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Formulation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Vanishing Cream
Pankaj S Mane, Deepak J Kare, Ankita B Hogale, Suraj T Jadhav, Pooja S Yadav
Abstract: Herbal vanishing cream has various advantages over existing cosmetic vanishing creams found in the market. Due to zero side effects of herbal vanishing cream, these are formulated. As every individual in today?s world need a healthy, flawless, acne free skin and naturally glowing skin hence, herbal vanishing cream are gaining popularity. The most of existing creams which has been prepared from drugs of synthetic origin, such as acyclovir, triamcinolone, calcipotriene, mometasonwhich gives more fairness to the skin but may have various side effects such as itching or kinds of allergic reactions. The creams are oil in water emulsion. Vanishing cream containing natural base was pleasant, effective, easily washable and completely safe for human use. In contrast with ointments, which are greasy and messy in nature and may cause staining of clothes, the prepared Natural palm oil based vanishing cream was pleasant, easily washable thereby increasing patient compliance. The prepared formulations were evaluated for physical evaluation tests like color, odor and evaluated for different evaluation parameters like pH, homogeneity viscosity, type of smear, after feel test, dye test, spreadability test, patch test and skin irritation study. The vanishing cream can also be prepared from the seeds and peels of plant Turmeric, Honey, Brassica nigra, Almond musturd seed powder extract.
Keywords: Turmeric , Honey , Brassica nigra, Almond , Gram flour ,Musturd seed powder, vanishing cream
Country: India, Subject Area: Pharmaceutical Science
Pages: 953 - 957
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019
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Pankaj S Mane, Deepak J Kare, Ankita B Hogale, Suraj T Jadhav, Pooja S Yadav, "Formulation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Vanishing Cream", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i5/show_abstract.php?id=ART20197835, Volume 8 Issue 5, May 2019, 953 - 957
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