Modern tendency of creating cosmetic preparations for the dry skin with the use ofapiculture products
The skin xerosis problem in cosmetology becomes more and more topical, as it grows each year which is caused by the environmental conditions and frequency of dermatological diseases.
The objective of the paper is to create cosmetic preparation which will influence the elimination of the skin xerosis problem, using standardized apiculture products substance – natural powdered honey.
The work implements common research methods: marketing, content-analysis, systematization and results generalization. The research materials were scholarly paper and electronic resources.
The review of aspects was conducted of the pathogenic mechanism and clinical picture of skin xerosis, the classification was considered according to the origin and aetiology. The body diseases were described leading to the skin xerosis, most of which are dermatological, and the principles of their treatment were considered.
The marketing research of the cosmetic preparations was conducted with regard to the producing countries, represented at the pharmaceutical market of Ukraine, applied during the skin xerosis. They amount to 45 registered foreign and national makes, out of which 9% make up national production. The advantage of cosmetic preparations in the form of crèmes (86%) was determined, namely produced by the foreign manufacturers.
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