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Potential herbal essential oils: Are they super natural skinprotector?

Volume No : (2022) Volume: 10 Issue : 46 Year : 2022 Page No: 19

Authors : Sagar N. Ande, Ravindra L. Bakal

Abstract :

Humans have a natural desire toseem younger and more appealing. They rely on a variety of skin care treatments,both herbal and chemical-based, to achieve this goal. Chemicals, on the otherhand, have a slew of negative side effects that beauty-conscious individualsfind unacceptable. As a result, herbal components are widely recommended sincethey are completely harmless. In this review article, scientific studies ofspecies are reported, which are rosehip seed, carrot seed, frankincense,geranium, lavender, neroli, myrrh, tea tree, rose, patchouli, ylang-ylang, salvia,sandalwood, pomegranate,turmeric, neem and Neral, germacrone, philanderer,geranial, citronellal, terpinolene, 1, 8 cineol, camphor, limonene,methyl-thujane, and carvacol are some of the essential oils used inaromatherapy that were the major chemical components of essential oils thatexhibited a percentage higher relative abundance, 20%. Most of the mentionedspecies, describe investigations of anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, andanti-proliferative activity shown by essential oils. In recent study, someresearches herbal essential oils are one of the best candidate due to its featuressuch as anti-inflammation, antioxidant, antiproliterative, activities as wellas anti-pigmentation activity and antifungal and antitumor, antimitoticactivity in human dermal fibroblasts, and skin epidermal cancer cells. Althoughessential oils are deemed safe and nontoxic when used in small amounts, researchevidence suggests that essential oils and their constituents have a highallergy potential. As a result, the research recommends the use of certainessential oils for skin care and the treatment of specific skin problems.

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