In-house preparation, development and evaluation of herbal cosmetics face pack using various natural powders
An eco- friendly product has been the primary agenda of 21st century of the global scientists. Herbal cosmetics have growing demand in the global market. The aim of present work is to In-house preparation, development and evaluation of herbal cosmetics face pack using various natural powders for glowing skin by using natural Ingredients. The natural powders used are shade dried commercial turmeric, rice flour, gram flour, rose powder, tomato powder, orange peel powder. Sandalwood powder, milk powder, camphor powder were purchased form local market in the form of dried powder, all powdered natural ingredients were sieved using #120 mesh, weighed accurately and mixed geometrically for uniform preparation and evaluated for parameters including macroscopical, Physiochemical, irritancy, antimicrobial tests along with stability studies. Thus, in this work we formulate herbal face pack by using easily available ingredients. After evaluation, we found good flow properties, free from skin irritation and maintained proper stability storage conditions. Results of this study scientifically verified that herbal face pack having enough potential to give efficient glowing effect on skin. The overall study is useful to substantiate product claims due to its benefits on the human being.
Keywords: herbal cosmetics, turmeric, Sandalwood powder, orange peel powder
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