Enjoy a refreshing experience of orange, lemon, honey and lemongrass from head to toe.
As the herb is packed with vitamin A and C, it works hard to keep your skin and hair glossy. However, beyond that it also has astringent properties which helps to minimise your pores as well as keep your oil levels balanced – cutting back on those pesky pimples. With its antimicrobial and antiseptic properties, many use it for scalp conditions, namely scalp inflammation. Some aromatherapists believe that lemongrass oil can actually strengthen the hair follicles. It is known to fight hair loss and when combined with rosemary and lavender it is a great hair treatment.
Antioxidants found in Oranges fight free radicals which may slow down the production of wrinkles and stop premature aging. Oranges have a high content of citric acid which aids in skin exfoliation and helps to dry out acne, improving the overall look of your skin. Oranges for hair can help to alleviate an oily scalp as well as lessen dandruff. They also promote the strength of hair and lessen hair loss. Sweet orange essential oil can be used along with the juice and ground peels of the orange fruit.
Cucumbers are loaded with lots of nutrients like water, potassium, sulfate and vitamins A and C that soothe skin conditions like sunburns. Cucumber juice is extremely good for your hair. It contains silicon and sulphur which collectively stop hair fall, and promote healthy hair.
Lemons provide a dose of the free radical fighting antioxidant vitamin C, which helps keep skin even toned and helps boost the body’s immune system. It can be used as a skin astringent as it helps motivate your pores to close and your face to tighten resulting in smoother skin. The vitamin C also improves the rate at which your hair grows by boosting the production of collagen. The acidic nature of lemon helps tighten the hair follicles, curbing hair fall, helping to clean the scalp and unclog hair follicles.
Plus since they have astringent and antibacterial properties, they are especially wonderful for people with oily and acne-prone skin types. Rose extracts are high in vitamin C so they help to stimulate collagen and are high in vitamin E so it’s very moisturizing. Rose water has been said to stabilize hair’s pH balance because its pH is similar to that of hair. Some say it can aid in repairing hair’s damaged porosity. It acts as an anti-inflammatory, and with its natural antiseptic properties, it can reduce or lessen dandruff caused by fungal infections.
The antioxidants and vitamin C in gooseberry (Amla), help to brighten your skin. This fruit also helps to tone and tighten your skin and make it firm and soft. Massaging your scalp with amla oil helps boost blood circulation. This, in turn, optimizes nourishment to your follicles and increases hair growth. Along with vitamin C, amla is also extremely rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help keep hair follicles healthy by fighting off the damage-causing free radicals.
Soothes Your Scalp. A healthy scalp is literally the foundation for healthy hair growth.It also, prevents grays, prevents lice, adds shine and cleanses your hair and nourishes the follicles.
Orange Lemongrass Face Wash deeply cleanse pores.
Orange Lemongrass Body Wash soothes and relaxes body.
Lemon Honey Shampoo keeps scalp clean and unclog hair follicles.