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Antidandruff Herbal Cosmeceuticals: A Novel Approach

Tulsi oil and tea tree oil are among the herbal essential oils that provide antidandruff activity in hair-care products because of their antimicrobial action against Pityrosporum ovale and Candida albicans.

Octadecenedioic Acid for a More Even Skin Tone

Octadecenedioic acid, a new nature-derived ingredient made via biofermentation from oleic acid, has demonstrated efficacy in a variety of applications, including skin tonight, dandruff reduction and deodorancy.

Cryptotanshinone for Treating Acne Vulgaris

Tests of stability and toxicity and clinical evaluation of anti-acne activity suggest that cryptotanshinone, a constituent of the roots of Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge, is an effective active ingredient for acne vulgaris treatments.

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