Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera has anti-fungal, anti-viral, and cell
regenerative properties. It also has strong
soothing, hydrating, and moisture-retaining
properties. It also retains the skin’s lost moisture and
restores its radiance. Along with reducing visible
wrinkles and fine lines on the face.


Hyaluronic Acid

Its key benefit is hydration and an unbelievable ability
to retain moisture. Hyaluronic acid attracts and holds
on to moisture in skin cells, allowing the skin to feel
more hydrated and plumper. It can draw and hold
water, and can also be used as a humectant in your
skincare regimen.

Rose Water

Rosewater traps moisture in your skin, making your
skin look smoother and softer. The fresh scent helps
relax the nervous system while the rose water’s
antiseptic properties help restore your skin’s pH levels.


Chamomile has anti-inflammatory and calming
properties and is a powerhouse of antioxidants.
It treats an active acne breakout, reducing bacteria
and cleansing the skin, whilst also preventing future
breakouts. It helps in fading under-eye darkness and
fairly reducing the puffiness around the eyes.

Bamboo Extract

Bamboo extract contains antioxidants that help fight
free radicals which cause premature wrinkles. It
further strengthens skin from acne by strengthening
and restoring the outer layer of the skin.

Green Tea Extract

Green tea extract help with acne and help your skin
look younger. It also brightens the skin and gives it
a glowing and rejuvenated appearance.

3-o-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid

Ethyl Ascorbic acid is a very potent form of skin
brightening element, Vitamin C, and is the most
stable form of it. It is also loaded with antioxidants
that are known to make your skin radiant and
youthful. It helps to destroy the free radicles and enhance
tissue repair and collagen synthesis for healthy skin.
It enhances immunity, protection against cancer, and
is great for the skin.


Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) is a stable vitamin that
offers a wide range of well-documented topical
benefits. Usually, it is applied to the skin for treating
acne, eczema, and other skin conditions. Niacinamide
is one of the best-studied cosmeceuticals for anti-
aging. It has a multitude of effects to help smoothen
the skin texture. Niacinamide is particularly
important to our body, as we cannot produce the
vitamin on our own.

Sesame Seed Oil

Sesame oil helps carry other nutrients into the skin
and the fatty acids in sesame oil help it to get deep
into the skin. Sesame oil improves small, bald
patches or areas of thinning hair.

Castor Oil

It’s rich in essential fatty acids that moisturize the
skin. Castor oil is a good source of, Vitamin E,
Omega-9 fatty acid and Omega-6 fatty acid.

Ocium Basilicum Hairy Root Culture Extract

Extracted from basil leaves it has a potent basil hairy
root extract that has been designed for users to
regain fuller and denser hair. Prevents hair loss, For
fuller hair, Stimulates hair papilla cells.

Sunflower Seed Oil

Sunflower oil provides the same if not greater
benefits as other widely known essential oils. It
improves scalp
 health, stimulates hair growth,
eliminates frizzy hair while providing softness and
shine, acts as an emollient.

Almond Oil

Almond oil is highly beneficial for multiple uses in
skin, hair & body. For hair it  Soothe flaking and
itching of the scalp, Promote hair growth, Softens
and conditions the hair, Strengthens and repairs

Argan Oil

It Moisturises and conditions, Improves scalp health,
Sun protection. It makes your hair shinier. It seals
split ends and smooths frizz.

Amla Oil

It is rich in vitamin C which helps fight infalamtion
and free radicals. treating premature greying,
Amla contains oodles of essential fatty acids that
penetrate into the follicles, making the hair softer,
shinier and voluminous. It also stimulates hair
growth owing to its high iron and carotene content.

Bhringraj Oil

Bhringraj is also known as the ‘king of herbs in
Ayurveda, it is a miraculous herb hailing from the
sunflower family. The leaves of the Bhringraj tree are
used to prepare Bhringraj oil, the most beneficial oil
for hair growth. It is excellent to promote hair growth,
strength, and nourishment, and also to prevent

Brahmi Oil

Brahmi oil promotes thick, lustrous hair and prevents
hair loss by strengthening hair from the root and
feeding nutrients to the scalp. Healing ancient herbs
Brahmi, Amla and Bhringaraj strengthen hair, while
calming and cooling the mind, and revitalizing
nerves and brain cells.

Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood Essential Oil helps with irritation,
inflammation, redness, and itchiness, as well as
dryness that leads to cracking, peeling, or blistering.
The anti-inflammatory properties treat hair loss,
increase blood circulation and stimulate hair follicles.
It helps in hair
growth and control hair fall, hair thinning, and scalp dryness.

Lime Essential Oil

Lime Essential Oil can also help to promote the
health of your hair, making it more luscious and
smooth. It can also help to treat scalp issues like
dandruff. Overall, lime oil can greatly help improve
the life of your hair as it makes them more radiant
and glowing!

Peppermint Oil

While peppermint oil may be known for some skin
care benefits, it’s also good for your hair and scalp.
It may help with dryness, itching, or other scalp
problems. The benefits of peppermint essential oil
can be described as:

  • Antimicrobial
  • Insecticidal and pesticidal
  • Analgesic and anesthetic
  • Vasodilating (and vasoconstricting)
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Eucalyptus

    Eucalyptus is ideal for soothing painful sunburn, its
    antibacterial properties also protect the skin from
    infection. Its oil with rich medicinal properties
    stimulates hair growth and reduces hair fall. It
    contains effective anti-bacterial
    and anti-microbial properties that fight dandruff-causing fungus. It
    even promotes healing in case of any injuries or
    bruises on the scalp.


    Lavender is a legendary botanical originating from
    the mint family. It is known for its cleansing and
    healing properties, especially since lavender is great
    for irritated sensitive skin. It balances sebum to
    control excess oil on acne-prone skin below acne.
    It helps stimulate the immune system to promote
    healing and ease inflammation.


    Lemongrass has potent skin healing and astringent
    properties. It balances the pH level of the skin and
    fights back acne. Lemongrass oil on the scalp is
    known to strengthen the hair shafts and stimulate
    hair growth. It contains anti-fungal and antibacterial
    properties, giving relief from itchy scalp and dry
    scalp or hair.

    Tea Tree Oil

    Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca oil, possesses
    antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and
    antifungal properties. It can treat acne, athlete’s foot,
    contact dermatitis, or head lice. The tea tree oil is
    also known to eradicate the collection of dead skin
    cells as well as the build-up of hair product residue.

    Hemp Seed Oil

    Hemp oil is derived from Cannabis Sativa seeds by
    cleaning the seeds and then cold pressing them. It
    moisturizes the skin and controls oil production,
    which could block skin pores. It has various fatty
    acids like Omega 3 and Linoleic Acid, which help in
    reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also soothes
    acne-prone skin by neutralizing the sebum that
    causes breakouts.


    Avocado is an excellent source of vitamin E and
    vitamin C, it plays a key role in the health of your
    skin. The fats, compounds, and vitamins in it help
    speed skin repair and improve chronic skin
    conditions like acne. Avocado oil helps to ease the
    symptoms of sunburn and reduce dandruff and
    other problems caused by a dry, flaky scalp.

    Ylang Ylang

    Ylang Ylang is known for effectively balancing oil
    on the skin, which is why it is widely used for dry,
    normal, oily, sensitive, and combination skin types.
    Its antiseptic properties treat acne-prone skin and
    oil improves the texture of the hair. Ylang Ylang
    essential oil also contains antiseptic properties
    that can help eliminate lice or nits.

    Tetrapeptide 7

    Skin goes through wear and tear that results in
    wrinkles and age spots, tetrapeptide helps battle
    the effects of skin aging. It restores the dermal
    matrix by stimulating the body’s collagen production
    and ability to repair and renew skin. Tetrapeptide is
    also used to improve skin elasticity as it increases
    skin volume.

    Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide 1

    Palmitoyl tripeptide-1 is a synthetic fatty acid that
    can help repair visible skin damage and strengthen
    the skin. It also stimulates collagen and elastin,
    which increases skin firmness and reducing the
    appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

    Rapeseed Oil

    Rapeseed oil is rich in vitamins E and K and reduces
    skin problems and aging signs like acne, fine lines,
    wrinkles, blemishes, and spots.

    Licorice Root Extract

    Licorice boasts several active ingredients and
    properties that give your skin some serious love,
    especially when it comes to protecting and
    brightening. Improving hyperpigmentation is one of
    this plant’s most well-known attributes.

    Mulberry Extract

    Mulberries are rich in Vitamin K and C. Vitamin C
    increases tissue strength and boosts collagen
    synthesis. Vitamin K helps in bone tissue
    development and is an essential component for
    blood clotting.

    Helichrysum Oil

    Helichrysum oil is best known for its restorative
    properties to the skin. Also referred to as the
    Everlasting or Immortal Flower, Helichrysum oil is
    used in anti-aging products for its rejuvenating
    benefits to the skin. Helichrysum essential oil can
    help reduce the appearance of blemishes, and it
    promotes a glowing, youthful complexion.

    Harsingar Oil

    Harsingar oil is rich in antioxidants and is perfect
    for fighting free radical associated damage
    in our skin. It also works efficiently fighting the
    premature signs of aging like dark spots and skin

    Marshmallow Root Extract

    The marshmallow root extract contains many
    ingredients that promote skin health, such as
    polysaccharides and flavonoids. Marshmallow
    root extract may provide anti-
    inflammatory benefits as it helps to soothe irritation as
    hydrates skin.

    Rice Bran Extract

    The main benefit of rice bran oil to the skin is its
    wonderful deep-moisturizing capability. With all
    its natural components, rice bran oil is considered
    an anti-aging secret. The natural vitamin E plus
    vitamin B helps firm and tighten your look,
    maintaining hydration, which helps to reduce the
    appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Rice bran
    oil has a slight ability to brighten the look of your
    skin, helping to reduce the appearance of dark spots
    and smooth skin tone.


    Turmeric revives your skin by bringing out its
    natural glow. It is also used for acne because of its
    antiseptic and antibacterial properties that fight
    pimples and breakouts. It removes redness from
    acne and other types of scarring, reduces
    inflammation, and evens out skin discolorations.

    Sea Buckthorn

    Sea Buckthorn contains vitamin E and essential
    fatty acids like omega 3,6 and 9 that promote skin
    hydration, elasticity, cell regeneration, and even
    helps treat and prevent acne. It also has anti-
    inflammatory properties that help reduce swelling
    and redness associated with many skin conditions,
    including eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea.

    Rose Geranium

    Rose Geranium is applied to the skin as an
    astringent and is highly effective for skin as it
    tightens, brightens, and removes dead skin cells.
    It is also used as a soothing and antimicrobial
    topical agent to help treat bacterial acne.
    Rose geranium is also used as a scent as it can
    also be diffused into the air.


    Patchouli helps in healing grave skin infections and
     repairing skin back to normal. It is blessed with
    umpteen active ingredients and anti-bacterial
    properties, it facilitates wound healing, effectively
    reduces wrinkles, scars, blemishes, and other signs
    of aging. It also fights bacteria that lead to pimples,
    acne, and skin infections.


    Hemp oil is derived from Cannabis Sativa seeds by
    cleaning the seeds and then cold pressing them.
    It moisturizes the skin and controls oil production,
    which could block skin pores. It has various fatty
    acids like Omega 3 and Linoleic Acid, which help
    in reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also soothes
    acne-prone skin by neutralizing the sebum that
    causes breakouts.


    The spearmint leaves are used for acne treatment
    and also balance the hormones in the female
    body. It is believed to help reveal a new layer of
    skin, thus increasing skin’s resilience and elasticity.
    It is also used as a diffuser, which elevates mood
    and boosts concentration.


    Neroli is derived from the blossoms of the bitter
    orange tree. It promotes cell growth and thereby
    helps the scars and marks heal. It also works
    fantastic on stretch marks and dark spots. Its
    antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and
    pain-relieving properties make it useful to treat
    pimples and acne and reduce the redness
    associated with breakouts.

    Apricot Oil

    Apricot oil is rich in vitamin A, C, and E, which helps
    to improve skin tone, maintain softness and
    radiance of the skin. It also nourishes the skin and
    lowers the appearance of face wrinkles, fine lines,
    and blemishes. It also protects skin cells from
    ultraviolet (UV) radiation.


    Walnut offers fats that strengthen the membranes
    of skin cells, locking in moisture and nutrients that
    keep it glowing. It is also used for fighting fungal
    infections very well. The potassium and antioxidant
    -rich nature of walnut tighten sluggish skin, while
    also fighting an uneven skin tone caused by sun
    damage, dust, and pollution. Its deep cleansing
    properties help diminish dullness and refine your

    Witch Hazel

    Witch hazel is an astringent, applied directly to the
    skin. Its powerful antioxidant and astringent
    benefits are known to help speed healing, prevent
    signs of aging, stop cellular damage that can
    lead to skin cancer, and eradicate bacteria that
    live within the pores of the skin. As they help to
    remove excess oil from the skin it’s considered one of the
    best natural acne treatments.

     Xanthun Gum

    Xanthan Gum

    Xanthan Gum is an excellent natural source
    thickener for lotions, creams, liquid soap, shower gels,
    body washes and shampoos. It is used in cosmetics
    as a thickener and emulsion stabilizer and for

     Ratanjot Root Extract

    Ratanjot Root Extract

    Ratanjot Root Extract has anti-inflammatory properties,
    which helps protect your skin from skin infection,
    inflammation and even treats burn scars. Oil infused
    with this herb also promotes hair growth. It is a
    natural hair conditioner and helps arrest premature
    greying, baldness and hair loss.



    Glycerine is great for the skin because it acts as a
    humectant, which traps moisture in your skin and
    gives it a youthful, healthy glow. By drawing moisture
    to the top layer of skin, glycerine helps reduce the
    appearance of wrinkles and keeps skin looking soft
    and smooth. Glycerine also improves skin function to
    slow down aging.



    Coco-caprylate is an emollient and has the ability to
    penetrate deep and help skin to repair itself. It also
    provides skin with incredible softness. It is naturally
    derived from Coconut oil and is an excellent
    conditioning agent providing great hydration,
    superb spreadability and good slip.

    Saccharide Isomerate

    Saccharide Isomerate

    Saccharide Isomerate is a 100% plant-derived
    carbohydrate. It is a water-binding agent and
    emollient and provides soothing and calming effects
    to the skin. Saccharide isomerate is suitable for all
    skin types including sensitive skin. It also has an
    affinity for soothing and strengthening skin's barrier,
    while delivering long-lasting hydration.

    Natural Betaine

    Natural Betaine

    Natural Betaine acts as a gentle hydrator that helps
    your skin gain and maintain moisture. It is used in
    cosmetics as a humectant and anti-irritant, which
    can increase your skin's water retention, moisture
    absorption, and provide deeper hydration. Betaine is
    useful in anti-aging products to help prevent wrinkles.
    Its moisturizing properties soften skin's texture and
    effectively fill in creases to reduce the deep
    appearance of wrinkles.

    Potassium Sorbate

    Potassium Sorbate

    Potassium sorbate is a chemical additive. It’s widely
    used as a preservative in foods, drinks, and personal
    care products. It is an odorless and tasteless salt
    synthetically produced from sorbic acid
     and potassium hydroxide. Potassium sorbate prolongs
    the shelf life of foods by stopping the growth of mold,
    yeast, and fungi. Potassium sorbate is used as an
    antimicrobial and preservative in personal care items,
    as well, such as, eye shadow and other cosmetics,
    shampoos and moisturizers and contact lens solution.

    Coconut Oil

    Coconut Oil

    The main component that sets coconut oil apart
    among the oil clan is the existence of lauric
    acid/dodecanoic acid and caprylic acid. These acids
    aid in decreasing inflammation and enhancing
    immunity which makes coconut oil filled with rich
    antimicrobial properties. Coconut oil deeply moisturizes
    and has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory
    properties to heal and soothe.


     Ingredients EWG Rating
    Glycerine 1
    Aloe Vera Leaf Extract^ 1
    Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/
    VP Copolymer
    Sodium Levulinate 1
    Aqua* 1
    Natural Betaine*
    Rose Water 1
    Potassium Sorbate 2
    Sodium Hyaluronate* 1
    Allantoin 1
    Sodium Gluconate 1
    Sunflower Oil 1
    Sesame Seed Oil 1
    Isopropyl Myristate 1
    Castor Oil 2
    Coco-Caprylate/Caprate* 1
    Ocimum Basilicum Hairy
    Root Culture Extract
    (Extracted from Sweet Basil)
    Helianthus Annuus
    (Sunflower) Seed Oil
    Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil 1
    Almond Oil 1
    Argan Oil 1
    Amla Oil 1
    Bhringraj Oil 1
    Brahmi Oil 1
    Cedarwood Oil 1
    Peppermint Essential Oil 1
    Cocamidopropyl Betaine 1
    Disodium Cocoamphoacetate 1
    Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate 1
    Sodium Methyl Oleoyl Taurate 1
    Spearmint Hydrosol 1
    Tea Tree Hydrosol 1
    Citric Acid 1
    Saccharide Isomerate* 1
    Patchouli Hydrosol^
    Patchouli Oil
    Sea Buckthorn Oil 1
    Acrylates Copolymer 2
    Lauroyl Methyl Glucamide 1
    Cetearyl Olivate 1
    Sorbitan Olivate 1
    Brassica Campestris
    (Rapeseed) Seed Oil
    Glycyrrhiza Glabra
    (Licorice) Root Extract
    Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate 1
    Althaea Officinalis Root Extract
    Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract 1
    Pullulan 1
    Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 1
    Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1 1
    Mulberry Extract 1
    Ratanjot Extract 1
    Helichrysum Oil 1
    Harsingar Oil 1
    3-o-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid 1
    Niacinamide 1
    Xanthan Gum* 1
    Neroli Hydrosol^ 1
    Sodium Lauroamphoacetate 1
    Cocamide MIPA 1
    Hemp Seed Oil
    Sodium Chloride (Table Salt) 1
    Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate 1
    Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate 1
    Chamomile Hydrosol^
    Turmeric Extract
    Sea Buckthorn Oil 1
    Bamboo Scrubb^
    Cetyl Alcohol 1
    4-n-Butylresorcinol 1
    Stearic Acid 1
    Glyceryl Monostearate 1
    Walnut Scrub 1
    Ylang Ylang Hydrosol 1
    Apricot Oil 1
    Turmeric Oil 1
    Geranium Hydrosol^ 1
    Rose Hydrosol^ 1