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Evaluation of a dermatological herbal hydrogel integrated with Ipomea pes-tigridis for anti acne activity

@inproceedings{Sandhya2013EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a dermatological herbal hydrogel integrated with Ipomea pes-tigridis for anti acne activity},
  author={S. Sandhya and E. Vidya Sravanthi},
  year={2013}
}
Plan: The objective of this research investigation was to formulate and evaluate herbal hydrogel incorporated with the extract of Ipomea pes-tigridis intended for anti acne activity. Methodology: The formulation was evaluated for various parameters like organoleptic characters, pH, skin irritation test by multiple compartment patch, microbial contamination, extrude ability, spread ability, drug content, diffusion studies using pig skin, accelerated stability studies, drug excipient interaction… 

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