Formulation and Evaluation of Face Serum
Sanjana Sandesh Patil, Akshada Deshmukh , Dr .S .V .Patil, Prajakta Patil, Riya Patil, Pratiksha Patil, Shivtej Patil, Sayali Hogade
Face serum, Extraction of Herbal plants, Formulation, Evaluation.
In India as well as other parts of the world, herbal medicine has been extensively used for primary healthcare. The chrysanthemum flower is employed for its therapeutic and skin-care benefits in this. Major skin issues brought on by photo damage and ultraviolet rays include skin ageing, acne, and face wrinkles. There are currently no effective cosmetics to stave off acne and ageing skin. A face serum made of chrysanthemum, vitamin E, and glycerine is a highly concentrated cosmetic product. The ability of serum to reach the deeper layers of the skin is evident. Numerous vitamins, including vitamins B9, A, C, and E, as well as flavonoids, carotenoids, anthocyanins, folic acid, and essential oils are present in chrysanthemum flowers. Because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial qualities, chrysanthemum can lessen acne and skin inflammation.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 12

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