Gulshan Kumar Mishra, Ritu Verma, Gaurav bhaduka, Rakesh Goyal
Herbal Soap, saponification, botanical extracts, synthetic, skin care
The aim of our study to develop the herbal hygienic soap by using cold process method and having antimicrobial agent. Herbal soap was prepared using coconut oil, castor oil, neem oil, lavender oil, rose oil, and NaOH (lye) and different extracts were included into basic saponification reaction. The herbal formulation was prepared and evaluated for the analysis of pH, moisture content, foaming index, foam retention time, saponification, TFM (total fatty matter) soluble matter, antimicrobial testing using different concentration of soap solution comparing with standard. The herbal soap has satisfactory antimicrobial results as compared to antibiotic. Moreover, oils used are added to treat various skin infection and for daily usage.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1

Page(s): 1058 - 1062
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