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International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B (2024)

Formulation and assessment of Lawsonia inermis-based natural herbal hair dye (Henna leaves)

Author(s):

Sonali R More, Vaibhav N Jadhav and Joshi MM

Abstract:

Herbal preparations such as herbal shampoos, tablets, tonics, pastes, and dyes have Herbal medicine is becoming increasingly popular among consumers as a means of treating a variety of ailments The natural occurrence of graying hair is ascribed to aging and frequent shampoo use, which has increased the need for synthetic dyes. The amount of hazardous chemicals used in the manufacturing process. One type of hair dye one of the oldest and most well-known cosmetics used by many ancient cultures for both men and women. Herbal hair dye is preferred due to its advantages over synthetic hair dye, which has negative effects on humans. Chemicals have a negative impact on one's health. The word "herbal" suggests safety. Traditional methods of hair dyeing involve use of chemicals that can be harmful to our health. They cause irritation, hair and skin breakage.
Discoloration. Herbal hair dyes offer numerous advantages over chemical hair dyes. Herbal hair dyes are preferred on a large scale, due to their number of advantages it exerts to overcome the negative effects of a chemical-based hair dye. Herbal plants are well-known for their efficacy and importance to human health. This herbal hair dye have important implications for our health. The current study's aim and objective is to develop a herbal hair dye. It is made with black tea, neem, curry leaves, hibiscus Rosa, indigo, and henna. The specimen is examined to determine its test for stability and open patch. These organic herbal hair dyes worked wonders as a hair colorant and are reasonably priced. Without experiencing any negative consequences. With a better coloring effect and more vibrant color, the prepared hair dye resembles natural hair color. Retention ability and environmentally friendly in contrast to commercially available hair dye formulas.

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International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science
How to cite this article:
Sonali R More, Vaibhav N Jadhav and Joshi MM. Formulation and assessment of Lawsonia inermis-based natural herbal hair dye (Henna leaves). Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 2024;6(1):149-155. DOI: 10.33545/26647222.2024.v6.i1b.115