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Malunggay (Morringa Olifera) Seed Extracts
as an Effective treatment for
Dandruff (Seborrhic Dermatitis)
Problems

This research proposal presented to
Mrs. Myrna H. Conol
Of Caraga Regional Science High School
San juan, Surigao City

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement
In the subject Advance Statistics

Harold V. Sol

INTRODUCTION

Dandruff (Seborrhic Dermatitis) is the shedding of dead skin cells from the scalp. Dandruff should not be confused with a simple dry scalp. As skin cells die a small amount of flaking is normal; about 487,000 cells/cm2 get released after detergent treatment. Some people however, experience an unusually large amount of flaking either chronically or as a result of several triggers, up to 800,000 cells/cm2 which can also be accompanied with redness and irritation. Most cases can be easily treated with specialized shampoos. However there is no true cure. Dandruff is a common scalp disorder affecting almost half of the population at the post pubertal age and of any sex and ethnicity. It often causes itching. It has been well established that the keratinocytes play a role in the expression and generation of immunological reactions during dandruff formation. The severity of dandruff may fluctuate with season as it worsens in the winter. In the Philippines it is the common problem during the hot and sunny seasons. The Children are the most victims of this disorder. The teenager’s also are affected in this situation. This affects the psychological emotion of most teenagers. It causes shame and shyness on teenagers having dandruff problems. Some shampoos trigger the flaking on the scalp because of the components added unto them. Some also treat the dandruff but may cause more production in flaking when stopped. Malunggay (Moringa Olifera), one of the most miraculous on herbal uses to treat ailment such as Diabetes etc, and as a microbacterial antiseptic on wounds and cuts and historically known as the “Miracle Tree” can...
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