"A topical preparation that is sold as a cosmetic but has performance characteristics that suggest pharmaceutical action" is referred to as cosmeceuticals. The field of cosmeceuticals has been growing almost rapidly, thanks to discoveries like alpha-hydroxy acids for exfoliation and skin rejuvenation, various topical vitamin C formulations, and an abundance of antioxidants, among others. The word "cosmeceutical," which described a new class of cosmetic products that offered effects beyond simple cosmetic enhancement but didn't meet the criteria for a drug or pharmaceutical, gained more traction as it became more appropriate.
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