To Study formulation and evaluation of herbal hair oil
vyas G V, aarti rathod, Hatkar A D, Rawat S S, Jaybhaye S S, Phoke s V, Deshmukh PL
Hair oil, Hair growth, Amla, Hibiscus, Bringhraj, Aloe vera
Pharmacognosy is the branch of pharmacy that deals with herbs. This medicinal plants are utilized for preparing and manufacturing myriads of medicines. Beside this, herbs are used for beautification of body, preparation of cosmetics, flavouring and colouring agent. The main aim of present study involves preparation and evaluation of herbal hair oil by using fresh parts of various plants. In the present study herbal Hair oils were formulated. Loss of hair or alopecia is a universal problem that has been estimated to affect between 0.2 and 2% of the world’s population. It is therefore necessary to discover natural remedies of plant origin having hair growth promoting potential to replace the synthetic one for the treatment of alopecia. People in the tropical countries have effectively used coconut oil to promote hair growth and development as a traditional hair grooming practice. Hair oils are widely used by the consumer of the cosmetic industries. The hair oil samples comply for the requirements of color, odour, PH, Viscosity, Density, acid value etc. Present investigation was undertaken to standardize the selected herbal hair oils on physicochemical parameters and some standard. Excellent results were seen in formulation prepared by boiling method of oils preparation technique The prepared herbal hair oil are subjected to phytochemicals screening, general characterization, physical, chemicals testing. The herbal oil were prepared according to Indian pharmacopoeia standard. The formulation consists of the herb such as bulb of Amla, Hibiscus, Aloe vera, Jasmine, Fenugreek, Onion, Curry leaves, Black cumin, Almond oil, Til oil, Coconut oil,etc In addition, it is assessed for stability study In conclusion, the prepared herbal hair oil is utilized to promote hair growth, for supplementation of vitamins and minerals, preventing dandruff, split ends and alternative choice from hazardous chemicals.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

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