Manicure & Pedicure Kit
Complete spa at home experience. Soothes dry, cracked, calloused, and tired feet.
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Skincare for All
IHA products are unisexual and suitable for all skin types.
Made with the finest ingredients, IHA never compromises on quality.
Contains all-natural actives, extracts and essential oils. No harmful chemicals.
Manicures and Pedicures are the beauty treatments that often consist of cleaning, exfoliating and nourishing of hands and feet. It also includes cuticle care, fingernail shaping, trimming and painting. Manicures and Pedicures help the hands and feet (including nails) stay healthy and strong, and of course they also help to make your hands look beautiful! Manicures and Pedicures also include physical health benefits through hands/feet massage, which increases nourishment through increased blood flow and circulation in the hands and feet.
Aloe VeraGet to know Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is a wonder herb. It has been in medical use for centuries, specially in tropical and sub-tropical areas. The rich water content, various vitamins and minerals make aloe vera gel a potent remedy for numerous skin ailments.Benefits
- It has a cooling effect on rashes or sunburns.
- It supports the production and release of collagen.
- The water content helps hydrate and moisturise the skin.
BasilGet to know Basil
Basil leaves/Tulsi are integral part of Indian culture, be it in rituals, traditional medicine, culinary and beauty. This super herb with enormous healing properties has been used for centuries as dried powder, essential oil or herbal tea. Essential basil oil has become quite popular in the recent years and has been valued for its impressive antiseptic properties that help in curing acne breakout, eradicate skin problems, soothe skin and improve circulation.Benefits
- Unclogs skin pores.
- Purifies blood from toxins.
- Lowers the swelling of pimples.
BrahmiGet to know Brahmi
It is a small herb that grows in naturally muddy wetlands and shallow waters. This small herb has a variety of useful medical properties.Benefits
- Skin complexion enhancement.
- Soothes aggravated skin.
- Boosts hair growth.
CajeputGet to know Cajeput
Cajeput essential oil is made from distilled leaves and branches of cajeput trees. Cajeput also goes by the names of cajuput, kajuput, melaleuca cajuputi, and minyak kayu putih. The oil is primarily known for its antiseptic and analgesic qualities. It’s also considered an anti-inflammatory, which is sometimes used to help treat minor skin wounds, colds, and inflammatory skin diseases. Despite its use as a natural product, cajeput oil can be as strong as traditional medication.Benefits
- A strong anti-septic agent.
- Treats hair loss.
- Treats minor dermal cuts and wounds.
CinnamonGet to know Cinnamon
Cinnamon or dalchini is commonly found in Indian households and is favoured for its sweet and woody flavour. Since time immemorial, this condiment has played an important role in traditional medicine. It is loaded with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, making it beneficial to reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes. And while these benefits are well-known, not many know that cinnamon can give you glowing and beautiful skin.Benefits
- Enhances blood flow.
- Removes dead skin.
- Clears scar marks.
GotukolaGet to know Gotukola
Everyone loves an effective natural blend in their skincare routine. Gotu kola provides major benAlso known as Centella Asiatica, it is primarily found in sunscreen or scar-fading productsefits to your skin. This natural ingredient has been used for centuries to calm down inflammation and varicose veins.Benefits
- Promotes collagen production.
- Fights free radicals.
- Has skin firming properties.
KaranjGet to know Karanj
The most important health benefits of beech include its ability to stimulate hair growth, protect the immune system, improve the health of the skin, boost newborn health, reduce respiratory distress, prevent infections, relieve pain, detoxify the kidneys, and protect against chronic diseases.Benefits
- High anti-microbial potency.
- Gentle skin cleanser.
- Mild astringent.
KokumGet to know Kokum
Kokum butter is most often used topically as an ingredient in skincare products. Much like shea butter, it has moisturizing properties and is less likely to clog the pores than something like cocoa butter. It has a high melting point and melts slightly when it comes into contact with skin. It has the antioxidant garcinol that helps fight inflammation in the body, thus preventing puffy eyes and skin. Kokum is effective in treating dry skin as it is a very rich emollient. It heals chapped lips, cracked heels also.Benefits
- Deep moisturising agent.
- Softens thick skin areas.
- Promotes healthy skin cells.
LemonGet to know Lemon
Lemons not only taste delicious but also work wonder for your health, skin and hair. But if you are in the practice of throwing away lemon peel after squeezing the juice out of it, think again Lemon peel contains a list of vitamin, mineral and fibre like calcium, potassium and Vitamin C, which gives your body a nutritional boost. Lemon peels also have some healthy enzymes, which help us to live a healthier life. So, by throwing away the lemon peel, you are doing a great disservice to your body.Benefits
- Detoxification of dermal skin.
- Controls acne formation.
- Decreases inflammation.
MangoGet to know Mango
Made from the seeds of the mango, this creamy mango seed butter is full of antioxidants that deeply moisturize your skin and leave your skin glowing. It also boasts skin cell repair due to antioxidants which defend skin against damage caused by free radicals. Mango butter can nourish skin and hair and support overall skin health. Some forms of mango butter are also edible. Mango butter is included as an ingredient in chocolates and other snacks.Benefits
- Rich source of antioxidants.
- Rich hydrating properties.
- Reduces premature ageing.
NeemGet to know Neem
Neem Tree, also known as 'Azadirachta indica' is a tree native to India. In Sanskrit, neem is arista, which means something that is perfect, imperishable and complete. Not only its leaves, but the tree's seeds, roots and bark also contain important compounds that have many medicinal and beauty properties. The tree is supposed to denote 'good health' in our Ayurveda. Neem is best known for its anti-aging properties. Due to its antioxidant properties, neem protects the skin from harmful UV rays, pollution and other environmental factors. The vitamins and fatty acids in neem improve and maintain the elasticity of the skin, reduce wrinkles and fine lines. This make you and your skin look rejuvenated and youthful.Benefits
- Anti-fungal properties.
- Potent detoxification of skin.
- Provides gentle acne relief.
SpearmintGet to know Spearmint
Spearmint clad by the vernacular names garden mint, common mint, mackerel mint, and lamb mint, is potent herbal remedy for a host of health benefits includes enhancement of the immune system, boosting blood circulation, optimize hormonal levels, relieving stress and alleviating cardiac troubles. The goodness of menthol and strong antibacterial properties of mint leaves work as an excellent cleanser, astringent, toner, and moisturizer. Not surprisingly, mint leaves have been a constant ingredient in several beauty and skincare products, beginning from historic periods right up to present times.Benefits
- Prevents microbial build up.
- Control oil secretion.
- Rich in antioxidants.
WalnutGet to know Walnut
Walnuts are a popular food with immense health benefits, ranging from augmenting heart health to managing diabetes symptoms and preventing cancer. But what might come as a surprise to many, is the incredible uses of walnuts, for enhancing skin and hair wellness. Walnut oil is high in both vitamins and minerals. It works wonders on the skin and is highly recommended for people who want a flawless and ageless skin.Benefits
- Fights wrinkles.
- Fights hair loss.
- Promotes hair growth.