Well, I looked at their website. Their homepage video is beyond tacky.<quoted text>
Well, the vaid acharya (ayurvedic physician) is an expert and has a line of well-heeled clients who swear by his treatments though he charges exorbitantly and gives individual attention to each case as each person has his/her own unique personality type. He follows certain high standards of purity as demanded by the science of ayurveda. The product is a serum and so I guess it needs dilution in water. It works amazingly well on my scalp and hair.
Forest Esentials also follows ayurveda and has sourced all its herbal recipes from the ancient Sanskrit books found in old temple vaults and in the possession of priests. Forest Essentials is not tailor-made for individual body-types but nevertheless is simply superb in a general sort of way. Please order some of their great body-care products. The Taj Mahal Palace and Tower, Taj Vivanta, Oberoi, Renaisance and other luxe hotels here employ the Forest Essentials brand in their wash rooms and wellness/beauty salons. I've bathed in neem water on a few occasions and drunk neem extracts at times. Ayurveda follows its own logic and makes use of even stringent or toxic substances that're rendered harmless after subjecting them to certain procedures.
All the prices are in rupees, which means they are not marketing to out of India. The average price for hair lotion is 780 rupees, about 15 dollars. I dont know if that is expensive or cheap since they dont tell you the volumes.
Seems like a good idea if you are India. And if you can support an up and coming Indian actress who doesnt mind lowering her sense of dignity to be noticed, all the better. But I can source local herbs here, and forgo the carbon footprint of shipping.