A REVIEW ON PLANT PRODUCTS AS MULTIPLE EFFECT ON OPHTHALMIC DERMATOLOGY

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Neha Patel
Ms. Foram Mehta
Dr. Pragnesh Patani

Keywords

herbal remedies, ophthalmic dermatology, periorbital hyperpigmentation, eyelid eczema, natural interventions

Abstract

Ophthalmic dermatology encompasses a diverse array of conditions affecting the delicate and sensitive skin around the eyes. The conventional management of such conditions often involves pharmaceutical interventions that may be associated with adverse effects. As an alternative approach, herbal remedies have gained attention for their potential multifaceted benefits in addressing various ophthalmic dermatological concerns. This review aims to consolidate current knowledge on the multiple effects of plant products used in the context of ophthalmic dermatology.


Through a comprehensive literature search, this review identifies and analyzes plants interventions that have shown promise in the management of conditions such as periorbital hyperpigmentation, eyelid eczema, dry skin around the eyes, and under-eye bags. The multifaceted effects of these plants include antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, moisturizing, and skin-lightening properties. Various bioactive compounds present in these plants, such as polyphenols, flavonoids, and essential oils, contribute to their therapeutic effects.


Furthermore, the review examines the safety and efficacy profiles of these plants  interventions, taking into consideration potential adverse reactions and interactions. The integration of traditional wisdom, empirical evidence, and modern scientific studies provides a holistic perspective on the utilization of plants in ophthalmic dermatology.


In conclusion, herbal interventions offer a promising avenue for individuals seeking a more natural and holistic approach to managing ophthalmic dermatological conditions. However, further research is warranted to elucidate the mechanisms of action, optimize formulation techniques, and validate the clinical efficacy of these plans. A collaborative effort between traditional herbal medicine practitioners and modern dermatologists could potentially lead to the development of evidence-based plants interventions that complement conventional therapeutic strategies for ophthalmic dermatology

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