Formulation and Evaluation of Anti-fungal Poly-Herbal Soap
Anuja Sawalgi, Pooja S. Shah, Ketaki Phalke, Nikita Powar
Poly-herbal soap, Extraction of Herbal plants, Formulation, Evaluation.
In terms of medicine and commerce, herbal goods have gained relevance on a global scale. Despite a growth in consumption, industrialised and developing nations have severe concerns about the effectiveness, safety, and quality of these herbal medications. Pursuing the formulation and evaluation of a pure herbal formulation is the purpose of the current study. Lantana camara, Moringa Oleifera and Corn silk extracts were used to create the Anti-fungal poly-herbal soap, which was created using a transparent soap base. Physical assessment, pH, foaming ability, and foam stability were the physicochemical formulation parameters that were identified. In the end, it was determined that formulation F1, is the most promising one since it exhibits superior physicochemical properties like pH level is nearly identical to that of the skin and anti-fungal activity when compared to other formulations.
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Unique Paper ID: 160917

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2

Page(s): 92 - 97
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