Pure flower hydrosols from the hills, packed in glass bottles, and then inside reclaimed pinewood boxes, with filling of regenerated coir fiber from temple coconuts. May we suggest, TRULY HAND-MADE SUSTAINABLE LUXURY!
Frequently Asked Questions
Khayal sunscreen contains Zinc Oxide, reflecting UVA and UVB rays without skin absorption. Though it may initially leave a light white cast, gentle and thorough massage ensures proper absorption, preventing any visible residue.
Phenoxyethanol, a stabilizing preservative, is used in cosmetics to preserve products from microbes and we have used it as per limits set by regulations (less than 1% concentration). Shata Dhauta Ghrita has 0.7% of phenoxyethanol, which is under safe limits.
Titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a natural white pigment in cosmetics, offering brightness and opacity to lip tints. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) deems it safe as a color additive, including eye cosmetics. Whereas, In cosmetics since the early 1900s, refined iron oxides, inorganic compounds of iron and oxygen, enhance color and appearance. Although natural varieties pose contamination risks, only synthesized and refined types are legally used due to safety concerns. Iron oxides are considered safe, non-toxic, and well-tolerated even by those with sensitive skin.