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An Opinion on Cosmeceuticals to Provide a Biological Effect

  title={An Opinion on Cosmeceuticals to Provide a Biological Effect},
  author={Darshana R. Dumbhare and Nalanda Tulsiram Rangari and Nilesh M Mahajan and Fahimuddin S. Kazi and Ujjawala N. Mahajan},
The use of cosmeceuticals has drastically risen in recent years. These are significantly used for increases the clinician in improving the treatment of skin, hair, and other condition, which are the fastest growing segments of the natural personal care industry. They are applied topically as cosmetics but contain ingredients that influence the skin biological function. In this review article which includes certain therapy such as anti-aging therapy, Hyperpigmentation, youthful appearance. As… 

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