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Sai Lakshmi Jyothirmai Kala* and Supriya Palaparthi


Cosmetics are the substances intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, and altering the appearance without affecting the body's structure or functions. Herbal cosmetics are defined as the beauty products which posses desirable physiological activity such as healing, smoothing appearance, enhancing and conditioning properties because of herbal ingredient. Herbal Cream is a polyherbal formulation that consists of extracts of Aloe barbadensis, Ocimum sanctum, Azadirachta indica, Curcuma longa, Cedro oil, Myristica fragrans, Olium rosae (Rose Oil), Orange Oil, Prunus dulcis, Ocimum sanctum. Herbs such as aloevera leaf, turmeric, banana, neem, papaya, cucumber and other plants are used as herbs in cosmetics. In the present research article the polyherbal face cream was prepared using the following ingredients extract of curcuma longa, solanum lycoperisum, carica papya, olive oil, almond oil, strawberry essence and distilled water. Solanum lycoperisum is used as an anti oxidant and prevents skin aging. Olive oil moisturese sthe skin, papya nourishes the skin, curcumin acts as an antimicrobial agent. The skin aging is mainly caused by destruction of collagen layer in the skin which can be prevented by using almond oil The prepared polyherbal cream was evaluated for pH, spreadability, homegenity, viscosity, extrudability, invitrodiffusion studies, physical appearance, dye test, removal test, skin irritation, antimicrobial studies, HPLC study for curcumin. Among all the prepared creams F2,F3 were found to be the best formulations. The cumulative %drug release from the prepared cream was found to be 91%.

Keywords: Curcuma longa, solanum lycoperisum, carcica papaya, almond oil, olive oil, distilled water.

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