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Rich in Vitamin C, Alma is commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to condition the hair, reduce premature greying, thinning and give it thickness, lustre.


Loaded with beauty and health benefits – a rich source of zinc, vitamin A, B1, B2, B6 and E, essential minerals, magnesium fatty acids and protein making it an excellent natural emollient that helps condition hair and scalp and renew skin cells, illuminate complexion, whilst minimizing scarring and fine lines.


This power plant absorbs into the skin four times faster than water, making its potent content intensely effective. With vitamins A, B, C and E, calcium, minerals, amino acids, enzymes and proteins that control healing and minimize scarring, reduce the appearance of fine lines and firm, sooth and nourish skin, this wonder plant gives perfect protection.


Botanical Family: Pedaliaceae

A superior source of Vitamin A, B and E, as well as the minerals iron, calcium, magnesium, copper, silicic acid and phosphorus; black 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.


In Ayurveda, Bringraj is referred to as the ‘ruler of the hair’ and its protein packed extracts dramatically rejuvenate and repairs hair.


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 linoleic acid, flavonoids, fatty acids, protein, phosphorus, iron and vitamins B and C, practitioners of Ayurveda medicine often 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. A perfect morning cleanser, blue lotus helps stimulate blood flow, bring out the freshness on your face.


A rich source of fatty acids, Coconut oil has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to form a protective barrier to lock in moisture, soften and condition skin.


Botanical Family: Zingiberaceae (Ginger)

The ‘queen of spices’, cardamom is the second most expensive spice in the world and a superior skin toner that soothes and refreshes skin.


With over 1,000 fragrant flowers hand-picked at dusk to make just a tiny 1lb bottle of natural jasmine oil, this precious ingredient is both intoxicating and calming. Jasmine is sensual and lifts the senses, whilst relaxing tired bones, diminishing scarring and fine lines, whilst making a gentle toner and antiseptic for even the most sensitive of skin.


High in Vitamin E, rich in emollients and fatty acids, Neem is a brilliant moisturiser that conditions and revives stressed and damaged hair, face and body, restoring its natural elasticity and reducing 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.

ROSE (Gulab)

Prescribed in Ayurveda for its verstility in treating broken capillaries, diminishing redness, strengthening and nourishing skin and regenerating skin; it is also has enormous healing properties, mood lifting aphrodisiac.


Known in mythology as being derived from the ‘tree of sages’, sacred sandalwood forms an integral part of blessing rituals in India. An indispensible ingredient in Ayurveda, sandalwood soothes the mind for greater clarity and calm, whilst its potent antiseptic, astringent, anti-inflammatory and disinfectant properties help fight the free radicals that case premature ageing, leaving skin naturally detoxified, whilst minimising scaring, redness, dryness, dullness and evening out skin tone to reveal firmer, softer, glowing skin.


With aphrodisiac, relaxing, warming properties, tuberose 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.


Used in India for thousands of years both for beautifying and for it's holistic benefits, it is only more recently that ‘curcumin' the active ingredient found in turmeric has been hailed as a super food with immense therapeutic benefits as antiseptic, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-fungal and a super anti-ageing agent.


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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.