Give Your Skin And Hair Care Routine An Overhaul With Oriental Botanic

Superfoods aren’t just for our diet but for our beauty routine as well. The right natural ingredients can improve the efficacy of your skin and hair care products. One brand that knows how to harness nature’s power is Oriental Botanics, an Indian skin and hair care label. Inspired by ancient Ayurvedic rituals, the PETA-approved, vegan brand uses hero ingredients like skin-soothing Aloe Vera, hair growth-boosting Red Onion extracts, and antibacterial Tea Tree oil in its formulations to tackle major beauty concerns.

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Oriental Botanics Red Onion Hair Range

According to Ayurveda, Red Onion is rich in sulfur, which helps with hair growth. Along with Red Onion extracts, the shampoo, conditioner, hair mask, and oil in this range have a blend of nourishing herbs like Amla, Curry leaves, Brahmi, and Neem. It also contains Wheat and Silk protein that combat hair fall.

Oriental Botanics Australian Tea Tree Range

Tea Tree oil is much sought after for its acne-fighting properties, and if you’re someone who’s not sure how to get on this bandwagon, this range is an excellent place to start. This nine-product range includes a toner, serum, micellar water, mask, scrub, moisturizer, and two hypoallergenic cleansers that suit all skin types. Apart from antibacterial Tea Tree oil, these formulations are packed with White Willow Bark extracts, Lavender, and Green Tea Leaf extract that calm irritated skin, and Aloe Vera and Cucumber that hydrate and cool it.

Oriental Botanics Aloe Vera Range

In the quest for a clear complexion, every skincare lover has applied Aloe Vera on their face at one point or another. Known to be an excellent skin soother and hydrator, Aloe Vera is a key ingredient in all 14 skin and body care products in this range. Along with Aloe, the formulas have Green Tea and Cucumber, and the moisturizer, gel, face wash, scrub and masks, suncare products as well as the body wash and lotion all do a great job of calming inflamed skin down in a jiffy.


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