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  • Dyes in Foods: Natural versus Synthetic

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    in common? Whether you realize it or not, many ordinary foods contain dyes. Some of the dyes are natural; others are synthetic. Is one better than the other? According to the The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, a dye is a “synthetic or natural coloring used to color various materials.” Today, many dyes are used in foods all around the world. As of January 2014, the United States Food and Drug Administration certifies nine different dyes-Blue 1, 2; Green 3; Red 3, 5, 6, 40; Yellow 5 and 6 (Beil)

  • How Do I Get My Hair Back to Its Natural Color?

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    treatments to achieve good results. Therefore, you must prepare for that procedure to get rid of the color salon will be expensive. But the hair will remain healthy, it's worth paying! Professionals will also be able to find the right product for re-coloring, if the color you want to change as soon as possible. Decolourant Under this heading is a tool to remove the color from your hair. ... ... middle of paper ... ...he water-as hot as you can stand it. Results like the color Remover-remove half

  • Hair Dying

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    Hair Dying As people look around the different cities of our fair country, one might notice that many people nowadays are coloring their hair to cover grey or just for the fun of it. One difference among the younger generation and the older generation is the colors that are chosen for their hair. The younger generation of this day and age seem to prefer wild colors such as Infra Red, Mystic Heather, Deadly Nightshade, Tiger Lily, etc, as self-expression compared to the older generation choosing

  • Photosynthesis Experiment

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    soda and soa... ... middle of paper ... ... has more CO2 than the negative controls. There will be more spinach circles in the red food coloring than the green and blue food coloring. My hypothesis was supported for both experiments. To continue the experiment further I can use a different source of light to test the intensity of light. For the food coloring experiment, I could use a different food color such as yellow or orange to test. Experiment 3: The red pigment and the green pigment will

  • Gel Electrophoresis

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    As seen on many crime shows and at real-life crime scenes, it is necessary to be able to identify DNA. Most of the time, this is done using a technique known as gel electrophoresis. Gel electrophoresis is a method used to separate the macromolecules that make up nucleic acids, such as DNA and RNA, along with proteins. Gel electrophoresis is significant because it has given scientists insight on what cells cause certain diseases and has led to advancements in DNA and fingerprint identification. My

  • Organic Foods vs Processed Foods

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    words, these chemicals are utilized to convince society that it’s simply a healthy tomato, but only few understand why it is so deliciously red. Also, just like these tomatoes are inflamed with gas, a vast majority of other foods are affected by food coloring, dyes and other additives to improve the form of fresh foods. Allowing businesses to genetically modify, process, and artificially preserve for human beings to consume and naming it “food” insults peoples’ health. These prepackaged edibles can be

  • Eating And Children

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    additives can cause hyperactivity. Fiengold reported that dyes, preservatives, and salicyclates could cause hyperactivity in children. Realizing that food additives include food coloring, flavor enhancerrs and preservatives, Dr. Fiengold's research was warranted. He proposed the KP diet which eliminated all artificial colorings,flavorings, and sweeteners. This diet was initially developed for people who suffered from asth... ... middle of paper ... the brain, affecting processing of neurotransmitters

  • Belle Couleur Case Analysis

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    Belle Couleur Case Analysis Belle Couleur, Garnier's line of permanent hair colorants, has been in the market for over two decades and is currently the market leader in France. The Belle Couleur line carries twenty two shades of hair color consisting mostly of natural and dark shades. The product is positioned as reliably providing natural colors and is advertised as ¡§natural colors, covers all gray¡¨. SWOT Analysis Strengths: The biggest strength for Belle Couleur lies in one of its marketing

  • Cosmetics Essay

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    lives.1 There are many different purposes for the type of cosmetics that we chose to use. Some products contain active ingredients, such as coloring agents, emollients, and even some fragrance additives in which works to change our appearance, cleanse and keep our skin in good condition by protecting it, and improve scent to give off a pleasing aroma. Coloring agents are chemicals and substances that impart color including soluble dyes and insoluble pigments. Emollients is a preparation that softens

  • The Beer Lambert Law

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    the extensive preparation of the sample which is being reviewed. The objective of this laboratory report is to confirm the Beer Lambert law empirically. The diverse solution with are applied in this experiment are water which is combined with food coloring (Zitewitz 17). The Beer Lambert law demonstrates the correlation which is present between the molar absorptivity, the saturation of a material and the luminescent absorption of an object. The Beer Lambert law delineates that there is a linear relationship