SKIN AND HERBAL COSMETICS


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1 : SKIN AND HERBAL COSMETICS.   The concept of shringar /araaish (beautification) has been an integral part of Indian civilization. The philosophy of usage of cosmetics was directed not only towards developing a pleasant and acceptable personality but for achieving happiness in life. It appears that usage of modern cosmetics was practiced by ancient people with the help of natural sources available
2 : Skin is the mirror of the health Skin is external covering - most vulnerable organ Exposed to different environmental conditions. Reflects the inner state of health by its texture, tone and appearance. Great attention and care is required for maintaining the quality of the skin.
3 : Skin is the mirror of one’s individual health; skin is the clue to one's humoural constitution. Medically skin is a sensory organ that responds to reflexes and is a protective system that shields the entire living body. Apart from perceiving sensations such as cold, warm, heavy, light, rough, smooth, etc. skin is also an excretory agent for sweat. The senses of touch, pain, temperature, pressure are felt by it. The skin is subject to various problems, blemishes, infections, growths etc due to internal and external causes. If the skin is not cared properly and neglected it suffers from premature aging, various skin disorders, becomes dull and blemished
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