I have grown up in a house where my mum used natural ingredients to wash her hair and body. You know those ubtans and hair packs. She would tediously use amla, aritha and shikakai for hair care, spending hours over them. If anyone needed any endorsement of the efficacy of those natural products, they should have seen her gorgeous crowning glory and skin. But we kids, we wanted to use the fancy shampoos and soaps that were newly launched in glitzy packs and with even glitzier advertisements. I was totally taken in by Halo shampoo, back then. Also who wanted to slog with the natural ingredients. Fast forward to decades later and now I find myself switching to natural and homemade products increasingly for hair and skin care. The apple does not fall from the tree, certainly.



I recently did a review of Banjara’s face cream and body lotion and found them to be really nice. What adds to the appeal is the fact that this is a brand which uses natural ingredients in their products. God knows, with all the pollution around us, we all can do with fewer chemicals on our skin.

Banjara’s has been a popular brand, synonymous with nature and its goodness. It believes in the motto of ‘beauty without any harmful effects.’ After all, if you use natural ingredients, the end product is bound to be gentle and more effective. I have tried out Banjara’s products and quite liked their quality and efficacy. My children also use the body lotion. I think I will ask my teenage son to try out their face wash, as he has just started experiencing breakouts. Yes, this brand is safe and useful for the entire family.

Another big tick for me is that none of Banjara’s products is tested on animals. Being an animal lover and pet owner, I care about cruelty to animals and prefer not to use products that are tested on animals or use any animal ingredients.

Our culture has a rich history of using the bounty of natural resources for our benefit. Whether it is hibiscus and amla for hair oil for stronger roots and less hair fall or multani mitti and papaya for skin cleansing and rejuvenation, we have nature’s best at our disposal. Banjara’s hair oil with 10 herbs, amla and hibiscus and its Face pack with multani mitti and papaya are made of natural ingredients that are gentle on your body and give you actual results. They are also kind to our environment.


So, for those times when I don’t have time to rustle up quick recipes for my face or hair in the kitchen, I rely upon Banjara’s.

If you wish to get a free sample to try out these natural products from Banjara, you can click this link.

Pic courtesy: Antonova Ganna and vchal on Shutterstock



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9 Thoughts on “When Nature and Beauty Come Together with Banjara’s

  1. OMG! That’s exactly what my mom used too! 😀 Amla, ritha & shikakai! After her hair wash, the bathroom would be a mess and her hair would be full of bits-and-pieces of those ingredients, but when it dried, she’d just run a comb through her hair, and all the dried-up residue would fall out. And her hair would look simply amazing after that! I have a picture of her, after her typical hair-wash, on my blog: http://www.mysteriouskaddu.com/2009/02/smile.html. This is my most favorite pic of her!
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  2. Ankara, shikakai and reetha were what my mom used too! For years I had to wash my hair with that, but wanted nothing more than to use sunsilk! I now know how much more effective natural products are, though.
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  3. Amanda on March 3, 2017 at 12:47 am said:

    Thank you so much for the great post! I grew up in a family where they use natural ingredients. My late grandmother always hates using modern medicine and would rather use the traditional ways.

    I would probably give the Banjara a try, thank you!

  4. I like that they are giving away free samples. I like all their products, except the black henna, which I haven’t tried. Months ago I switched back to shikakai and am loving it.
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  5. Have heard great things about this brand. Not used any of the products myself but loved the review. Reminded me of the time my grandma/mom would spend time using traditional ingredients for skin/hair care. Gosh, I am lazy in comparison. Actually, I am just lazy, I guess.

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