Cosmetics has its origin from the Greek word “kosm tikos” meaning which has the power, arranging property, skill in decorating. Herbal cosmetics have their origin from hunting, fighting, religion, and superstition. Herbal products have permissible cosmetic ingredients to provide cosmetic benefits, Herbal products have plant-based active ingredient alpha justify acid, retinoic acid, ascorbic acid, and coenzyme Q10.
Use of herbal cosmetics —– The herbal cosmetics increase skin elasticity, delay skin aging, reduce wrinkles, protection against UV rays, prevent degradation of collagen and have antioxidant properties.
Private label herbal products in India sells many products under their name. These products include personal care products, beverages, cosmetics, paper products, household cleaners, condiments, salad dressings, dairy items, and frozen foods.
Uses of herbal cosmetics —The herbal products have no side effects; they enrich the body with nutrients and minerals. They are widely used as a cleansing, beautifying agents. They promote attractiveness and sometimes alter their appearance. They make the skin more soft and supple. There are many cosmetic ingredients which are listed below:
Aloe vera — it is an ingenious mixture, used as an antibiotic, astringent and coagulation agent. They are used as a pain inhibitor. Removes sunburn, sun scratch and helpful in growing new tissues.
Amla—-it is obtained as a fruit of a tree. It is an edible fruit. It has vitamin c and precious oil. It removes hair problems and nourishes the scalp. The amla concoction cures eye syndromes, hair loss, and ailments in children.
Brahmi—It is commonly called reetha and obtained as a powder from the dried fruits of the plant. It is used as a face pack. It makes the hair shiny and mainly used as a beautification product. It cures the problem of dandruff and hair loss.
Multani mitti —– It is obtained in the form of powder and applied on the face to remove dryness, clear the clogged pores of the skin. The pack applied on skin removes pimples, restores the moisture on the skin.
Neem —-The leaves of this tree are used as health-restoring agents. The neem is used to remove skin infections, rashes, pimples. It is used as an immunity booster. It is used in syrups to cure acne as it purifies the blood. It maintains beautiful skin.
Coconut Oil—-it is obtained by crushing copra and dried kernels. The crushed part contains 60 to 65 percent of the oil. It contains glycerides, fatty acids. It is used as a skin moisturizer and skin softener.
Olive oil — Its main constituents are triolein, tripalmitin, tristearate. It is used as a skin and hair conditioner.
India’s private label product suppliers are the ones who buy herbal products from the manufacturers and sell them under their label. The restaurants, hotels use many products like tea bags, eatables, toiletry under their brand name. The condiments and frozen foods that are available in markets can be used by the hotel owners under their brand. They have to maintain the quality of the product and cannot afford to add or subtract any ingredient in the original product. They are few rules to be followed while putting a private label on a product.