This research is about the possibility of oil extracted from calamansi peelings as preservative for hair oil. Many people especially girls use hair oil to prevent the tendency of having dry hair. In this study, we commonly use the extract of calamansi peelings which has pectin to preserve the fragrance of the coconut oil and which at the same time adds fragrance to the oil. And like other hair oils, it also moisturizes the scalp and promotes hair growth. It may not give too much trouble because the calamansi needed in this study is abundant in the Philippines. Calamansi peelings contain a preservative called pectin that is generally used in preserving jams and jellies. In this study it is commonly used that the extract of calamansi peelings which has pectin and preserves a pleasant scent of the coconut oil and which at the same time gives an additional fragrance to the oil. This study employs the importance of this experiment to the economy in our country.
This study also needs the coconut oil because it is rich in vitamin E. the researchers agreed to do this experiment to lessen the amount of people having dry scalps. Having dry scalps will sooner or later cause white flakes called dandruff. Dandruff causes people to scratch they’re scalps in which case many become vexed. This experiment will serve as a good purpose and have a mean to make it. And instead of having to buy one in a store and hoping that your favorite brand is not yet sold out, the materials in making this hair oil product are easy to find. Considering that it will strengthen your body and moisturize your hair and scalp.
B. Statement of the problem
This study will determine how the coconut oil and calamansi peelings can compete with the present hair oil sold commercially.
Most specifically, the researcher aims to:
1. Compare if the coconut oil and calamansi peelings have the same effects with the commercial hair oil. 2. Compare the cost of using coconut...