Health Benefits of Ingredients We Love

Oats: Is a natural moisturizer. Works a skin cleanser.Treats dandruff. Increases hair growth. Treats acne. Relieves dry and itchy skin.

However, certain reports state that oats can aggravate acne. Consult your dermatologist before using oats for treating your condition

Aloe Vera: Aloe vera contains proteolytic enzymes that repair dead skin cells on the scalp. Moreover, it acts as a conditioner that leaves your hair all smooth and shiny. It promotes hair growth, prevents itching on the scalp, reduces dandruff, and conditions your hair.

Papaya: The enzyme papain in papaya acts as a strong skin exfoliator and removes the dead cells, which can make the face lighter in tone and more supple. In addition, the abundance of beta-carotene and plant compounds present in papaya enhances the skin glow and complexion.

Mango: Mango is high in vitamin C, which promotes healthy hair and skin. This vitamin is essential for making collagen — a protein that gives structure to your skin and hair. Collagen gives your skin its bounce and combats sagging and wrinkles

Macadamia: is a popular ingredient in cosmetic products that are meant to smooth skin and hair. oil is rich in fatty acids and potassium. The emollient qualities of macadamia oil can help smooth hair, giving it a shinier appearance.

 

Palm Oil: contains the hard to find toctrienols, which are members of the vitamin E family. The common form of vitamin E, tocopherol, has long been used to treat many skin ailments and is found in many anti-aging products. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant that helps the skin to fight free radicals that damage the skin and cause fine lines and wrinkles

Almond: Almonds, despite the common belief, do not belong to the category of nuts but are drupes which are a type of a fruit. They are rich in proteins, magnesium, fibre, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin E, potassium, zinc, calcium etc. They improve the production of new cells and antibodies which help fight against diseases like diabetes, obesity, cancer, hair loss, heart disease, high cholesterol etc. and help nourish skin and hair as well.

Coconut: “Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants that help prevent aging and damage to our skin and hair. When it comes to hair, using coconut oil helps maintain moisture and prevent protein loss from combing damage. That's great news if you've been plagued by dry, itchy scalp, dandruff, hair loss and even frizz.

 

Roseship: Rosehip helps fight inflammation, loaded with skin-nourishing vitamins and essential fatty acids.

Rosehip oil for hair growth can also help prevent the damaging effects of oxidants that damage hair and skin cells over time. The essential fatty acids contained in rosehip oil for hair loss aid in the renewal and healing of hair follicles, which are essential for promoting hair growth.

Calendula: helps to plump the surface of your skin to give you tighter, more supple skin almost instantly. In the long term, both the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties help to protect your precious collagen and elastin supply.

 

Rosemary: Enriched with anti-inflammatory properties, heal burns, soothe irritated skin, control puffiness and more. It's known to boost hair growth, add a healthy dose of shine and tackle dandruff-related problems.

 

Carrot: contains vitamin E, and (of course) vitamin A. Vitamin E is vital for healthy skin, eyes, and immune system functions, and, when paired with vitamin A, packs a powerful punch in defending your body from environmental damage.

Tumeric:  turmeric on the body may help brighten skin , reduced pigment cells (melanin) in the body, fade sun spots, age spots, or hyperpigmentation on the skin.

Avocado: great source of biotin, which is part of the B complex vitamins. Biotin is known to help prevent dry skin when applied topically. It can also help prevent brittle hair and nails.

 

Ginger: Main Benefits: Restores and rejuvenates skin, heal inflammation, and fade scars.

Chamomile for praised for its ability to calm and soothe the skin, in addition to reducing redness, blemishes, and signs of aging, it relieves inflammation: "Because chamomile has anti-inflammatory properties, it helps to protect against long-term and short-term skin inflammation.