The development of cream-mask base composition for androgenetic alopecia prevention and treatment
Keywords:Androgenetic Alopecia, Emulsion Base, Cream Mask, Physical Processes, Biopharmaceutics
Aim. Androgenetic Alopecia (AA) treatment nowadays is still a difficult task of dermatology as the range of drugs that affect the pathological link of disease and are safe for prolonged use, is limited.
Methods and results. The purpose of the work was to study the optimal composition of the cream-mask base with Saw palmetto dry extract and the tincture of Sophora Japonica intended for prophylactic and therapeutic use in AA. The work presents a complex of physical, biopharmaceutical and microscopic research on the choice of the optimal cream-mask base.
Conclusion. It has been established that the best consumer and pharmaco-technological properties are characterized with the bases, to which a complex of emulsifiers MONTANOV 68 and NatureMulse or Olivem 1000 polymers; Carbopol (0,5%) and guar gum (1%) is introduced;
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