National Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part B
Formulation and evaluation of herbal hair oil
Author(s): Melvin Sabu, Oleeviya Sojan, Prathibha C, Dr. Kavitha PN and Dr. Saraswathi CD
Abstract: Herbal formulations always have lesser or no side effects comparatively with synthetic. The aim of present study involves preparation of herbal hair oil using the herbal ingredients like, Amla, Hibiscus, Bhringaraj, Watermelon seed, Moringa, Curry leaves, Guava leaves, Papaya leaves, Methi, Mimosa Pudica and Spring onion. Based on the above observations, mixture of crude drugs was prepared in the form of herbal hair oil by boiling method. We have used two formulas using different herbal drugs and all the formulation are showing anti-hair fall property with some of other beneficial activities like anti-dandruff activity, improves blood circulation to the scalp and roots, reduce hair pigmentation, anti-fungal activity, reducing the whitening of the hair. The formulated herbal oil was evaluated by using various parameters such as Organoleptic properties, specific gravity, stability, viscosity, Acid value, pH etc. and the value obtained from it are found to be similar to that of the standard values like there is no sedimentation, no grittiness and shows satisfying organoleptic properties and the results were determined and are reported in this work.
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Melvin Sabu, Oleeviya Sojan, Prathibha C, Dr. Kavitha PN, Dr. Saraswathi CD. Formulation and evaluation of herbal hair oil. Nat J Pharm Sci 2021;1(2):94-97.