Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing and potentially beneficial field with tremendous suggestions for society, industry, medicines and cosmeceuticals. To leverage the novel properties of matter on a nanoscale, nanomaterial was condensed into various safe skin pieces. To know about this new innovation, to teach our own particular associates about it, and to play a dynamic role in assessing this innovation and setting arrangements and rules for its safe and productive use, is fundamental for dermatologists personally included with skin. As the cosmeceutical market is highly diversified, the growth of the cosmeceutical industry is growing day by day, with goods coming from large and small producers and local companies around the world. Nanotechnology reflects the main twenty-first century innovations, providing both science and industry excellence. The rapid spread and promotion of nanotechnology in cosmeceuticals has given rise to great technological and economic expectations but has also posed concerns about the potential risks to consumer health and safety. But cosmeceutical nanotechnology-based goods should be produced and marketed in a way that completely respects customer safety and the environment. Cosmeceuticals are now an important part of esthetic medicine and day by day the growth of cosmeceuticals is growing. The special product group gives patient access to cosmetics that contain beneficial active ingredients which can be used to improve the skin appearance. Cosmecuetic nanotechnology related products should be produced and marketed in a way that completely respects consumer safety and the environment. This review outlines the various nanocarrier which are used in cosmeceuticals, major classes of nanocosmeceuticals, safety requirements, characterization methods for safety assessment of nanoparticles in cosmetics and recent advances in the nanotechnology.
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Akshay R. Yadav, Shrinivas K. Mohite. Applications of Nanotechnology in Cosmeceuticals. Research J. Topical and Cosmetic Sci. 2020; 11(2):83-88. doi: 10.5958/2321-5844.2020.00015.1
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