Guava extract soap investigatory
Nowadays, some people especially teen-agers are using anti pimple and facial products to remove pimple and dark spots but some found it ineffective and make their condition worse. Some people use the power of nature to remove it. They use calamansi, papaya, cucumbers just to remove it. Results are effective but it takes weeks for the facial problems to be removed. What they don’t know is that there are still some plants which will be effective in resolving facial problems. One is the poor man’s apple of the tropics, the guava, particularly its leaves.
It is found out to be a good solution for any skin problems so maybe, it can cure pimples and dark spots too. Another one is the pandan. In the Philippines, rice is cook along with pandan to enhance the flavor. What they don’t know is that this plant is very effective in curing wound and skin problems. If this two are effective enough to cure facial delinquent, then combining them will be more effective. The combination will be two times powerful than any of the two. B. Statement of the Problems
• Are my constituents for this facial cream effective? • Can the combination of guava leaves and pandan more effective than commercial brand? • If it is useful, how long will it take for the users to see complete results? C. Objectives General objective • To resolve facial problemss with simple and cheap materials Specific objectives • To recognize the medicinal capability of Pandan and guava leaves • To prove that there could actually be a natural cure in a facial cream • To cure even without too much expenses.
D. Significance of the Study This study would help people especially teen-agers resolve their problems which deals with their facial features. This study also aims to find an alternative material in removing dark spots and other facial delinquentssafely and in a less expensive way. E. Scope and Limitations This study extent up to trying the product to show its effectiveness and how the respondent user react on it. F. Review of related Literature Guava
Called guayaba in Spanish-speaking countries and goiaba in Brazil, guava is a common shade tree or shrub in door-yard gardens in the tropics. It provides shade while the guava fruits are eaten fresh and made into drinks, ice cream, and preserves. In the richness of the Amazon, guava fruits often grow well beyond the size of tennis balls on well-branched trees or shrubs reaching up to 20 m high. Cultivated varieties average about 10 meters in height and produce lemon-sized fruits.
The tree is easily identified by its distinctive thin, smooth, copper-colored bark that flakes off, showing a greenish layer beneath. Guava fruit today is considered minor in terms of commercial world trade but is widely grown in the tropics, enriching the diet of hundreds of millions of people in the tropics of the world. Guava has spread widely throughout the tropics because it thrives in a variety of soils, propagates easily, and bears fruit relatively quickly. The fruits contain numerous seeds that can produce a mature fruit-bearing plant within four years.
In the Amazon rainforest guava fruits are much enjoyed by birds and monkeys, which disperse guava seeds in their droppings and cause spontaneous clumps of guava trees to grow throughout the rainforest. Pandan Pandanusamaryllifolius is a tropical plant in the Pandanus (screwpine) genus, which is commonly known as pandan leaves and is used widely in Southeast Asian cooking as a flavoring. The plant is rare in the wild, but is widely cultivated. It is an upright, green plant with fan-shaped sprays of long, narrow, bladelike leaves and woody aerial roots.
The plant is sterile, flowers only very rarely, and is propagated by cuttings. The characteristic aroma of pandan is caused by the aroma compound 2-acetyl-1-pyrroline, which also gives white bread, jasmine rice and basmati rice (as well as bread flowers Vallarisglabra) their typical smell. Bottled pandan extract is also available in shops; it often contains green food coloring. The leaves also have a repellent effect on cockroaches. G. Review of Related Studies Guava Leaves Extract (Component in making soap) treatment for acne [Bathing Soap] Nowadays people are focusing in herbal plants especially those who are common in the environment. One of the example is the guava plant (Psidiumguajava Linn). Based on research this plant is good for healing and treating wounds and other skin infections. So in my research I wan’t to make a bathing soap out of it, cause I know that it is effective. People, researchers, scientists were focusing to medicinal plants. They want to prove that there are plants that are more effective against diseases especially in skin. This study refers to a plant that can be made into a bathing soap and improves its quality while using this plant (guava leaves).
I want people to handle easily in treating their skin disorders. Instead of boiling the leaves, now it’s easy to apply. Boiling takes much time. “Guava leaves extract as main ingredient in making Herbal Soap for washing wounds” Nowadays, people have using different herbal soap that are expensive and less effective. The researcher aims to make an effective and cheaper herbal soap. Like guava leaves , it contains both major antioxidant pigments, carotene and poly phenols giving them high dietary antioxidant value among plant foods.
Guava leaves has a benefits in making herbal soap because it has that properties that can make the skin look good and protects the skin. The researcher concludes that the guava leaves extract as main ingredient in making herbal soap for washing wounds is effective according to the respondents of the soap. Based on the number of days that they used the product, which is a proof that this herbal soap is effective. H. Definition of Terms Guava Is a plants in the Myrtle family (Myrtaceae) genus Psidium (meaning “pomegranate” in Latin), which contains about 100 species of tropical shrubs and small trees.
Pandan Also known as Fragrant Screw Pine. Its trunk bears plenty of prop roots. Its leaves spirals the branches, and crowds at the end. Its male inflorescence emits a fragrant smell, and grows in length for up to 0. 5 meters. Cream is a topical preparation usually for application to the skin Corn starch is starch that is ground from the white endosperm at the heart of a kernel of corn. It’s used as a thickening agent in cooking, a health-conscious alternative to talc, and the main ingredient in a biodegradable plastic.