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Nita Yadav, Rajesh Yadav, Murli Dhar Kharya


Lots of people occasionally have the urge to change or enhance their hair color, but are unwilling to use the harsh and, in some cases, potentially harmful hair dying chemicals found in most commercial dyes and color rinses. Just as men and women have done for thousands of years, you can change your basic hair color, put new highlights in your locks or naturally darken gray strands using natural hair colors. From ancient days, various plant materials like Henna, Indigo, Chamomile, Shoe flower, Madder, Aloe etc are used to dye grey hair to get natural black color. But instead of getting black color shades of red to copper color are obtained. A need was felt to formulate a dye containing only plant products which is safe for use and does not have the problems of staining skin during use and hypersensitive reactions. In the present investigation the formulations are developed using different combinations of Henna and Aloe along with other herbs.

Keywords: Henna, aloe, hair colorant, natural herbs.

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