Formulation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Powder Shampoo

Year : 2024 | Volume :01 | Issue : 01 | Page : –
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Meet P. Patil

  1. Student, Department of Pharmaceutics P.S.G.V.P. Mandal’s College of Pharmacy, Shahada Maharashtra India

Abstract

Shampoos are used for more than just cleaning hair, they also give hair a glossy finish and help keep it manageable and oily. There is a wide variety of shampoos available, such as antidandruff shampoo, lotion, solid gel, powder, liquid herbal, medical, and clear liquid shampoos. Concerning the herbal shampoos stability requirements. Depending on what’s in them, they might be antibacterial, antidandruff, or just a regular shampoo. Using conventional hair care medications, the herbal shampoo powder developed in this work was created. Reetha powder, Bhringraj powder, Brahmi powder, Black tea powder, Amla powder, Beheda powder, and Neem powder were used to construct the preparation, and their organoleptic qualities, powder characteristics, foam test, and physical evaluation were assessed. The prepared shampoo performed perfectly in the physicochemical examination. The current study’s outcome demonstrates that adding these medications active components to shampoo produces more stable, aesthetically pleasing goods. Shampoo pH has been demonstrated to be crucial for boosting hair’s natural properties, reducing eye irritation, and maintaining the scalp’s ecological balance. One of the current trends aimed at avoiding hair damage is the promotion of shampoos with a lower pH. To establish strong outcomes for usage and good results of the product, such results are estimated from a formulation.

Keywords: Herbal shampoo powder, Organoleptic properties, Formulation, Evaluation methods, Herbs

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Volume 01
Issue 01
Received May 10, 2024
Accepted May 18, 2024
Published May 29, 2024