Gram flour, also known as besan s rich in carbohydrates and protein and contains no gluten. Using  besan for the face and the skin is an age-old trick that we still use to treat acne, remove fine facial hair, remove tan, exfoliate dead skin, reduce oiliness and get  Instant Fairness


In traditional Indian cultures, amla is considered a valuable hair tonic and forms a regular part of hair care ritual.

The antioxidant and anti-microbial properties help to maintain a healthy scalp. Amla is known to strengthen hair roots, encourage hair growth, and address premature greying.


Bhringraj is an ancient ayurvedic herb widely known for its effectiveness against hair ailments. In Ayurveda, the herb is used for treating hair loss, improving hair texture, and to stop premature balding and graying and various skin allergies. Alopecia sufferers will also find bhringraj to be beneficial in promoting hair regrowth. Even without suffering any ailments, bhringraj aids in luxurious hair growth.


Yashtimadhu is a great herb in Ayurveda which is extremely beneficial for skin and hair. It has a mild smoothing and brightening action, it helps in the fading of hyper--pigmentation and sun damage for all skin tones in a safe manner. Regular usage leaves the skin brighter, hydrated and clearer. The root extracts are potent for red, acne-prone skin as well as for dull complexions and dehydrated skin


The hard nut that creates naturally soft skin. Walnuts can be used as an attractive exfoliating ingredient in any natural skin care range. Regular exfoliation can almost instantly help skin feel softer, smoother, more moisturised, more even in skin tone, and appear brighter and healthier. Not only that but results get better as exfoliation is built into a regular skin care routine at least once or twice a week.


Shikakai or Acacia concinna is native to central and south India. Shikakai literally means “fruit for hair. It has been used as a hair cleanser in the Indian sub-continent since ancient times.With its slightly acidic pH, shikakai gently cleans the hair without stripping it of its natural oils. It’s also a great conditioner, and helps to reduce scalp dryness and makes hair soft and bouncy. Shikakai is rich in vitamin C and many essential phytonutrients that nourish the hair follicles and promote hair growth.


Reetha contains natural surfactants called saponins, which makes it a great natural cleanser. Reetha is an excellent alternative for people who are allergic to sulfates and parabens in the commercial shampoo. The natural saponins in reetha not only clean hair, they add shine and body and make hair look thicker and smoother. 


Brahmi powder is a remedy for people with chronic hair problems. Brahmi can make hair dark, dense, and lustrous. It strengthens hair roots, thus controlling hair thinning and hair loss. Regular use control premature graying and massaging it into the scalp clears dandruff.


Hibiscus (Jaswand) is known as one of the best secrets to beautiful and healthy hair. Hibiscus promotes hair growth, stops hair fall, gives hair a healthy luster with bounce, and delays premature graying. Hibiscus has been a wonderful ingredient in hair treatments that combine other ayurvedic herbs such as alma and brahmi.