Nourishing Body Oil – 100ml
The perfect mix of herbs for instant nourishment, hydration, and replenishing of your skin.
Our experience with fragrances make IHA products soothing to the core.
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.
Replenish, restore, tone and revitalize your body with The Nourishing Body Oil. It is a perfect blend of nourishing & stimulating herbal extracts and oils to replenish and rehydrate your skin, and at the same time it enlivens your mood and soothes the senses. Great for all skin conditions, it maintains the skin's natural hydration and vibrancy for a smooth natural glow.
AvocadoGet to know Avocado
While avocado oil is best known for its uses in cooking, it can also contribute to skin care. The oil is an ingredient in many types of creams, moisturizers, and sunscreens. Avocado oil is loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D, and E.Benefits
- Helps in skin cell regeneration.
- Reduces redness and inflammation.
- Helps maintain skin elasticity.
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.
GingerGet to know Ginger
Ginger is packed with more than 40 antioxidants that are said to fight the telltale signs of ageing. Not only does ginger help your skin by flushing out toxins, it also encourages blood circulation. Other benefits include reducing the damage that is caused thanks to free radicals and making the skin more taut.Benefits
- High anti-septic properties.
- Reduces skin pigmentation.
- Softens skin complexion.
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.
LinseedGet to know Linseed
Flaxseed, otherwise known as linseed, is a blue flowering plant primarily grown in Canada. The benefits of flax have been utilized for thousands of years—the grain was among one of the first crops to be grown in human civilization, and historical texts show that people have been eating it since as early as 1200 BC. According to Ayurvedic principles, flaxseed has a number of different benefits including balancing skin pH, improving elasticity, treating dryness, and removing blemishes.Benefits
- Hydrates and nourishes skin.
- Soothing for dry skin.
- Minimises skin irritation.
OliveGet to know Olive
Olive oil is that magical, multi-purpose ingredient, which is used across lifestyle spectrums for benefits – from nutrition and health to skin and hair. Its unique composition and properties make it ideal for skincare. Olive oil contains plenty of antioxidants such as oleic acid and squalene that help in protecting the skin from the harmful impact of free radicals, which tend to hasten the process of skin ageing. It maintains the skin’s elasticity and tends to keep it smooth, supple, and glowing. It contains vitamin E, flavonoids, and polyphenols which enhance the skin cell turnover making your skin healthy and glowing from within.Benefits
- Helps reduce blemishes.
- Anti-bacterial & Anti-inflammatory.
- A deep skin emmolient.
Orange PeelGet to know Orange Peel
Oranges are the most produced citrus fruit on the planet, with around 50% of all citrus fruits produced being an orange or related to an orange such as a clementine or mandarin. When you squeeze orange peel a liquid sprays out - this is the essential oil which is locked in the skin. Sweet orange essential oil has a very sweet smelling scent, compared to its cousin the bitter orange. Orange essential oils have antibacterial qualities. Orange essential oils is mainly made up of something called d-limonene, which is a compound commonly found in the peel of citrus fruits. D-limonene has been shown to be an excellent antibacterial agent.Benefits
- Anti-fungal properties.
- Anti-inflammatory properties.
- Reduces bacterial buildup.
PrimroseGet to know Primrose
Evening primrose oil has many properties that are beneficial to the health of your skin. Not only does evening primrose oil moisturise and soothe, it can enhance the texture and elasticity of skin, addressing dryness, irritation, roughness and wrinkles. Evening primrose oil is made up of a number of different beneficial constituents, including omega-6 acids, omega-9 acids, and stearic acid. The key ingredients in evening primrose oil are essential fatty acids that help strengthen the skin barrier and reduce moisture loss.Benefits
- Locks moisture in the skin.
- Enhances elasticity of skin.
- Heals nerve damage.
Rice BranGet to know Rice Bran
Rice bran oil is used as a dressing in salads. It is not only great for cooking but is also widely used as a natural skin care product. It is quite rich in various vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. For those wondering, rice bran is the outer layer of rice grain. Rich in antioxidants and packed with Vitamins B and E, Rice Bran Oil is quickly becoming a major player in the world of skin care. rice bran contains high levels of Vitamins B and E, and is an excellent hydrator and anti-ager. It also contains squalene, which occurs naturally in human sebum (the oils in our skin that keep us hydrated and maintain the skin’s protective barrier). Rice Bran Oil’s fatty acids and other nutrients, meanwhile, provide excellent anti-aging properties while protecting against environmental pollution and UV rays. Powerful but easily absorbed, Rice Bran Oil provides serious hydration without clogging pores.Benefits
- Nourishes hair strands.
- Protects from UV damage.
- Keeps the skin young.
SunflowerGet to know Sunflower
Sunflowers are synonymous with happiness and mental well-being. Besides this, they also pack a punch with their extracts being used across beauty products to provide the skin with vitamins and protein. The primary benefit of sunflower oil for skin, is that it is rich in vitamin E, which is a natural emollient, and essential to moisturise the skin thoroughly. Also, thanks to its exposure to the sun, you’ll get enough vitamin D from this magical flower – and underrated but much-needed vitamin in skin health.Benefits
- Deep skin moisturisation.
- Retains skin's hydration.
- Anti-inflammatory effect.
Sweet AlmondGet to know Sweet Almond
Almonds are incredibly nutritious and satisfying. Adding almonds to a dish instantly ups its taste and visual appeal. Lately, even the oil extracted from these nuts is gaining popularity. It is a common ingredient in medications and cosmetic products. Almond oil is extracted from almonds – which are the edible seeds of the almond tree (called Prunus dulcis). Almond trees come in both sweet and bitter varieties. Almond oil can rejuvenate the skin and improve your complexion. These properties might help reduce acne scars.Benefits
- Heavy moisturising properties.
- Boosts blood circulation.
- Improves hair and scalp health.