Cosmetology and the Science Connection

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Cosmetology and the Science Connection
  1. Earth Science
    1. 8.B.2. Evidence of Change: Recognize and explain that fossils found in layers of sedimentary rock provide evidence of changing life forms.
      1. Earth science is related to cosmetology.
        1. Fossils on the earth are sometimes turned into products that are used to create makeup.
      2. Astronomy
        1. 8.D.2. Regular and Predictable Motion: Identify and explain celestial phenomena using the regular and predictable motion of objects in the solar system.
          1. Motion is used for cosmetics when we do hair and makeup.
            1. Our body moves every time we do our hair because we have to move to do it.
              1. We move when applying our makeup.
        2. Biology
          1. 8.D.1. Change Over Time: Recognize and describe that evolutionary change in species over time occurs as a result of genetic variation in organisms and environmental changes.
            1. Some cosmetic products, such as makeup and synthetic hair, is used by humans to enhance their beauty.
              1. Some of the products are produced by animals that have grown over time to be mature enough for the use of these products.
          2. Chemistry
            1. 8.D.2. Chemical Properties: Cite evidence of give examples of chemical properties of substances.
              1. Beauty products for hair (shampoo, conditioner, hair spray, and oils) have plenty of chemical substances in them.
                1. Products used to cleanse the face have surfactants in them. (surfactant-a substance that tends to reduce the surface tension of a liquid in which it is dissolved.)
              2. Physics
                1. 8.A.4. Energy Transformation: Recognize and explain that energy can neither be created or destroyed; rather it changes form or is transferred through the action of forces.
                  1. Liposuction is a type of cosmetic surgery.
                    1. Knowing how the Starling forces act on the adipose tissue can help the liposculptor manipulate these forces and can improve efficiency.
                  2. Thermodynamics
                    1. 8.B.1. Transfer of Heat: Describe and cite evidence that heat can be transferred by conduction, convection and radiation.
                      1. Flat irons are a tool used to change the structure of hair. It produces heat and straightens the hair most of the time.
                        1. The product produces heat using ceramic plates that heat up when turned on. Some people even use handle-holders to stop the heat from touching their hand when they hold the flat irons.
                      2. Environmental Issues
                        1. 8.B.1. Environmental Impact: Recognize and explain how human activities can accelerate or magnify many naturally occurring changes.
                          1. People use plenty of natural resources for cosmetic purposes.
                            1. Every time they take this stuff away from the environment, it takes away something good for the environment.
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