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Shital Pawankumar Purohit*, Dr. Praveen S. Kawtikwar, Vivek R. Patre, Rounak R. Rathod


The purpose of this research work is to formulate and evaluate cosmeceutical containing Royal Jelly. According to World Health Organization (WHO) about 80% population of most developing countries still rely on traditional herbal medicines for their primary health care needs. Keeping the vision of more preference to natural and bee products, in this work the Royal jelly: a bee product has been chosen to formulate cream as it is a good source of flavonoids, proteins and has potential for antioxidant and sunscreen activity which can prove to be a better cosmeceutical i.e. cosmetic with medicinal properties. The cream was developed by incorporating Royal jelly powder into o/w emulsion based vanishing cream base. Preparation of cream of Royal jelly was challenging job because desired consistency and stability were the major factors of concern. Different types of formulations namely F1 to F4 were formulated by incorporating different concentrations of honey and preservatives. The evaluations of all formulations (F1 to F4) were done on different parameters like pH, spreadability, viscosity, total microbial count, stability, antioxidant activity, sunscreen activity etc. The study shows that both honey and preservatives were needed for its stability and after that all four prepared formulations were found to be stable while F4 have better antioxidant activity and sun protection factor (SPF) than other three (F1, F2, F3) formulations. Our study recommends cream of royal jelly for UV- rays protection (sunscreen activity) and in the management of skin aging as it shows better antioxidant activity.

Keywords: Royal Jelly cream, Antioxidant activity, Sun Protection Factor(SPF), Flavonoids.

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