Herbal face pack containing Coffea arabica Linn, Myristica Fragrans and Lens Culinaris as an antioxidant and antiseptic activity
Keywords:Face pack, Herbal, Cosmetic, Natural glow, Coffee Arabica, Red lentil, Myristica Fragrans
The goal of the project is to test and develop an herbal face pack that contains natural herbal compounds that act as antioxidants, antiseptics, and skin brighteners. Natural herbal components including coffee, multani mitti, arjuna powder, rice flour, gram flour, orange peel powder, nutmeg, milk powder, saffron, aloe vera gel. All natural components were sieved through #120 mesh, carefully weighed, and geometrically blended for a homogeneous formulation, and then tested for phytochemical, morphological, physical, stability, and irritancy, microbial as well as physicochemical properties. Herbal face masks or packs are used to revitalize muscles and improve blood circulation while maintaining healthy skin and eliminating pollutants from pores. All face pack formulations were determined to be good in physical criteria and clear of skin irritations, indicating that the face packs have good qualities, according to this report's results. To identify the practical aids of face packs for human consumption as cosmetic items, more optimization research are needed on this study.
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