Explore HARA Natural’s Range of Ayurvedic Cosmetics India
by Harry Patel Sales Manager
The ancient Indian system of medicines, Ayurveda
is well known throughout the world today. There are good reasons for its
popularity. It is a time-tested system that many Indians still follow. Although
not as popular as it was in ancient India, it is nevertheless still followed by
many millions of Indians. With the government push in recent years, Ayurveda
has gained more visibility and followers.
HARA Naturals brings these ancient Ayurvedic
formulations to life with its range of Ayurvedic Cosmetics India. It includes
soaps, skin care, hair care, body care, and aromatherapy products. The range
contains herbs, fruits and other natural elements that find mention in Ayurveda.
The formulations are based on Ayurvedic teachings. This is also why the HARA
Naturals products stand apart from ordinary herbal brands. It heals and
purifies the body from within even as it takes care of the external appearance.
In ancient India, the concept of using cosmetic
to improve one’s appearance was followed by both men and women. There is
evidence to show that both genders used a whole array of cosmetics. This is
unlike the modern era where it is seen as a solo area of women interest.
Moreover, taking care of one’s appearance was seen as a natural step in
It is important to understand here that Ayurveda
believes in a holistic approach. Beautification was a wide term, which includes
diet and oral hygiene as well. The Ayurvedic cosmetics had multiple purposes:
beatification, covering up one’s flaws and to remove skin imperfections. In
other words, it believed in beautifying from within.
Self beautification was dictated by both the
season and the time of the day. This was an important concept because it also
brought the user closer to nature. By using what was available in the season,
they were following the earth’s natural cycle. Grooming according to time was
also essential to see that one prepared properly for the day or night ahead.
For instance, the Ayurvedic text Ashtanga Hridaya lists 6 different
formulations for lepas (or
masks) for the six different months.
The formulations of Ayurveda were far ranging
and addressed myriad issues. For instance, hair products were meant to address
hair fall, premature graying, cleaning, conditioning and even fumigating.
Similarly, skin remedies addressed complexion problems, spots, rashes, acne,
and signs of aging. In this way the Ayurvedic remedies ensured that only did
one look good, their ailments were treated from inside.
HARA Naturals offers an extensive range of
Ayurvedic cosmetics India that cover skin care, hair care, body care, and
This range includes body butter, face wash,
toner, face spray, moisturizer, and lip balm.
- Body butter: Argan Oil Cream Body Butter, Chocolate + Honey Cream Body Butter,
Kokum or Almond + Kumkumadi Cream Body Butter, and Methi Hair Mask Cream Body
- Face wash: Bamboo Charcoal Lemon Grass Facewash, Charcoal Facewash, Neem Tea
Tree Facewash, Neem Tea Tree With Bubble Effect Facewash, Rose Verbena and Aloe
- Lip balm: Lip Balm Rose Petal and Wine Grapefruit Lip Balm
- Moisturizer: Pomegranate Moisturizer
The body butter is ideal for people with dry
skin or in dry conditions. The butter provides more intense hydration than the
average body lotion. It should be applied immediately after a bath when the
skin is slightly damp for better absorption. The face washes, made with
ingredients like activated charcoal, neem, and rose verbena are meant to
cleanse your face while reduces skin blemishes. These are a gentle cleanser
that will not strip the skin of its moisture.
The lip balms are perfect for hydrating the skin
and avoiding dry chapped lips. Full of carotenoids, these lip balms will also
leave you with rosy lips! The toner should be applied just after the face wash
and before moisturizing. The toner cleanses the face and restores the skin’s pH
balance. The face spray is meant to hydrate the skin when you are on the go or
in the middle of the day when conditions are dry.
This complete hair care range includes gel, hair
serums, hair oil, shampoo, and conditioners.
- Gel: Aloe Vera Kesari Gel, Lychee Gel, and Methi Hair Mask Gel
- Shampoo: Banana Shampoo, Charcoal Barley Shampoo, Coconut Milk Kokum
Shampoo, Coffee Clay Shampoo, Dicaloe Neem Tea Tree Shampoo, Woody Sandal
- Conditioners: Milk Protein Almond Conditioner, Moringa Conditioner, Orange Lemongrass
- Hair Oil: 18 Herbs Hair Oil, Neem Tea Tree Basil Vitamin E Hair Oil,
Sweet Almond Hair Oil, Tea Tree Mint Conditioners Sweet Almond Hair Oil
- Hair Serum: Ayurvedic Hair Serum
The shampoo cleanses the hair without stripping
the scalp of its nutrients. In fact, the shampoos, hair oils, and conditioners
are meant to nourish the scalp, promoting hair growth and slowing down the graying.
The hair serum will leave your hair looking shiny and smooth. Regular use will
promote growth, improve the health of the hair and leave them shiny and soft.
The range also includes a hair mask, which should be applied once every fortnight.
This range contains four body washes: Rosemarry
Lavender Body Wash, Power Fruit Blueberry Body Wash, Lavender Yang Yang Body
Wash, Rain Bath Mix Herbs Fruit Body Wash. Made from herbs, fruits, and
flowers, the body washes have a very pleasant fragrance. These are carefully
formulated to cleanse the body without stripping the skin of its moisture.
This range includes Massage Oils and Essential
Oils. Although not strictly under Ayurvedic cosmetics India, these oils are
known to bring a feeling of calm and peace.
This range includes a number of butter soaps. The ingredients range from cow ghee, rose petals, activated charcoal, orange, agarwood, beeswax, kaffir lime, Himalayan salt, sea buckthorn, aloe vera, Moroccan red clay, vanilla, coffee, walnut, sandalwood, and mixed fruits. The soaps are mild with a very pleasant fragrance peace.
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