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Herbal cosmeceuticals
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Cosmeceuticals are natural products whose ingredients have properties to rejuvenate and protect the skin from environmental pollution, chemicals, atmospheric temperature fluctuation, Ultraviolet A and B radiation, wrinkling, hyper pigmentation (excessive tanning) and inflammations (sunburn).

Ordinary cosmetics tend to cover up the flaws and imperfections of the skin, whereas cosmeceuticals work on improving the skin conditions in a natural way, replenishing the body with essentials. This concept has revolutionized the science of cosmetics by promising healthy ‚Äėflawless‚Ä?skin.

Herbal Cosmeceuticals

Botanical name

Common name

Active

Pharmacological activity

Application

Azadirachta indica

Neem

Bitters

Anti-microbial
Insect repellent
Anti-pediculosis

Medicated shampoos & oils

Aloe vera

Aloe

Bitters

Hair softener, moisturizer

Shampoos, hair oils, moisturizer creams

Boswellia serrata

Shallaki

Boswellic acids

Anti-inflammatory 
Astringent, Free Radical Scavenger 
UV Absorption

Sunscreen preparations,
Skin light creams

Camellia sinensis

Green tea

Tannins 
Triterpenoids

Cell Membrane Protection 
Free Radical Scavenger, Deodorant

Antiperspirant , antioxidant preparations

Centella asiatica

Mandukaparni

Triterpenes

Skin conditioning agent
Wound healing effects
Supports texture and integrity of skin

Skin creams

Coleus forskohlii

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Forskohlin

Antimicrobial, Anti Acne,
Perfumer

Anti-acne creams, antiperspirants

Eclipta alba

Bhringaraja

Bitters

Promotes hair color and lusture

Hair oils and shampoos

Emblica officinalis

Amla

Tannins

Astringent

Lotions, Shampoos

Glycyrrhiza glabra

Licorice

Flavonoids 
Triterpenoids
Glabridin

Anti-inflammatory 
Astringent, UV Absorption
Free Radical Scavenger 

Shampoo, Lotion, Sunscreen preparations

Ocimum sanctum

Tulsi

Ursolic acid

Anti-inflammatory 
Astringent, Anti-microbial 

Shampoo, lotions, hair oil

Rosemarinus officinalis

Rosemary

Ursolic acid

Antioxidant, Antimicrobial
Anti-inflammatory

Anti-dandruff shampoos, hair oils, lotions

Sapindus mukorossi

Ritha

Saponins

Surfactant, cleanser, Hair color enhancer

Hair oil, shampoos

Sapindus trifoliatus

Shikakai

Saponins

Surfactant

Shampoo


     
Aloe vera (Aloe) Family: Liliaceae
A coarse herb with short stem. Leaves are crowed with spiny margins. Mucilage of leaves is useful for X ray burns, dermatitis, cutaneous and disorders of skin. Drug from juice is tonic and is used in jaundice, ameneorrhoea, atonic and piles. Aloe Vera Gel has the remarkable ability to heal wounds, ulcer and burns. Sap is known to ease pain and reduce inflammation.
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Azadirachta indica Juss (Neem) Family: Meliaceae
A evergreen tree growing throughout India. Seeds are anti bacterial and anti viral. The oil is used in making Neem based soaps, shampoos and toothpaste. Uses in pest and disease control Both polar extracts and neem oil are of primary interest to research scientists as an insecticide. The active insecticidal ingredient, azadirachtin, is also effective against mites and other arthropods. It acts by breaking the insect's lifecycle. Neem is deemed very effective in the treatment of scabies. There is also anecdotal evidence of its effectiveness in treating infestations of head lice in humans.
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Camellia sinensis
The tannins interact with proteins and are astringent and also have antioxidant activity. One of the polyphenols in green tea - Epigallocatechin galate (EGCC) is thought to be 200 times more powerful than vitamin E for neutralizing free radicals. They can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause. Since free radicals can attack and damage the DNA of the cells, the antioxidant effect of green tea has a protective role to play as well, since it prevents free radical damage and possible skin tumors and cancers and can be used in confidence as an anti-aging ingredient in skin care preparations.

It has also been showed that the EGCC in green tea is effectively absorbed via the skin. Green tea is a potent anti-inflammatory agent thereby reducing inflammation in the skin, and most importantly having an inhibitory action on collagenase, which is a collagen-reducing enzyme that breaks down collagen. Since green tea helps to inhibit collagenase, the topical use of green tea helps to promote the health and quantity of collagen, thereby maintaining a firm and elastic skin.

The flavonoids and catechols in green tea provide astringent property. The Methylxanthines contained in green tea also stimulates skin microcirculation and therefore positively influence the tone and health of the skin.
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Boswellia serrata Roxb. (Salaiguggul) Family: Burseraceae
A medium to large-sized, deciduous, balsamiferous tree is commonly found in the dry forests from Punjab to West Bengal, and in peninsular India. The oleo-gum-resin yields triterpenic acids, chiefly is ß-boswellic acid, acetyl-ß-boswellic acid, acetyl-11-keto-ß-boswellic acid and 11-keto-ß-boswellic acid. Due to anti oxidant activity it is used in anti aging preparations. The anti-inflammatory property of the gum finds its application in topical applications.
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Centella asiatica Linn. (Mandukaparni) Family: Apiaceae
It is a prostate stoloniferous perennial herb native of India. The plant is used in treatment of leprosy and skin diseases (psoriasis, eczema).

Animal studies indicate the extract of Centella induced proliferation of granulation tissue and increased tensile strength when applied locally on wounds decreased the area of skin necrosis caused by burns. The plant purportedly reduced scarring and stimulated skin growth by acting on the production of collagen fibres by fibrobasts and resulted in a decrease in the inflammatory reaction and myofibroblast production. Asiaticoside, a major constituent of the herb, promoted wound-healing by reducing lipid peroxide levels in wounds while it increased enzymatic (superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase) and non-enzymatic (vitamin E and ascorbic acid) antioxidant levels.
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Coleus forskholii
It is effective in skin conditions as eczema and psoriasis. Useful in treatment allergic condition. The oil finds useful applications in flavor and fragrance preparations as well as in aromatherapy. Forskolin influences the 3,5‚Ä?cyclic ester of AMP generated from adenyl cyclase, hence the plant extract finds its application as treatment for psoriasis.
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Eclipta alba
It is one of the best known plants to induce hair growth and prevent balding. It is also good for premature graying. Application on the scalp in oil base regularly is beneficial in hair growth and imparts luster. External application of oil is known to heal injuries, relieve pain and inflammation.
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Emblica officinalis Gaertn. (Amla) Family: Euphorbiaceae
A deciduous tree common in Indian forests ascending to 4,500 feet on the hills. It is now being commonly cultivated. The fruit is the richest known natural source of vitamin C. Fruit bark and leaves are rich in tannins. Amla fruits are anabolic, anti-bacterial and resistance building. The aqueous extract of fruit has been reported to provide protection against radiation induced chromsomal damage in both pre and post irradition treatment. The tannoid principles of the fruits exhibit antioxidant activity in vitro and in vivo.
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Glycyrrhiza glabra
The roots contain the glycoside, glycyrrhizin which has a similar structure and activity as the adrenal steroids. It has an anti-inflammatory activity similar to cortisone and has been found useful for arthritis and allergies. The extract may be used as a potential non-specific immune stimulator as per the studies on the antioxidant, free radical-scavenging and immunostimulating activity of the roots. Glycyrrhiza glabra is used in herbal medicine for skin eruptions, including dermatitis, eczema, pruritus and cysts.
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Ocimum sanctum Linn. (Tulsi) Family: Lamiaceae
An annual herb. found throughout India ascending up to 1,800 m. in the Himalayas, and in Andaman and Nicobar Islands, commonly cultivated in gardens. The anti-inflammatory action involves cyclooxygenase inhibitory pathway. The antioxidant activity of extract finds its application in cosmetic preparations. It is used to treat mouth ulcers, acne and skin disorders.
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Rosemarinus officinalis Linn. (Rosemary) Family: Lamiaceae
The evergreen leaves of this shrubby herb are about 1 inch long, linear, revolute, dark green above and paler and glandular beneath, with an odour pungently aromatic and somewhat camphoraceous. The flowers are small and pale blue. The plant contains some tannic acid namely carnosic acid and rosmerinic acid, together with a resin and a bitter principle and a volatile oil. It is used as antioxidant and astringent in cosmetic applications. It oxidizes free radicals in anti-aging preparations to preventing premature aging. As an astringent it binds the organic tissue, reducing secretions or discharges of mucous and fluid from the body .
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Sapindus mukorossi
The fruits from Sapindus genus are commonly referred to as soap nut. Of the soap nuts Sapindus mukorossi tree have the highest saponin content. This is north Indian origin. Saponin is a natural detergent commonly used for cleaning among many other things. Soap nuts have been used medically as an expectorant, emetic, contraceptive, and for treatment of excessive salivation, epilepsy, psoriasis, head lice and migraines. Studies have shown that saponin from soap nuts inhibit tumor cell growth. Soap nuts are among common in Ayurvedic shampoos and cleansers. They are used in Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for eczema and psoriasis. Soap nuts have gentle insecticidal properties and are traditionally used for removing lice from the scalp.
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Sapindus trifoliatus
The soap nut tree grows in South India. They are antifungal and antibacterial. Soap nuts have long been used in the Western world for soap production, usually together with many chemical additives which are not necessary for the actual washing process and are damaging to the user as well as our environment. Soap nuts have become a very popular environmentally friendly alternative to these manufactured chemical detergents.
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Camellia sinensis
The tannins interact with proteins and are astringent and also have antioxidant activity. One of the polyphenols in green tea - Epigallocatechin galate (EGCC) is thought to be 200 times more powerful than vitamin E for neutralizing free radicals. They can neutralize free radicals and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause. Since free radicals can attack and damage the DNA of the cells, the antioxidant effect of green tea has a protective role to play as well, since it prevents free radical damage and possible skin tumors and cancers and can be used in confidence as an anti-aging ingredient in skin care preparations.

It has also been showed that the EGCC in green tea is effectively absorbed via the skin. Green tea is a potent anti-inflammatory agent thereby reducing inflammation in the skin, and most importantly having an inhibitory action on collagenase, which is a collagen-reducing enzyme that breaks down collagen. Since green tea helps to inhibit collagenase, the topical use of green tea helps to promote the health and quantity of collagen, thereby maintaining a firm and elastic skin.

The flavonoids and catechols in green tea provide astringent property. The Methylxanthines contained in green tea also stimulates skin microcirculation and therefore positively influence the tone and health of the skin.
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These claims have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to cure, mitigate, treat or prevent any disease."

 
 
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