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AN UPDATED REVIEW ON: COSMECEUTICS IT’S PRODUCTS AND ROLE ON SKIN AND HAIR

*Shivam Harishankar Chaturvedi and Chandra Mohan Anand

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Cosmetics and medications are combined to form cosmeceuticals. Cosmetics with biologically active chemicals that claim to provide therapeutic or drug-like effects are known as cosmeticeuticals. Cosmetic drugs are prescribed to treat various dermatological disorders as well as to enhance and nourish the appearance of the skin. Similar to beauty product, cosmeceutical are utilised topically and include substances that affect the biological uses of the skin. The goal of cosmetics is to enhance attractiveness by supplying the nutrients required for healthy skin. Cosmetic products typically make claims about improving the skin's tone, texture, and brightness as well as reducing wrinkles. Customers choose herbal- based cosmetics because they are typically safe and have potent antioxidant properties1. Drugs, cosmetics, or a combination of the two can all be considered cosmetic products. The word "cosmeceuticals," however, has no legal definition. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not have to study cosmeceuticals, and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act does not recognise the term. It is not required to test cosmetics and cosmeceuticals to see if the beneficial elements genuinely live up to a manufacturer's claims, even though both are being tested for safety. Creams, lotions, and ointments are the only products that fall under the category of "cosmeceuticals" that are used topically. There is no distinction made on cosmetic labels between substances that are active and those that are not; they are all stated together.

Keywords: Cosmeceuticals, skin, botanicals, dermatological, neutraceutical, antiinflammatory, scalp, alopecia, sources, moisturizer, enhace.


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