Document Type: Review Article

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1 Department of Chemistry, University of Education, Lahore-Vehari Campus, VEHARI, Punjab, Pakistan

2 Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science & Technology, University of Education, Lahore-Vehari Campus, Vehari-61100, Punjab, Pakistan

Abstract

Women and men have been wearing cosmetics for centuries, although the styles have certainly undergone some dramatic changes over time. Cosmetics is a very vast field which has served humanity throughout the course of history.In old age, it was believed that there is no chemical product in the world that can be at all-natural. Industrialization has revolutionized the field.So, then nanotechnology is evolved and cosmetics become environmentally friendly. Different nanomaterial liposomes, solid lipid Nanoparticle, cubosomes, dendrimers etc. have advance properties for skin care. Nano emulsion is the most important part in this regard. They are widely used in gel, lotion, creams emulsions is replaced with vitamin A and its derivative for more efficient work. Sunscreen with inorganic material such as metal TiO2 and ZnO2 is better in skin care products. In this short review, some nanotechnology scope in cosmetics, in terms of dermatology and skin care products, has been significantly particularized.

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