Nano cosmetics and Nanotechnology in Dermatology

Nanotechnologies have resulted in the development of a new generation of cosmetics with improved performance and characteristics. These nanomaterial are also employed in cosmetics that use a transdermal medication delivery mechanism. It is critical to evaluate the safety and toxicity of nanoparticle-containing cosmetics. The use of Nanotechnology in cosmetics distinguishes them from other goods in terms of quality.

Nanotechnology involves the creation of active nanoscale components for novel applications, highlighting advancements in the area that have increased the possibility for both intentional and inadvertent skin exposure. Nanoparticle skin diffusion as a result of inadvertent exposure is clearly important in terms of natural and health-related well-being and safety. Nanoparticles, on the other hand, must be able to penetrate the skin barrier, deliver their payload, and exit the body without causing hazardous side effects.


  • Polymeric Nano capsules
  • Lipid nanoparticles as carriers for cosmetic ingredients
  • Elastic liposomes and Druggable Targets for Skin Photoaging
  • Applications of Nanomedicine in wound Healing
  • Nano-Based Gene Therapy for Dermatological Diseases
  • Nanomedicine for Skin Cancers
  • Nanoparticles generated by ivy plants

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