Just the good stuff
A list of our hero ingredients that ensure visibly better results for you
Promotes hair growth due to its high sulfur content, which nourishes hair follicles and boosts blood circulation. It also strengthens hair and enhances shine, leaving it looking healthier and more vibrant.
Aloe vera is exceptionally moisturizing and hydrating, providing a healthy shine to hair. Its anti-inflammatory properties soothe scalp irritation and redness.
Rice water is high in vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, promoting hair growth and strength. It helps nourish the scalp, repairs damaged hair, leaving it smoother and more manageable.
Sweet Almond Oil
Sweet almond oil is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and fatty acids that nourish and moisturize the hair. It helps in improving hair elasticity, reducing frizz, and promoting overall hair health and shine
It helps to moisturize and condition the hair, reducing dryness, frizz, and split ends. Argan oil is also beneficial for promoting hair elasticity and restoring shine.
Shea butter is a natural emollient that provides deep hydration to the hair. It seals in moisture, making the hair softer, smoother, and more manageable.
Promotes hair growth and reduces hair loss. It strengthens hair follicles, increases hair density, and helps improve overall hair thickness.
It is a hair care active ingredient that targets hair follicle stem cells, stimulating hair growth and significantly reducing hair loss.
It improves blood circulation in the scalp, stimulating hair follicles and promoting hair growth. It also strengthens hair and prevents hair loss.
It has antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties that combat dandruff and other scalp irritations. It helps regulate sebum production, promoting a balanced and healthier scalp.
Tea Tree Extract
Its natural antimicrobial properties help combat dandruff and reduce scalp irritation. It also soothes and moisturizes the scalp, promoting a healthier environment for hair growth.
It regulates scalp microbiome, potently acts against dandruff, and soothes a dry and irritated scalp.
Commonly known as Turmeric, it is a powerful natural remedy for hair growth. It stimulates hair follicles, encouraging the growth of new hair and reducing hair loss.
Apricots are rich in antioxidants, including vitamin A, C and E. They help build collagen that increases skin strength and elasticity. They also heal your skin from UV damage and environmental pollutants.
Avocados are loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E. They help relieve inflammation, heal irritated and flaky skin and hydrate your hair without leaving an oily residue.
Chamomile is derived from matricaria chammilla, which has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties.
Cinnamon stimulates blood vessels and improves circulation. It reduces bad breath, toothache and protects against bacterial infections.
Cocoa butter is not just for dessert, it’s a staple for skincare products. It’s high in fatty acids and hydrates your skin, also forming a protective barrier around it to hold in the moisture. It smoothes scars, wrinkles and heals UV damage.
Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and has antimicrobial properties preventing skin infections and breakouts. It reduces chronic inflammation and helps significantly with wound healing.
European blueberries are full of vitamin B and seamlessly help maintain a good and healthy amount of hair. They promote hair growth and prevent premature greying.
Evening primrose, referred to as the ‘kings cure-all’ soothes and moisturises skin, enhances elasticity. It also enhances radiance and decreases roughness, redness, dryness and irritation.
The warming and stimulating effects of ginger increase scalp circulation, encouraging healthy hair growth. It contains antioxidants, which help fight ‘free radicals’ that damage hair cells causing thinning and loss.
Gingko increases circulation leading to an increase in hair growth and also shinier, healthier hair. Studies show that gingko increases hair volume by 70% in certain cases.
Hemp oil contains fatty acids, proteins and vitamins that offer your hair the protection it needs. It stimulates hair growth by improving circulation—moisturising considerably for a lush, full look.
The phytonutrients, minerals and vitamins present in Indian gooseberries produce collagen and stimulate growth, length and volume. They naturally hydrate your hair with their 81.2% moisture content.
Lavender has very strong antiseptic properties. It helps unclog pores and reduces inflammation, blotchiness and redness. It can also decrease hyperpigmentation in your skin.
Lemons are rich in vitamin C, which boosts hair growth and the production of collagen. The acidic nature of lemon helps tighten hair follicles, curbing hair fall. It also cleans the scalp and unclogs hair follicles.
Maple syrup gives dry hair a boost of hydration. It deeply nourishes, reinforces and repairs damaged hair.
Mint has strong antibacterial properties and contains salicylic acid. Both come together to prevent breakouts, soothe mosquito bites and unclog pores.
Olive has anti-dandruff properties and reduces split ends and frizz, acting like a serum. It makes your hair smooth and easy-to-style.
Organic flaxseed contains fibre, fat, protein and various minerals and vitamins. Its therapeutic properties help form new blood vessels, reverse damage and keep the sebaceous glands calm—promoting healthy hair and skin growth.
Peppermint is the ultimate mouth freshener. It’s very effective in killing anaerobic bacteria that cause gum diseases and oral infections. It maintains bone density, reduces inflammation and has a great, cooling sensation.
Rosehip contains fatty acids, including linoleic and linolenic acid that help keep cell walls strong so they don’t lose water. It’s a great hydrating agent that boosts collagen, reduces hyperpigmentation, scars and dark circles.