Development Gel Product Containing Herbal Compress Extract with Antioxidant Activity

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Yamila Domea
Laddawan Choothong


The purposes of this research were as follows: (1) to study the antioxidant activity knowledge of the herbal; (2) to develop a gel formulation containing herbal compress extract; and (3) to study the physical properties and stability of the formula gel. This research was a research and development. The instrument for collecting data on herbs, the antioxidant activity by DPPH assay, the development of extracts from three gels, and the assessment of physical properties and stability. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and content analysis.

The research results were found as follows: 1) The data base and antioxidant activity test by DPPH assay of 10 types of herbal compress extracts, curcuma longa linn, zingiber cassumunar roxb, centella asiatica (Linn.) urban, curcuma aromatica salisb, daucus carota lin, glycyrrhiza glabra, pueraria candollei graham ex benth. var mirifica, hesperethusa crenulata (Roxb.) roem, phyllanthus emblica linn, and naringi crenulata (Roxb.) Nicolson, of which had antioxidant activity.

2) Development of extracts from three gel formulations, including physical evaluation. Use herbal compress extract 5.00 grams. The appearance of the gel has the following components. The texture of the gel is clear, light yellow, not pungent smell, medium viscosity, not sticky, absorbs quickly, and has a PH value of 5.

3) Evaluation of physical properties and stability under accelerated conditions, tested all 6 cycles, stable.

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Domea, Y. ., & Choothong, L. . (2021). Development Gel Product Containing Herbal Compress Extract with Antioxidant Activity. Journal of Arts Management, 5(3), 862–876. Retrieved from
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