Clinical review of deep cleansing apricot scrub: an herbal formulation
Author(s): Debbarma Dona*, Moharana P.K., Moharana P.K., Mishra Baidyanath, Mishra Baidyanath, Ramana Vivekananda, Ramana Vivekananda, Dimple W., Dimple W.
To remain healthy and of good appearance, the skin surface requires frequent cleansing to remove grime, sebum and other secretions, dead cells, crusts, applied make-ups, climate change, irregular life style. Use of chemical based topical applications extends fast deterioration of skin and their appendages. This requires immediate and suitable procedure which can not only extend benefits to the skin but also helpful in long run making youthful skin. Deep Cleansing Apricot scrub, a specialized polyherbal (multiple herbs) formulation, mainly composed of Prunus armeniaca, Azadirachta indica, Gycyrrhiza glabra and Cimelia sinensisextends a great benefit to skin care. The apricot scrub was evaluated by using the parameters such as deep cleansing of pores, soothing effect, skin glow and effect on acne. This is an open phase clinical study to evaluate the dermal safety and efficacy of the herbal formulation. Ten healthy volunteers participated in the clinical study using the herbal formulation for 15 days; no skin irritation was reported or observed. The results obtained were highly satisfactory.
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