FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL GARLIC LOTION FOR ACNE
Now a dayâ€™s synthetic chemicals are produces many harmful effects like cause irritation on skin, dryness, sometimes produce pimples etc. so thatâ€™s why we selected herbal products for making herbal garlic lotion for the treatment of acne by using W/O emulsion method due to reducing side effects, cheap, better therapeutic effect, ease of available etc. present studied that all parameters passed and there is no cause irritation, redness, itches, etc. after administration or applied on skin its proved by skin irritation test.Â
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