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  2. 2. CONTENTS: • Introduction • Classification • Herbal Cosmetics for Skin • Herbal Cosmetics for Hair • Dentifrices • Guidelines for using Herbs • Conclusion • References
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • Cosmetics are the substances that are used to enhance the odor and appearance of human body. • FDA defines cosmetics as “ intended to be applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance without affecting the body’s structure or functions. • Herbal Cosmetics are the cosmetics which are prepared using plant products having cosmetic actions. • In cosmetics, both natural and Phyto-ingredients are used. Natural products include oils, extracts, secretions etc. Phyto ingredients include pure constituents obtained by various process.
  4. 4. CLASSIFICATION OF HERBAL COSMETICS • Herbal cosmetics can be classified on the basis of: – Dosage form – Part of the body to be applied for
  5. 5. ON THE BASIS OF DOSAGE FORM • Emulsions : Cold cream, Vanishing cream, liquid cream • Powders : Face powder, Talcum powder, Tooth powder • Cakes : Rouge compacts, Make-up cake • Oils : Hair oils • Mucilage : Hand lotion • Jellies : Hand jelly, wave set jelly, brilliantine jelly • Suspensions : Cosmetic stockings • Pastes : Tooth paste, deodorant paste • Soaps : Shampoo soap, shaving soap, toilet soap • Solutions : After shave lotions, hair set solutions and lotions.
  6. 6. PARTS OR ORGAN OF THE BODY TO BE APPLIED FOR • Herbal cosmetics for Skin – Powder, cream, deodorants, lotions, bath and cleansing products • Herbal cosmetics for Hair – Shampoo, tonic, beard softeners, Hair removers • Herbal cosmetics for Nails – Nail polishes, Manicure preparations • Herbal cosmetics for Teeth and Mouth – Tooth powders, Dentifrices, Mouth washes
  7. 7. HERBAL COSMETICS FOR SKIN • The herbal approach of proper skin care is principally based on three essential steps. – Cleanse – Nourish – Moisture • Whatever may be the type of skin, these three steps acts as external care for skin to protect it from the constant effect of environment, stress and skins natural process of cell degradation decay.
  8. 8. HERBAL COSMETICS FOR VARIOUSTYPES OF SKIN FOR DRY SKIN Example of Herbs: Rubia Cardifolia (Manjista), Triphla, Tulsi, Glycerihza glabra in sesame oil. Fruit face mask: Banana or avocado pulp.
  9. 9. FOR SENSITIVE SKIN Example of Herbs: Usheero, curcuma longa, triphala, azadircta indica mustaka, nimba in coconut oil. Fruit face mask: Banana or pineapple pulp.
  10. 10. FOR OILY SKIN Example of Herbs: Tulsi, idhora, jatiphata, nimba, terminalia arjuna, Triphla, curcuma longa, mustaka in musterd oil , milk, sour milk, cream and butter milk are used as gentel natured cleanser. Fruit face mask: Strawberry or papaya pulp.
  11. 11. TYPES OF HERBAL CREAMS COLD CREAMS: It is an emulsion in which the fat predominates, but the cooling effect produced when it is applied to the skin is due to skin evaporation of the water contained. Formula: Almond oil White wax Borax Water Rose water 550 parts 145 parts 10 parts 290 parts 5 parts
  12. 12. CONT…. VANISHING CREAMS: Vanishing creams are also called foundation creams because they disappears when rubbed into skins. Formula: Stearic acid Borax crystals Sodium carbonate Water Rose oil 130 parts 28 parts 12 parts 740 parts 9 parts
  13. 13. CONT… CLEANSING CREAMS: A satisfactory cleansing cream is water in oil emulsion that melts at temperature of body and spreads readily over the skin. Formula: Chamomile cleansing creams Chamomile flower Distilled water Lemon juice Sodium benzoate 50 parts 500 parts 5 parts 2 parts
  14. 14. TYPES OF HERBAL LOTIONS FACE LOTION: These also called the bleaching lotions actually mask, rather than lighten, the color of skin. Like the whitening creams. Formula: Alum Zinc sulfate Glycerin Tincture of benzoin Essence of rose 10 parts 1 parts 1 parts 1 parts 30 drops
  15. 15. TYPES OF HERBAL HAIR CARE PRODUCTS  HAIR OIL: • Thehail oils used for dressings and nourishing the hairs and grace to appearance of hasirs. • This preparations is generally used to increase the growth of hair and remains healthy. • Hair oil should have following properties:  They should give luster to the hair.  Retain them soft and flowing.  Invigorate their growth.  Keep the brain cool.  Should not be sticky. Hair care products.
  16. 16. HAIR LOTION: Hair lotion has a stimulating effect upon the hair follicles. They are generally perfumed with oil of rosemary and others ascenes as it posses a good stimulating property. HAIR COLORANTS: These are preparations which are used for the coloring of hthe hairs. They enhances the attractiveness of gray hair. They are applied externally on the hair with help of brush.
  17. 17. CONT… SHAMPOO: Shampoo is preparation of surfactant in suitable form liquid, solid or powder- which when used under the condition specified will remove surface grease, dirt, and skin debris from the hair shaft and scalp without affecting adversely the hair, scalp or health of the user.
  18. 18. QUALLITIES OF AN IDEAL HAIR PRODUCT Protect the hair cuticle. Cleans without stripping natural oils. Replace lost protein, moisture, and nutrients. Condition without weighing down the hair. Even without porosity and prevent moisture loss. Smooth abraded cuticle scales. Prevent intense drying from environment.
  19. 19. Name Important herbal cosmetics Uses/ Claim Herbal hair rinse Mint, bramhi & other herbal extracts Promote hair growth used in combination with heena/amla shampoo. Herbal hair conditioner Amla, sandal wood bramhi. And other precious herbs Prevent hair loss & act as scalp deep cleanser. Herbal hair Oil Arnica, Heena, Shikakai and other herbal extracts Specially created to prevent hair loss & promote luxurious hair growth. Hair Amla Shampoo Extracts of amla dates arnica and rate herbal extracts For normal to dry hairs. Cleansing the scalp while retaining & Stimulating hair growth. HERBAL HAIR PREPARATIONS
  20. 20. HERBALS USED IN DENTIFRICE Definition. Dentifrice are the preparations intended for use with a toothbrush for the purpose of cleaning the accessible surfaces of teeth. They have been prepared in paste, powder and to a lesser extent in liquid and block form.
  21. 21. CONT… Formula: Dentifrices Soap powder Saccharin Amaranth (solution) Oil of cinnamon Oil of pappermint Oil of clove Alcohol Distilled water 7.2 parts 0.24 parts 1.0 parts 0.6 parts 0.6 parts 1.2 parts 90 parts 120 parts
  22. 22. CONT… Characteristics of dentifrices: It reduces the incidence of tooth decay. Helps to maintaining the gingivae. Reduces the intensity of mouth odors. Good dental health increases the possibility of good general health, leading secondary result of cleaning teeth.
  23. 23. ADVANTAGES: They do not provoke allergic reaction & do not have negative side effects. They are easily incorporated with skin and hair. With small quantity they are very effective as compared to synthetic cosmetics. Extracts of plant decreases the bulk property of cosmetics and gives appropriate pharmacological effects. Easily available & found in large variety & quantity. Easy to manufactures and chief in cost.
  24. 24. DISADVANTAGES: Herbal drugs have slower effects as compare to Allopathic dosage form. Also it requires long term therapy.  They are difficult to hide taste and odor. Most of the herbal drugs are not easily available. Manufacturing process are time consuming and complicated. No pharmacopoea defines any specific procedure or ingredients to be used in any of herbal cosmetics.
  25. 25. GUIDELINES FOR USINGHERBS Stop taking an herb if any side effect develops such as allergy, stomach upset, skin rash or headache. Purchase standardized herbal products. Herbal products are not recommended for: pregnant or lactating women infants or children under six years of age
  26. 26. EVALUTIONS OF THE FINISHED PRODUCT The finished product should be standardized in terms of  Shelf life  Color  Toxicity studies  Biological assay  Skin irritation test  Sensitization test  Patch test
  27. 27. STORAGE OF HERBS Herbs should be stored in cool and dry place. Moisture can damage the herbs. Also moisture promotes bacterial and fungal growth. Dried herbs should be stored in air tight container. Herbs should not be stored in direct sunlight.
  28. 28. CONCLUSION The usage of herbal cosmetics has been increased to many folds in personal care system and there is a great demand for the herbal cosmetics. The use of bioactive ingredients in cosmetics influence biological functions of skin and provide nutrients necessary for the healthy skin or hair. There is tremendous scope to launch numerous herbal cosmetics using appropriate bioactive ingredients with suitable fatty oil, essential oils, proteins and additives.
  29. 29. REFERENCES R.K. Nema, K.S.rathore and B.K.Dubey; “Text book of cosmetics” CBS Publishers & Distributors India, page no. 257-274. P.P.Sharma Manufacturing & “Cosmetics Formulations, Quality control” Vandana Publications Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, fourth edition, page no. 463,709,717. Dr.Kuchekar, Mr.Khadtare, Mr.Sachin Itkar; “Forensic Pharmacy” Nirali prakashan, page no.5.4- 5.5
  30. 30. Rajsekhar Saha International “Cosmeceuticals and herbal drugs: practical uses”, Journal Of Pharmaceutical Sciences And Research (ISSN: 0975- 8232), Vol. 3, Issue 1, (2012) Singhal Mukul*, Khanna Surabhi , Nasa Atul, “Cosmeceuticals For The Skin: An Overview”, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, (ISSN - 0974-2441), Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2011. J. Padma Preetha*, K. Karthika, “Cosmeceuticals – An Evolution”, International Journal of ChemTech Research, (ISSN : 0974-4290), Vol.1, No.4, pp 1217- 1223, Oct-Dec 2009.
  31. 31. CONT.. Ashish Aswal*, Mohini Kalra and Abhiram Rout, “Preparation and evaluation of Herbal cosmetic cream” Scholars Research Library
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