ASHTAPATHY DEVATHALI SOAP
“Leaf Soap that can be used on hair and skin”
This is a refreshing herbal soap with the nourishing goodness of betel leaves.Other than effectively removing impurities from hair, it maintains and balances hair moisture.Also a natural cleanser that removes dandruff and treats split ends and makes hair shiny and healthy.The Leaf soap looks after skin too. Moisturizing, whilst keeping skin smooth and clear.
● Protects against dandruff
● Treats split ends
● Smoothens skin
Betel leaves can work effectively to treat any type of skin infections caused due to bacteria or fungus. Using the extract of these leaves on acne regularly is sure to make it subside with time. The mild anti-septic property of these leaves also helps in preventing skin breakouts and allergies, treating skin ulceration and body odour.
The antioxidants in hibiscus slow down ageing of cells thus deem it as the secret to eternal youth. Hibiscus has natural anti-inflammatory substances including Vitamin C that prevents acne and clears its marks. Its oil benefits hair, strengthening roots and preventing breakage. The essence is used to darken hair colour and is touted as a natural remedy against graying hair.
OCIMUM SANCTUM (TULSI)
A plant that’s found in most Indian households, Tulsi makes the most organic solution for skin problems. It is endowed with antiseptic and purifying qualities that prevent acne, lighten scars, thwart blackheads, add glow to the face, heal inflammation, tighten pores and treat skin diseases, wounds, cuts and burns.
ECLIPTA ALBA (BRINGARAJ)
The Bringaraj prevents hair fall, premature greying, strengthens the hair roots, conditions the hair well, prevents split ends, stimulates hair growth, prevents baldness, premature greying and alopecia – in short everything that is needed for healthy hair. Its juice is very effective for treating cracked heels and minor skin allergies.
TERMINALIA CHEBULA (HARITAKI)
This fruit commonly called Haritaki, Harad (Hindi), Kadukkai (Malayalam,Tamil), Karakkaya (Telugu) , Ink Nut( English). The mother of herbs, as it called,treats a wide variety of diseases. It is one of the three ingredients of the famous triphala which signifies its importance in ayurveda. Haritaki can be used for different hair problems, maintaining healthy hair and to control hair loss.
Terminalia bellirica, known as “Bibhitaki” or bastard myrobalan: Vibhitaka (Sanskrit) Behada (Marati), Thannikka (Malayalam). Bibhitaki means the fruit that takes away the fear of disease. It is one of the three ingredients that make up the triphala in ayurveda. Bibhitaki is a very useful remedy for hair fall, also prevents Dandruff and Lice infection. It also fights skin allergies.
PHYLLANTHUS EMBLICA (AMLA)
Also knows as the Amla, it is a powerful antioxidant agent that protects the body from free radicals, reduces cells damage, controls ageing, cancer and other diseases. Amla is known to strengthen roots and thereby act as an excellent remedy for hair loss, dandruff, irritation of scalp and premature graying.
Aloe vera has been touted by many as their go-to moisturizer. Regular application of Aloe Vera reduces signs of aging, fights acne, lightens blemishes, reduces stretch marks, calms sunburns and reduces tan. It is also used to treat external wounds and insect bites. The gel that is found on the inside of this plant is cooling and soothing effect.
NIGELLA SATIVA (BLACK CUMIN SEEDS)
As an anti-parasitic ingredient, black cumin seeds are used to cure skin conditions such as allergies, eczema, acne, psoriasis and boils. It replenishes the skin’s texture as they are highly rich in essential fatty acids like linoleic and linolenic acids which are essential as they are not produced by the body.
Coconut oil is famous throughout the world not only as an edible oil and hair tonic, but also as an excellent massage oil for the skin This natural oil, without any chemical or additives, protects the skin in some of the sunniest places on earth better than our processed sun creams.