What Herbs Do We Use?

Amla Seed

Amla is a highly potent form of Vitamin C, and contains much more Vitamin C than is found in oranges. It increases the hair length, improves hair luster, strengthen hair roots, and prevents from hair fall. Moreover, Amla removes facial spots, treat acne, keeps your skin firm & prevents wrinkles as you grow.



Henna, used for centuries, is the finest natural remedy for hair growth and healthier scalp. As we know, henna is 100% chemical free from and natural herbal henna. It is helpful for hair yes, hair growth, treats dandruff, reduces hair fall, and avoids from graying hair. The presence of Henna contributes anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties which nourishes the scalp.



Brahmi is the most important remedial herb used in Ayurveda. It has healing properties which also acts as a tonic for brain and the nervous system when massaged onto the scalp. Brahmi coats the hair follicles with a layer of protection that provides luster and reduces the possibility of split ends. Therefore, it strengthens the hair and prevents from hair loss.



Bhringraj contains Vitamin E, which is known to promote hair growth, strengthen hair, prevent graying hair and dandruff.



Triphala, the name itself means three fruits and it is made by combining preparations of dried and powdered bibhitaki, haritaki and amalaki (Amla). It offers lustrous healthy hair and is highly purifying and stimulating to the scalp. Interestingly, triphala is often reported as effective at promoting hair growth.



Saffron is the most expensive spice in the world! The Crocus flower is native to Southwest Asia and some areas of Europe. Saffron contains carotenoid that is anti-oxidants which isbeneficial to body as it revitalizes your skin to get radiant and smooth skin. The presence of Saffron infuses antifungal content where it is effective for the treatment of acne, blemishes and blackheads.



Rich, efficacious Sandalwood is a boon for women looking to improve their skin health. Vitamin K in Sandalwood heals acne scars and kills acne-causing bacteria. Sandalwood offers anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiseptic, anti-aging, emollient, antispasmodic, astringent & cicatrizing properties. A concentrated blend of naturals oils in sandalwood clear skin complexion and add a healthy glow throughout the day.



Shikakai is a traditional Indian hair care product popular as a natural alternative to other cleansers and shampoos. Its a mild hair cleanser which softens your hair and adds subtle shine to them.Regular usage of shikakai, can prevent further skin infections and treat skin related diseases like dry skin. The presence of Shikakai restores pH balance of your scalp which cleanses hair without robbing its natural oils.



The tangy fruit, Tamarind is packed with Vitamin C, Enzyme, and VitaminB to remove dead skin layers effectively and bring out the fresh skin on the outer surface of skin. Specially formulated to make a skin-hydrating toner, enhance glow on your face, and get rid of dark circles around the neck. Tamarind effectively provides intense nourishment without stripping off natural hair oils, for your hair to grow naturally healthy and strong.



The presence of Vitamin C is the most prevalent vitamin in turmeric for collagen production, which is a building block of skin tissues. It also contains curcumin which is anti-inflammatory and eases sensitive skin. Our concentrated Turmeric thoroughly rejuvenates and enlightens the skin to give radiant effects. Beyond that, reduces the appearance of scars and boosts the skins natural moisture.



The dry, yet sweet and succulent dates are popular in the Middle East as they supply a steady dose of nutrients adequate for overall body health. They are rich sources of vitamin B and C and a wonder in soothing the skin and keeping it hydrated. Not only they boost skins collagen production, they also exfoliate dead skin cells.



Almond is considered as Brain food for the children in India. It is, however, a fact that it acts as brilliant moisturizer as it contains olein glyceride linoleic acid. Not only that, it prevents acne, blackheads, as well as arid and prickly skin due to its richness in zinc and Vitamin E.



Being one of the oldest vegetables, dating back to the 1600s, cabbage is an excellent source of vitamin K, vitamin C, and vitamin B6. It is also a very good source of manganese, dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin B1, folate and copper. All these nutrients provide excellent anti-aging solutions besides healing and improving skin complexion.


Rose Oil

Rose oil can be incredibly expensive as it takes tens of thousands of petals to produce one ounce of oil. Yet people are willing to spend a fortune as it offers numerous beauty benefits besides being famous for its sweet and romantic aroma. It balances the pH and moisture levels of the skin as well as promoting an even skin tone.


Poppy Seed

Poppy seeds act as a supply of your daily dose of minerals like iodine, manganese, zinc, magnesium and copper. Famous of its ability to treat Eczema and inflammation, they are also wonderful beauty aid and are often used as scrubs as they keep your skin clean, fresh and hydrated. Poppy seed is used as a condiment, baked in and/or sprinkled on pastries.


Mint Leaf

Loaded with innumerable benefits, Mint is used in various cleanser, toners and moisturizers. It is a rich source of vitamins A, C and B2 and also contains valuable minerals such as calcium, copper and magnesium which treats facial imperfections, exfoliates dead skin cells, and lightens the skin tone.



The holy Tulsi, also known as the queen of herbs, has been used in India for around 5000 years! Acclaimed for its healing properties, Tulsi is rich in vitamin C and contains eugenol which kills acne-causing bacteria. It keeps your epidermal layer cool and eases irritations thus promoting healthy scalp and skin.


Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is rich in protein and contains Vitamin E and lauric acid which are great for healthy hair and skin. Famous for its health benefits, coconut oil treats damaged hair, hair loss, dandruff. It also restores, protects, and hydrates the epidermal layer, leaving your skin smooth and healthy.



The decoction of Jatamansi root is often applied on the affected skin areas as it is an antiseptic used to treat skin conditions. It is regenerative especially for skin and hair. Rich in Carotene and Jatamansic acid, Jatamansi is provitamin A which nourishes scalp, promotes hair growth, and prevents dandruff.


Gingelly Oil (Sesame oil)

Gingelly oil (also called as sesame oil) from the nutrient-rich sesame seed is popular in alternative medicine, from traditional massages and treatments to the modern day. It is enriched with Vitamin E, B complex and minerals such as magnesium, calcium, phosphorus and protein which are vital nutrients for healthy hair and skin.


Kaffir Lime

Kaffir Lime or Citrus hystrix or Citrus amblycarpa is a type of lime native to Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia. Packed with Vitamin A & C, it is used in many bath products such as soaps and shampoos as the oil is a great cleanser and moisturizer, along with its rejuvenating fragrant.