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FEMININE HYGIENE PRODUCTS

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Vinay Kumar Singh
General Manager-Technical,
Mikasa Cosmetics Limited,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
vinay.s@mikasacosmetics.com

I thought of writing on this topic because of two reasons.

a) Products used for Feminine Hygiene are to be applied topically, thus could be like Cosmetics. I had an opportunity to research on this product segment. At Mikasa Cosmetics Limited, Ahmedabad, We have developed various such Products for the benefit of most important section of our Society-Female.

b) Secondly I spent my childhood in village where I have witnessed that most household was lacking basic facility like toilet and the sufferer used to be women and girls. I really wonder whether they were having access to even basic requirement of their body, which in our country is big taboo in spite of the fact that one need to use proper product and practice right method to take care of it.

MEN’S COSMETICS

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Vinay Kumar Singh
General Manager-Technical,
Mikasa Cosmetics Limited,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
vinay.s@mikasacosmetics.com

Isn’t ironical to call a cosmetics, MEN’S Cosmetics. Cosmetics are substance that enhance beauty of a person, protects from harmful environment, cleanses, hides blemishes, makes one attractive and ultimately boosts the confidence. Thus Cosmetics per say do not differentiate between users, but humans do.

FERMENTATION COSMETICS

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Vinay Kumar Singh
General Manager-Technical,
Mikasa Cosmetics Limited,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
vinay.s@mikasacosmetics.com

Before refrigerators, Korea developed fermentation techniques that enable food to be stored safely for long periods. Many traditional medicines and cosmetics used by women at the royal court used similar knowhow. With interest growing in traditions of the past, there are now more cosmetics made using old techniques.

The latest trend in Cosmetics particularly Skin Care is fermented beauty products. This concept, originated in Korea, basically involves fermentation of natural ingredients like black tea, ginseng, seaweed, bamboo sap extract, red clove flower, hibiscus, snow lotus and various herbs and flowers.

ANTIBIOTIC POISONING AND FOOD POISONING THROUGH CHICKEN

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ABOUT AUTHOR
Suman Pattanayak
Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis,
Vijaya Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences for Women,
Enikepadu, Vijayawada, AP, India
suman6982@gmail.com

Chicken is one of the most popular foods. There can’t be many people who do not enjoy chicken curry, chicken pakoda, roast chicken, stew or barbecued chicken on a Sunday. This includes children as well as adults who both enjoy the taste and versatility of chicken. Since the 1940s, antibiotics have played a critical role in protecting the public’s health, and are responsible for saving millions of human lives. About 90% of antibiotics produced in the world are given to farm animals. The use of low doses of antibiotics by the modern food animal industry is responsible for drug-resistant bacteria emerging on farms which reach the general population through human or animal carriers, and through the food consumers eat. The chicken is one of the worst offenders when it comes to food poisoning. Many of us have either experienced this first hand or know someone who has suffered from this nasty illness.

BREAKTHROUGHS IN EPIGENETICS

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ABOUT AUTHORS:
Shashi Shekhar Anand, Navgeet, Balraj Singh Gill*
Centre for Biosciences,
School of Basic and Applied Sciences,
Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, India
gillsinghbalraj@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
The word ‘epigenetic’ was first coined by Conrad Waddington in 1946. It deals with functionally relevant modifications to the genome that do not include a change in the nucleotide sequence. Till date observation has focused on the functions of genome sequences and how their regulation occurs. The emerging epigenetic changes and the interactions between cis-acting elements with protein factors  plays a central role in gene regulation as well as give insight to various diseases. To evaluate the crosstalk of DNA and protein by taking account of the whole genome, one new evolving technique which is called as ChIP-chip, works on the principle of combining chromatin immunoprecipitation with microarray. ChIP-chip has been recently used in basic biological studies and may be improved further and can be useful for other to aspects, like human diseases. Now a days large amount of discoveries by ChIP-chip and other high-throughput techniques like this   may be connected with evolving bioinformatics to add to our knowledge of life and diseases.

Ayurvedic Cosmetics

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Vinay Kumar Singh
General Manager-Technical,
Mikasa Cosmetics Limited,
Ahmedabad, Gujarat
vinay.s@mikasacosmetics.com

To understand Ayurvedic Cosmetics one must think as to what is the synergy between Ayurveda and Cosmetics. The word ‘cosmetics’ is derived from the Greek word ‘kosmeticos’ which means skill decoration or skill in arranging in order or correcting the deformities. Cosmetics is applied topically to skin and its appendages to cleanse, decorate, beautify, alter the appearance and ultimately to enhance confidence of user.

Advance technology in skincare

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Vinay Kumar Singh
General Manager-Technical,
Mikasa Cosmetics Limited, Ahmedabad

Skin care market in India is estimated to be more than Rs 7,000 crore as per Euro monitors report of 2013. Skin care is rapidly growing segment in India. Demand for skin care products will continue to rise as consumers start paying more attention to their skin. Consumers of all age groups look for benefits including wrinkle-free, smooth and glowing, and healthy skin.With changing life styles, increase in disposable incomes, greater product choice and availability, and influence of satellite television, internet, more people are taking interest in personal grooming. The facial skin care market is booming. Products are competing with one another to take shelf space in the retail stores. Facial skin care products have become an essential part of the beauty market. Like western countries, creams and potions are applied in India also, in an effort to remove the pimples and the acne, fight stress and worry lines, and to remain young..The trend is driven further by the launch of new products with additional benefits which persuades consumers to buy these brands. As a result, skin care witnessed growth by a value CAGR of 8% at constant 2013 prices.

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