Krushna K. Zambare, Swati B. Gonge, Geetanjali B. Shewale, Pranita S. Pawar
Krushna K. Zambare*1, Swati B. Gonge1, Geetanjali B. Shewale1, Pranita S. Pawar1
SBSPM’s B. Pharmacy College, Ambajogai – 431517. Dist. Beed., Maharashtra, India.
Volume - 10,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2019
Shampoo is a hair care product. Shampoos are used not only for cleansing of hair but also for control of hair fall, dandruff, frizz, or to prevent damage to excessive oily or dry scalp etc. The shampoo contains various ingredients such as cleansing agent, preservative, foaming agent, sometimes antifungal or antibacterial agent etc. It is reported that some of these agents like antifungal agents show side effects like irritation, loss of hair, itching, increased scaling, nausea, and headache. Hence it is necessary to formulate the shampoo with the minimal side effects. Therefore the present study is aimed at formulating the shampoo which is chemical free and instead contains the herbal extracts which can be the best alternative against the chemical based shampoos and also may show better safety and efficacy. The formulated shampoo contains the herbal extracts of Azadirachta indica, Zingiber officinale, Citrus limon, Parkinsonia aculeata, Emblica officinalis and Ocimum sanctum and other ingredients required for shampoo base. The formulation was then evaluated by several tests like visual inspection, pH, Percentage of solids contents, Dirt dispersion, viscosity, Foaming ability and foam stability, Surface tension etc.
Cite this article:
Krushna K. Zambare, Swati B. Gonge, Geetanjali B. Shewale, Pranita S. Pawar. Preparation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Shampoo. Research J. Topical and Cosmetic Sci. 10(2): July-Dec.2019 page 41-44. doi: 10.5958/2321-5844.2019.00009.8