Akshay R Yadav, Indrayani D Raut, Rohan R Vakhariya
Colouring skin particularly skin of face or lips is an ancient practice going back to prehistoric period. In present days the use of such products has increased and choice of shades of colour, texture and luster have been changed and become wider. This can be observed from the fact that lipsticks are marketed in hundred of shades of colours to satisfy the demand of women. The present investigation was done to formulate herbal lipstick, since lipsticks are one of the key cosmetics to be used by the women. The present study was done to formulate herbal lipstick as they reduce the side effects caused by using synthetic dyes in lipstick formulation and to increase the usage of naturally available colors. To minimize those effects, herbal lipsticks were formulated and evaluated. Different parameters of herbal lipstick were compared with marketed formulation.
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