Preparation of Strong Antidandruff Shampoo Using Medicinal Plant Extracts: A Clinical Trial and Chronic Dandruff Treatment

  title={Preparation of Strong Antidandruff Shampoo Using Medicinal Plant Extracts: A Clinical Trial and Chronic Dandruff Treatment},
  author={Masoud Sahraie-Rad and Azadeh Izadyari and Saharnaz Rakizadeh and Javad Sharifi‐Rad},
  journal={Jundishapur Journal of Natural Pharmaceutical Products},
Background: Nowadays more than half of the populations in the world are suffering from dandruff. [] Key Method Patients and Methods: In this study, the combination of Punica granatum L, Rosmarinus officinalis L, Matricaria chamomilla L, Urtica dioica L, Mentha piperita L., and Salvia officinalis L. methanolic extracts with Pirocton Olamine and Zinc-PCA in the shampoo form were tested on 30 patients with dandruff on hair within a period of two months.

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