Generally, people use body and facial power to keep their skin soft and fresh and to feel comfortable, especially women who use this concentrate as a base for their make -up. Moreover, those who are living in relatively humid surroundings perspire profusely and with the help of Face and Body powder, they are able to reduce the odor and keep their skin dry for a longer period of time. However, these products are mixed with ingredients which can be harmful to our skin in the long run.
An example of these elements is magnesium silicate which can cause body tissue to constrict and create a dry surface. Additionally, commercial body and facial powder also has considerable amount of zinc castrate, which is a human irritant and can be determinant to our epidermis depending on the amount of usage. Furthermore, Talcum Powder has really fine particles which can be easily inhaled and are linked to breathing problems and even death in babies. Preliminary studies showed that Talcum Powder may be associated to emergence of some types of cancer due to the presence of asbestos.
At present, consumers have become cautious of these harmful contents in their beauty products and interested in patronizing organic beauty products which are elatedly much better for the body. One organization called the Be Green Company will establish an alternative beauty care products which are safer for the consumers of all ages. The company will be producing Precious Face and Body Powder which intends to be suitable even for 5- month-old babies and will be available in different sizes, depending on the buying capabilities of the consumers.
The main purpose of this study is to determine the potential of egg shell as primary ingredient of a Body and Facial Powder. Also, the probability of Arrowroot, morning leaves and rose oil as moisture absorbents, age defying and relaxing components. Also the study will also focus on the different aspects which can help promote the STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Specific Problems Specifically, the study will try to answer the following questions: 1 . Who will be the target market? 2. What are the marketing strategies to be used? 3. Where will be the location of the business? 4.
What will be the set- up of the production of the Precious Face and Body Powder? 5. How many employees will be hired for the project? 6. How much will be the initial capital to start the project? 7. Will the project bring larger profit? 8. What other contributions could be provided to make the project a success? General Problem Is it Feasible to use grained egg shell as main ingredient in the Face and Body Powder? Importance of the Study The benefits of this product will be the following: exposed to harmful ingredients which can unknowingly cause diseases. 2. It will offer a safer beauty product which is echo-friendly and safer for consumers. . It will provide consumers an organic product which is affordable. 4. It will eradicate worries of users that the beauty product they area using is harmful to their bodies. Objective of the Study The study generally intends to produce a competitive beauty product which is safer and echo-friendly. Specifically, the study aims to: To produce Face and Body powder with organic ingredients. Prove that eggshell still has value. Produce a powder which has no talc and other chemicals. To nurture your skin and body with a safe, and affordable alternatives Eliminate toxic ingredients in beauty and healthcare products.
Generally, the study aims to: To provide a powder safe to everyone’s skin even if inhaled. To be lined up to the manufacturer that making an echo-friendly product. To market Precious Face and body powder nationwide. Talcum Powder Talcum powder is made from talc, a mineral made up mainly of the elements agencies, silicon, and oxygen. As a powder, it absorbs moisture well and helps cut down on friction, making it useful for keeping skin dry and helping to prevent rashes. It is widely used in cosmetic products such as baby powder and adult body and facial powders, as well as in a number of other consumer products.
The size of particles is so small that they’re both easily carried in the air like dust and can reach even the smallest areas of the lungs if inhaled. Some suspicious have been raised about the possibility of using Talcum powder can promotes certain types of diseases, mainly cancers of the ovaries and lungs. Some people have raised concerns that talcum products may be linked with cancer, often in strongly-worded scare campaigns which are designed to frighten consumers into stop using it altogether. How could talcum powder cause cancer? Before the sass, talcum powder was often contaminated with asbestos fibers which are known to cause cancer.
But since then, all home products containing talcum powder are legally obliged to be asbestos-free but the evidence about asbestos-free talc, which is still widely used, is less clear. Researchers use 2 main types of studies to try to determine if a substance or exposure causes cancer. One type of study looks at cancer rates in different groups of people. Such a study might compare the cancer rate in a group that exposed to a substance versus a group in a rate that not exposed to it or compare it to what the expected cancer rate would be in the general population.
But studies of people can sometimes be hard to interpret, because there may be other factors affecting the results that are hard to account for. In studies in lab animals, other factors are easier to control for, but it’s not always clear if the results in animals would be the same in humans. Studies in the Lab. Vs… Studies in Humans Studies in the Laboratory Studies that exposed lab animals (rats, mice, and hamsters) to asbestos-free talc in various ways have had mixed results, with some showing tumor formation and others not finding any.
Studies in Humans Ovarian cancer It has been suggested that talcum powder might cause cancer in the ovaries if the powder particles (applied to the genital area or on sanitary napkins, diaphragms, or condoms) were to travel through the vagina, uterus, and fallopian tubes to the ovary. And cancer of the ovary. Findings are mixed, with some studies reporting a slightly increased risk and some reporting no increase. For any individual woman, the overall increase in risk, if it exists, is likely to be small.
For example, one analysis combining data from 16 studies published before 2003 found about a 30% increase in ovarian risk among talc users. The average woman’s lifetime risk of ovarian cancer is about 1. 4%, so even with a 30% increase; her lifetime risk would be about 1. 8%. * Still, talc is widely used in many products, so it is important to determine if the increased risk is real. Research in this area continues. Lung cancer Some studies of talc miners and millers have suggested an increased risk of lung anger and other respiratory diseases, while others have found no increase in lung cancer risk.
These studies have been complicated by the fact that talc in its natural form may contain varying amounts of asbestos and other minerals, unlike the purified talc in consumer products. When working underground, miners may also be exposed to other substances that might affect lung cancer risk, such as radon. * No increased risk of lung cancer has been reported with the use of cosmetic talcum powder. Other cancers Talc use has not been strongly linked to other cancers, although not all possible inks with other cancers have been studied extensively.