Plants used in cosmetics

@article{Aburjai2003PlantsUI,
  title={Plants used in cosmetics},
  author={Talal Aburjai and Feda M Natsheh},
  journal={Phytotherapy Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={17}
}
This review describes the use of some natural products in cosmetic preparations, due to their low mammalian toxicity, with a brief description of the major use, plant parts used, the actives responsible for effect and the benefits of such products. Their use in skin care; such as dryness, eczema, acne, free‐radical scavenging, antiinflammatory, antiaging and skin protection effects are explained, and also the use in hair care as hair growth stimulants, hair colorants, and for hair and scalp… 
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