OUR INGRIEDENTS

Our ingredients are derived straight from nature. Each is selected for its unique qualities and are precisely combined using the science of Ayurveda for exceptional results.

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Neem

Herb used in Ayurveda for thousands of years for its anti-bacterial, antiseptic and astringent qualities. Skin purifier known for soothing properties

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Sandalwood

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years as a powerful anti-bacterial, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory

Calms and cools irritated skin


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Bringraj

Herb used in Ayurveda for thousands of years for its powerful anti-inflammatory and skin rejuvenating benefits

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Manjistha

Herb used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to help purify the skin and reduce blemishes


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Jatamansi

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years for it’s Anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties

Calming effects on the mind and body

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Turmeric Root

Herb used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to lighten and brighten the skin

Anti-inflammatory properties ease puffiness

Powerful Anti-Oxidant


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Gotu Kola

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to purify skin blemishes, reduce dark spots and build collagen

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Helichrysum

Known in Ayurveda as the “Everlasting” or “Immortal Flower”

Promotes a glowing youthful complexion

Contains diketones which can reduce age spots and lighten and brighten discolorations


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Neroli

Used in Ayurveda to improve skin elasticity, cell renewal and turnover

Wrinkle reducer

Helps skin maintain moisture

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Licorice Root

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years as a demulcent herb to bring moisturizing benefits to the skin


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Frankincense

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to soothe dry skin

Reduce signs of aging due to sun exposure

An amazing overall skin rejuvenator

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Tea Tree Oil

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years as an anti-bacterial and anti-fungal


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Lavender

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial qualities

Soothes and calms the skin and senses

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Rose

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years for its powerful skin calming and soothing properties

Uplifts the heart and mind


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Carrot Seed Oil

High in Carotenoids, a powerful skin antioxidant

Protects and moisturizes the delicate eye area while preventing free radicals and wrinkles

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Chick Pea Flour

Used in Ayurveyda for thousands of years to cleanse the skin without stripping

Removes excess oil

Tightens pores


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Rose Hip Oil

High in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins C, E, A and Beta Carotene

Penetrates into the deeper layers of the skin enhancing collagen production

Reduces fine lines and wrinkles

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Marshmallow Root

A demulcent herb used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to soothe and smooth the skin

Amazing prebiotics feed the good bacteria on your skin


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Hazelnut Oil

Dry oil for moisture without feeling greasy

High in essential fatty acids; specifically, linoleic acid, for natural blemish control

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Evening Primrose Oil

High in Omega 6 fatty acids

Penetrates deeper layers of the skin where nutrients can be readily absorbed


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Oats

High in saponins which are natural gentle cleansers that are great for removing oil, make-up and pollutants without stripping skin

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Jojoba Nut Oil

Mimics our natural sebum

Absorbs readily into the skin

Balances sebum production


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Safflower Seed Oil

High in essential fatty acids; specifically, linoleic acid for natural blemish control

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Sunflower Seed Oil

Balanced oil high in both oleic and blemish controlling linoleic acids


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Kaolin clay

Anti-inflammatory benefits

Calms acne while removing excess oil without over drying

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Lemon

Lightens and brightens skin

Natural Source of Vitamin C

Invigorates the mind


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Coconut Oil

Amazing skin moisturizer

High in Anti-Oxidants

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Sugar Cane

High in Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) a natural exfoliant

Natural humectant drawing moisture to the skin

Gentle physical exfoliant


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Whole and Goat Milk

Lactic acid, a natural Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), exfoliates dead skin cells

Rich in Lipase to help remove fat soluble impurities and Protease to help dissolve protein-based impurities

Hydrates, soothes and brightens skin

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French Green Clay

Pulls out impurities, toxins, and excess oil from clogged pores

Great skin detoxifier


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Mint

Locks in moisture and plumps the skin

Cooling and refreshing

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Sesame Seed Oil

Used in Ayurveda for thousands of years to cleanse and moisturize the skin

Balanced oil high in both oleic and linoleic acids


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Chamomile

Anti-inflammatory properties reduce puffiness

Hydrates and protects delicate skin

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Yarrow

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory known for its rejuvenating qualities


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Patchouli

Helps skin turnover and cellular renewal

Great for decongesting pores

 

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.