• Cosmetic Surgery In Some Way
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    Plastic surgery has always been overrated by Hollywood celebrity stars in the past. Nevertheless, all the decisions made about plastic surgery were well known by women. Nowadays, the trend for cosmetic surgery has changed dramatically because more people seeing cosmetic surgery in some way is more normal and acceptable. Cosmetic surgery is a surgical procedure that can be performed primarily to enhance ones physical appearance and self-esteem. Sometimes it is necessary for some people to have pl...
  • Cosmetic Testing On Animals
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    Every year, millions of animals suffer and die in painful tests to determine the safety of cosmetics. Substances such as eye shadow and soap are tested on rabbits, rats, guinea pigs, dogs, and other animals, despite the fact that the test results dont help prevent or treat human illness or injury. Cosmetics are not required to be tested on animals and since non-animal alternatives exist, its hard to understand why some companies still continue to conduct these tests. Cosmetic companies kill mill...
  • Top Five Surgical Cosmetic Procedures In 2003
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    Executive Summary: Youth, timeless beauty and the pursuit of perfection seem to be on the forefront of everyone's agenda. From television portraying reality shows such as "Extreme Makeover" and fictional dramas such as "Nip and Tuck", it is no wonder Americans are obsessed with finding the ultimate secret to looking flawless. The beauty industry is a 40 billion dollar enterprise, (News Target, 2005) dedicated to helping women look their best so it is no wonder companies such as Nivea is re-evalu...
  • Cosmetic Surgery
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    Nobody knows about cosmetic surgery better than Edward Mondeck and his two children, ages 9 and 11. Rosemarie Mondeck, 39, decided to have a bit of tummy fat removed after having two kids. She let the doctors use a new procedure called tumescent liposuction. The patients are primed prior to surgery by injecting large amounts of diluted local anesthetic and epinephrine, drugs that shrink capillaries. They reduce bleeding and make it easier to suck fat out according to doctors. After the drugs wer...
  • Liposuction And Other Cosmetic Procedures
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    Liposuction is the most popular cosmetic procedure in the United States. It came to North America in 1982. At first, the doctors used it on thighs, buttocks, and the torso. Now it can be used almost all over the body. The number of liposuction's performed increased by 386 percent from 1992 to 2000. More than 350,000 liposuction's were performed in 2000. Women aren't the only ones worried about their looks. Last year more than 99,000 men signed up for liposuction and other cosmetic procedures. Th...
  • Number Of Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
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    Why do people Get Cosmetic Surgery It might be giving you a sense of uniqueness or even adds character to your whole physical appearance, but what if you just can t stand it What if you have a physical attribute that just drives you mad Well, you re certainly not alone. According to the American Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons, thousands of people in all age groups, from children to seniors perform cosmetic surgery each year. Between 1992 and 1998 alone, the number of cosmetic sur...
  • Reasonable Requests For Cosmetic Surgery Little Believes
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    Physicians, including cosmetic surgeons, have many responsibilities that are inherent with their professions. Included in these are the decisions that the surgeon must make when deciding if and how to do a certain medical procedure. They must first of all make certain to ensure the health and safety of their patient while performing a procedure successfully. But should cosmetic surgeons also be handed the responsibility to decide if a certain surgery is morally suspect or an immoral request to c...
  • Goodness For Cosmetic Chemists
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    Introduction: Since Ancient civilizations women have been using cosmetics to better their appearances. Over the centuries they evolved into what they are today. You can look into a girls medicine cabinet from age three to one hundred and thirty-three and I can almost guarantee you that they own some kind of cosmetic. Whether the cosmetic is cover up, to cover a blemish or lipstick to enhance their lips all women use them. But what the women don't know is who are the genius' that are making these...
  • Cosmetic Testing On Animals Due To Experimenters
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    Animal Rights The rights of animals are watched out for by organizations dating back to the early 1800's. Ever since The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in England in 1824 was formed there has been long running debates on the topic of animal rights. The first societies were formed to protect and maintain human treatment of work animals, such as cattle, horses and house hold pets. Towards the end of the 19th century more organizations were formed, this time to protest the use of ...
  • Brand's Other Cosmetics And Skin Care Products
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    International Marketing The Cosmetics Industry Estee Lauder vs. Shiseido Cosmetics. Wang July 8, 2005 BAD 491 Introduction The cosmetics business is a billion dollar industry. Every year, women are responsible for consuming millions of cosmetic products. The cosmetics industry is so large because of several factors. The media is a huge contributor to the intense pressure to look a certain way. The idea that "sex sells" is evident in gossip magazines, movies, advertisements, music, and more subtl...
  • Cognitive And Iq Development Of Children
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    The cognitive and IQ development of children is very diversified in the United States, in the next pages I will try to provide an explanation for such diversity. Knowing that 40.8% of those in poverty are children (Blank 1997) and knowing their IQ scores and cognitive abilities are not equal to those of greater socioeconomic status, I am inclined to think that poverty and cognitive development have a correlation. My review of literature focused on why the children of poverty are over represented...
  • E Commerce And E Business Models
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    Michael Lewis (2000: pages 256-257) scoffed at the whole attempt to formalize the definition of business models when he wrote that "Business Model" is one of those terms of art that were central to the Internet boom: it glorifies all manner of half baked plans. All it really meant was how you planned to make money". In an abstract of his paper "A Mesoscopic Approach to Business Models: Nano Research on Management" published in "Economic Issues in China" Dr. Jun yi Weng stated that "Business Mode...
  • Experiments On Animals
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    Peggy KistnerPhil 111 Paper #1/Animal Testing 9/28/04 The practice of using animals for testing has been a controversial issue over the past thirty years. Animal testing is a morally debated practice. The question is whether animal testing is morally right or wrong. This paper will present both sides of this issue as well as my own opinion. Approximately two to four million animals have been used in safety tests. Safety tests are conducted with a wide range of chemicals and products, including d...
  • Chance With Liposuction Surgery
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    Liposuction: The Bad and The Ugly Due to the risk involved, liposuction is not the answer to having a great body. Liposuction is one of the most popular forms of cosmetic surgery today. Those seeking the perfect body seldom understand the risks involved in this invasive surgery. One of the risks of liposuction is that fat cells can grow back in the area where the procedure took place. Another risk associated with this procedure is over-aggressive fat removal. Poor work performed by untrained doc...
  • Benefits Of Animal
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    Our case is that if we don't test on animals then progress in scientific fields would be halted. As first speaker for the negative I will speak about the benefits of animal testing in general and then I'll talk in detail about animal testing in medicine. My second speaker will talk about the opinions on testing and the food chain and my third speaker will summarise our points and rebut. Safety tests are conducted on a wide range of chemicals and products, including drugs, vaccines, cosmetics, ho...
  • Madame C.J. Walker
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    MADAME C.J. walker In 1905 Madame C.J. Walker developed a conditioning treatment for straightening hair. Her name was also Sarah Breedlove. Starting with door to door sales of her cosmetics, Madame C.J. Walker amassed a fortune. In 1910 she built a' factory in Indianapolis to manufacture her line of cosmetics. Before her death in 1919 she was a millionaire, one of the most successful business executives in the early half of the twentieth century. She was one of the first American women of any ra...
  • Employee's Motivation And Performance
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    GOALS OF ORGANISATIONS Introduction This report was compiled to inform the staff of Rostel on the theories and concepts of organisational policies and goals. Contained within are descriptions of the main theories and their applications to Rostel. Textbooks used in researching this report were: Personnel Management Practice by Michael Armstrong Management A Contemporary Approach by De ode Kerning Corporate Strategy and Business Planning by Roger Bennet Strategic management If we consider the fact...
  • Used For Animal Food
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    Recently, I interviewed someone from the Island of Orkney, off the northern shore of Scotland. He described the seas as being nutrient rich and crystal clear. Traditionally, sea weed, (called sea vegetables in Scotland) has been used for herbal remedies, food products, animal food, cosmetics, and fertilizers. Two of the major species I was informed of were Laminaria, and Carrageen Chondrus crispus (Irish moss). Laminaria, (commonly called 'kelp') has it has the ability to re-growth extremely fas...
  • Second Hand Smoke Of The Smoker
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    Smoking has many side effects many of these effects being serious life altering side effects and not simply cosmetic. The cosmetic effects are all well known from the smell of cigarette smoke, to yellowing teeth. But also are the effects of lung cancer to not only the smoker but to anyone who is near them or being exposed to the second hand smoke of the smoker. Some of the lesser side effects of smoking are first and foremost is the scent of cigarette smoke which soon per meats a person and seem...
  • Use Of Laboratory Animals
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    Animal Experimentation ANIMAL RIGHTS- The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was founded in England in 1824 to promote humane treatment of work animals, such as cattle and horses, and of household pets. Within a few decades similar organizations existed throughout Europe. An American society was founded in New York in 1866. Then after, these organizations were protesting the use of animals in laboratory experiments and the use of vivisection for teaching. Until the mid-1970's the f...
  • Fda's Drug Approval Process
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    The United Sates Food and Drug Administration has been protecting American consumers for around 70 years. The FDA assures the safety drugs, medical devices, chemicals, cosmetics, foods and additives by evaluating products for approval. Controversy has recently been surrounding the FDA's drug approval process, due to a general trend to get pharmaceuticals on the market more quickly. The FDA has been under pressure from congress and the public to speed approval, but pharmaceutical companies, who b...
  • The Sales Force Of Avon Representatives
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    Avon As of November 1999, Avon was experiencing economic troubles. Avon's growth rate of annual sales was less than 1.5 percent during the greatest economic boom in history. This prompted a transfer in leadership which appointed Andrea Jung as CEO. Since that time, Avon has experienced remarkable growth. Under the direction of the new CEO, a new strategy was developed to reinvent Avon's image, improve customer satisfaction, and to increase profit margins and market share. Avon has gained an outs...
  • Anabolic Steroids
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    ANABOLIC STEROIDS JUST THE FACTS Report #5 - 6/28/98 Anabolic steroids are widely abused drugs that promote protein synthesis and decrease protein catabolism in muscle cells. They have been also called performance enhancing drugs because of their ability to dramatically aid the increase of strength, endurance and recovery in athletes. Recent statistics report that over 3 million athletes and bodybuilders in this country alone have used anabolic steroids. A recent Sports Illustrated article has s...
  • Lanc Ome Perfume Tresor
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    The second direct competitor to Chanel is L'Or " eat, the world's largest manufacturer of high-quality cosmetics, perfumes, and hair and skin care products. Although L'Oreal the company doesn't manufacture a perfume it owns the brand Lanc^ome that produces Tresor a perfume that rivals Chanel. In the chart below, it lists the US female fragrances brand share by value from the 2002 Table base data. The chart shows how the Lanc^ome perfume Tresor, Estee Lauder and Chanel are in relation to each oth...
  • Our Company And The Market Needs
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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY. CosmoCosmetics. 1389 Sunshine Ave. Fort Lauderdale, Fl 34587 CosmoCosmetics has decided to create a new foundation make up line for African American women exclusively. We believe there is a niche for this type of business since no make up brands specialise in this target. CosmoCOsmetics would be the exclusive manufacturer that sells to cosmetic retailers. Not only would emphasise on the variety of colours but also the packaging of the product. 1. The colours would be adjusted ...
  • Animals For The Use Of Biomedical Research
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    Vivisection Many people today, including scientists and doctors, are questioning the suffering and killing of animals for the sake of human beings. Is it morally correct to dissect a frog or a worm for the purpose of educating a high school student? On the other hand, must 'We study life to protect life' (1: 131) The issue of killing animals for the use of biomedical research, education, and cosmetics can be referred as 'vivisection'. Twenty-five to thirty-five million animals are spared in the ...
  • Results Of Tests On Animals
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    Animal testing is not a new thing. For many centuries scientists and testers in research have used animals of all kinds. Most of the animals are small ones like rodents - rats, mice, hamsters and gerbils. Some dogs, cats and a variety of goats, monkeys and rabbits have also been used. The animal rights issue is an emotional one. For decades the value of animal research has been grossly overrated. Although researchers claim that they depend on animal test data to achieve medical advances, we shou...
  • Their Eating Disorder
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    It almost everywhere you look. Pictures running rapid on magazine covers, advertisements, billboards: everywhere. Standing in the line at the grocery store, flipping through a magazine, or just glancing at the advertisements on television. It is quite evident by looking at the emaciated pictures of young women and surprisingly men too, what the media considers as the "ideal" figure. This perception society has created, plays a major part in our countries obsession with thinness and extreme dieti...
  • Methods Of Skin Rejuvenation Laser Treatments
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    Laser Surgery Lasers in plastic surgery in laser resurfacing sometimes called laser peel a carbon dioxide (CO 2) laser is used to remove areas of damaged or wrinkled skin, layer by layer the procedure is most commonly used to minimize the appearance of fine lines especially around the mouth and the eyes however, it is also effective in treating facial scars or areas of uneven pigmentation laser resurfacing may be performed on the whole face or in other parts of the body often the procedure is do...
  • Responsibility Of The Implant Manufacturer
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    The Moral and Legal Obligations of Breast Implants I. Thesis In a world that revolves around impressions, many people that it is very important to look your best at all times. We are constantly seeing images of the perfect body. From Barbie to Baywatch, American women are constantly being shown images of girls with eighteen inch waists, thirty two inch hips and a D cup chest. Feeling as if they need to achieve this image to be attractive, women flock to the exercise gym in large numbers. They sp...
  • New As The Cloned Skin Cells
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    ... o vided, many of the arguments supporting them can be understood. The first argument is that through cloning many couples that suffer from infertility can now share in the joy of having children. According to the Human Cloning Foundation, less than 10 percent of the current infertility treatments are successful. The process is very similar to the explanation previously given. One of the parents will donate a cell and it will be cloned in a lab. It will then be placed inside the woman's womb ...
  • 2004 The Total Revenue Of Avon
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    History of Avon Avon was founded in 1886 as the California Perfume Company by a book salesman named Mr. David McConnell. He got the idea of opening this company when he discovered that the rose oil perfumes he was giving away with the books were the primary reason people were buying his books not the book it self. In 1914 the first international office opened in Montreal, Canada and in 1916 California Perfume Company first incorporated in New York State and by 1964 Avon stocks have been listed o...
  • Significant Species Within The Asphodelaceae Family
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    Asphodelaceae (Aloe Family) CLASSIFICATION Dahlgren et al. (1985) divided the Monocotyledons into several superorders of which the Liliiflorae is the largest. The order Asparagales is the largest of the five orders within Liliiflorea. One of the families within Asparagales recognized by Dahlgren and his co-workers was Asphodelaceae (Chase et al. (2000). Asphodelaceae consists of the sub-families, the Aspodeloideae and the Alooideae. The Alooideae consists of six genera of which Aloe is the large...
  • Strategic Management Out Perform
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    "Research has revealed that organisations that engage in strategic management generally out-perform those that do not " The connotation of the ancient Greek word " ", in its various grammatical forms, implies meaning of skilful leading to achieving a highly crucial position or attaining a desired end. Commonly associated with the military operations, strategies aim at methodical out-performance of adversaries. Analogically, application of deliberate strategies in the business management context ...
  • Fashions Of Clothing And Shoes
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    I turn my head and see a streak of blouse and miniskirt flouncing by, its wearer dark and supple with the tan of a Pittsburgh January and luxuriously blonde from the bottle of her favorite stylist. Her male companion wears a sweater that cost him more than the herd of sheep from whence its essential material came, with baggy blue jeans marked with the name of a certain Hilfiger fellow, and shoes pioneered by one Dr. Martin, likely a prominent podiatrist somewhere in the world. The girl giggles a...
  • Hawthorne's Ideas About Science
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    Although "The Birthmark" by Nathaniel Hawthorne was written in the mid-1800's, its themes and ideas are still a part of society today. The 19th century was a time of change, just as this, the millennium, is a time of great change. Hawthorne's ideas about science, beauty, and life still play a major part in our lives, despite many improvements. Even today, people try to play "God" and change things that nature has put in place. It's human curiosity; how much can be changed, how many things can be...
  • Addicted To Plastic Surgery
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    The New Addiction Ten years ago 330,000 Americans underwent plastic surgery. This year that number has increased to over 6 million, of which 335,000 are under the age of 18 (So you want a famous face). The increase in numbers of plastic surgeries could be attributed and / or directly proportionate to the increase in extreme makeover shows. According to Charles Cooley, "a person's sense of self is derived from the perceptions of others". We will use Charles Cooly's looking-glass-self theory to ar...
  • Belle Couleur Line Into The Dutch Market
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    L'Oreal Introduction L'Oreal is the largest cosmetics company in the world. It shouldn't be a surprise that L'Oreal doesn't sell all of its product lines in every market in which it sells, and the market in the Netherlands is no exception. Upper management of the Netherlands' L'Oreal subsidiary have to make decisions on which product lines will succeed in their respective market and which ones will falter. In this particular case, L'Oreal needs to decide if it would like to introduce Garneir pro...
  • Most Beautiful Women In The World
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    Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder? Everywhere we look there is an alluring face, an exotic, flawless statuesque body, overlaying one of the largest networking systems for fashion, beauty, and cosmetics of all kinds. Magazines such as Elle, Vogue, Maxim, FHM, and many more, feed into woman's minds of what is beautiful or the ideal self. We all struggle with coming in touch with our real self-verses our ideal self. Angelina Jolie is considered publicly as one of the most beautiful women in the ...
  • Silicone Breast
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    Breast Implants One of the first uses of silicone in a medical implant came in the form of lifesaving tubes implanted into young children to funnel excess fluid from the brain into the chest cavity, where the fluid could be safely metabolized and excreted. Since these 'shunts' were first used, in the late 1950's, silicone in various forms has come to be an important part of many implants. 'It is used in tracheotomy tubes, in artificial lenses for the eye, in artificial heart valves and in facial...