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ISSN (Print): 2211-7385
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Mini-Review Article

Global Trends of Cosmeceutical in Nanotechnology: A Review

Author(s): Seema Rohilla*, Ankur Rohilla, Sonia Narwal, Harish Dureja and Deepak Prabhakar Bhagwat

Volume 11, Issue 5, 2023

Published on: 13 June, 2023

Page: [410 - 424] Pages: 15

DOI: 10.2174/2211738511666230508161611

Price: $65

Abstract

Nanotechnology suggests different innovative solutions to augment the worth of cosmetic products through the targeted delivery of content that manifests scientific innovation in research and development. Different nanosystems, like liposomes, niosomes, microemulsions, solid lipid nanoparticles, nanoform lipid carriers, nanoemulsions, and nanospheres, are employed in cosmetics. These nanosystems exhibit various innovative cosmetic functions, including site-specific targeting, controlled content release, more stability, improved skin penetration and enhanced entrapment efficiency of loaded compounds. Thus, cosmeceuticals are assumed as the highest-progressing fragment of the personal care industries that have progressed drastically over the years. In recent decades, cosmetic science has widened the origin of its application in different fields. Nanosystems in cosmetics are beneficial in treating different conditions like hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, dandruff, photoaging and hair damage. This review highlights the different nanosystems used in cosmetics for the targeted delivery of loaded content and commercially available formulations. Moreover, this review article has delineated different patented nanocosmetic formulation nanosystems and future aspects of nanocarriers in cosmetics.

Keywords: Nanotechnology, cosmetics, nanosystem, nanoparticles, cosmeceuticals, hyperpigmentation.

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