Kama’s Sutra

August 17, 2006

Kama Ayurveda bath and beauty products

You’ve tried fancy serums and detanglers. You’ve given in to the Avon and Oriflame ladies touting specially–formulated shampoos and conditioners. You’ve even had your overseas cousins smuggle in Aveda and Frederic Fekkai salon products. But nothing seems to control your hair. And the weather is only making matters worse.

But help has been right under your pretty little nose. Wash health back into your stressed tresses with Kama Ayurveda. Made in Coimbatore, these plant–based bath and beauty products contain no extra colours or fragrances. No wonder the Oberoi hotels exclusively stock Kama Ayurveda for their guests. Not to mention the Ananda Spa in Rishikesh. The brand’s complete line is available in faraway places like the Dao Spa in Cannes, France and the Neem Tree Spa in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Bringadi Intensive Hair Treatment packs a punch with sesame oil, milk, indigo and gooseberry (and it could reduce the number of hairs that get stuck in your comb when you run it through that mane of yours.) Or try the new Sanobar hair cleanser and conditioner with essential oils of cypress and orange.

After all, the best days are good hair days.

Kaaya Moksh, 75 Bhulabhai Desai Road, Opp. The American Consulate, Mumbai. Telephone: 23634733.

Good Earth Verandah & Good Earth, Raghuvanshi Mansions, Raghuvanshi Mills, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai. Telephone: 55720345.

Kama Ayurveda, 3 Jangpura Extn, Near Post Office, New Delhi. Telephone: 24328041.

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