It is said that perfectly shaped eyebrows highlight one's face and personality. And who doesn't want long & soft eyelashes? It is never too late to build a routine for healthy & lusty eyebrows & eyelashes. And we are here with a very simple & effective way you can do it.
Hair porosity is a term that’s used to describe your hair’s ability to soak up and retain moisture. It is not something that we frequently talk about. But, without a doubt, it should be. Learning about the porosity level of your hair can be a game-changer & will help you understand how much moisture it needs, what products to use & how to use them.
We believe in the goodness that nature has to offer to us! Therefore, when we suggest hair cleansing, you know we’re talking about 100% natural & pure products that don't contain any chemicals or toxins that can cause damage to your beautiful locks.
You know when you finally get rid of your acne, but are left back with it's scars that just absolutely makes things worse? Yeah, we know the pain.It is important & necessary to treat them so you can have your clear & flawless skin back! But to get your hands on the correct products that will help you to identify the exact type of scars you have!
Are you hearing the term Co-washing for the first time? Are you confused or thinking what it means? We've got you!
Ingredients, botanicals, and the products we use hold an important place for us. From the farm to the time these ingredients go into the product, a meticulous check is done to ensure that the best of the lot is being used. Your hair & skin deserves only the best & the purest ingredients! Read to know more about how Onion works to give your hair the care it deserves!
Oil pulling is an Ayurvedic practice that helps improve oral hygiene. The word pulling refers to how the practice results in toxins being pulled from the mouth. Oil pulling involves swishing the oil in your mouth for a period of between five minutes and 15 minutes.
Pigmentation refers to the colouring of the skin. Skin pigmentation disorders cause changes to the colour of your skin. Melanin is made by cells in the skin and is the pigment responsible for your skin’s color. Vitamin C—also known as ascorbic acid—is a water-soluble nutrient that plays an important role in keeping your skin healthy thanks to its antioxidant & anti-pigmentary properties.
Over the years, premature greying of hair has become a cause of concern for young people. It’s not uncommon anymore to see people in their early 20s with a mop of grey on their head. While greying of hair is caused when your hair follicles cease to produce melanin — the pigment that gives hair its colour, the reasons for the early onset of this remains a major worry for most.