Clinical



Multi-functional Botanicals for Topical Applications

Part 4.1.5, Harry’s Cosmeticology (9th Edition), 2015; p. 675–78.
Any damage or deterioration in the appearance or function of the skin due to chronic exposure to the sun (i.e. UV exposure) is termed as photo damage or photo aging, and is different from the natural aging process... 

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A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, comparative study: The safety and efficacy of 0.25% tetrahydrocurcumin (tumeric) cream as depigment agent against 4% hydroquinone cream

Household and Personal Care TODAY. 2010;44–46.
Agents that are used to ‘lighten’ or ‘whiten’ the skin are known as depigmenting agents/ whitening agents or skin tone lighteners. In cosmetics, such agents are found to be effective against localized hyperpigmentation, age spots and sun damage, and also help to impart a lighter skin tone... 

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