Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers. Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers.
Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers.

Coconut oil in your hair, turmeric on your face: Ayurveda isn’t just medicine or food – thanks to the Indian beauty market, make-up and skincare are Ayurvedic too

  • One of the first home-grown Ayurveda beauty brands to make a name for itself was Lotus Herbals, which has a sun protection range based on Ayurvedic principles
  • Kama Ayurveda, launched in 2002, offers pure, holistic treatments for skin, hair, body and wellness. Millennials are increasingly open to trying their products

Topic |   Beauty
Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers. Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers.
Indian beauty companies such as Kama Ayurveda are harnessing Ayurvedic health science, with its 5,000 years of tradition, to appeal to customers.
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