2018, Vol. 2 Issue 4, Part APages: 38-43
Natural source play an important role in the field of cosmetics
Dr. Md. Shahab Uddin, Dr. Md. Khairul Alam, Dr. Md. Abdul Mannan and Dr. Zannatun Nahar Nuri
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Herbal cosmetics include the natural source and their parts which are being used as maquillage purpose. Herbal cosmetics are one of the oldest types of cosmetics in human history. It is very popular and widely practiced all over the world. Herbal cosmetic also known as “natural cosmetics”. With the beginning of the civilization, mankind had the magnetic dip towards impressing others with their looks. In the present era, there were no fancy fairness creams or any cosmetic surgeries. The only thing they had was the knowledge of nature, compiled in the natural source. Ayurvedic (natural) cosmetics not only beautified the skin but acted as the shield against any kind of external affects for the body. With the science of herbal, several herbs and floras were used to make natural cosmetics that really worked. Natural cosmetics also known as the herbal cosmetics have the same estimable assets in the modern era as well. There is a wide gamut of the herbal cosmetics that are manufactured and commonly used for daily purposes. Herbal cosmetics like herbal face wash, herbal conditioner, herbal soaps, herbal shampoo, and many more are highly acclaimed by the masses. The best thing of the herbal cosmetics is that it is purely made by the herbs and shrubs. The natural content in the herbs does not have any side effects on the human body, instead enrich the body with nutrients and other useful minerals. Herbal cosmetics are comprised of floras like henna/mehedi, sandal (Chandan), rose, Holud, neem, saffron (Kesar) and many more that is augmented with healthy nutrient sand all the other necessary components.
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Dr. Md. Shahab Uddin, Dr. Md. Khairul Alam, Dr. Md. Abdul Mannan, Dr. Zannatun Nahar Nuri. Natural source play an important role in the field of cosmetics. Int J Unani Integ Med 2018;2(4):38-43.