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Abstract

FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF CREAM FROM NATURALLY CONTAINING PLANT EXTRACTS

Sk. Uddandu Saheb*, Aduri Prakash Reddy, K. Rajitha, B. Sravani, B. Vanitha

ABSTRACT

Aim: the aim of the present study is to formulate and evaluate of cream from naturally containing plant extracts prepared by using oil in water method. Methods: Different activities of aqueous and alcoholic extracts was assessed by oil in water type emulsion method. By discovering different types of formulations, such as oil in water, we were able to create several face creams respectively classified from C1 to C6, by incorporating different concentrations of stearic acid and acetyl alcohol. The evaluation of all formulations (C1 to C6) has been done by the analysis of different parameters like pH, viscosity, spread ability and stability. Results: An aqueous and alcoholic fraction analyzed from a sample of Natural remedies (plant extracts) showed a significant different activities. Among the six formulations (C1-C6) C3 and C6 showed good spread ability, good consistency, homogeneity, appearance, pH; there is no proof of a separation phase and ease of removal. Also the formulations C3 and C6 showed no redness or edema or erythema and irritation during irritancy studies. Conclusions: These formulations can be safely used on the skin. Hence, the study suggests that the composition of extract and the base of the cream C3 and C6 are more stable and safe.

Keywords: Cream, Plant extracts, Aqueous and alcoholic extracts, oil in water type emulsion, different formulations.


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