Formulation and In-vivo Assessment of Topical Polyherbal Hair Serum to Promote Hair Growth

    Har Lal Singh, Madhulika Naidu
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    TLDR The polyherbal hair serum helped prevent hair loss and improved hair growth better than the usual treatment.
    The study developed a polyherbal hair serum containing extracts from five different plants and tested its effectiveness on male Wistar albino rats with testosterone-induced alopecia. The serum was found to prevent hair loss, increase the number of hair follicles in the growth phase, and improve hair texture, outperforming the conventional treatment, finasteride. The experiment involved six rats per group over a 21-day period, suggesting that the serum could be a promising treatment for androgenic alopecia.
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