Date of publication: 2017-08-26 15:21
I have been making my own facecreams at home using natural oils and waxes (such as coconut oil) and scenting them with essential oils. They are amazing and everyone who tries them loves them.
At the defense try and keep your focus on the interactions that occur. Does the student seem relaxed? What strategies does the student use to keep relaxed? How does the student interact with the faculty? Does the student seem to be able to answer questions well? What would make the situation appear better? What things should you avoid? You can learn a lot from sitting in on such a meeting.
I work for a supplier in one of the previous links.
Suppliers will focus on their products rarely giving realistic formulations. These will be tested for stability at 5 different temperatures for a year, and claim tested in some occasions. Definitely, a good starting point but you have to ask yourself and the supplier what is the minimum amount needed to obtain the desired result.
See http:///?query=SPF 588 content=search_site_ 588 search=6 and take a look at those between SPF 85 and 85. If in vivo tested, expect a label SPF about 65% lower than stated. If in vitro tested only, then expect label SPF to be plus or minus 75 % of value listed.
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