Antioxidant activity and irritation test of peel off gel mask of ethanol extract of pedada fruit (Sonneratia caseolaris)
Gusti, Diah Riski
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Pedada (Sonneratia caseolaris) is a mangrove plant that lives in brackish waters and grows in many coastal areas, especially in Tanjung Jabung Timur, Province of Jambi. Pedada contains several bioactive compounds including flavonoids, luteolin, and luteolin 7-O-ß-glucoside potential to stop the chain reaction of free radical formation in the body. Pedada fruit can be used as a cosmetic product such a peel off gel mask. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of peel off as an antioxidant and to determine a peel off gel mask have good physical properties, stable during storage and to can to determine the irritation of peel off gel mask. The ethanol extract of fruits used in the formulation of peel off gel mask each with a concentration of 5% with different bases (PVA, Carbomer 940, PVA+PVP). The physical properties of peel off gel mask include: organoleptic test, homogeneity, pH measurement, viscosity, flow properties, dispersion, drying time, cycling test, hedonic test, irritation test and antioxidant effectiveness test. The descriptively produced data states that the peel off gel mask have better physical properties and more stable during storage is the formula 1 with PVA base with IC50 386,23 of potency has weak antioxidant activity.