Formulation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Shampoo
Kengar Manohar D.*, Vambhurkar Ganesh B., Gavade Akshata S., Jagtap Asha M., Raut Indrayani D.
Rajarambapu College of Pharmacy, Kasegaon, Dist – Sangli, Maharashtra, India – 415404
*Corresponding Author E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online published on 24 October, 2018.
Now a day peoples are interested in the hair care preparation like shampoos and hair conditioners. Shampoos are the products which are used for the removal of the dirt and surface grease from the hair shaft and scalp. There are numbers of synthetic shampoos in the market as compared to the herbal or natural shampoo, but synthetic shampoo has some harmful effect on the hair or scalp like dryness of hair and keratin loss. Now a day peoples are more aware about the side-effects each and every ingredient used in the formulation of shampoo or any of the cosmetic preparation. Hence due to this reason there is increase in demand for the natural ingredient containing formulation. From the results and discussion we were concluded that the formulation was better in all aspects when compared to the synthetic shampoos. The marketed shampoos have excessive detergents which can strip the hairs off from the scalp. The prepared herbal shampoo was having better detergency and even it maintained the shiny and oily appearance. Therefore the formulated herbal shampoo passed the entire test and hence can be a better substitute to the shampoos available in market.
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