Sanket Rathod, Ketaki Shinde, Namdeo Shinde, Nagesh Aloorkar
Sanket Rathod*, Ketaki Shinde, Namdeo Shinde, Nagesh Aloorkar
GES’s Satara College of Pharmacy, Degaon, Satara (M.S.) India 415004.
Volume - 12,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2021
New technologies are booming in personal care industry. Nowadays, Cosmeceuticals as well as Nanotechnology are the favorite areas of interest in cosmetic industries. Cosmetic industry are updating and improving rapidly by implementing new trends and technologies. The term Cosmeceuticals was first coined in 1984 by Albert Kligman. The word Cosmeceuticals is fusion of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. It means they possess combination of cosmetic and pharmaceutical properties. In simple words cosmecuticals are applied topically as cosmetics but as we know that they contain pharmaceutical properties too so they affect the skin's biological function. In last 2 to 3 decades cosmeceutical market is booming in the cosmetic as well as pharmaceutical industries. Every person wants to look beautiful and use of cosmeceuticals is the current trend to beautify your outer look. Now cosmeceuticals is considered as one of the fastest growing segment of the natural personal care industry. The use of cosmeceuticals has radically scaled in last decades. Some new advancement and technologies are entering in this cosmetic industries i.e. nanotechnology. Since last few decades, the nanotechnology has been acquired importance in numerous areas of science. Nano science has grown greatly, reason behind that is nanomaterials have extensive applications in material science, engineering, and medicine. Nanocosmetics are over taking the new cosmeceutical market. Nanocarriers are used to deliver cosmecutical ingredients topically. Hence this review tries to understand the basic information of cosmeceuticals, nanocosmeticsand some other related advancement in cosmetic industry. The difference between drug, cosmetics, cosmeceuticals, nanocosmetics, is also considered in this article. This paper also aims to highlight the beauty care industry and tries to comprehensive information of cosmeceuticals and nanotechnology used in cosmetic industry.
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Sanket Rathod, Ketaki Shinde, Namdeo Shinde, Nagesh Aloorkar. Cosmeceuticals and Nanotechnology in Beauty Care Products. Research Journal of Topical and Cosmetic Sciences. 2021; 12(2):93-1. doi: 10.52711/2321-5844.2021.00013
Sanket Rathod, Ketaki Shinde, Namdeo Shinde, Nagesh Aloorkar. Cosmeceuticals and Nanotechnology in Beauty Care Products. Research Journal of Topical and Cosmetic Sciences. 2021; 12(2):93-1. doi: 10.52711/2321-5844.2021.00013 Available on: https://rjtcsonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2021-12-2-4
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