Formulation and evaluation of polyherbal hair gel formulation

Nilofar Khan, Prajwal Jadhav, Srushti Jagadale, Komal Kachare, Shravani Kamble, Shivani Gandhe, Rupali Yewale, Dr. Mohan Kale, Shubhangi Kshirsagar
2022 Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry  
Dandruff is a skin condition with symptoms includes flaking and sometimes mild itchiness cause to the scalp. They are many bacteria, fungus causing scalp infections which lead to further hair problems or skin issues. There is one of the common conditions candidiasis which is typically caused on the skin or mucus membrane caused by candida. Herbal extract of gauva leaves, amla and aloe found to be effective in treating Candidiasis. Guava leaves are rich in Vitamin B & C that helps in nourishing
more » ... air and also aids hair growth. Guava leaves shows antibacterial and antifungal activity on gram positive and gram negative bacteria. Vitamin C present in Amla which is 20 times more than that of orange; which prevents premature graying of hairs, it also providesluster to hairs and strengthen follicles. Gauva leaves extract was evaluated by Cup and plate method against the fungus C. albicans and bacteria S. aureus. Herbal Gel was formulated and evaluated by using Carbopol 934, triethanolamine etc. A polyherbal hair gel was found to be effective against candidiasis along with this it nourished the hair and prevent premature graying.
doi:10.22271/phyto.2022.v11.i1a.14318 fatcat:t7c7466dbjdwjngt7blflzadpu