|Yep. That's one of my lab notebooks - and my glasses.|
I'm not trying to alienate readers, of course! But I am of the opinion that everyone can understand the principles of science, even if it's not your favorite subject. If you fell asleep in chemistry class in high school or college, I can sympathize. It's not always exciting, especially if it's not presented in an accessible way. I'm going to try to break it down with tools that have always aided me as a student: illustrations, out-of-field examples, non-jargon terms - because I think people don't always have the means to assess claims made by beauty/health brands, and being able to make informed decisions is important. Also, I know that a big portion of my readers are female, and that is an issue near and dear to my heart: there aren't enough women in science, and there should be.
Lastly, I have to put in a disclaimer: I'm not a health professional. I'm a graduate student with access to tools and an understanding of science. I'm not offering any health advice, and I'm not a consultant. I will do my best to answer any questions to the best of my knowledge, or direct you to another trustworthy source.
|Some of my textbooks.|