OUR INGREDIENTS

OUR INGREDIENTS

Your skin (including your scalp) and hair are both porous, so it absorbs whatever you put on it. Studies show that the skin absorbs about 60% of what gets put on it. And wet hair can absorb water 3x its weight (this is why wet hair is so weak). We take that really seriously when picking the ingredients for our products. Our products are a mix of Ayurvedic herbs, plant oils and extracts, naturally derived preservatives and free of anything bad for you.

Amla

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin C (8x more than an orange), iron, antioxidants, and essential fatty

acids

What does it do:

Strengthens hair follicles. Brightens skin.

Ashwagandha

What's in it:

Adaptogen and antioxidants

What does it do:

Protects hair and skin from free radical damage. Stimulates the production of natural oils in the skin and circulation in the scalp. Helps manage stress.

Almond Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin E, antioxidants, omega 9 fatty acids, proteins, potassium, and zinc

What does it do:

Nourishes hair follicles and gives shine to hair. Emollient, fills in gaps in your hair at a cellular level, making hair smooth. Protects hair and skin from free radical damage.

Aloe Vera

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin A, vitamin B, vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin B12

What does it do:

Nourishes hair follicles. Stimulates the skin and removes dead skin cells.

Bhringraj

What's in it:

Rich in iron, vitamin E, magnesium, polypeptides, vitamin D, and protein.

What does it do:

Nourishes hair follicles. Antimicrobial and anti-fungal properties fight bacteria and fungus. Helps with muscle relaxation.

Castor Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin E, minerals, proteins, and omega 6 and 9 fatty acids, and ricinoleic acid, monounsaturated fatty acid

What does it do:

Acts as humectants and moisturizes. Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Helps increase circulation to the scalp and improves hair growth. Nourishes hair follicles. Balances scalp pH.

Coconut Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin E, lauric acid, and medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs)

What does it do:

Highest penetration of hair compared to any other oil. Reduces protein loss. Prevents damages with high penetration into hair. Anti-fungal and antibacterial.

Fennel

What's in it:

Rich in protein, flavonoid, and vitamin C

What does it do:

Help fight free radicals damage. Antibacterial properties.

Gotu Kola

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin B2, potassium, calcium, iron, phytonutrients, and triternene saponins

What does it do:

Helps keep skin tighter and firmer. Boosts the formation of collagen and skin tissue. Improves blood circulation.

Green Cardamom

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin C, antioxidants, and phytochemicals

What does it do:

Nourishes hair follicles and brightens skin. Improves blood circulation. Antibacterial properties.

Hibiscus

What's in it:

Rich in iron, vitamin B, vitamin C, riboflavin, and niacin

What does it do:

Stimulates thicker hair growth. Softens hair. Helps fight free radical damage.

Jasmine

What's in it:

Rich in enzaldehyde, benzoic acid, and benzyl benzoate

What does it do:

Cleans the scalp and helps clear buildup. Antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Studies show evidence in mood boosting.

Jojoba Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin E, copper, and zinc

What does it do:

Nourishes hair follicles and skin. Helps fight free radical damage. Maintains pH balance.

Kaolin

What's in it:

Minerals

What does it do:

Cleans scalp and skin. Removes grime, excess oil, dead skin cells, and product buildup. Improves blood circulation.

Kokum Butter

What's in it:

Rich in essential fatty acids, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, antioxidants, and polyunsaturated fat

What does it do:

Emollient, absorbed into the skin while promoting healthy skin cells. Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory. Helps repair damaged skin and scalp.

Licorice

What's in it:

Rich in coumarins, flavonoid, glycosides, and glycyrrhizic acid

What does it do:

Reduces inflammation. Brightens skin. Helps relieve eczema, skin rashes, dry scalp, and dry skin. Nourishes hair follicles. Anti-inflammatory and antiseptic.

Lemon

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin C, and citric acid

What does it do:

Helps absorb excess oils. Strengthens hair follicles. Antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Moringa

What's in it:

Rich in antioxidants, vitamin B, vitamin C, iron, riboflavin B2, vitamin A, magnesium

What does it do:

Helps fight against free radicals. Nourishes hair follicles. Helps boost keratin production. Moisturizes skin and repairs damage.

Neem

What's in it:

Rich in fatty acids (oleic acid and linoleic acid), limonoids, vitamin E, triglycerides, and antioxidants

What does it do:

Antibacterial, anti-fungal, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory. Regenerative properties that support healthy cell division and stimulate hair follicle growth and function. Maintains the pH balance of the scalp. Prevents dandruff formation. Nourishes scalp and hair. Restores the protective layer of skin.

Olive Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin E, antioxidants, fatty acids and squalene

What does it do:

Natural softening and moisturizing properties for the hair. Reduces oxidative damage and inflammation on the scalp and skin. Reduces irritation.

Peppermint

What's in it:

Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, minerals, and potassium

What does it do:

Antimicrobial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory. Boosts circulation better than almost any other natural ingredient.

Reetha

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K, and saponin

What does it do:

Natural cleanser. Antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Rice

What's in it:

Rich in monounsaturated fats, oleic acid, linoleic acid, and vitamin E.

What does it do:

Highest penetration of any oil into hair. Strengthens hair strands. Nourishes hair follicles. Keeps hair flexible and increase elasticity. Decreases hair breakage. Repairs skin and hair. Reduces inflammation.

Sesame Seed Oil

What's in it:

Rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin B1, calcium, copper, iron, zinc, and antioxidants (sesamin and sesamol)

What does it do:

Emollient, helps to soften your skin and make the hair strands smoother. Helps fight hair breakage. Helps to sooth and health the scalp and roots. Nourishes hair follicles. A 2010 study found that sesame oil helped to carry oxygen into the skin. Antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.

Shikakai

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, vitamin K, saponins, and antioxidants

What does it do:

Natural cleanser. Adds shine the hair. Nourishes hair follicle. Helps relieve itching and dryness. Balances oil production. Helps pH balance. Anti-fungal properties.

Soybean Oil

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin E, vitamin K, and omega 3 fatty acids

What does it do:

Helps fight free radicals. Lubricant, helps detangling hair strands. Helps reduce inflammation. Boosts blood circulation. Nourishes hair follicles.

Tamarind

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin B, vitamin C, carotenes, potassium, tartaric acid, magnesium, AHA (alpha hydroxyl acids)

What does it do:

Exfoliates skin. Helps fight free radical damage. Helps balance oil production.

Tea Tree Oil

What's in it:

Terpinen-4-o

What does it do:

Anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, antiseptic, and anti-fungal. Helps keep hair follicles unclogged and rid of dandruff.

Tulsi (Holy Basil)

What's in it:

Rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, zinc, iron, and chlorophyll

What does it do:

Helps fight free radical damage. Antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory. Cleanser for skin and scalp.

Turmeric

What's in it:

Rich in curcumin, vitamin C, folate, iron, and magnesium

What does it do:

Helps reduce inflammation. Brightens skin. Antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Helps fight free radical damage.

This information is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to be used to treat any health conditions. Medical advice should always come from your physician.