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Native to India, precious Amberette Seed oil is an alchemy of hydro-distilled herbs, flowers and spices over a sandalwood and agarwood oil blend that is than matured for period of a week, resulting in a rare woody attar with musky undertones. Prized for its natural aphrodisiac, antiseptic properties, this oil is used in our blends to ease physical pains and calm the mind.
Indigenous throughout India, Amla or Indian Gooseberry, as it is also known, is a green fruit that is incredibly high in tannin compounds and has 20 x more concentrated vitamin C than an orange, making it one of the most powerful antioxidants. Amla is a superb natural conditioner that infuses hair with nutrition that protects against environmental aggressors, whilst working to strengthen follicles, promote growth and help diminish split ends, dryness and dandruff.
A rich source of zinc and loaded with Vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E, essential minerals, magnesium fatty acids and protein, this light and powerful oil makes an excellent natural emollient that helps plump, hydrate and nourish skin, while diminishing fine lines. Highly rejuvenating and nourishing, sweet almond is excellent for scalp conditioning.
This power plant absorbs into the skin four times faster than water, making its potent properties of Vitamins A, B, C and E, calcium, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and proteins intensely effective. Aloe Vera helps protect and heal scarring, reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm, sooth and nourish skin.
Extremely high in Vitamin E and antioxidants, argan oil softens fine lines, restores elasticity, improves skin tone and helps protect against harmful pollutants, while neutralising the free radicals.
A green and white flowering herb indigenous throughout India, Bringraj is known as the ‘King of Hair' for its rejuvenating properties. Its protein packed extracts are used in Ayurveda to reduce premature greying and hair loss, whilst increasing strength, thickness and shine. A calming oil; a little applied before bed should improve sleep patterns and reduce stress. In a study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in 2009, tests on mice determined that treatment with bhringaraj extract helped stimulate hair growth. Additionally, a 2008 study from the Archives of Dermatological Research found that bhringaraj extract was more effective than minoxidil (a substance commonly used in the treatment of hair loss) in promoting hair growth in rats.
More commonly referred to as cumin seed, this potent anti-oxidant oil is packed with valuable components including Vitamins A, B, C, calcium, potassium, magnesium and zinc. Prescribed in Ayurveda for its ability to heal skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and scarring, black seed further helps delay the onset of fine lines by boosting the skins production of immune cells.
Brahmi (also known as Gotu Kola) is one of the most commonly used rejuvenating oils in Ayurveda to reduce dandruff and split ends while helping to nourish hair, help aid concentration and calm the mind.
The oil extracted from India’s flower of celebration, calendula or marigold, as it is commonly known, is an excellent natural emollient for mature skin that also imparts a healing looking olive glow. Packed with flavonoids, its inherently high antiseptic, antibacterial properties help protect against age-related issues such as thinning skin, fine lines and sun damage.
This soothing masculine oriental has a sweet aroma with smoky undertones and is often used in incense for its calming effect, which helps restore a sense of spiritual clarity for greater inspiration and creativity. On a physical level, Himalayan Cedarwood is an anti-seborrhoeic, which allows it to regulate sebum production, therefore preventing dry, itchy skin and helping to speed up the healing process of winds and scars.
Extracted from the golden champa flower in South India, this rich, sensual oriental floral with apricot undertones is used in Ayurveda for its ability to diminish scares, stretch marks and fine lines. On an emotional level, Champaca helps reduce anxiety and fatigue, while lessening the symptoms of chest complaints and colds.
A rich source of fatty acids, Coconut oil is used in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to form a protective barrier to lock in moisture, soften and condition skin. With strong antimicrobial properties, coconut oil protects against infections and its Vitamin E content helps prevent premature ageing and scalp dryness, while its small molecular structure ensures the potent properties penetrate deeply into the skin for maximum benefits.
We use this bright, floral herbal in our mens fragrance for its immune-boosting anti-bacterial properties, which help lift the spirits and bring clarity of mind.
Precious Davana essential oil has a very rich, penetrating, warm, uniquely herbaceous aroma. It is a specialty essential oil used in perfumery for its unique aroma. In India, Davana blossoms are offered in rituals to Lord Shiva; the God symbolising destruction of ego and falsehood.
Warm, rich with a sweet-woody scent, frankincense and myrrh has been used for over 5,000 years for its potent healing properties. Frankincense is ruled by the sun and Myrrh (its feminine counterpart) by the moon. This warming powdery resin helps boost immunity, relax the muscles and release deeply embedded emotions for greater self expression and peace.
With its light spicy, floral scent, ‘the flower of constancy’ helps liberate and bring balance to self-expression so ones true essence can shine. Beyond this Geranium has been used for centuries to tone, regenerate and heal skin. Its medicinal properties include: antispasmodic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial.
Uplifting and revitalising, Grapefruit has a powerful astringent, diuretic and thermogenic action which helps stimulate circulation, fight fatigue and apathy, detoxify the blood, release fluid retention and diminish cellulite.
With a sweet aroma and smokey, balsamic undertones, Himalayan Cedarwood is in many of our blends for its therapeutically soothing properties. A natural anti-seborrhoeic, it helps regulate sebum production, therefore preventing dry, itchy skin and scalp.
Grown in Northern India; it takes 1,000 pounds of jasmine flowers to extract just one pound of precious oil. Known as ‘wrath ki rani', meaning ‘queen of the night’, this star shaped white flower is hand-picked at dusk, when its seductive aroma is at its most intense. The women of India adorn their hair with fresh, intoxicating jasmine, while men wear it round their wrist. Rich in esters; we use this therapeutic oil in many of our blends for its ability to soothe the senses and heal even the most sensitive skin.
A golden, nutty oil with potent microelements and nutrients including zinc, copper, Vitamin E and B; jojoba helps nourish and firm skin, while helping to diminish conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.
Lavender has a fresh, uplifting aroma, lavender gently harmonises and encourages inner tranquility. Beyond this, Lavender is a wonderful tissue healing oil that helps soothe skin inflammations such as sunburn.
Originally from Asia, we utilise lime in many of our blendsfor its skin rejuvenating, clarifying properties, while its fresh, optimistic character, helps turn apathy to inspiration.
Seen at the feet of the goddess of wealth; India’s national flower emerges from the depths of muddy waters to reveal its sweet, elegant bloom and calming properties that bring tranquility and relaxation to mind and body.Containing linoleum acid, flavonoids, fatty acids, protein, phosphorus, iron and vitamins B and C, practitioners of Ayurveda medicine use blue lotus in facials for its ability to cleanse, sooth and condition skin, reducing redness and outbreaks, whilst restoring skin firmness and moisture by neutralising the free radicals that cause damage and pre-mature ageing. Blue Lotus helps stimulate blood flow, bring out the freshness on your face.
With an impressive oleic acid content of 72%, moringa contains 47 potent antioxidants, 36 anti-inflammatory compounds, 18 essential amino acids, 7 x the vitamin C of an orange, 3 times the iron of an almond, 4 x the calcium of milk and twice as much vitamin A as found in a carrot. The incredible rejuvenating properties of this light, luxurious oil penetrate deeply into skin and hair so depleted minerals and vitamins can repair and revive naturally. When massaged regularly into the scalp and roots, moringa helps bring hair back into balance so it grows stronger, fuller and glossier. One of the most nutrient dense oils in the world, moringa helps diminish fine lines, blemished and scarred skin, revealing soft skin with a vital glow.
Native to India, Neem is an Ayurvedic essential and we utilise it in our blends for its exceptionally high nutrient and carotenoid antioxidant compounds content, which come together to fight the environmental damage that causes premature ageing and dry, dull skin and hair. A naturally high source of vitamin E, Neem is an excellent moisturiser that helps restore elasticity, reduce fine lines and diminish ache and scares.
Soft and gentle, Neroli combines sweet floral notes with light citrus, green undertones that help wafts away sadness and anxiety, clearing the way inner confidence and joyfulness. In Skincare, Neroli is used to rejuvenate skin and diminish scars and soften fine lines.
Known for its deep, earthy fragrance, Patchouli has long been used in skincare for its ability to help alleviate eczema, inflammation, and cracked, chapped, irritated skin. Quite often found in anti-aging skin care for its cell-rejuvenating properties and its ability to lessen the look of scars. On an emotional level, Patchouli helps calm the nerves, uplift the mind and its rich, intoxicating aroma makes it a natural arphodisac.
A symbol of love and devotion, tri-doshic rose oil has been beloved for centuries for its numerous healing which including treating broken capillaries, diminishing redness and fine lines, while strengthening and nourishing skin. Notable as an aphrodisiac, anti-depressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic and antibacterial, rose is one of the words most versatile and cherished florals.
One of the worlds most rare and expensive spices, Saffron is often referred to as ‘red gold’. It soothes, tightens and give skin a warm glow and radiance. Our finest quality Kashmiri saffron restores softness and suppleness, evens skin tone and nourishes the skin at a cellular level to repair damage.
Known in mythology as being derived from the ‘tree of sages’, rare Mysore sandalwood is prized for its rich, woody aroma that helps soothe the mind for greater clarity and calm. Sandalwoods potent antiseptic, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties help fight the free radicals that case premature ageing helping to minimise scars, redness and dryness, to reveal firmer, softer, radiant skin.
A superior source of Vitamin A, B and E, as well as the minerals iron, calcium, magnesium, copper, silicic acid and phosphorus; sesame oil has been used in Ayurveda centuries for calming nerves and regulating blood pressure and for hair as a natural exlir to keep scalp hydrated, moisturised and deeply nourished whilst delaying signs of greying and stimulating and strengthening the hair shaft and roots. Cooling to the scalp, its application works the nutrients from the inside out, locking in moisture, whilst also preventing UV damage and any further drying caused by extreme weather conditions and modern heating systems.
Forming the top notes in many of our blends, optimistic sweet blood orange offers quick relief for inflamed skin, while therapeutically helping to ease anxiety and self doubt.
An intoxicating aphrodisiac, this deep orange-golden brown oil has relaxing, warming properties and is is known as ‘mistress of the night’ or “raat ki raani’, for it’s strong, intense floral fragrance that builds an atmosphere of peacefulness and love, whilst calming the mind and muscles.
Known as the 'golden goddess' turmeric has been used in India for thousands of years for its potent beautifying and healing properties. More recently the West has hailed 'cur cumin' (the active ingredient found in turmeric), to have immense therapeutic benefits as antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-fungal, concluding it to be a powerful anti-ageing ingredient. Tumeric also has the effect of surpressing transmuting growth agent beta One, and it is this that is said to play a part in hair loss. With over 4,000 scientific studies recorded for over 600 medical conditions, turmeric deserves its name as a super food.
We use vanilla absolute in our blends for its rich, slightly deep aroma, with a touch of sweetness, and its ability to relieve anxiety and improve mood.
Native to India and central to Ayurvedic medicine, the ‘oil of tranquility’ balances and its rich aroma calms the mind. Vetiver is a cooling antiseptic that heals wounds and scar tissue and promotes new growth. Anti-ageing benefits including regenerating and strengthening, whilst diminishing scars, acne, burns and nourishing tired skin that is losing its elasticity and tone.
Grown in the lower Himalayan regions of South India, the oil of watermelon seed is rich in fatty acids, omega and linoleic acids, which helps remove excess sebum within the skin to ensure it feels thoroughly cleansed, resulting in fewer breakouts. This light oil absorbs with effortlessly, giving superb hydration and restoring elasticity for healthier looking skin.
Your wellbeing guides our collection: Free from synthetic fragrances, parabens, silicones, mineral oils, sulphates, phthalates, GMO, PEG’s TEA and DEA and we never test on animals. Instead we use pure roots, flowers and therapeutic grade essential oils rich in antioxidants and minerals and known for their ability to repair, rejuvenate and beautify but as importantly blended to balance and nourish within, so your true self has a chance to shine.