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  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • Cosmetics arise from a Greek word kosmeticos which means adorn. • If any material used for beautification or improvement of appearance is known as cosmetics. • In the last 3-4 decades the use of cosmetics has increased in among in females and males The cosmetics are external preparation are meant to be applied to external parts of the body . • In other words they may be applied to skin, hair and nails for the purpose of covering colouring, softening, cleansing , nourishing ,and protection. 3
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  5. 5. SKIN • Skin is the external barrier of the body, both physical and immunological • skin is the largest organ of the body, it constitutes about 16% of body weight • its total surface area is about 1.2-2.2 m2 • function: protection, sensory reception, excretion and thermoregulation 5
  7. 7. SKIN PHYSIOLOGY The skin is the outer most layer of the body. It is constituted of 2 layers : • Epidermis: Stratum corneum : It consist of epidermal cells lipophilic nature The membrane provides about 10 -15 layers of flattened keratinized dead cells It is 10 um when it is dry. But It can take up moisture up to 15 -20 % When occlusive dressing / cream applied over the skin prevent the evaporation of water It plays a role in controlling the percutaneous absorption of chemical substance 7
  8. 8. • Stratum lucidum: It is thin translucent layer . • Stratum granulosum : It is consist of keratin protein. • Stratum spinosum : It consist of flattened polygonal cells. • Stratum germinativum : It consist of melanocytes • Dermis: Dermis /corium It consist of dense network of structural protein fibres .It is about 0.2-0.3mm thickness It contains blood vessels,lymphatic vessels, nerve ending 8
  9. 9. Skin Functions • Sebaceous gland Oil is produced in the sebaceous gland , this production is stimulated by hormones. Oil flows into the hair follicle then onto the skin surface • Epidermis barrier – Waterproofs – Protect from UV • Dermis – Sweat glands – Blood vessels – Nerve endings 9
  10. 10. Some common disorders of skin • Hyper pigmentation: This disorder due to abnormal pigmentation or increased local synthesis of melanin in the epidermis . This can be further stimulated by exposure to UV radiation. • Hypopigmentation: This disorder due to less pigmentation of melanin . which is called as vitiligo. Acne( pimples)& prickly heat (miliaria) Malfunction of sebaceous gland and sweat gland Skin scaling is caused by dandruff and psoriasis 10
  11. 11. • Psoriasis: It is formation of scaly red patches particularly on the extensor surface of the body. • Dandruff : Flaking of s.corneum and mostly occurs on scalp due to microbial infection . • Effects of aging of the skin: Aging affects the character and function of the skin . cosmetics are used to partially repair , mask or overcome such changes Decrease in elasticity of the skin cause wrinkles due to less blood supply. 11
  13. 13. SKIN CREAM • Creams are semisolid emulsions containing mixture of oil and water. There consistency varies between liquids and solids. 13
  14. 14. 1.CLEANSING CREAM 14 They are used for the purpose of removing makeup, remove the dirt on the skin and to clean the secretion of skin form the face and neck respectively. PROPERTIES: They should be easy to apply. They should be spread easily on the skin. They should have a nice appealing appearance. They should not cause irritation to skin. They should not melt or liquefy when applied on to skin. They should form an emollient film on the skin. They should not make the skin dry. They should remove chemicals of facial make-up effectively. They should help in softening, lubricating and protecting skin apart form cleaning.
  15. 15. • How to apply? – They are applied on face and neck with the help of finger tips. Then the fingers are rotated upward on the skin for spreading purpose. Tissue paper or cotton wool is used to remove the residue of the cream. • Cleansing cream are of two types: – Bees wax-borax type/emulsified type. – Liquefying type 15
  16. 16. Bees wax-borax type/emulsified type • It is an oil-water type of emulsion, containing high percentage of mineral oil. This mineral oil helps in imparting cleansing property. 16 INGREDIENTS QTY Mineral oil(lubricant) 28g Isopropyle myristate(lubricant & emmollient) 14g Acetoglyceride(luster) 2.5g Petroleum jelly(lubricant) 7.5g beeswax(emollient) 15g Borax(buffer) 1g Water(vehicle) 32g Preservative q.S perfume q.s
  17. 17. Liquefying type • This type of creams consist of a mixture of oil and water which are translucent in nature. They are anhydrous creams with thixotropic character i.e. they liquefy when applied on the skin. 17 INGREDIENTS QTY Mineral oil(lubricant) 80g Petrolatum(protective agent) 15g Ozokerite wax(humectant) 5g Preservative q.S perfume q.S
  18. 18. 2.COLD CREAM 18 These type of creams are water-in-oil type of emulsions. They produce cooling sensation by the evaporation of water, after their application on to the skin, hence known as cold creams. They should possess emollient action and the layer left on the skin after application should be non-occlusive. INGREDIENTS QTY White beeswax(emollient) 20g Mineral oil(lubricant) 50g Distilled water(vehicle) 28.8g Borax(buffer) 0.7g Perfume 0.5g
  19. 19. VANISHING AND FOUNDATION CREAM 19 These creams are also referred to as “day cream” as they are applied during day time. These cream provide emollient as well as protective action to the skin against environmental condition by forming a semi-occlusive residual film. This film is neither greasy nor oily. 3.VANISHING CREAM They are oil in water type of emulsion. When applied on the surface of the skin, they spread as a thin oil less film which is not visible to naked eye. Hence, they are called vanishing creams. They are used to hold powder on the skin as well as to improve adhesion.
  20. 20. Properties: 1.It should have high melting point. 2. It should be pure white in color. 3. It should possess very little Odour. 20 INGREDIENTS QTY Stearic acid(lubricant) 17g Sodium carbonate 0.5g Potassium hydroxide(softening agent) 0.5g Glycerin(humectant) 6g Water(vehicle) 7g Alcohol(antiseptic) 4.5g Perfume 0.5g
  21. 21. 4.FOUNATION CREAM • Foundation creams vary widely in viscosity and are available in the form of pourable lotions to thicker creams. These creams are prepared by incorporating powders like titanium dioxide, kaolin, bentonite and pigments 21
  22. 22. Properties: 1.They provide emollient base or foundation to skin. They are applied before applying face powder or other make-up preparation. 2.They should be easily spread on the skin. 3.They should be non-greasy in nature. 4.They should be capable of leaving a non-occlusive film on skim after application. They are of two types: 1-Pigmented foundation creams. 2-Unpigmented foundation cream. 22
  23. 23. INGREDIENTS QTY Lanolin(emollient) 2g Cetyl alcohol 0.50g Stearic acid(lubricant) 10g Potassium hydroxide(softening agent) 0.40g Propylene glycol(humectant) 8g Water(vehicle) 79.10g Perfume q.s Preservative q.s 23
  24. 24. 5.HAND AND BODY CREAM Due to repeated exposure of skin to water, soap and detergents many times a day leads to removal of lipids and other secretions from the skin. Cold and dry winds are responsible for chapping of the skin. Chapping occurs due to loss of moisture from The skin, which is also associated with cracking. Water is sufficient to treat the dryness of the skin but evaporation of water takes place which makes the skin dry again and no emollient effect is produced. 24
  25. 25. Properties: 1.They should be easy to apply. 2.They helps in softening or imparting emollient effect to hands. 3.They should not leave behind sticky film after their application. 4.They should not interfere with perspiration of the skin as it may reduce its bio availability. 5.Perfume and color should be added in cream preparation for pleasant smell and appearance. 25
  26. 26. INGREDIENTS QTY Isoproply myristste(lubricant & emollient) 4g Mineral oil(lubricant) 2g Stearic acid(lubricant) 3g Emulsifying wax(emulsifier) 0.275g Lanolin(emollient) 2.5g Glycerin(humectant) 3g Triethanolamine(emulsifying agent) 1g Water(vehicle) 84.225g Perfume q.S Presevation q.s 26
  27. 27. 6.NIGHT AND MASSAGE CREAMS • Night cream are the preparation which are applied during night time and removed in the morning where as massage cream are the preparation which are gently applied and rubbed on the skin through massage technique. These creams exhibit moisturizing and emollient action and thus prevent dryness of skin. 27
  28. 28. • Why does skin becomes dry? when stratum corneum is exposed to low humidity, excessive loss of water takes place with attributes to dryness of skin. When the lower layer of epidermis does not hydrate properly. when the skin is in contact with soap or solution of detergent for long time. 28
  29. 29. Properties: 1.These creams are formulated with fatty substance which helps in their easy spreading on the skin. 2.These creams help in providing occlusive layer to the skin, which reduce the rate of water loss from the transepidermal layer. The occlusive layer is also responsible for providing moisturizing effect on the skin. 29
  30. 30. INGREDIENTS QTY Beeswax(emollient) 8g Mineral oil(lubricant) 15g Lanolin oil(emollient) 7.5g Isopropyl palmitate(emollient and thickening agent) 10g Acetylated glyceride(emulsifier and emollient) 2g Borax(buffer) 0.5g Water(vehicle) 35g Perfume q.s Preservative q.s Antioxidant q.s 30
  31. 31. 7.All-purposesport cream • These creams are used by sportspersons and also by people who do outdoor activities, hence called as sports creams. Properties: 1.They are oily in nature but non-greasy. 2.They provide protective film to the skin. 3.They make the rough surface of the skin smooth. 31
  32. 32. 4.When applied in more quantity: -Nourishing cream -protective cream -Night cream -Cleansing cream 5.When applied in less quantity: -Hand cream -Foundation cream 32
  33. 33. INGREDIENTS QTY WOOL ALCOHOL(EMMOLLIENT) 2.5g Microcrystalline wax(adhesive agent) 6g Mineral oil(lubricant) 21g Petroleum jelly(lubricant) 5g Glycerin(humectant) 5g Magnesium sulphate(protective layer) 0.7g water(vehicle) 59.8g Perfume q.s Preservative q.s Butylated hydroxyanisol(antioxidant) q.s 33
  34. 34. FILLING 34
  35. 35. PACKAGING 35
  36. 36. EVALUATION IN-VITRO METHODS: • Tensile strength tester :- For determining the tensile property of the excised stratum corneum of the skin. • Hargan’s gas bearing electro dynamometer(GBE) :- Helpful in determining and monitoring the viscoelastic behaviour of the skin. •Gravimetric analytical method:- Helps in establishing relationship between water content present in stratum corneum and relative humidity. • Thermal analytical method:- Various methods like DSC, TMA and TGA are used in order to provide information about the effect of temperature which cause changes in stratum corneum . • 36
  37. 37. IN-VIVO METHODS: 1) Transpirometry :-Helps in measuring trans epidermal water loss of the skin which helps in providing information on moisturizing potential. 2) Scanning electron microscopy :- Skin replicas are used in this method to know the effects of topical preparations on the skin condition i.e dry and rough skin. 3) Sensitivity test :-These test are performed in order to measure the irritancy, sensitization potential and phototoxicity of the skin. 37
  38. 38. POWDER • The main property of face powder is to impart smooth finish to the skin, masking of minor visible imperfection, masking of shine due to moisture or grease. • Powder are considered as one of the important products of skin care preparation. • The a widely used by both men and women 38
  39. 39. CHARACTERISTICS It should possess good covering powder in order to hide blemishes present on the skin. It should remain on the skin for a long period of time. It should be able to impart peach like appearance to the skin. It should possess good absorbent property. It should remove the shine present on the skin as well as around the nose. It should be able to produce transparency effect. 39
  40. 40. Properties: 1.It should not be hard in nature. 2.It should have less solubility in water and mixtures of fat. 3.It should be non-toxic in nature. 4.It should not be irritant to the skin. 5.It should be chemically stable. 40
  41. 41. 1.FACE POWDER 41 These powder have the ability to complement the skin colour by providing velvety finish to it PROPERTIES: 1. It should impart smooth finish to the skin. 2. It should mask minor imperfection on the skin. 3. It should last for a long period of time. 4. It should serve as a vehicle perfumes so that particles of perfumes may spread easily. 5. It should be resistant to the secretion of the skin. There are three type of face powder: -light -medium -heavy
  42. 42. INGREDIENTS LIGHT MEDIUM HARD Talc(slip character) 63g 39.7g 20g Kaolin(covering material) 20g 39.5g 20g Calcium carbonate(absorbent) 5g 5g 39g Zink oxide(covering material) 5g 7g 15g Zinc stearate(slip character) 5g 7g Magnesium carbonate(absorbent) 1g 1g 5g colour 0.5g 0.2g 0.5g perfume 0.5g 0.6g 0.5g 42
  43. 43. COMPACTS 43 • Loose powder or dry powder are compressed in form of cake along with binders by compaction process, in order to form compact powders. • Compact powder are applied with the help of powder puff. • The pressure is used for the compaction Process which is very important In this type of formulation.
  44. 44. PREPARATION OF COMPACT POWDER -Wet method -dry method -damp method 44 INGREDIENTS QTY Talc(slip char) 69g Kaolin(covering material) 18g Titanium dioxide 8g Zinc stearate(slip char) 5g Colour, perfume Q.s binder Q.s INGREDIENTS QTY Gum arabic(water soluble binder) 1g Glycerol(emulsion binder) 5g Water(vehicle) 94g preservative Qs
  45. 45. BODY POWDER/TALCUM POWDER/DUST POWDER These powder are widely used preparation for multiple purposes. They contain covering material, adhesives, absorbents, slip materials, antiseptics and perfume. Properties: 1.They should provide good slip character to the skin. 2. They should provide cooling and lubrication effect to the skin. 3. They should be able to prevent irritation of the skin, which is produced due to chaffing. 45
  46. 46. INGREDIENTS QTY Talc(slip char) 75g Colloidal kaolin(adhesive material) 10g Colloidal silica(binding agent) 5g Magnesium carbonate(absorbent) 5g Aluminum stearate 4g Boric acid(antiseptic) 0.3g perfume 0.7g 46
  47. 47. Evaluation tests • shade test- The variation of colour shade is determined and controlled • colour dispersion test- with the help of magnifying glass, segregation or bleeding of colour is observed. • Pay-off test- check the adhesive property of powder with the puff, mainly used for compact powder. • Flow property test- Measured by measuring the angle of repose. Mainly for body powder. • Particle size determination- with the help of microscope or seive analysis. • Abrasive character • Moisture content-can be determine by using this formula, Moisture content(%)= weight of water in sample X 5 weight of dry sample 47
  48. 48. SKIN COLOURENT 1.ROUGE Rouge are one of the form of skin colorants or beauty aid. They help in altering the appearance of the skin which in turn enhance attractiveness They are available in various shades of colours,texture and lustre. They should not damage the skin. 48
  49. 49. CHARACTERISTICS: 1.Smooth texture 2.Evenly distributed colour 3.Good covering power 4.Ease of application 5.Perfect blending on skin 6.Good adhesiveness 7.Ease of removal without residual stain 8.Well formed cake which will not flake, crack or crumble or be too hard. 49
  50. 50. Classification: • Powder and compact rouges • Anhydrous cream rouges • Emulsion rouges • Liquid rouges 50
  51. 51. Powder and compact rouges 51 • They are marketed in form of loose powders which contain pigments and lakes in dry form. The contain 5.20%ofthe powder mass used in the formulation INGREDIENTS QTY Zinc stearate(adhesive char) 8.3g Rice starch(absorbent material) 14,5g Talc(slip char) 55g Pigment 14g perfume 2g
  52. 52. Anhydrous cream rouges 52 • They are also known as wax-base rouges because the base used is of was type. They are similar to lipstick but are larger. • The melting point of which ranges between 40-60o c. INGREDIENTS QTY Beeswax(emollient) 16g Petroleum jelly(lubricant) 4g Castor oil(adhesive) 54g Paraffin oil(lubricant) 11g Lanolin(emollient) 5g Lakes(colour) 10g Perfume, pigment q.s
  53. 53. Emulsion rouges • They are one of the widely used popular preparations as they are easy to apply and are available in the form of cold cream or vanishing cream. 53
  54. 54. Liquid rouges • This type of preparation contain solution of hydro-alcoholic colour. 1-easy to apply. 2-produce good effect on skin. 3-dry quickly. 4-should not cause an harm to the skin. 54 INGREDIENTS QTY Erythrosine(colour) 0.5g Propylene glycol 20g Ethyl alcohol 10g Rose water 69.5g
  55. 55. EVALUATION • Melting point- It is determined by capillary tube method • Colour dispersion test- It is checked under microscope and no particle, above 50µ, should be there • Stability test- product is kept at over 40o c for a one month period noting the changes • Compatibility with container- Compatibility of the product with the plastic is to be checked. • Sedimentation rate test 55
  56. 56. 2.LIPSTICK 56 Lipstick may be defined as dispersion of the colouring matter In a base consisting of a suitable blend of oils, fats and waxes with suitable perfumes and flavors, moulded in form of sticks to impart attractive gloss and colour, when applied on lips. Lipstick provide moist appearance to lips accentuating them and disguising their defects.
  57. 57. Characteristics • It should efficiently cover lips with colour and impart a gloss which would last long. • It should show a smear proof colouring effect. • It should not be gritty. • It should dry easily. • The stick should not dry. • It should be safe and non irritating. • It should adhere firmly to the lip 57
  58. 58. evaluation • Melting point-The determination of melting point is done in order to determine the storage characteristics of the product. • Breaking point-To determine the strength and hardness of the lipstick. • Determination of thixotropic character-to determine the uniform viscosity of base. • Microbiological tests • Test for rancidity-:- Can be done by using hydrogen peroxide and determining its peroxide number. • Test for application force • Stability • Determination of surface characteristics • Determination of colour dispersion. 58
  59. 59. SUNBURN PRODUCTS • Exposure to sunrays produce both beneficial and harmful effects. Cosmetic products which prevent the skin from the deleterious effects of sun like sunburns and sun tan are collectively called sunburn products. 59
  60. 60. • Beneficial effects: – When exposed to a moderate period of time, it helps in stimulating of the blood circulation and formation of hemoglobin. – It also helps in the formation of vitamin D by activating 7-dehydrocholesterol. – Vit-D helps in absorption of calcium form intestine. 60
  62. 62. PROPERTIES • They provide protection to the skin in form of a layer. This layer helps in preventing sun rays reaching the skin either by absorbing or reflecting. • They help in filtering the sun rays. Tis is done by absorbing rays which have wave length range of 289mµ- 320mµ. UV rays and higher wavelength rays are allowed to reflect. • The products containing biological substances, histamines ect. prevent the symptoms of inflammation caused by sun rays. • The products containing dioxyacetone,8- methoxypsoralene(10-20mg internally)ect.,help in accelerating the process of tanning 62
  63. 63. CLASSIFICATION • Different type of sunburn product are: – Sunscreen product – Palliative product – Simulative/artificial suntan product SUNSCREEN PRODUCTS They are considered as one of the important preparation of cosmetics. They provide protection against sunburn . They also help in absorbing the portion of erythema on the skin caused by sun's radiant energy In winter high proportion of UV rays are reflected than summer. 63
  64. 64. Properties: •They should be able to absorbing light, which has wavelength in range 280-320mµ. •They should be stable in order to withstand heat, light and perspiration. •They should be non=toxic and neutral in nature. •They should not cause any irritation. 64
  65. 65. INGREDIENTS QTY Homomenthyl salicylate(protective agent) 8g Tween(emulsifying agent) 7.5g Mineral oil(lubricant) 2g Spermaceti 5g Glycerin(humectant) 5g Water(solvent) 72.5g Perfume,preservative q.Ss 65
  66. 66. PALLIATIVE PRODUCT These products help in treating irritation and other problem such as steam burn ect. PROPERTIES -They should be antiseptic in nature in order to treat bacterial infection, which is secondary effect of sunburn. -they should be aqueous solution or emulsions(o/w) -They should provide both protective and cooling effect. -They should be non-greasy and non-oily preparation 66
  67. 67. INGREDIENTS OTY Calamine(emollient) 15g Zinc oxide(covering material) 5g Camphor 1g Alcohol(antiseptic) 10g Glycerin(humectant) 10g Rose water(vehicle) 59g Methyl paraben q.s 67
  68. 68. SIMULATIVE/ARTIFICIAL SUNTAN PRODUCTS • These preparation help in producing suntan by staining the skin. They contain enhanced colour in order to prevent the damage caused by sunburns. • These preparation usually contain synthetic staining materials. • These preparation are done by two ways: 68
  69. 69. • Systemic suntan: These substance produce suntan by increasing the rate of pigmentation in the skin. Eg: psoralen, alkoxy psoralen,8-methoxy psoralen ect.8-methoxy psoralen is also available in tablet form i.e 10-20mg is taken orally which increases the rate of pigmentation within 2-4hrs after the skin has been exposed to sunlight. • Stain produced by chemical: Even chemical substance are capable of staining the skin and producing artificial suntan. These chemical produce a stain which is semi-permanent Eg; Dihydroxyacetone, juglone, lawsone, erythrulose, ect 69
  70. 70. INGREDIENTS QTY Dihydroxy acetone(staining agent) 4g Ethyl alcohol(antiseptic) 28g Sorbital syrup 3g Boric acid powder(antiseptic) 1g Methyl paraben 1g Allantoin(soothing agent) 0.3g Water(solvent) 60.7g perfume 2g 70
  71. 71. EVALUATION• Spectrophotometric evaluation :-To evaluate the u.v absorption ability of the sun screen lotion compounds. • Erythemal dosage :- To estimate the erythemally effective radiation, transmitted by suntan preparation. • In-vivo skin testing :- this is a direct test on animal skin particularly rabbit, the site used is either abdomen or backside, as these sites have minimum sensitivity. • Sunscreen index test. 71
  72. 72. M SKIN BLEACH CREAM 72 These impart colour to the skin, the most Important role is played by pigments, carotenes and melanins Most commonly used skin bleach agents are: -mercury compound(prohibited) -hydroquinones(conc-1.5-2.0%) -catechol and its derivatives(3%) -ascorbic acid and its derivatives(3%-5%) -oxidizing agent(not proved) -opaque covering agents(talc, kaolin, zinc oxide)
  73. 73. INGREDIENT QTY Hydrogen peroxide 8.0% EDTA 0.5% Hydrogen quinoline 0.1% Ethanol 3.0% Propylene glycol 5.0% Water To make 100% Preservative q.s 73
  74. 74. FACE PACK AND MASK They are used by women from early times. It may be in liquid form or paste form and are allowed to dry. PROPERTIES: -They should form a smooth paste and should have pleasant odour. -It should get dried quickly -Should be non-toxic to the skin. -Should remove dirt and oil. -Should be easily washable. 74
  75. 75. INGREDIENT QTY Paraffin wax 60.0% Microcrystalline wax 12.0% Mineral oil 22.0% Cetyl alcohol 4.0% Isopropyl alcohol 0.5% bentonite 1.5% 75
  76. 76. BATH PREPARATION • Bath preparation are formulated for different purposes. A bath preparation may serve severs or all the following purposes: • To give the user refreshing felling. • To soften hard water. • To impart pleasing effect to bath, by addition of colour and perfume. • To clean the body of dirt and colour. 76
  77. 77. BATH SALTS • There are two main type of bath salts; -those which primarily impart colour & perfume to the bath. -Those which soften hard water facilitating cleansing in addition to imparting colour and perfume to the bath. 77 Sodium chloride 97.5% perfume 2.5% colour q.s
  78. 78. BATH POWDER • Bath powder can be prepared either form sodium carbonate(dry) or sodium sesquicarbonate. A small amount of alkyl sulphate salt or borax can also be included in the formulation. 78 Sodium carbonate(dried) 90% Sodium alkyl sulphate 10% Perfume & colour q.s
  79. 79. FOAM BATH • Foam bath or bubble bath are the most popular bath preparations. The purpose of such preparation is to fill the bath tub with light and frothy lather. -The bubble bath should foam easily without requiring execssive water pressure. -Foam should be stable irrespective. -The product should not form a ring around the bath tub. -Should be non irritating. 79
  80. 80. Triethanolamine lauryl sulphate 35% Alkyloamide 3% Perfume 5% Water 100% Colour & preservative q.s 80
  81. 81. BATH OIL • Dry skin affects both young and old. Mild drying causes rough skin and its scaling. In old age cutaneous and subcutaneous layers becomes thin due to atrophic changes. • Sebaceous and sweat glands also slow down there by making the skin more dry and flaky. • Bath oil is classified into four main categories: – Floating orspreading type bath oil. – Dispersible type bath oil – Soluble type bath oil – Foaming type bath oil. 81
  82. 82. INGREDIENT QTY Isopropyl myristate 35% Mineral oil 35% Diethy phthalate 10% Perfume 20% colour q.s 82
  83. 83. CONCLUSION 83
  84. 84. SUMMARY 84
  85. 85. REFERENCES • Hand book on cosmetics by S.K Singh,pg-201-220. • Cosmetics-formulation, manufacturing & quality contral by PP Sharma, ed2005,pg-131-291. • Cosmetic technology bySanju nanda, Arun nanda, Roop k khar, ed-2011,pg-238-306. • A seminar on SKIN CARE PRODUCTS. By:- V arun M Gandhi(ppt) • A seminar by K.Senthil.(ppt). . 85
  86. 86. THANK YOU 86