Development of Skin Scrub Made from Sangyod Rice (Oryza sativa L.)

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Piyanuch Suwannarat
Mareede Yusoh
Aodi Whanmuang
Sirirat Sriraksa


The objective of this study was to develop a skin scrub from sangyod rice. The skin scrub was prepared from sangyod rice that had the best physical properties and consisted of 40%, 20%, 20%, 10% and 10% of sangyod rice, tamarind, salty, black sesame and dehydrated coconut, respectively. The test was conducted in 25 healthy volunteers by having them scrub with the product at the test site twice a week consecutively over a period of 8 weeks. Data were collected and then analyzed by using basic statistics to determine percentages, means, standard deviations, and to perform a paired t-test of hypothesis. The physical properties evaluation showed that the exfoliating product made from the best sangyod rice had a medium coarse texture, uneven dark brown color, mild scent of rice milk mixed with black sesame, no foreign matter, and a pH of 5. In all volunteers, after using the product, they had more significantly brightened and moisturized skin (p < 0.05), none had any skin irritation. Their satisfaction with the product was at high and highest levels and 72% of them were satisfied with the jar-packaging form.


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