Contact: +91-9711224068
  • Printed Journal
  • Indexed Journal
  • Refereed Journal
  • Peer Reviewed Journal
International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Research

Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part A (2023)

Review on herbal shampoo


Patel jaini kiritkumar, Ronak Patel, Dr. Divykant Patel, Janki Patel and Het Solanki


Herbal Shampoo are probably the most widely used cosmetic products for cleansing Hairs and scalp in our daily life Herbal shampoos are the cosmetic preparations.
That with the use of traditional Ayurvedic herbs are meant for cleansing the hair and scalp just like the regular shampoo. They are used for removal of oils, dandruff, environmental pollutions etc.
Shampoo is a type of cosmetic mixture that uses herbs from plants as an alternative to the synthetic Shampoo available in the market. The herbal shampoo is important, as people today prefer herbal products than chemical ones for they proved to enhance. Shampoos are most probably used as cosmetics. Shampoos are most likely utilized as beautifying agents and are a viscous solution of detergents containing suitable additives preservatives and active ingredients. It is a harmless, chronic condition that occurs when scalp becomes dry or greasy and produces white flakes of dead skin that appear in hair or on shoulders. People most often think of it as anything that produces a flaky scalp. A good shampoo should almost form abundant foam irrespective of the type of water used or the nature of soil or fat to be removed from hair. Concept foam formation is not released to the Cleansing effect, but people psychologically always prefer a high foam product. Some good shampoos are found to have side effects like drying effect on the hair. This leaves the hair too dry to handle or Comb. Hence proper conditioning of the hair is also an important consideration.

Pages: 72-81  |  91 Views  29 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Patel jaini kiritkumar, Ronak Patel, Dr. Divykant Patel, Janki Patel and Het Solanki. Review on herbal shampoo. Int. J. Pharmacogn. Pharm. Res. 2023;5(1):72-81. DOI: 10.33545/26647168.2023.v5.i1a.58