FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ONION HAIR NOURISHING SHAMPOO
Shampoo is the most basic cosmetic used for hair, containing antimicrobial agent and other ingredient commonly used. The main function of shampoo is to clean the hair properly and reduce the dandruff. Â In present work we have formulated onion and eucalyptus oil herbal shampoo for the dry hair. The most common problem in people is related to the dry. Hence research was carried out on dry hair remedy. The formulation was evaluated for various parameters. The formulation of F2 batch shows best result of evaluation parameters as compare to the F1 and F3. The Formulation F2 showed good efficacy. The optimized batch formulation of F2 showed good microbial activity. The advantage of the this herbal shampoo is better nutrient and nourishment to hair follicles and to promote the hair growth and to overcome on dryness problem .The onionÂ used in this formulation as it promotes hair growth Â and the eucalyptus oil used for the antimicrobial activity for the preparation.
Keyword: onion, eucalyptus oil, herbal shampoo, nourishing property
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