Formulation, Evaluation and Comparison of the Polyherbal Shampoo with the Commercial Shampoos


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  • Divis Laboratories, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, 531163, India
  • Divi’s Laboratories Limited, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, 531163, India
  • GITAM Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, 530045, India

Abstract

The present study investigated the effect of Liquid Polyherbal shampoo prepared using herbal extracts with a prominence on safety and efficacy. Polyherbal shampoos prepared using the natural extracts like Pomegranate peel, Reetha, Amla & Hibiscus in different concentrations. Physico-chemical properties and its stability evaluated for manufactured Polyherbal shampoos. Statistical software used to optimize the formulations and to understand main & interaction effects on the shampoo properties along with comparison with commercial products. Prepared Liquid Polyherbal shampoos pH values are nearer to the skin pH. The shampoos containing higher level of Pomegranate content revealed higher detergency and anti-dandruff effect, Amla as well as Reetha showed significant effect on the foaming capacity and cleaning action and similar to commercial formulations. Higher quantity of Hibiscus concentration shown better conditioning behaviour. The manufactured shampoos were stable, unvarying, thicker and comparable as that of commercially marketed shampoos. Based on the Design expert statistical evaluation of results, liquid shampoo formulations containing 1%-3% w/w of Amla, 6%-10% w/w of Pomegranate, 10%-15% w/w Reetha and 11.25%–15% w/w of Hibiscus Polyherbal shampoos exhibited superior performance compared with marketed formulations. LS6, LS16, LS17 & LS20 preparations were identified as the greatest and optimum formulations based on physico-chemical related properties. The identified Polyherbal shampoos have an excellent cleansing, detergency, anti-dandruff effect, conditioning and foaming ability and is ideal for normal hair and has favourable pH with stable organoleptic features. Selected formulations stability results found satisfactory up to 6 months. 


Keywords

Amla, Hibiscus, Pomegranate, Polyherbal Shampoo, Reetha

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