Hair before age is a common problem. When they are dyed, the chemical causes hair fall, fall and the rest of the hair to become prematurely white. Start it happens. Punjab University researchers took 100 people troubled by this problem Percent Natural hair color. The special thing is that it is prepared from a bacteria found in the soil, it has not shown any side effects..
Color created by isolating bacteria
Scientists from Punjab University’s Department of Microbiology have isolated the bacteria and prepared the color.. About seven The year From to Work Was going on and now the university has filed a patent. Prof. Naveen Gupta is the Inventor of ‘Chemical Free User Friendly Hair Dyeing Formulation’. With their Student Doctor Deepak Kumar, Rahul Vermuta and Co-Inventor are Prof. Prince Sharma.
This is how hair color was prepared
Prof Gupta said that when dyeing hair, there is a color and a developer. Both are used in chemical. The developer uses hydrogen peroxide and uses ammonia to keep the color in the hair Used it happens. Ammonia solution market In, but not yet of other things.
Hydrogen peroxide chemical in color requirement No
Pro. Gupta read research on a bacterium that it is alkaline. Slowly research in this area Start It was found out that the color made from this is to add hydrogen peroxide requirement Won’t last. Taking hair from the salon, they called it the laboratory In Telecom Regulatory Authority of India did. the laboratory At the level of, this color lasts for 15–20 times shampoo, while in the general environment, it will last up to 10 shampoos. The odds is.
Researcher did big work on water before this
Punjab University in top university after IIT in ranking National Institutional Ranking Framework place lives. Most in this type of ranking more numbers study Let’s meet. Another Private World Education According to ranking 2021, Punjab University is at number four in the country. Researcher Dr. Naveen Gupta has solved many problems of Chandigarh including the smell of water after the use of nadin and tertiary water in Sukhna Lake..