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Types of Bacteria Found in Cosmetics Used by Female College Students in Kuwait (Published)

The purpose of this study is to determine the presence of bacteria and other microorganisms in cosmetic samples, brought in by female students of the College of Health Sciences, and to identify these bacteria by microbiological analysis. A total of 100 expired, commercial cosmetic products, were provided by college students. They include: Mascaras, lipsticks, lip-glosses, eye shadows, eye-liners, foundation creams, body creams and talk powders.  The products were tested for the presence of microorganisms by using general, enrichments and selective media. Microscopic examination and biochemical analysis (Catalase test and API test) were then performed for isolated pure cultures. 22% of the expired cosmetic products were contaminated to various degrees. Two types of yeasts were isolated:  Candida Albicans, found in compact powder with a contamination rate of 20%, eye shadows, 6.6% and foundation creams, 10%. Rhodotorula yeast was isolated from eye liner with a contamination rate of 6.6%. In addition, three species of staphylococci were isolated: S. xylosus, S. warneri and S. schleiferi. Other bacterial species, like Micrococcus, Streptococcus and Bacillus species, were also isolated. These species are present normally on human skin as a normal micro-flora However, some of these microorganisms, known as opportunistic pathogens, may cause skin infection and irritation, especially, when sharing these products with others, as the micro-flora may vary from one person to another.

Citation :Jenan M. Al- Rifaaia, Aneesah M. Al Haddad, Yousef. S. N. Alrefaei (2021) Types of Bacteria Found in Cosmetics Used by Female College Students in Kuwait, European Journal of Biology and Medical Science Research, Vol.9, No.4, pp.20-33


Keywords: Contamination, Microorganism, Products, cosmetic, expired

Digital Marketing Services Enhance Business Performance Goals by Promoting Products and Services to Consumers: A Digital Approach (Published)

The study focus on determining the effect of Digital Essentials tools for promoting products and services to enhance business performance. The digital marketing SMART objectives benchmarked against the existing competitors to ensure effectiveness for achieving the organizational goals. Digital marketing mix utilises marketing techniques, lead generation, social media and website optimization. Digital essentials include targeting and cost effectiveness to promote the product to the needy people at the proper time. Facebook page and QR codes have more influence on the consumer’s behavior as a marketing tool. Content plays very important role for website in attracting potential customers in near future and Flow content is very useful for acquisition and amplification. There are many issues related to online purchase, but the most important concerns of the buyers/customers are: cancellation and refund. Therefore, an organization takes special interest in sorting out such issues. In conclusion the digital essential tools effect business p and promote products and services.

Keywords: Consumers, Digital Marketing, Products, services and business.

Key Success Factors Influencing Students’ Trust On Tesco Grocery Services (Published)

This purpose of this paper is to explore the key success factors influencing students trust on Tesco grocery services. Using survey approach, the study adopted, simple random sampling in selecting a total of 70 students of the University of Bedfordshire who shop at Tesco. The analysis shows that organisations feel that customer trust gradually turns into customer loyalty. The findings revealed that a number of factors shapes students trust in Tesco grocery services mainly convenience, price and the quality of products and services.

Keywords: Products, Students, Tesco grocery, Trust, services

Economic Analysis of Sunday Market in Srinagar City (Published)

In the present study an attempt has been made to study various characteristics of Sunday market in the summer capital of Jammu And Kashmir State. The main aim was to study the quality and price structure of products sold in the market. Also special emphasis has been given to examine the job satisfaction of vendors and reasons for joining the Sunday market. With the help of interview schedules information has collected from 200 respondents. Our probe revealed that both second hand and good quality products were sold in the Sunday market at cheaper prices than normal prices. Also we found both sellers and buyers were satisfied in the market.

Keywords: Buyers, Market, Price, Products, Quality, Vendors