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13/1/2017 SciLit | Article Mushroom

Cosmetics: The Present and Future


http://www.scilit.net/article/10.3390/cosmetics3030022 1/4
Mushroom Cosmetics: The
Present and Future
Yuanzheng Wu, MoonHee
Choi, Jishun Li, Hetong Yang, HyunJae
Shin
Published: 8 July 2016 by Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing
Institute in Cosmetics
Cosmetics, Volume 3; doi:10.3390/cosmetics3030022
Abstract: Mushrooms have been valued as a traditional source of
natural bioactive compounds for centuries and have recently been
exploited for potential components in the cosmetics industry.
Numerous mushrooms and their ingredients have been known to be
beneficial to the skin and hair. The representative ingredients are as
follows: phenolics, polyphenolics, terpenoids, selenium,
polysaccharides, vitamins, and volatile organic compounds. These
compounds show excellent antioxidant, antiaging,
antiwrinkle,
skin
whitening, and moisturizing effects, which make them ideal
candidates for cosmetics products. This review provides some
perspectives of mushrooms (and/or extracts) and their ingredients
presently used, or patented to be used, in both cosmeceuticals for
topical administration and nutricosmetics for oral administration. With
the small percentage of mushrooms presently identified and utilized,
more mushroom species will be discovered, verified, and cultivated
in the future, boosting the development of relevant industry.
Combining with progress in genomics, proteomics, metabolomics,
and systems pharmacology, mushrooms can find their way into
cosmetics with multiple approaches.
Keywords: mushrooms / cosmetics / cosmeceuticals / nutricosmetics /
antiaging
/ antioxidant / skin whitening / moisturizing / skin and hair
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