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QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE STUDIES OF SANTALAM ALBUM & ROSA BRACTEATAE PLANT EXTRACTS FOR SKIN BENEFICIERIES

Dr. D. Chandra Prabha, Hemalakshmi Mohanarangan*

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Background: Sandalwood is a parasitic plant, equipped with special structures on its roots that penetrate the roots of host plants and obtain nutrients. Indian sandalwood has the highest oil content (6 to 7%) and a desirable aroma profile. It acts as a facial skin toner and complexion booster. Similarly, roses were originally wild and they come from several parts of the world, North America, Europe, northwest Africa and many parts of Asia and Oceania. There are over 100 different species of roses. Roses possess exotic odor and refreshes the skin. Total phenolics study are highly essential for determining the plant’s beneficial characters and provide a way for cosmetic formulations. Objective: The main objective of this study is to analyze the secondary metabolites of Santalum album and Rosa bracteatae using various solvents of extraction. It includes phytochemical studies and phenolic content studies. Materials and Method: Plant extracts of sandalwood and rose petals obtained from three different solvents were subjected to phytochemical analysis and TPC (total phenolic contents) studied using chemical methods and formulations. Results: The plants yielded highest beneficial results in ethyl acetate solvent. It also resulted in highest TPC (total phenolic content) with the same solvent thereby showing the appropriateness for choosing a solvent for maximum extraction. Conclusion: The study shows the beneficial effects of plant’s phyto constituents for skin that was applied for solving various skin problems. These secondary metabolites can replace various cosmetic synthetics and used as natural skin products.

Keywords: Total phenolic content, polyphenolic compounds, sandalwood, rose plants, skin cosmetics.


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