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Shubham Jadhav , Matoshri Institute of Pharmacy, Dhanore, Yeola, India


This study presents the formulation and comprehensive evaluation of an herbal skin cream designed to enhance wound healing activity. The cream was meticulously formulated using a blend of herbal extracts known for their wound healing properties. The evaluation encompassed various parameters, including physicochemical characteristics, stability, antimicrobial efficacy, and in vitro wound healing potential. The cream exhibited desirable physicochemical properties and remained stable over the study period. Antimicrobial testing demonstrated its effectiveness against common wound pathogens. In vitro wound healing assays revealed the cream's ability to promote cell proliferation and migration, thus highlighting its potential as a therapeutic option for wound management. This research contributes to the development of herbal-based interventions for wound healing, bridging traditional knowledge with modern scientific evaluation.



Herbal skin cream, wound healing, formulation


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Shubham Jadhav. (2023). HERBAL SKIN CREAM FORMULATION AND ASSESSMENT FOR ENHANCED WOUND HEALING ACTIVITY. Frontline Medical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Journal, 3(09), 01–07.