“Current Cosmetic Science” publishes original research articles, in-depth reviews/mini reviews, thematic issues, and technical notes covering all aspects of advancements in fundamental and applied research on skin, cosmetic and cosmeceutical products, isolation and comprehensive characterization of natural products and their synthesis to the beneficial effects of the constituents as cosmetic and cosmeceutical ingredients. The journal also explicitly welcomes interdisciplinary contributions considering wider social, cultural, ethical and applied aspects of cosmetic science in modern society.
General subject areas include but not limited to:
Cosmetic material research and characterization
Cosmetic and Cosmeceutical formulation development
Characterization and evaluations
In vitro and in vivo safety in humans
Efficacy of cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
Toxicological studies in various animal models
Topical products intended for Skin, nails and hair
Analytical techniques involved in cosmetic and cosmeceutical product formulations and analysis
Cosmetic Surgery and Dentistry
Skin physiology and pharmacology
Aesthetic and rejuvenation research
Topical and transdermal testing
Physical chemistry and technology of emulsion and dispersed systems, theory and application of surfactants
Asad A.A. Rizvi Hampton University Hampton, VA (USA)
Dr. Rizvi pursued an MS and PhD combined degree program at the Center for Biotechnology and Drug Design, Department of Chemistry, Georgia State University (GSU), Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Rizvi has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles in top ranking journals two books and four book chapters. His research interests includes pharmaceutical formulations (direct compressed tablets, topical and liquid); Ionic liquid formation and co-crystallization of the pharmaceutical compounds; Nano and micro-encapsulation of the drugs for targeting and controlled release; Multistep synthesis of small organic molecules; Pharmaceutical analysis (forensics and method development); Design and synthesis of novel monomeric and polymeric surfactants for separation of chiral and achiral compounds in micellar electrokinetic chromatography (MEKC).