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HIBISCUS - It is rich in amino acids, a prime building block of keratin
MANJISHTHA - is effective in controlling hair fall & greying of hair.
HEMPSEEDS - helps promote hair growth from the roots up, keeping your scalp healthy!
BABCHI - promotes hair growth, treats dry and itchy scalp, and reduces excess hair fall.
KALONJI OIL - is rich in antioxidants which help in re-growth. It is also known for reversing hair damage.
ASHWAGANDHA - helps combating free radicals from your scalp and hair follicles, thereby promoting healthy hair growth.
CURRY LEAFS - are rich in antioxidants. These antioxidants moisturize the scalp, and also remove dead hair follicles.
RED ONION - juice can provide extra sulfur to support strong and thick hair, thus preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth.
CAYENNE PEPPER - improve the glossiness and fullness of hair as well as promote hair growth.
SUN FLOWER OIL - is a rich source of oleic acid and linoleic acid, which are known to stop hair breakage, helping in hair to grow faster.
FENUGREEK SEEDS - are a rich source of iron and protein — two essential nutrients for hair growth.
TEA TREE EO - oil can help hair grow longer and thicker.
OLIVE OIL - strengthen hair follicle, increasing the life span of each hair.
PALM OIL - maintains the collagen that holds hair together, thus it reduces hair loss by promoting the growth of stronger, thicker, healthier hair while simultaneously slowing the appearance of graying hair.
Coffee has antimicrobial properties that protects the skin against germs. Also, substances like caffeic acid in coffee also help to promote healthy skin. Caffeic acid, an antioxidant, boosts collagen levels and reduce the premature aging of cells.
Lavender essential oil stands out for being a great skin cell regenerator. It is very used in treatments of acne, dehydrated and abused skin, as well as sensitive skin. This oil has anti- inflammatory effects.
Almond oil is an anti-inflammatory, it may help ease swelling of the skin. Improves complexion and skin tone. Due to its emollient properties, almond oil has the potential to improve both complexion and skin tone. Treats dry skin.
Aloe vera is widely used in many mainstream skincare and cosmetics' products. The plant is very skin-friendly and has a low risk of causing allergies, sensitivity or skin reactions, and it is also versatile. It is common in after-sun products, and in facial, hair and body care.
Hibiscus flowers can be used as a natural colorant in cosmetic applications.
Hibiscus flowers are used in skincare products to provide the skin with even tone and texture; it cleanses, soothes, and softens the skin. Hibiscus flowers are high in antioxidants and amino acids.
Coconut oil's emollient properties make it a popular choice for cosmetic products, used to moisturize and soften skin and hair. Coconut oil is said to be effective in treating dandruff, dry and itchy scalp, dull hair, and is used in many anti-aging skincare products.
Tea Tree Oil can heal skin issues, making it an excellent additive for personal
hygiene cosmetic products and toiletries such as bar soaps, face washes, body washes, shampoos, conditioners, deodorants, salves, moisturizers, massage oils, and nail conditioners.
Tulsi is great for the skin when used externally and when consumed. You can chew its leaves or boil it to make tea. Tulsi can be used to treat acne and scars, skin infections, lighten dark spots, and improve skin texture.
Activated charcoal draws bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of skin, helping you to achieve a flawless complexion and fight acne.
Natural blueberries are mixed into fresh cosmetics along with other natural ingredients. blueberry face masks for night treatments called, "skin food!" Along came skin crèmes, shampoos and scrubs.
Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, which is why it’s often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture.
Green Apple extracts tightens pores, removes impurities from skin and improves its texture; plus, the alcohol-free formulation leaves skin feeling taut and polished without the stinging effects.
Antioxidants from red wine offer an added skincare element to this makeup primer. It fills fine lines for smoothness as light-reflective pigments diffuse flaws to illuminate your complexion.
Turmeric is used as an active compound in skin care preparations because its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiaging activity. A mixture of soaked saffron strands and virgin coconut oil, or olive oil, and a bit of raw milk is an effective way to exfoliate and improve blood circulation face skin.
The antioxidants in neem are beneficial for reducing melanin production of your skin, which helps to even out your skin tone. It also reduces the dark spots, blemishes and any kind of redness on your skin.
Crushed walnut shells are used in manufacturing high-quality facial scrubs, exfoliants, soaps and creams. They are also used in the manufacturing of most branded skin care products.
Lemongrass is antibacterial and anti-fungal. It's very cleansing, makes a good skin toner to clean out pores. It's really good for washing your skin, hair as well as any natural home-care recipes.
Saffron is widely used in skin lightening cosmetic products. It is an ingredient for nourishing the skin. Saffron for face can be used by making a saffron face pack, face scrub and toner. Known to lighten skin, saffron is also used as an ingredient in many beauty products.
Honey's antioxidants, antiseptic and antibacterial properties make this ingredient a go-to for fighting acne. It'll open your pores and get rid of those pesky blackheads while
keeping your skin hydrated all day long.
Bananas are the secret to well-nourished skin. Rich in potassium and moisture, it will hydrate and moisturizes dry skin, making it soft and supple. Vitamin A in banana restores moisture smoothens out the rough texture of the skin and heals dry, parched skin.
Hydrogenated Apricot Kernel Oil may be used in the formulation of a wide variety of product types, including bath products, makeup, cleansing products, depilatories, hair conditioners, shampoos, perfumes, shaving products etc.
If you're prone to acne, using a soap made with olive oil may help decrease your acne by killing off the bacteria that causes the acne. Olive oil is also known to moisturize and hydrate your skin.
Due to its antioxidant activity, cucumber is a welcome addition to anti-aging
products. Cucumber contains fragrant components so it can be used to enhance the natural scent of a cosmetic product without issue.
Cacao comes the cocoa butter we add as an excellent emollient to soften your skin. Chocolate delivers a bounty of antioxidants and phytonutrients to and through your skin. Its scrumptiously scented creamy lather is anti-bacterial as well.
High concentrations of fatty acids and vitamins make shea butter an ideal cosmetic ingredient for softening skin. Shea butter also has anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Using shea butter on your body, especially your face, can condition, tone, and soothe your skin.
Sandalwood oil is used as a base note in fine fragrances and helps to fix the other essential oils, naturally enhancing the longevity of a perfume. It is also renowned in skincare products for its astringent, emollient and soothing qualities.
Vitamin C is traditionally applied to cosmetics preparations to regenerate and strengthen collagen, to balance the tone, to calm inflammation, to boost the complexion's natural radiance, to smooth the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines as well as other signs of aging.
Cedarwood oil has a pleasant balsamic and woody aroma with earthy undertones and is used extensively in perfumery. This ancient, antiseptic and astringent oil tones the skin, helps to balance sebum production and clear the skin and scalp.
Patchouli Essential Oil provides skin with many benefits such as a complexion that looks vibrant and feels healthy and smooth. It is used to slow the look of aging by tightening and toning the skin, thereby reducing the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes.
In cosmetics, Rosemary Antioxidant is an additive that enhances and preserves their freshness, especially that of the oils contained within them. Rosemary Antioxidant protects the body and skin from free radical damage.
Brahmi is also a wonderful treatment for our skin and hair. Improves the skin's melanin pigment, removes toxins, renews cells to brighten the skin and enhance complexion. Cures acne by treating acne prone skin effectively.
Amla reduces pigmentation or dark spots on skin and restores a natural glow on your face. The vitamins in gooseberry (Amla) will help to boost the production of collagen, which in turn helps to keep your skin smooth and young.
Orange Extract is recommendable to formulate a high range of cosmetic products such as antiaging, moisturizing or depigmenting cosmetic products and cosmetic products aimed at improving general blood circulation.
Milk contains retinol, a known anti-aging and skin-restoring antioxidant. Plus, milk's vitamin D is also an anti-aging vitamin thanks to its anti-inflammatory effects and protection from UV rays. The lactic acid in milk works to reduce skin pigmentation.
The antioxidants in seaweed can help prevent free radical damage to the skin and protect against skin aging. In addition, seaweed can moisturize and calm the skin. It is also good at combating acne.
Papaya has skin lightening properties that help clear blemishes and pigmentation. Also, the enzymes, and phytochemicals present in papaya help promote fairness. The enzyme papain acts as a powerful exfoliator and dissolves inactive proteins and dead skin cells. With its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties, a green tea face mask can help benefit your skin in a variety of ways. Not only can it protect your skin from premature aging, UV damage, redness, and irritation, but it also has the ability to fight off bacteria that can lead to acne breakouts.