• Mughal Beauty Secrets

    At a time when men rode horses over the vastness of an Arabian desert, and women sat in palanquins behind them…when kings and queens governed the most fertile and precious continent on Earth…when women were said to be so beautiful and alluring in appearance in manner that love itself hinted at the genesis of formidable paradises carved from white marble that people from all over the world would pay homage to it in their artwork and textbooks, and travel hundreds of miles to visit and marvel at…

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  • Why Do We Use Wildcrafted Botanicals?

    We use the term “wildcrafted” frequently when it comes to describing the ingredients in our skincare and haircare. Wildcrafted is often used alongside “organic” or “natural”, however the properties of wildcrafted botanicals are rare and these special plant extracts can ramp up the antioxidant profile of your skin and haircare regime in a very unique way.

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  • INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT: Moringa

    Moringa is one of our favourite ingredients to work with a member of the holy trinity that runs throughout out line: our signature blend of edelweiss, moringa and Himalayan wild cherry oil. It’s been used in Indian beauty for centuries, but western brands are only know waking up to its benefits for hair and skin. […]

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  • Haircare for Aging Hair

    Sulfate-based surfactants like Sodium Lauryl Sulphate further irritate the scalp by over-drying the remainder of oil and nutrition being produced. These days, many beauty connoisseurs as well as health-conscious individuals are aware of this risk, and will opt, therefore, for sulfate-free varieties. Sulfates, as used in soaps in general, provide the lather and ‘bubbly’ texture which is needed to cleanse the hair and skin of dirt and excess oil and bacteria.

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  • INGREDIENT SPOTLIGHT: Amla

    Amla, or Indian gooseberry, is a century old secret to healthy hair due to its nutrient-rich fruits. It has been a common ingredient in the ancient practice of Ayurveda. This humble fruit is one of the most important foods in Ayurvedic medicine and is a storehouse of good health. It has almost twice the antioxidant power of acai berry and about 17 times that of the pomegranate. It is also known to be a rich source of vitamin C.

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