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 How Eye Cream Became a Part of the Everyday Life of Females


Femininity and also the need to look young and attractive are explanations why esthetics has enjoyed such development in the last few years. Yet, to be able to trace the foundation from the use of perfumes and cosmetics, we must return into background and even into prehistoric times.

At first, perfumes and powders were kept only for religious ceremonies. Later, using perfume became commercialized, first in Egypt after which in Greece and Rome, and thus was no longer considered sacred. The Egyptians were truly the first individuals to develop using cosmetics for purpose of beautification. Cosmetics became widely used, mainly due to the influence of Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. But technical progress was very slow.

Makeup, in particular, was always made from basics of lanolin, essential olive oil and, especially, pork lard. During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, most cosmetics were produced in home industries and sold in only a few rare shops.

It was not until the nineteenth century, with the creation of modern chemistry, that the cosmetic industry really started to flourish, primarily due to the accessibility to almost limitless possibilities of new excipients.

As a result, there was an abundance of services, equipment, and beautification techniques that opened the best way to a brand new profession-esthetics.

Today, even after several years of progress, research, and discoveries within the profession, it’s still very difficult to find practical texts needed to teach esthetics.

My objective was, precisely, to provide estheticians, cosmetologists, students, and other people interested in skin care with a simplified text containing all of the information needed to teach or practice esthetics.

Keeping “the skin healthy should be the main goal of the esthetician and therefore, she must fully understand the skin’s composition and processes. For this reason, the first chapters of this book are devoted to the study of the cell, the skin, and some from the tissues connected to the skin.

Other subjects including pH, personal and professional hygiene, psychology, skin analysis, various cleansing techniques, massage, and makeup. There’s a discussion of various types of electrical equipment-their application and directions for use.

Skin changes, various products used in esthetics-their classification and composition-and the sorts of treatment which are helpful for different skin types are also described.

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