Fabrication and Evaluation of Herbal Hair Mask

Main Article Content

Chintan Aundhia
Dhruvi Rana
Ghanshyam Parmar
Chitrali Talele
Niyati Shah


Hair therapy treats dandruff, frizzy hair, and hair loss while also making hair healthy, bouncy, and glossy. Hair Therapy often starts with a mask and ends with a rinse, massage, and steam. Moreover, salon visits are expensive and chemical-based spa treatments only produce short-term improvements while having the potential to permanently harm the health of the hair. Synthetic chemical-based hair masks that are widely available on the market clog the pores of the scalp and render hair hydrophobic, which over time results in dry and brittle hair. So, in order to address the aforementioned issues, we seek to create a low-cost, self-applying herbal hair mask. The regular usage of this mask as a thorough hair repair and care regimen, particularly for dry and frizzy hair, is theorized. Olive oil and stearic acid served as the base for the hair mask. The study showed that the concentration of oil and alkali in hair masks affects their solid and dirt-dispersion properties. In light of the findings, it can be concluded that an affordable self-applicable hair mask can be created for thorough hair repair and hair care therapy, particularly for dry and frizzy hair.

Article Details

How to Cite
Chintan Aundhia, Dhruvi Rana, Ghanshyam Parmar, Chitrali Talele, & Niyati Shah. (2023). Fabrication and Evaluation of Herbal Hair Mask. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(2), 994–1006. Retrieved from https://www.jclmm.com/index.php/journal/article/view/1117


Reason P, Bradbury H. Handbook of action research: Concise paperback edition: Sage; 2005.

Bondarenko ZV, Emello GG. Component composition development of hair mask. 2013.

Aparicio R, Harwood J. Handbook of olive oil: Springer; 2013.

Ravindran PN, Kallupurackal JA. Black pepper. Handbook of herbs and spices: Elsevier; 2012. p. 86-115.

Jalal H, Pal MA, Ahmad SR, Rather M, Andrabi M, Hamdani S. Physico-chemical and functional properties of pomegranate peel and seed powder. J Pharm Innov. 2018;7:1127-31.

Nayak S, Nakhat P, Yeole P. Development and evaluation of cosmeceutical hair styling gels of ketoconazole. Indian journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 2005;67(2):231.

Hendrawati T, Nugrahani R, Utomo S, Ramadhan A, editors. Formulation process making of Aloe vera mask with variable percentage of Aloe vera gel extract. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering; 2018: IOP Publishing.

Kumagai J, Kembel L, Ewashko T, editors. Usability Review of Mask Extenders and Ear Savers. Congress of the International Ergonomics Association; 2021: Springer.

Baki G, Alexander KS. Introduction to cosmetic formulation and technology: John Wiley & Sons; 2015.


Gahlawat J, Sharma D, Thakur GS, Chobdar J, Sharma V. Formulation and evaluation of polyherbal liquid shampoo. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences EJBPS. 2019;6(7):149-54.