A review on herbal cosmetics

Authors

  • Lovepreet Kaur St. Soldier Institute of Pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C), Jalandhar-Amritsar by pass NH-1 Jalandhar-144011, Punjab, India
  • Ajeet Pal Singh St. Soldier Institute of Pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C), Jalandhar-Amritsar by pass NH-1 Jalandhar-144011, Punjab, India
  • Amar Pal Singh St. Soldier Institute of Pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C), Jalandhar-Amritsar by pass NH-1 Jalandhar-144011, Punjab, India
  • Taranjit Kaur St. Soldier Institute of Pharmacy, Lidhran Campus, Behind NIT (R.E.C), Jalandhar-Amritsar by pass NH-1 Jalandhar-144011, Punjab, India

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47957/ijpda.v9i3.483

Keywords:

Home grown beauty care products, Skin care, Hair care, Herbal cleansers, Herbal aromas, different added substances

Abstract

Herbal cosmetics are products that are used to improve and enhance one's look. Herbal compounds are favoured over chemical ones since they are more readily available and have less negative effects. Cosmetics are a useful chemical that is widely used around the globe to balance and improve the normal look of the face and different areas of the body, such as the hand, mouth, finger, hair, eye, and so on. Powders, creams, face packs, moisturisers, lotions, shampoo, hair oil, hair conditioners, nail paint, and other cosmetics are included. A attractive guy or beautiful lady must have soft, lustrous, and healthy skin and hair. Skin damage may be caused by a variety of factors in the environment, including bacteria, chemical poisons, and chemicals. Sandalwood and Turmeric have generally been utilized by Indian people for skin treatment, Henna to shading their hair, hands, and soles, and regular oils to fragrance their bodies. Broad home grown magnificence medicines were in the past acted in India's imperial royal residences to uplift erotic allure and protect general tidiness. Natural face wash, home grown conditioner, natural cleanser, and home grown cleanser are instances of natural beauty care products that are created and utilized consistently. Herbal cosmetics are formulations that combine active bio-ingredients, neutraceuticals, or medicines with cosmetics. Botanicals often include a variety of antioxidants, vitamins, oils, hydrocolloids, essential oils, proteins, terpenoids, and other bioactive compounds. Our ancient understanding of how to utilise plant riches, as described in Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha, and Tibetan medicine, is very useful in identifying phytochemicals.

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Kaur, L., A. P. Singh, A. P. Singh, and T. Kaur. “A Review on Herbal Cosmetics”. International Journal of Pharmaceutics and Drug Analysis, vol. 9, no. 3, Sept. 2021, pp. 196-01, doi:10.47957/ijpda.v9i3.483.

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