With its anti-inflammatory & antiseptic properties, it revitalizes the skin by restoring its natural radiance & slows ageing.

  • Prevents premature greying
  • Helps in reducing dark circles
  • Lightens hyperpigmentation
  • It may stop acne-causing bacteria

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree Oil helps to prevent acne and irritation. It effectively kills acne-causing bacteria while also decreasing oiliness. It has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Reduces hair fall
  • Acts as a natural deodorant
  • Prevents skin infection
  • Helps to get rid of acne


Watercress contains zinc & sulphur, which help protect the scalp from bacterial infections. It also increases collagen production.

  • Keeps the scalp healthy
  • Rich in antioxidants & contains A, B1, B2, B6 
  • Helps in getting rid of any bacterial infection
  • Prevents hair loss

Indian Cress Extract

Indian cress extract has been used as a hair growth stimulant traditionally. It's high in vitamins A, C, and K.

  • Helpful against insomnia
  • Good for skin
  • Maintain digestive health
  • Promotes new blood cells formation

Capsicum Extract

Capsicum helps to strengthen hair follicles & prevents hair loss. It contains a high amount of natural silicon.

  • Promote hair growth
  • Strengthens hair follicles
  • Enhances hair health
  •  Supports hair & nails

Echinacea Extract

Echinacea extract stimulates collagen production in the body. It is widely used to brighten up the skin.

  • Boost collagen production
  • Provide hydration 
  • Brighten skin
  •  Helps to lock the moisture


Ginger promotes hair growth by increasing circulation to the scalp & is high in vitamins, fatty acids & minerals.

  • Cures irritation
  • Prevents premature greying
  • Prevents dandruff
  • Promotes hair growth

Thuja Extract

Thuja contains a high amount of vitamin C, which can effectively heal and repair your skin.

  • Helps to hydrate the skin
  • Reduce the appearance of fine lines
  • Prevents redness & inflammation
  • Useful for treating acne

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