PriMera Scientific Medicine and Public Health (ISSN: 2833-5627)

Review Article

Volume 3 Issue 1

Herbal Hair Serum: Design, Development & Evaluation

Lata Saini, Arun Kumar*, Aaliya Naaz, Akram Ali, Pragati Saxena and Vijay Singh

June 28, 2023

DOI : 10.56831/PSMPH-03-073


The hair follicle is known to be the most important organ in the mammalian system, determining appearance, gender difference, providing severe temperature protection, and playing a part in self-defense. Many lifestyle-related changes, such as fatigue, anxiety, junk food consumption, and the use of various hairstyling/coloring methods, have caused serious hair loss difficulties in the younger generations. The thinning of one's hair In most situations, it is not transient, but it causes alopecia. Due to excessive anxiety and tension, many people suffering from hair loss seek different remedies, ranging from mythology to conventional and therapeutic healing to the use of minoxidil and finasteride. Hair root activation is necessary to improve hair development and prevent hair loss.

Keywords: Hair stimulant; Hair loss; serum


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