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EMULGEL: A TOPICAL DRUG DELIVERY

Aditi Sharma*, Anupama Kumari, Rohit Kumar and Harpreet Singh

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Several benefits of gels Hydrophobic medication delivery are severely constrained. Therefore, an emulsion-based technique is being employed to get around this restriction so that even a hydrophobic medicinal moiety can benefit from gels special qualities. The dose form is referred to when gels and emulsions are used together like emulgel. The usage of new polymers has garnered a lot of attention recently. The direct accessibility of the skin as a target organ for diagnostic and treatment makes dermatological pharmacology special. Both hydrophilic and hydrophobic substances are blocked by the interaction of hydrophilic cornified cells with hydrophobic intercellular material. The use of translucent gels in both pharmaceutical and cosmetic preparations has increased within the main category of semisolid preparations. Polymers can act as emulsifiers and thickeners because their ability to gel enables the creation of stable emulsions and creams by lowering surface and interfacial tension and simultaneously raising the aqueous phases viscosity. These emulgel have significant benefits over both innovative vesicular systems and conventional systems in a number of ways. Different permeation enhancers can intensify the impact, making emulgel a superior topical drug delivery technology than the ones now in use. Emulgel can be added to analgesic and antifungal. Gels appear to be more favourable than other semisolid formulations for both medicinal and cosmetic treatments. Emulgel is the term used to describe the combination of gel and emulsion. The promising drug delivery method for hydrophobic medicines is emulgel. Emulgel a unique topical medication delivery method, has two different types of release controls: gel and emulsion. Emulgel appear to be more favourable than other semisolid formulations for both medicinal and cosmetic treatments. Emulgel is the term used to describe the combination of gel and emulsion. The promising drug delivery method for hydrophobic medicines is emulgel. Emulgel benefits include being transparent, emollient, greaseless, and readily spreadable and detachable. Emulgel is made using the inclusion method. Emulgel are frequently employed for the administration of analgesics, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-acne and different cosmetic compositions. Emulgel benefits include being transparent, emollient, greaseless and readily spreadable and detachable.

Keywords: Emulgel, vesicular, emollient, analgesics, detachable.


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