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Skin Care with Herbal Exfoliants

  title={Skin Care with Herbal Exfoliants},
  author={Nilani Packianathan and Ruckmani Kandasamy},
Exfoliation is the process of removal of removing the old, dead skin cells that cling to the skin’s outermost surface. The two types of exfoliation are mechanical and chemical. People’s opportunities for seeking dermatological assistance for a myriad of conditions, including acne, rosacea, striae, photodamage, and skin cancers have increased in recent years. Chronological aging is a process of intrinsic or normal aging of the skin. Chronic exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light leads to photodamage… 

Exfoliating Agents for Skincare Soaps Obtained from the Crabwood Waste Bagasse, a Natural Abrasive from Amazonia

Many personal cleansing products contain microplastics threatening coastal habitats, deep sea, as well as freshwater lakes. Non-pollutant biomasses with natural abrasiveness are potential substitutes

Formulation and Evaluation of Herbal Face Scrub containing Coffea arabica Linn, Myristica fragrans, and Lens culinaris as an Antioxidant and Antiseptic Activity

The research aimed to produce an herbal facial scrub. The majority of times, the skin on the face is in regular contact with dirt, pollution, and other contaminants. The scrub comprises various

Effect of Bongi Me’e Liquid Soap Toward Staphylococcus Epidermidis

Acne or commonly referred as Acne Vulgaris is a chronic skin disease due to abnormalities of sebum production in sebaceous glands caused by Staphylococcus epidermis  bacteria. Acne treatment is

Development and Characterization of Emulsions Containing Ground Seeds of Passiflora Species as Biobased Exfoliating Agents

Ground seeds from three species of the genus Passiflora, P. ligularis, P. edulis Sims fo edulis, and P. mollissima, were obtained by extraction, drying, grinding, and sieving, and their

In Vitro and In Vivo Study on Humans of Natural Compound Synergy as a Multifunctional Approach to Cellulite-Derived Skin Imperfections

This first study provides interesting inputs on the effectiveness of the nutraceutical complex standardized in polyphenols, anthocyanins and proteolytic enzymes to counteract cellulite blemishes and improve local microcirculation.

An overview of the use of proteolytic enzymes as exfoliating agents

Proteolytic enzymes are biological catalysts that can compose cosmetic formulations: These enzymes are capable of mimicking the desquamation process of the skin, acting as exfoliants. Although

Formulation of Liquid Soap Contains Cow's Milk from Middle Small Enterprise in Cimahi

Skin is one of the outermost body defenses which is often exposed to foreign objects. Cleaning the dirt on the skin is done using soap. Cow's milk contains protein and fat which is effective to

Cosmetic Preparations and Plants Used in Cosmetic Preparations

ve renklendirici etkilerinin farkedilmesiyle birlikte, kozmetik olarak kullanılması kaçınılmaz olmuştur. Hoş koku ve renk elde etmek için başlayan bitkisel ürünlerin kullanımı yüzyılar içinde faklı



Perfluoropolyether phosphate: skin exfoliation after a topical pre‐treatment, TEWL and skin elasticity, by in‐vivo non‐invasive methods

The efficacy of perfluoropolyether (PFPE) phosphate, a new acidic material, already proposed for lowering the pH without increasing skin irritation, is investigated.

Circulating endothelial progenitor cells: a new approach to anti-aging medicine?

This review discusses the biological relevance of circulating EPC in a variety of pathologies in order to build the case that these cells act as an endogenous mechanism of regeneration.


The physiology of wound healing leading to scars as well as types of scars are discussed, which may be hypertrophic, atrophic, or normotrophic.

Ultraviolet‐induced transformation of keratinocytes: possible involvement of long interspersed element‐1 reverse transcriptase

The normal human keratinocyte cell line, HaCaT, was transformed using multiple doses of ultraviolet (UV)A+B (UVA, 150–200 mJ/cm2 and UVB, 15–20mJ/cm2× 6). Malignant transformation was confirmed by

Analysis and biological activities of anthocyanins.

Phycocolloid ecology of underutilized economic red algae

Carrageenan and agar are structural cell wall components of several red algae. Both are sulfated polysaccharides, which can form gels in milk or water-based solutions. Of the two, carrageenan has a