Formulation and Evaluation of Poly-herbal Shampoo for the treatment of hair loss and dandruff
Vaishnavi Vishwas Patil, Avdhut jadhav, Akanksha Naik, Sneha patil, Rohit patil, Asif mulani
Poly-Herbal shampoo, Extraction of Herbal plants, Formulation, Evaluation
The purpose of the current study was to develop a pure herbal shampoo and assess and contrast its physicochemical features with those of shampoos that had already been commercialised. varied plant extracts from varied proportions were added to a 10% aqueous gelatin solution to create the herbal shampoo. Citric acid was used to change the pH, and a small amount of methyl paraben was added as a preservative. To ascertain the physicochemical qualities, a number of tests including visual inspection, pH, wetting time, percentage of solid content, foam volume, surface tension, detergency, and dirt dispersion were carried out. The intended herbal shampoo had a liquid consistency, was brown in colour, wetted out in two seconds, had 1.2g of solids, and had a surface tension score of 34.29N/m. The outcomes showed that the herbal shampoo formulation has good detergency. However, additional study and improvement are needed to enhance its quality and efficacy.
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Unique Paper ID: 160915

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 85 - 91
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