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INCI: Alkanna Tinctoria

• Source of Origin: Wildcrafted, India.
• The species are hispid or pubescent herbs, with oblong, entire leaves, and bracteated racemes, rolled up before the flowers expand.
• The corolla is rather small, between funnel and salver-shaped; usually purplish-blue, but in some species yellow or whitish; the calyx enlarges in fruit.
• The root, which is often very large in proportion to the size of the plant, yields in many of the species a red dye from the rind

INCI:Phaseolus angularis

• Adzuki beans can also be used as a skin exfoliator
• Adzuki beans are also known for reducing skin infections and alleviating swellings
• Brightening skin

INCI: Ocimum Basilicum

• Source of Origin: Homegrown
• Basil, in the form of leaves as well as essential oil, has been used in the beauty regimen of Indian women since time immemorial.
• It is known to have antibacterial, antibiotic, and anti-fungal properties

INCI: Calendula officinalis

• Source of Origin: Calendula Flower Whole, Egypt
• Carotenoids provide the distinct yellow to orange of the petals, which have been found to be anti-inflammatory.
• They are used whole or cut in toiletries such as scrubs, soaps or bath salts.

INCI: Cinnamomum cassia

• Source of Origin: Southeast Asia
• Used in embalming mixtures, ancient Indian Ayurvedic healers introduced the aromatic herb to the Egyptians

INCI: Arnica Montana

• Source of Origin: Arnica Flower Whole, Germany
• Arnica is found in Europe from Scandinavia to southern parts of Europe, as well as in southern Russia and central Asia.
• It is also found in the Pyrenees, Siberia, Canada, and the northwestern US.
• This aromatic, perennial grows to about a foot high, producing downy, egg-shaped leaves and bright yellow, daisy-like flowers, which are harvested when in full bloom.
• The rhizomes are unearthed after the plant has died back in the fall

INCI: India Pale Ale, Saison

• Source of Origin: Sorachi Ace, Brooklyn Brewery
• Beer is a soothing cleanser which helps to dissolve dead skin cells and increase the elasticity of the skin.
• It contains B vitamins, hops, saccharides, and yeast which are beneficial to the skin in many ways.
• When added with lime juice it also helps to clear blocked pores and lighten the brown spots.

INCI: Camellia sinensis

• Source of Origin: Calendula Flower Whole, Egypt
Black tea contains vitamins (B2, C, E), minerals (magnesium, potassium, zinc), some essential oils, polyphenols and tannins.
• Due to a high content of polyphenols, it can be use as a natural antioxidant that neutralize free radicals and promote longevity.
• Polyphenols and tannins in black tea accelerate skin regeneration.


• Skin Exfoliation
• Skin Softening
• Cellulite Reduction
• Treating Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes
• Anti-Oxidation
• Skin Tightening
• Skin Brightening
• Anti-Inflammation