Coconut Oil

Coconut oil contains lauric acid, a fatty acid that, unlike other fatty acids, can penetrate deep into the hair shaft. Coconut oil absorbs into your hair quickly, providing moisture to tame frizz and heal breakage.

Benefits Moisturising hair and protect the hair from damage.


Sesame Oil

Sesame oil is rich in healthy fatty acids like omega-3 and omega-6. These are considered essential fats that your body needs to get from your diet. Sesame oil helps to soften your hair and make the strands of your hair look smoother.

Benefits Hair growth & fights dandruff


Black Seed Oil

Black seed oil naturally restores hair growth in thinning areas due to its high concentration of thymoquinone, a powerful antihistamine. Antihistamines are often prescribed to alopecia patients to help regrow hair. It helps to make hair healthy, soft, hydrated and shiny with consistent use.

Benefits Stimulates hair growth, prevents thinning of hair, premature greying, and reduces flakiness of scalp.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil contains omega-3s, essential fatty acids, zinc, vitamin E, Vitamin K, and phytosterol — which is great for collagen production. Pumpkin Seed Oil is a great hair moisturizer that nourishes hair follicles and can promote hair thickness

Benefits  Promotes hair thickness, nourishes hair.


Almond Oil

Almond oil is rich of B-7, or biotin and contains natural SPF 5. It has hydrating and nourishing properties that make our hair healthy.

Benefits Protect from sun damage, soften and strengthen hair.


Moringa Oil

Moringa oil is high in antioxidants and fatty acids, making it a moisturizing, anti-inflammatory option for hair. Regular use of Moringa oil on your hair can actually help you gain stronger hair.

Benefits– Strengthens your hair and balance moisture levels in the hair



Castor Oil

Castor oil is rich in vitamin E, as well as fatty acids, which are some of the vital ingredients to hair health. Massaging your scalp with castor oil helps make the roots stronger and prevent hair fall. Applying fats like castor oil to the hair on a regular basis helps lubricate the hair shaft, increasing flexibility and decreasing the chance of breakage. Castor oil can benefit those who experience dandruff.

Benefits Increases overall hair health, strengthens hair and reduces breakage.


Neem Oil

Neem oil is a naturally occurring pesticide found in seeds from the neem tree. Neem oil contains several fatty acids—linoleic acid, oleic acid, and stearic acid—all good to nourish the scalp and hair.

Benefits – Promote healthy hair growth, minimize greys, treat head lice & reduce dandruff.




Orange Essential Oil

Orange essential oil is extracted from the rind of the sweet orange, Citrus sinensis. The essential vitamins in orange oil provide deep nourishment to your hair follicles, making them thick and strong.

Benefits – Treats dry, irritated scalp and eliminates dandruff


Cedarwood Essential Oil

Cedarwood essential oil has a woodsy scent. It’s extracted from many varieties of cedar and juniper trees. Massaging your scalp with a mixture of cedarwood oil and a carrier oil may also help reduce and soothe an itchy, flaking scalp.

Benefits – Improve scalp conditions and improve hair growth.


Ginger essential Oil

Ginger oil is extracted from the ginger rhizome after a distillation process. Like other essential oils, it’s very concentrated. Ginger helps improve the circulation of the scalp while also stimulating each hair follicle, which in turn promotes natural hair growth.

Benefits – Stimulate hair follicle and promote hair growth.


Lavender Essential Oil

Lavender essential oil recently gained attention for stimulating hair growth. Essential oils are increasingly popular home remedies. Among them, lavender has become a widespread essential oil favourite.

Benefits – Promotes hair growth and prevent bacteria and fungi in scalp.


Peppermint Essential Oil

Peppermint oil contains compounds called pulegone and mentone, both of which are known to strengthen hair roots. With its stimulating properties, the oil easily penetrates deep in the scalp and stimulates your hair follicles. Increasing circulation with a vasodilator like peppermint could potentially improve hair growth and prevent some hair loss. Peppermint menthol also imparts a freshened smell and tingly sensation on the skin and scalp.

Benefits – Solves dry scalp problems, strengthens the roots and accelerates hair growth.


Rosemary Essential Oil

Increasing circulation with a vasodilator like peppermint could potentially improve hair growth and prevent some hair loss. Peppermint menthol also imparts a freshened smell and tingly sensation on the scalp.

Benefits  Improve hair growth, reduce hair loss, stimulates scalp.


Ylang Ylang Essentail Oil

Ylang Ylang Essential Oil is extracted from the flowers of Cananga odorata (Ylang Ylang) by steam distillation. Ylang ylang contains linalool, a compound which has antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. It can stimulate sebum production in a dry scalp. As lack of enough oil and sebum causes hair to become dry and brittle, ylang-ylang can improve hair texture and reduce hair breakage

Benefits – Improve hair texture and reduce hair breakage.


Tea Tree Essential Oil

Tea tree essential oil can be used to unclog hair follicles and nourish your roots. This oil has antibacterial properties that benefit the scalp and treats dandruff.

Benefits – Longer and Thicker Hair, improves overall scalp health, battle against dandruff and hair lice


Holy Basil Essential Oil

Holy Basil or Tulsi, this is one of the most prominent herbs in the Indian subcontinent. Holy basil essential oil is enriched with vitamins and flavonoids that help maintain healthy hair. And the most revered too – for the benefits of basil are that potent. It is considered an important ingredient in herbal hair loss treatment. The herb works by strengthening the hair roots, thereby curbing hair fall

Benefits – Rejuvenates hair follicles, keeps scalp cool, and promotes circulation to your scalp.


Basil Essential Oil

Basil Essential oil is extremely beneficial to promotes hair growth and increases scalp circulation. The magnesium in basil helps protect hair from breakage, and its anti-inflammatory properties help soothe the roots. Basil adds luster to dull hair.

Benefits: Treats hair loss/thinning, promotes hair growth and increase scalp circulation.