Authors Mohammad Ali Taheri, Sara Torabi, Nasim Reihani , Farid Semsarha
Publication date Apr 17, 2022
Journal Journal of Cosmointel
Volume cover_issue_8_en_US Vol. 1 No. 7
Pages 26 to 35
Publisher Cosmointel Inc.


Self-organizing nanostructured lipid carriers (NLCs) that are nanoemulsions composed of a dispersed phase of a mixture of solid and liquid lipids have been used in drug delivery systems. Research on NLCs has shown that these carriers have advantages for drug treatments over conventional carriers, in-cluding increased solubility, stability, and shelf life and improved permeability and bioavailability. Also, self-assembly has attracted much research atten-tion because of its possible role at the beginning of life. Moreover, it is known that solar ultraviolet waves play two contradictory roles in the prebiotic and biotic atmosphere in the process of life initiating: The constructive role in providing primary energy for effective reactions in the formation of organic molecules and the destructive role in breaking of biomolecules formed in the ozone-depleted early atmosphere and full of disturbing waves. Considering the importance of self-organizing structures in the category of life initiation and drug delivery, as well as the significant effects of the Taheri Conscious-ness Field 1 on the structure and function of enzymes, biomimetic molecules, and biological cells that have been observed in several studies, this research aimed to study effects of Taheri Consciousness Field on UV irradiated hu-man hair keratin. According to the results of the present study, using Fara-darmani CF treated synthetic NLCs, a remarkable repair and improvement of UV-irradiated keratin protein have been achieved.

Keywords:lipid nanostructured carriers; UV irradiation; Self-organization; Taheri Consciousness Field; life initiation; Keratin

Citation: Taheri, M. A., Reihani, N., Torabi, S., & Semsarha, F. (2022). Evaluation of the Effect of Taheri Consciousness Field 1 on Nanostructured Lipid Carriers in the Treatment of UV-irradiated Human Hair Keratin. Journal of Cosmointel1(7), 26–35. Retrieved from