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The Health Hazards in Relation to Cosmetic Contamination By: Rose Alexander PLUSN & Mary Takagi PLUSN http://www.organicfacts.net/images/stories/Cosmetics/Choose%20LipStick.jpg Common Infections Spread Through the Use of Cosmetic Products Conjunctivitis- inflammation of the conjunctiva.

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the health hazards in relation to cosmetic contamination

The Health Hazards in Relation to Cosmetic Contamination

By: Rose Alexander PLUSN

& Mary Takagi PLUSN

http://www.organicfacts.net/images/stories/Cosmetics/Choose%20LipStick.jpg

common infections spread through the use of cosmetic products
Common Infections Spread Through the Use of Cosmetic Products
  • Conjunctivitis- inflammation of the conjunctiva.
  • Pinkeye-An acute, very contagious form of conjunctivitis, characterized by the inflammation of the eyelids and eyeballs.
  • Cold sores/herpes/fever blisters: watery blisters in the skin or mucous membranes (such as the mouth or lips)

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how are the diseases spread
How Are the Diseases Spread?
  • The first way that they can spread is through self contamination.
    • Examples:
      • Not washing your hands
      • Distribution of normal flora to other parts of your body
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Spread of Diseases (Cont.)
  • Environmental Contamination is the second way that infections can spread.
    • Examples:
      • Dropping products on the floor and then reusing them
      • Leaving containers open and exposed to the environment
      • Exposure to extreme temperatures
      • Not washing your hands

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Spread of Diseases (Cont.)
  • The third way that diseases are spread is through person-to-person contamination
    • Examples:
      • Sharing personal products with others
      • Testing cosmetic samples in department stores
      • Not washing your hands

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what are some changes that are indicative of cosmetic spoilage
What are some changes that are indicative of cosmetic spoilage?
  • There are several signs to look for that may indicate that your make-up is no longer good.
    • A change in color
    • Moldiness
    • Frothing
    • Leaks or explosions due to gas production
    • Unpleasant aroma from product
    • Tactile affects

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how can you protect yourself
How can you protect yourself?
  • Do not add water or saliva on any cosmetic products to remoisten them
  • Store products in a clean dry place (i.e.: bedroom)
  • Wash hands before and after make-up application
  • Apply make-up with clean hands or a disposable applicator
    • Don’t reuse the same one over and over again
  • Use lotion out of bottles instead of tubs
  • Throw away products when they have been compromised.

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works cited
Works Cited
  • Allen, G. & Bandler, R. & Mislivec, PB. Incidence of Fungi in Shared-Use Cosmetics Available to the Public. U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Division of Microbiology. Retrieved March 28, 2007, from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=8471870&dopt=Citation
  • Edelman, C, & Mandle, C (2006). Health Promotion Throughout the Lifespan.St. Louis: Mosby, Inc.
  • Healthy People 2010. Retrieved March 15, 2007, from Healthy People Web site: http://healthypeople.gov
  • Healthy People 2010. Retrieved April 28, 2007, from Immunization and Infectious Diseases Web site: http://www.healthypeople.gov/document/HTML/Volume1/14Immunization.htm#_Toc494510230
  • Infectious Disease. In Wikipedia [Web]. Retrieved March 14, 2007, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infectious_disease
  • Perry, B. (2001, November). Cosmetic Microbiology. Microbiology Today, 28. Retrieved March 28, 2007, from http://www.socgenmicrobiol.org.uk/pubs/ micro_today/pdf/110106.pdf