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Organic Skin Care

As per available reports about 03 through its relevant journals, 05 Conferences, 15 Workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Organic Skin Care and about 16 articles are being published on Organic Skin Care.

Organic Skin Care is the care of the skin using naturally derived ingredients (such as herbs, roots, essential oils and flowers) combined with naturally occurring carrier agents, preservatives, surfactants, humectants and emulsifiers (everything from natural soap to oils to pure water). The classic definition of natural skin care is based on using botanically sourced ingredients currently existing in or formed by nature, without the use of synthetic chemicals, and manufactured in such a way to preserve the integrity of the ingredients.

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Scope and Importance:
Organic Skin Care Conference provides the scope for opportunities to learn progressed by international scientists and academicians. Organic Skin Care Conference offers excessive quality content to suit the diverse professional development to treat people all over the globe. It is a perfect platform to discuss the current discoveries and developments in the field of Organic Skin Care.

As a result of this definition, many people who use natural skin care products generally make their own products at home from naturally occurring ingredients. Many people use natural skin care recipes to make remedies to care for their skin at home. Many spas and skin care salons now focus on using more naturally derived skin care products.

Natural skin care has its roots in the 4th millennium BC in Egypt with natural skin care treatments for a variety of skin conditions. One such treatment consists of bullock's bile, whipped ostrich eggs, olive oil, dough and resin mixed with milk. the modern age many people with unique skin types and needs (sensitive skin, dry skin, oily skin) have turned to natural skin care solutions.

Some examples of natural skin care ingredients include jojoba, safflower oil, rose hip seed oil, shea butter, beeswax, witch hazel, aloe vera, tea tree oil, and chamomile. Many of these natural ingredient combinations can be tailored specifically to the individual's skin type or skin condition. There is, however, no actual definition of natural according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All ingredients are chemicals by definition. "Derived" ingredients are unnatural both according to the original substance and the method of derivation.

Ayurvedic skin care is derived from medicinal practices that began over 5,000 years ago in India. Ayurvedic medicine and healing practices are based on Indian philosophical, psychological, conventional, and medicinal understandings. Ayurvedic approach to skin care is holistic and considers the mind, body, and spirit together. Ayurvedas practices the belief that there are three basic principles or humors born out of five basic elements that exist in nature. These principles are known as Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. These principles are believed to work together in harmony to make up the entire body.

In Ayurvedic skin care there are seven different types of constitution that govern skin and hair types: Vata, Pitta, Kapha, Vata-Pitta, Vata-Kapha, Pitta-Kapha, or Vata-Pitta-Kapha. Most people fall into a combination of two of the three principles. Ayurveda advises to modify one's diet, exercise, lifestyle and supplements according to one's constitution of these three humors. Most of the skin care products contain the following herbs—aloe vera, almond, avocado, carrot, castor, clay, cocoa, coconut oil, cornmeal, cucumber, cutch tree, emu oil, ginkgo biloba, ginseng, grape seed oil, ground almond and wallnut shell, horse chestnut, witch hazel and honey.

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Relevant Societies and Associations:

  • Organic Consumers Association
  • Soil Association
  • Rich Soil Association
  • Africology
  • Always Eat Organic
  • American Herbal Products Association (AHPA)
  • Canadian Health Food Association
  • Center for Sustainable Living
  • Care2
  • Environmental Research Foundation
  • Minnesota Hospital Association
  • British Association of Dermatologists
  • Association for the Advancement of Wound Care
  • European Wound Management Association (EWMA)
  • DermNet NZ
  • Alzheimer's Society
  • American Diabetes Association
  • National Center for Biotechnology Information
  • Association of verrucous skin lesions and skin ulcers
  • Association of treatment of American cutaneous leishmaniasis
  • National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel
  • Association for the Advancement of Wound Care


  • Organics organic and natural online product shop
  • Camp Shane 
  • Alteya Organics
  • Big Organic Network
  • Danish Organic
  • Eat Well Guide
  • Elm Farm Research Centre
  • Beyond Organic Skincare
  • Essante Worldwide
  • Tissue Regenix
  • Cigna
  • United States National Library of Medicine
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • Clevelandclinic
  • Netdoctor
  • NHS Choices
  • Circular Foundation
  • The Natural Grocery Company
  • Regenerative medicine Company Avita Medical Ltd
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

List of Related Journals:

  • Journal of Allergy & Therapy
  • Journal of Clinical & Experimental Dermatology Research
  • Journal of Pigmentary Disorders
  • Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research
  • Dermatology Case Reports

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This page was last updated on February 7, 2023

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