About author : Prof. (Dr.) Divya Juyal, Dean, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shri Guru Ram Rai University, has 20 year of teaching experience in Pharmacy teaching, administration and research. After obtaining B. Pharm. Degree from College of Pharmacy (Delhi University) she completed her M Pharm. from Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi and PhD from Kumaun University Nainital. Her research and teaching efforts have focused on Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Herbal Drug Technology & Tissue Culture. She has published 04 patents and more than 30 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals, and participated in seminar, conferences and technical research sessions in various reputed Pharmacy/Medical institutions. With strong administrative experience she has contributed in establishment of many academic institutions. Dr Divya has visited many Pharmacy institute as subject expert, member of academic bodies, DST evaluator, motivator and as inspector of Pharmacy council of India. She is visiting expert/ consultant in Cotec Healthcare Pvt Ltd. (Herbal division) Roorkee Uttarakhand. She has guided 04 scholars for their Doctorate degree (Ph.D). She is also been professionally associated with scientific and academic bodies like Life member of the All India Pharmacy Teachers Association (APTI) & IPA. Dr. Suneel Kumar Niranjan is currently working as Assistant Professor in Institute of Pharmacy Bundelkhand University Jhansi. He has 17 years of Academic and Research experience. He is Member of Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India(APTI) He was recognized as Ph.D Supervisor under Bundelkhand University Jhansi. He has been a role model and mentor to M.Pharm /B.Pharm/D.Pharm students. He has Published more than 22 papers in National and International Journals. Dr.Suneel Kumar Niranjan areas of research interest are Natural products, Antibiotics, Pharmaceutics, Industrial Pharmacy, sustained release preapration and Transdermal gel and patches. He graduated in Pharmacy from Istitute of
About book : Introducing the book “Cosmetic Science" is something that fills me with an incredible amount of joy. The content of this book has been meticulously crafted to adhere to the curriculum for Bachelor of Pharmacy students that has been outlined by the Pharmacy Council of India. An effort has been made to investigate the topic using terminology that is as straightforward as possible in order to make it more simply digestible for pupils. The book has a number of illustrations, such as flowcharts and diagrams that make it simple for students to comprehend complex ideas. It is the author's honest desire that both students and academicians would take something helpful away from reading this book.