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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Enzyme Engineering

Author(s): Meral ZALP

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Cosmetic preparations and toiletries are not need to be sterile. These products can be contamined with microorganisms from environment and raw materials during manufacture. Furthermore, postmanufacture introduction of microorganisms under dirty storage conditions and as a result of consumer usage, contamination can also occur. Some cosmetic products; such as creams, lotions, shampoos and powders are susceptile to growth of microorganisms. The raw materials, especially water, found in cosmetic preparations serve more suitable conditions for microorganisms. Due to the microbiol spoilage; the formation of odor and/or gas production, discolouration and viscosity changes can be seen in the products. Although cosmetic preparations are not required to be sterile, the microbiological limit guidelines are recommended for a variety of cosmetic preparations. The hazards of the microbially contaminated cosmetics for the users health are known to be rare, but there are some reports concerning the risk of contaminated products. To prevent the microbial contamination, the manufacturers must be use of an adequate level of preservative(s) and carry out the requirements of good manufacturing practices (GMP).

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This article was published in Türkiye Klinikleri Kozmetoloji Dergisi and referenced in Enzyme Engineering

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