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Inventi Rapid - Cosmeceuticals

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Cosmeceuticals’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas in the growing field of cosmeceuticals or functional/ active cosmetics. Articles pertaining to following are particularly welcome: materials and ingredient research related to cosmeceuticals; therapeutic options for skin, hair and body care; product formulations; technologies in cosmetic product development; testing of skin and hair products; toxicological studies of cosmetic products; analytical chemistry of essential components involved in cosmeceuticals; biomedicine research on active components; regulatory and ethical issues; facial rejuvenation etc.

  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ANTIOXIDANT FACE CREAM CONTAINING RASPBERRY FRUIT AND GRAPE SEEDS EXTRACT
    Priya R Kawarkhe, Subhash V Deshmane*, Kailash R Biyani    Download Full Text

    Antioxidant neutralizes free radicals, unstable oxygen molecules that break down skin cells and cause wrinkles, thus preventing impairment at the cellular level. In the present work, face cream formulations were prepared using antioxidant from natural source. Raspberry extract and grape seed extract was used. Radical scavenging activity of raspberry, grape seeds was studied with standard ascorbic ...

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  • COSMECEUTICALS: A REVIEW
    Vandana Mahawar, Neelam Joshi, Pooja Bhati, Anjali Peter, Kalpana Patidar*, Manish Soni    Download Full Text

    These days number of cosmeceuticals products has been introduced into the market with enhanced efficacy. Cosmeceutical represent one of the most promising, yet challenging treatment options available to physicians. Cosmeceuticals are the fastest growing segments of personal care industry and a number of topical cosmeceutical treatment for conditions such as photaging, hyperpigmentation, wrinkles a...

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  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL LIPSTICK BY USING CURCUMA LONGA EXTRACT AS A ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AGENT
    Milind Mahajan*, Suhas Siddheshwar, Swapnil Chavan    Download Full Text

    Cosmetics are incredible in demand since historical time till day. Lipstick formulations are most widely used to enhance the beauty of lips and to add glamor's touch to the makeup. It is difficult to apply lipsticks to the dried, chafed, chapped, cracked lips with sores and lesions. In such cases, one can use medicated lipsticks for curing topical infections and beautification of lips with natural...

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  • COSMECEUTICALS: AN EMERGING CONCEPT
    B L Kakadiya, S H Majumdar    Download Full Text

    In a present scenario, People are looking for cosmeceuticals which gives multiple benefits so now a day cosmeceutical market is growing rapidly. Albert Kligman had introduced the term cosmeceuticals. Cosmeceuticals are the products with biologically active ingredients to have medical or drug-like benefits. In this article various types of skin care, hair and other cosmeceuticals are discussed. Ski...

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  • EVALUATE SUN PROTECTIVE ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF FRESH APPLE PULP VS. MARKETED COSMETIC FORMULATION
    Hemant S Kandle, Sachin R Jadhav, Akshay A Khot, Ganesh H Wadkar    Download Full Text

    Sunscreens are chemicals that provide protection against the adverse effects of solar and in particular UV radiation. Natural substances extracted from plants have been recently considered as potential sunscreen resources because of their ultraviolet ray absorption in the UV region and their antioxidant activity. Present study deals with evaluation the UV protective activities of ethanolic extract...

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  • COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SPF OF CALENDULA OFFICINALIS FLOWER, JUGLANS REGIA SEEDS AND FICUS BENGALENSIS BARK BY UV-VIS SPECTROSCOPY
    Harshit Shah*, Deepinderjeet Singh Joshan, Shruti Rawal Mahajan    Download Full Text

    Sun is constantly emits radiation but this radiation also contain UV rays which has destructive effect on skin. UV radiation produces premature skin aging which is characterised by wrinkle formation, thinning of skin, spider vein formation etc. Appearance of these symptoms make person to feel embarrassment in society. To avoid such kind of situation it is necessary to use treatment, which provides...

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