FORMULATION, DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL POWDER SHAMPOO
Now a dayâ€™s synthetic chemicals are produces many harmful effects like irritation on skin, dryness, sometimes produce pimples etc. so thatâ€™s why we selected herbal products for making herbal powder shampoo. In the present research work herbal powder shampoo by using methi seeds is good ingredient for smoothing hair, Amla used for strengthening hair or thickness of hair etc. Present study deals with the formulation, development and evaluation of herbal powder shampoo that was successfully prepared and evaluation parameter of this formulation was passed. This formulation is cheapest and there are no side effects, it is easily apply on the hair.
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