The active ingredients are described (from the traditional to the latest generation active ingredients) used in Dermopharmacy and cosmetics as well as major mechanisms of action and molecular bases and assessment strategies high performance to select the best candidates.
Second, the most common excipients will be studied in such preparations by groups according to their function: vehicles, emulsifiers, antioxidants, preservatives ..
Finally, the various (conventional and unconventional) pharmaceutical forms used for care and treatment of skin, hair, teeth and nails be described.
the composition of different cosmetics and modus operandi for their preparation are studied in workshops.
The applicable teaching methodology could be combined as follows:
Lecture - theory and practice.
Learning through analysis of actual or simulated cases.
SHARED TASKS (student-instructor)
Cooperative learning: work in small groups.
Personalized learning (tutorials).
AUTONOMOUS STUDENT TASKS
Resolution of exercises and homework.
Study for the examination.
PONS GIMER L, PARRA JUEZ, Ciencia cosmética. Bases fisiológicas y criterios prácticos. CGCOF
- SIMMONS, Cosméticos: formulación, preparación y aplicación. A. Madrid Vicente (2000).
Distribution of hours
Lecture hours: 40 Laboratory hours: 20