School of Cosmetic Science

Dr.Naphatsorn Ditthawutthikul

Dr.Naphatsorn Ditthawutthikul

Lecturer in Beauty Technology Programme 

Tel: +66 (0) 5391 6836


Ph.D.  Phamacy, Chiang Mai University, Thailand    
B.Pharm. Phamacy, Chiang Mai University, Thailand   



  • Cosmetic formulation, utilization and evaluation

Chaikul, P., Sripisut, T., Chanpirom, S., Sathirachawan, K. and Ditthawutthikul, N. (2017). Melanogenesis Inhibitory and Antioxidant Effects of Camellia oleifera  Seed Oil. Advance Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 7(3):473-477.

Sirilun, S., Chaiyasut, C., Sivamaruthi, B.S., Peerajan, S., Kumar, N., Kesika, P. (2017). Phenethyl alcohol is an effective non-traditional preservative agent for cosmetic preparations. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical research, 10(8):129-133.

Kumar, N., Chaiyasut, C. (2017). Health promotion potential of vegetables cultivated in Northern Thailand: A preliminary screening on tannin and flavonoid contents, 5α-reductase inhibition, astringent activity and antioxidant activities. Journal of Evidence-Based Complimentary & Alternative Medicine. 22(4):573-579.

Sirilun, S., Sivamaruthi, B.S., Kumar, N., Kesika, P., Peerajan, S., Chaiyasut, C. (2016). Lactobacillus-fermented plant juice as a potential ingredient in cosmetics: formulation and assessment of natural mouthwash. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and clinical research, 9(Suppl. 3):52-56.

Buakrun, C., Kumar, N.* (2016). Coffee (Coffea arabica L.) beans wastes: extraction, evaluation and their application in cosmetics and beauty products. The 2nd  International Conference on Herbal and Traditional Medicine (HTM 2017). 25 – 27 January, 2017. pp.129-138.

Kumar, N., Chaiyasut, C. (2016). Study of nutricosmetic and cosmeceutical potential of    Siamese neem (Azadirachta indica A. Juss. var. siamensis Valeton) leaves extract. Thailand 20th world congress on clinical nutrition (WCCN). 14 – 16 December, 2016.