Ajwain (Carom seeds) essential oil-

Deeply rooted in ayurveda, ajwain is known as a powerhouse for treating various disorders. The ajwain essential oil is no less. It is packed with goodness for the skin. It is believed to be anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-septic, anti-fungal and so much more!

Bergamot essential oil-

Bergamot Orange is a variety of the orange fruit, the tree of which is a cross between an orange and a sweet lime. For ages, it has been touted for its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties. It is mostly used to treat pimples and acne. The soothing scent of this citrus essential oil has sweet notes.

Cinnamon essential oil-

Who doesn't love the spicy scent of cinnamon? Not only does it cut the strong sweetness of other essential oils, it also gives that ZING to the overall fragrance profile. Cinnamon oil is reputed in effectively addressing mild skin rash. It is also known to slow the ageing of the skin, nourishing it and making it look fresher.

Citronella essential oil-

When used in aromatherapy, citronella essential oil is said to ward off mosquitoes and other insects, bacteria and nasty odour. However, when used in cosmetics, it is popularly known to act as an anti-bacterial essential oil which helps in keeping skin infections away, all the while enhancing the health of the skin. It is also known to moisturise the skin.

Clove essential oil-

Clove essential oil's claim to fame is its strong anti-ageing feature. It is said to help prevent sagging of the skin while keeping it youthful. Clove essential oil is also known to be a rich source of anti-oxidants. Used extensively in ayurveda, the clove essential oil is meant to thoroughly cleanse the skin, by removing dirt from deep within the pores. However, owing to its strong nature, clove oil is not suitable for sensitive skin.

Cucumber essential oil-

Nothing says cool like a cucumber. While modern day remedies suggest eating or applying parts of the vegetable on the skin, centuries ago ayurveda included cucumber and its essential oil as a part of its beauty regimen. Filled with antioxidants, the cucumber essential oil is meant to be rejuvenating and relaxing. It is said to help fight blackheads and acne on the skin. It also helps in smoothing out some of the fine wrinkles on the skin.

Eucalyptus essential oil-

Known for its purifying properties, the eucalyptus essential oil has various uses. When applied on the skin, it is believed to deeply cleanse the pores of the skin, while leaving behind a fresh, earthy fragrance. Lastly, experts also state that eucalyptus essential oil helps in moisturising the skin.

Geranium essential oil-

Geranium essential oil is popular for the calming effect it delivers. It helps in relieving mental stress and fatigue. Widely used in cosmetics owing to its comforting fragrance, the geranium essential oil packs a punch when it comes to being beneficial for the skin. A 2017 study conducted by scientists stated that this essential oil contains anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-septic properties, which helps in reducing acne breakouts, skin irritation and overall reduces the chances of skin infections.

Kumkumadi Tailum

Also known as the golden elixir, kumkumadi tailum finds its benefits deeply rooted in ayurveda. It is famous for making one's skin glow, by removing tan and any other blemishes from the body. It is also stated to lessen dark circles while also lightening any scars on the body.

Lavender essential oil-

Lavender is recognized as a moisturiser which helps in treating the dry and rough patches on your skin. It is increasingly becoming the key ingredient in cosmetics globally owing to its benefits. It is reported to help fight acne and reduce acne scarring, redness and blotchy patches. Additionally, it is also known to reduce wrinkles. Lastly, lavender essential oil detoxifies your skin and nourishes it.

Lemon essential oil-

Lemons are always known to be great at removing excess oil from your skin, so it is but natural that its essential oil would have the same quality. It is believed to remove dirt from your pores making your skin glow. However, its strong astringent nature makes it unsuitable for sensitive and dry skin.

Lemongrass essential oil-

Who doesn't love the fragrance of lemongrass? Refreshing and invigorating, this essential oil is popular for its ability to stimulate the mind and body. Not only does it act as a natural deodorant, but it also has a reputation of keeping skin infections at bay, thanks to its anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties.

Orange essential oil-

This citrusy essential oil works wonders for your skin. It is said to cleanse your skin thoroughly, remove dirt deep from your pores and make you radiant. What’s more, the fragrance helps relieve stress after a long and tiring day. Orange you glad we use it in our soaps?

Patchouli essential oil-

The sheer abundance of benefits in patchouli essential oil makes its weight worth in gold. Literally! Hundreds of years ago, the Euopean traders used to trade patchouli for gold. Still dont believe us? Pharaoh Tutankhamun, also known as King Tuk, was buried with 10 gallons of patchouli essential oil! For centuries, this essential oil has been celebrated for its anti-fungal, antiseptic, astringent and other varied features. It acts as a tonic for your skin, by keeping the skin tight, moisturised and eliminating bad odour. Moreover, it helps in relieving anxiety after a stressful day.

Peppermint essential oil-

The mention of peppermint's healing properties date back to the ancient Greek, European, Chinese and Japanese civilizations. It is often used as an integral part of beauty regimes. One of the coolest essential oils, peppermint is perfect to use in the hot summers! It helps in cleansing the sweat and dirt accumulated on the skin, and promises to keep the body and soul refreshed throughout the day.

Rosemary essential oil-

Yes, you read that right. Though rosemary is a popular herb used in food, rosemary essential oil has been attributed with several health benefits. The sharp notes of the essential oil help in easing anxiety and often puts you in a better mood.

Saffron essential oil-

Ayurveda boasts of Saffron's amazing quality to clear and repair the skin. The spice is known to be a powerhouse of anti-oxidants. A study conducted in 2018 proved that Saffron helped in reducing inflammation and helped the participants in achieving an even skin tone.

Sandalwood essential oil-

Sandalwood essential oil is popular as a good anti-septic agent. Its most commonly known benefits also include reducing the signs of early skin ageing, getting rid of inflammation, lessening stress and more. The sweet aroma of the oil acts as a natural deodorant.

Tea Tree essential oil-

The tea tree essential oil is derived from the tree bearing the same name which is native to Australia. This essential oil is known to help in treating itchy skin and soothing inflamed skin. It also helps in combating oily skin and keeps your skin refreshed.

Ylang Ylang essential oil-

Ylang ylang essential oil is usually made from the flowers of cananga tree. It is most famous for being used in Chanel 5 perfume. It’s distinguishing feature is its mood enhancing capabilities. Not only does the fragrance refreshes your mind, but it also works as an aphrodisiac. Moreover, the ylang ylang oil encourages the formation of new skin while balancing the production of oil on the skin. 

Green Leaf aroma oil-

A combination of various essential oils, the green leaf aroma oil is perfect to revitalise your senses. With its fresh and earthy fragrance, the green leaf aroma oil is known for its stress-relieving benefits and is guaranteed to take your mind on a stroll in the jungle, without actually having to leave your house!

Jasmine aroma oil-

The white, pure flower jasmine is probably one of the most fragrant flowers to ever grow. Its sweet, romantic scent not only reduces your fatigue, but it also acts as an aphrodisiac. Additionally, strong jasmine scent is said to induce sleep, now who wouldn't want that after a long and tiring day?

Rose aroma oil-

The symbol of eternal love, rose is the perfect flower to be a part of your skincare regime. To say rose oil has been used globally in cosmetics would be a gross understatement. Though it is no longer considered as a luxurious scent, the lush fragrance of the flower is enough to wash your stress away while cleansing and nourishing your skin.

White Oudh aroma oil-

Made from agarwood, the mention of agarwood oil or white oudh oil can be found in the scriptures of the old world. From being Lord Krishna's favourite scent, to being Buddha's scent of nirvana, white oudh has an in depth history in spirituality. Hence, it is safe to say that white oudh oil is one of the most expensive oils in the world, often commanding a higher price than the metal gold.

Apricot carrier oil-

Rich in Vitamin E, Apricot oil is known to moisturise dry and sensitive skin. It is also said to help maintain the elasticity of the skin, keeping it supple and soft. It also contains OMEGA 6 and OMEGA 9 acids which work at strengthening the skin barrier.

Avocado carrier oil-

Avocado's benefits were acknowledged millions of years ago, around 5000 B.C. in Mexico. The Mexicans used it not only in food, but also for cosmetic and medicinal purposes as well. Avocado carrier oil is known for being rich in vitamins and thus, it keeps the skin hydrated and regenerates the skin cells. It is also popularly used to diminish scars, spots and other blemishes.

Cedarwood carrier oil-

This woody carrier oil is reputed to guard the skin against pollution in the environment. It shields the skin from harmful toxins. Cedarwood oil is also popular for helping reduce the outbreak of acne and lastly, is known to be a perfect solution for dry skin.

Jojoba carrier oil-

Jojoba carrier oil is reputed as one of the most versatile carrier oils. It is marketed as an oil that keeps the skin, healthy, supple, clear and cleansed. It is known to help in rejuvenating the skin, while also soothing inflammation and redness on the skin. Additionally, it is also believed that this carrier oil's anti-septic properties can help eliminate bacteria on the skin.

Mango fragrance oil

Green Apple fragrance oil

Strawberry fragrance oil

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