45
Books :
1) Martin, Swarbrick, Commarate & Cuhn. -Physical Pharmacy.
2) Burger & Lee – Physical and technical pharmacy.
3) Rawins : Bentley’s Text book of Pharmaceutics.
4) Sholton and Ridgway : Physical Pharmaceutics.
P362 Physical Pharmacy II
(3 hrs/ week)

1) To find out the partition coefficient & distribution of drud between two phases.
2) To determine molecular weight by viscosity measurement method.
3) To verify the Holfmiester series for flocullation of colloids.
4) To study the Rheological properties of dispersed system.
5) To study the bulk density and porosity of powders.
6) Determination of angle of Repose and study the flow properties of powders.
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :

1) Martin, Swarbrick, Commarate & Cuhn. -Physical Pharmacy.


2) Burger & Lee – Physical and technical pharmacy.
3) Rawins : Bentley’s Text book of Pharmaceutics.
4) Sholton and Ridgway : Physical Pharmaceutics.
T363 Cosmetic Engineering IV
SECTION – I
Sr. Topic Hours
No.
1 Evaporation: factors affecting evaporation, study of short tube, long tube agitated, 10
film evaporator performance of Tubular evaporator, Improving efficiency of
Evaporation.
2 Drying : Defination, purpose of drying, theory of drying, loss on drying, moisture 12
content & Equilibrium moisture content. Classification of dryers, study of tray,
Rotary, vaccum, Fluidised Bed dryers.
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr. Topic Hours
No.
4 Distillation : Rault’s law & Henry’s law. Theory of distillation of Binary mixtures 10
of miscible, immiscible and partially miscible liquids, study of distillation
equipment used for simple, vaccum, steam, reflux & molecular distillation,
separation of Azeotropes (Binary & Ternary) & liquids of similar Volatility
Rectification & fractionation.
5 Crystallization- Crystal forms, Crystal habit, Tank crystallizers, agitated batch 13
crystallizers, Swenson-Walker crystallizer, Krystal Crystallizers, Therotical aspect
: Equilibrium data, Mier’s theory of supersaturation & its limitations, Rate of
Crystal growth, caking of crystals
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45
Books:

1) Mc cake & Smith : Unit operations in chemical Engineering.


2) Richardson & Coulson Vol.I & II : Chemical Engineering.
3) K.Sambamurthy- Pharmaceutical Engineering, New age publications.
4) Treybal- Mass transfer.
5) Badger & Banchero : Introduction to Chemical Engineering.
P363 Cosmetic Engineering IV
(3 hrs/ week)

1) To verify Rayleigh’s equations for given Binary system.


2) To construct boiling point diagram for given Binary system.
3) To prepare ternary phase diagram of bimodal curve & to obtain relationship for
ternary system.
4) To evaluate Mass transfer coefficient for mass transfer from free surface of
liquid in to the atmosphere.
5) To obtain critical moisture content of given material & to compute equations
for falling and const. rate period.
(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books:

1) Mc cake & Smith : Unit operations in chemical Engineering.


2) Richardson & Coulson Vol.I & II : Chemical Engineering.
3) CVS Subramanyam & Thimmasetty –Principles & Practices of Pharmaceutical
Engineering
4) K.Sambamurthy- Pharmaceutical Engineering, New age publications.
T364 Beauty Culture II
SECTION – I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Make up i) Pre make up skin care. 05
ii) Make-up Techniques-compexation planning.
2 Use of cosmetic during Make-up. 10
i) Cleaner v) Foundation
ii) Tonar vi) Powder
iii) Astringent vii) Blusher
iv) Moisturiser viii) Lipsticks
3 Eye Make-up 07
i) Use of eye shadow
ii) Eye Liner
iii) Mascara
iv) Eye brow grooming
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr.No. Topic Hours
4 Day Make-up, Evening Make-up , Party Make-up, Bridal Make-up, 07
Corrective Make-up
5 Hair Structure and types of hair,General problems and care for hair. 10
Henna Dye and Henna conditioning, Black Dye, Hair styles and Hair setting.
6 Diet and Exercises. 03
7 Beautician’s attitude to client and professional ethic. 03
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

Books :
1) Indu Puri- Beauty and skin Care, Gaynor Winyard- A guide for Health and
Beauty Therapists.
2) Ramma Bans – Health & Beauty.
3) H. Ellen Browning, Beauty Culture Publisher: General Books
P364 Beauty Culture II
(3 hrs/ week)

1)Make-up :

Different Make-up Techniques.


i) Use of different make-up cosmetics.
ii) Day make-up
iii) Evening make-up
iv) Party make-up
v) Bridal make-up
vi) Corrective Make-up
vii) Application of false eye lashes.

2)Hair

i) General Hair care


ii) Treatment for hair falling and Dandruff

3)Hair Colouring :

i) Hair Dye
ii) Use of Henna

4)Hair styles & Hair setting :

i) Formal
ii) Informal

(Minimum 12 exercises should be completed.)

Books :
1) Indu Puri- Beauty and skin Care, Gaynor Winyard- A guide for Health and
Beauty Therapists.
2) Ramma Bans – Health & Beauty.
3) Ann Eaton and Flurence Openshaw. Cosmetic Make-up and manicure
T365 Pharmacology and Interactions II
SECTION – I
Sr.No Topic Hours
.
1 Allergy and antigen-antibody reaction, Types of Hypersensivity reactions and 10
disorders due to hypersensitivity reactions.
2 Efficacy testing of cosmetic, Human volunteer panel, The core structure, 12
Evaluation of sunscreen products, Evaluation of cosmetic in general, Evaluation
of hair greasiness.
Number of Lectures 22

SECTION – II
Sr.No Topic Hours
3 Dermatitis- various types and their clinical features. 18
i)Acute Toxic contact dermatitis. ii) Allergic contact dermatitis
iii)Irritant contact dermatitis iv) Phototoxic contact dermatitis
v) Photo allergic contact dermatitis vi) Side effects of cosmetic preparations.
vii)Seawater salt effect on skin disease
4 Safety, Types of Hazards, Risk assessment, Consumer test, Consumer 05
Complaints, Investigating adverse effect.
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45
Books :

1) Human Physiology – By C.C. Chaterjee.


2) Roxburis common skin diseases.
3) Clinical Dermatilogy- An individual approach by John T. Ingrans.
4) The Merck manual of Dignosis and therapy.
5) Unwanted effects of cosmetics and drugs used in dermatology by J.P. Nater,
Groot.
6) Harry’s Cosmeticology.
7) Perfumes, Cosmetic & Soaps- Poucher’s Edited by Hinda Butler.
8) Handbook of Cosmetic science & Technology, Marc Paye.