Multi-herbal Shampoo Formulated With a Precise Combination of Natural Ingredients

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 31-36
By

Vaibhav G. Badgujar

Sachin R Gosavi

Darshan S. Bava

Prashant B. Mahale

  1. Student Ahinsa Institute of Pharmacy Maharashtra India
  2. Student Ahinsa Institute of Pharmacy Maharashtra India
  3. Student Ahinsa Institute of Pharmacy Maharashtra India
  4. Student Ahinsa Institute of Pharmacy Maharashtra India

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to develop a unique shampoo. In this study, our research led us to investigate the use of aloe vera, neem, Reetha fruit, rose oil and honey as key ingredients. Our ultimate goal is to create a shampoo that not only uses the power of the right ingredients but also provides great benefits to the hair and scalp. Shampoo, as we all know, is primarily formulated to care for our hair. It plays a crucial role in maintaining a clean and healthy scalp. Shampoo is generally considered a safe and effective product for hair care. The shampoo efficiently cleanses the hair and scalp by eliminating debris, pollutants, and extra oil. So, we decided to create a shampoo that not only cleans the hair, but also strengthens it, darkens it and supports its growth. It also effectively solves hair problems such as dandruff and offers a solution for those looking for healthy hair. The advantage of our herbal shampoo over other shampoos on the market is its ability to improve the appearance and texture of your hair. Regular use of the shampoo promises to give your hair shine, beautiful smoothness and a soft touch. These results are much more realistic than considering the possible effects of regular shampoos. Our shampoo is carefully formulated to not cause adverse hair loss, flaking, itching, irritation, nausea or headaches, unlike many other commercial products. Our research has revealed some positive results in terms of the many benefits of using shampoo. We are happy to continue our investigation based on the information we have gained so far. In doing this, we hope to bring many innovations to the field of natural hair care and offer consumers a safe, effective and reliable shampoo that they can use with confidence in their daily lives.

Keywords: Shampoo Nourishes hair, Moisturizes follicles, Reduces inflammation, Herbal Preparation, Hair care.

[This article belongs to Research & Reviews: A Journal of Pharmacognosy(rrjopc)]

How to cite this article: Vaibhav G. Badgujar, Sachin R Gosavi, Darshan S. Bava, Prashant B. Mahale. Multi-herbal Shampoo Formulated With a Precise Combination of Natural Ingredients. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Pharmacognosy. 2024; 11(01):31-36.
How to cite this URL: Vaibhav G. Badgujar, Sachin R Gosavi, Darshan S. Bava, Prashant B. Mahale. Multi-herbal Shampoo Formulated With a Precise Combination of Natural Ingredients. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Pharmacognosy. 2024; 11(01):31-36. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/rrjopc/article=2024/view=135155





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Volume 11
Issue 01
Received February 7, 2024
Accepted March 11, 2024
Published March 18, 2024