Dermatology science fair projects

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This experiment was conducted to find out if women have more foot problems than men. The experiment was done by conducting a survey on men and women and asking them about the type of foot problems that they...
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Are sunscreen lotions with higher SPF (sun protection factor) values necessarily more effective? They certainly cost more! Is there a co-relation between cost and effectiveness? The objective of this science fair project is to determine...
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This science fair project was performed to find out if sweaty feet contain more bacteria. The science project was done by taking samples from shoes that were worn with socks, and without...
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This science fair project was conducted to ascertain the effectiveness of sunscreen soap in providing protection against ultraviolet radiation from the sun. The tests were done using different concentrations of Octyl-salicylate mixed in...
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With enough exposure Ultra Violet (UV) light is lethal to bacteria. Ultra violet light may also cause damage to human skin cells. It is thought this damage may destroy the ability of the skin cells to control cell division, thus leading to...
Beginner 1
The hypothesis is that vaseline will work the best because it is the most commonly used body...
Beginner 1
The purpose of this experiment was to determine how various shampoos affect the tensile strength of human hair. The information gained from this experiment will help people know which shampoo will make their hair stronger so it won’t...
Advanced 7
The compound melanin is produced in skin cells and absorbs strongly in the UV region. Melanin pigments your skin, resulting in darker skin after extended exposure to sunlight. The sunscreen industry markets its products with SPF (Sun...
Advanced 7
Cosmetologists mostly work at salons, their job is to cut or design hair, apply makeup, do facials, manicures, and pedicures. They work about forty hours a week. The tools that they use are combs, scissors, brushes, makeup, curling iron,...
Beginner 1
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