Sourced from plants, anthi: utilises the restorative powers of nature for potent anti-thinning solutions. No harsh chemicals or toxins, all anthi: products contains actives that are safe and effective. We bring you the nutritive powers of nature treated and processed with great care for an effective anti-thinning solution.

Our ingredients are free from harsh chemicals

  • SLS/SLES free

  • Pthalates free

  • Silicone free

  • Paraben free

  • No added colors/synthetic fragrances

  • Aloe Vera

    Aloe vera contains vitamins A, C, and E that are important for cell turnover resulting in healthy cell growth and shiny hair. These properties help strengthen and repair hair strands for a lustrous look. Folic acid and vitamin B-12, the other vitamins contained in aloe vera gel helps prevent hair loss.

  • Amla

    Amla is a natural immunity booster (rich in Vitamin C) making it one of the most preferred hair care ingredient. It is loaded with essential fatty acids which strengthen hair follicles and delays premature greying. The high iron content and the presence of potent antioxidants - ellagic, gallic acid and carotene content - improves blood circulation around the scalp thereby stimulating hair growth, thickening hair and also providing relief from dry, itchy scalp.

  • Argan

    Native to Morocco, the argan tree is renowned for its oil-rich seeds that serve as the source of argan oil. This oil is abundant in various bioactive components such as vitamin E, antioxidants, and fatty acids, making it a popular ingredient in skincare and haircare products. Argan oil is known for its ability to provide moisture and hydration to hair, which helps prevent dryness and breakage. The fatty acids in argan oil also aid in improving hair texture, resulting in more manageable and smoother hair.

  • Bergamot Essential Oil

    Bergamot essential oil is produced by cells inside the rind of a bergamot orange fruit. It also softens and tame curls while soothing an irritated scalp.

  • Babassu

    A type of palm tree whose seeds are used to produce Babassu Oil. The oil is rich in healthy fats and antioxidants (Vitamin E) which are compounds that can help in reducing damage at the cell level caused by harmful free radicals. It is known to add moisture and volume to dry, flat and dull hair without weighing it down. Babassu oil also has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that makes it good for skin and hair.

  • Bhringaraj

    Bhringaraj (Eclipta alba) is a herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to promote hair growth, improve hair thickness, and prevent hair loss. It is also known as "false daisy" in English. The plant is native to India and is also found in other parts of Southeast Asia. In Ayurvedic medicine, Bhringaraj is often used in the form of an oil or powder to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. It is believed to nourish the hair follicles, strengthen the hair shaft, and improve scalp health.

  • Brahmi

    Brahmi is a herb that has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries. It is also known as water hyssop or thyme-leaved gratiola. The plant is native to India but is also found in other parts of the world, including North America and Australia. Brahmi is considered to be an adaptogenic herb, that helps the body cope with stress and promotes overall wellness. It has been traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine to support healthy hair growth and prevent hair loss. It is believed to work by nourishing hair follicles and improving blood circulation to the scalp.

  • Common Sage

    Sage is a powerhouse of nutrients such as vitamin K, magnesium, zinc, copper and other vitamins A, C and E. The herb helps in reducing hair thinning and protects the health of the scalp thanks to the antioxidant properties of the flavonoids.

  • Chamomile

    Chamomile helps eliminate and prevent dandruff, soothe scalp irritation and promotes healthier and shinier hair. The anti-inflammatory compounds present in chamomile extract help alleviate itchy, dry scalp that lead to dandruff.

  • Capsicum

    Capsicum contains potent antioxidants like vitamin C, vitamin E, other vitamins and minerals like vitamin K1 , vitamin A, Folate and Potassium. This nutritional powerhouse helps prevent hair loss and helps grow thicker, fuller hair

  • Common Nettle

    Nettle contains vitamins, minerals and bioactive compounds necessary for healthy hair. The increase of 5 alpha reductase enzyme causes hair follicles to shrink and triggers hair loss. Nettle inhibits the 5 alpha reductase enzyme and acts on the hair follicles preventing hair loss.

  • Common Hop

    HumulusLupulus, known as hop, has been in use in various herbal medicines since the 11th century. The plant extract is rich in flavonoids and is a potent antioxidant. It promotes a healthy scalp, stimulates hair growth, and reduces hair loss.

  • Coconut

    Coconut is a rich source of nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats, and is used in as a popular ingredient in many hair care and skin care products. The oil extracted from coconut is extensively used in hair care as it is known to moisturize and improve hair texture. It is also known to be a natural emollient that helps moisturize and soothe dry skin

  • Cedarwood

    Cedarwood essential oil is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries for its many hair care benefits. It promotes hair growth, thickens hair, and makes hair more lustrous. Cedarwood oil may help to slow down or prevent hair loss by improving circulation, reducing inflammation, and balancing the scalp's oil production.

  • Camellia

    Camellia japonica, commonly known as Japanese camellia, is a species of evergreen shrub or small tree native to Japan and South Korea. The oil extracted from the seeds of Camellia japonica, is a popular ingredient in hair care products due to its moisturizing and nourishing properties. It contains high levels of oleic acid, antioxidants, and vitamins A, B, D, and E, which protect hair from environmental damage and keep it hydrated. Camellia oil helps to smooth hair cuticles, reduce frizz, and promote shine. It also helps to strengthen hair, preventing breakage and split ends.

  • Downy Birch

    Birch is abundant in antioxidant properties with vitamins B1, B2, A, C and E. Since vitamin C aids collagen production and absorption of Iron, it strengthens hair structure and supports hair growth. Triterpenoids and flavonoids found in the plant extract provide anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effects. This herb curbs hair loss and prevents further baldness.

  • Field Horsetail

    Horsetail is considered to be a natural treatment for thinning hair. The herb stimulates hair growth owing to its antioxidant properties. It makes hair shiny and strengthens the hair shafts. The herb improves blood circulation leading to healthier hair follicles.

  • Greater Burdock

    The herb helps in reversing hair thinning. It contains multiple types of potent antioxidants, including quercetin, luteolin and phenolic acids. It is rich in phytosterols, lignans, calcium, and flavonoids that possess potent antioxdant properties. The plant contains all of the necessary amino acids that builds protein for healthy hair.

  • Ginseng

    The extract is loaded with vitamin C, B1, B2, B3, B5. Ginseng increases the depth and the size of hair follicles, activates new growth of strands, and prevents hair thinning and breakage.

  • Green Tea

    Green teas are well known for being rich in antioxidants. Most of these antioxidants come from compounds known as flavonols, particularly a type known as catechins, which help to reduce dihydrotestosterone (DTH) responsible for hair loss. Green tea supports healthy hair growth and re-growth by stimulating hair follicles.

  • Ground Nut

    Ground nuts, also called peanuts, are a valuable source of nutrients that can benefit hair care. Its oil is abundant in biotin, a vital nutrient for healthy hair growth, and vitamins E and B complex that enhance scalp blood circulation to encourage hair growth. The presence of protein and amino acids in peanut oil can help to fortify hair follicles, minimizing hair loss and reducing hair fall. Furthermore, peanut oil is rich in fatty acids, particularly oleic and linoleic acids, that moisturize and nourish the hair, resulting in softer and glossier hair.

  • Henna

    Henna plant has been used as a natural dye to color hair for centuries. However, it also offers several benefits and is known to strengthen and condition hair from deep within. It helps thicken hair as the the tannins present in henna actually binds with the hair to make it stronger, without penetrating the hair cortex, ensuring minimum damage. This ensures thicker, lustrous hair with each application. It helps reduce women hair loss and boosts hair growth due to its natural properties. .

  • Jojoba

    The plant produces a nut that contains a liquid wax called jojoba oil, which has a variety of uses in cosmetics, skincare, and hair care products. Jojoba oil is composed of long-chain fatty acids and esters and is chemically similar to the natural oils produced by the skin and scalp. This makes it an ideal ingredient for moisturizing and protecting the skin and hair. In hair care products, jojoba oil is known to help moisturize the hair and scalp, reduce breakage, and split ends. Jojoba is rich in a number of vitamins, including C, B, E, and minerals such as copper and zinc that provide nourishment to hair.

  • Jatamansi

    Jatamansi is a perennial herb belonging to the valerian family, and it is native to the Himalayan region. It has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries due to its potential health benefits. Jatamansi is particularly known for its calming and soothing effects on the body and mind, which can help reduce stress and anxiety. Since stress and anxiety are known to contribute to hair loss, the herb is helpful in preventing hair loss. Additionally, it is known to stimulate hair follicles, promoting healthy hair growth.

  • Lavender Essential Oil

    Lavender oil helps stimulate hair growth owing to its properties to generate the growth of cells and reduce stress levels. Lavender also has antimicrobial properties that helps prevent bacteria and fungi from growing.

  • Lemongrass Essential Oil

    This wonder herb strengthens hair follicles, relieves scalp irritation and reduces dandruff. It is a popular remedy in anti-thinning hair care regimen.

  • Larch Wood

    The plant extract is used as an anti-hair loss ingredient. It enhances the division of the hair follicle stem cells resulting in new hair follicle, protects the hair follicle stem cells from dying and stimulates them to initiate the hair growth phase (anagen).

  • Murumuru

    Is a palm tree which bears nutritious edible fruits. The seeds are used to make the rich, white-yellow fat, Murumuru butter, which is commonly used to soften skin and hair. Its deeply moisturizing properties reduces frizziness resulting in softer, more hydrated hair. It improves the hair texture and adds shine to dry, dull hair. A potent plant-origin ingredient for deep hydration and improved hair lustre.

  • Manjistha

    Manjistha also known as Indian Madder, is a plant commonly used in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for its medicinal properties. It is a climbing plant that is native to India, but it can also be found in other parts of Southeast Asia, China, and Africa. The plant's roots are the most commonly used part for medicinal purposes. It is rich in nutrients such as vitamins C, E, and K, calcium, and magnesium that help nourish the hair and improve its strength and texture. Its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties protect hair follicles from damage and prevent hair loss.

  • Neem

    Neem oil is commonly used in skincare products due to its moisturizing and antibacterial properties. It is effective in treating acne, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. Neem leaves are also used to make face masks and pastes for improving skin health.

  • Onions

    Onions are rich in sulphur compounds, including alliin and its breakdown product, allicin. Sulphur is a key nutrient for healthy hair growth and preventing hair loss. It also helps in reducing inflammation and improves scalp health. Onion juice has antimicrobial properties that help to fight against dandruff-causing fungi and bacteria.

  • Porso Millet

    Millets are rich in protein which strengthens hair follicles and prevents them from breaking easily. Millets are also known to improve blood circulation to the scalp which stimulates hair growth.

  • Pea

    Pea sprout extract significantly increases the ratio of anagen to telogen which helps improve hair growth and prevents women hair loss. It improves visible hair density, helps in thickening hair and prevent hair thinning. The amino acid composition of pea protein is similar to that of keratin and offers excellent hair repairing effect.

  • Peppermint Oil

    Peppermint oil has a stimulating effect on the scalp, which can help to increase blood flow and promote hair growth. It has a cooling effect on the scalp and soothes irritation caused by dryness or dandruff.

  • Rosemary Essential Oil

    Rosemary oil improves both hair thickness and hair growth due to its ability to improve cellular generation. It also helps in reducing pattern baldness and patchy hair loss.

  • Roselle

    Roselle is packed with vital vitamins and minerals, particularly vitamin C, a key nutrient in the development of healthy hair. Furthermore, it contains amino acids that nourish hair follicles and stimulate hair growth. With its natural mucilage, a sticky substance that effectively conditions and moisturizes hair, Roselle provides added softness and silkiness to hair.

  • Rice Bran Oil

    Rice bran oil is an edible vegetable oil that is extracted from the outer layer (bran) of rice grains. Rice bran oil is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, and fatty acids, which help to moisturize and protect the skin and hair. In hair care, it is known to help improve the overall health and appearance of hair, including reducing breakage, and enhancing shine. Rice bran oil contains antioxidants such as gamma-oryzanol and tocopherols that help protect hair from damage caused by environmental stressors like pollution and UV rays. 

  • Silver Linden

    The plant extracts forms a protective film on hair, increases hair volume, moisturizes hair and scalp, and reduces static electricity.

  • Sweet Almond Oil

    Sweet almond oil is obtained from the kernels of sweet almonds and is a valuable source of various nutrients such as riboflavin, niacin, vitamin E, and essential minerals including calcium, zinc, copper, iron, magnesium, and phosphorus. It is frequently used in hair care products as an emollient that helps to soften hair. Almond oil also helps in strengthening and nourishing hair, making it less susceptible to breakage and split ends.

  • Sunflower

    Sunflower oil is extracted from the seeds of sunflowers and is commonly found in hair care products due to its high content of essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, as well as its emollient properties. This lightweight oil is quickly absorbed by hair, making it an effective moisturizer for dry and brittle hair. The fatty acids present in sunflower oil work to condition hair, making it more manageable, smoother, and shinier. Additionally, sunflower oil is a rich source of vitamin E, which nourishes and strengthens hair.

  • Sesame

    Sesame is a flowering plant that is widely cultivated for its edible seeds, which are commonly used in cooking and as a source of oil. Sesame oil is a popular ingredient in hair care due to its nourishing and moisturizing properties. It is rich in fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin E, B complex vitamins, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus, which make it an ideal natural conditioner for hair. The nutrients found in sesame oil also helpful in reduce hair thinning and hair loss.

  • Safflower

    Safflower is a plant native to the Middle East and Central Asia, and the plant produces thistle-like flowers that can range in colour from yellow to red. Safflower oil is extracted from the seeds of the plant is a popular ingredient in hair care products due to its high content of essential fatty acids, particularly linoleic acid, that helps to nourish and moisturize hair, promoting its overall health and appearance. Safflower oil is also lightweight and easily absorbed by hair, making it an excellent choice for those with fine or thin hair that may become weighed down by heavier oils. Safflower oil is known to help reduce dryness, frizz, and breakage, promoting softer, smoother, and shinier hair. 

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  • Tulsi

    It reduces hair thinning and hair loss. Tulsi is considered to be a major ingredient in herbal hair loss treatments and anti-thinning hair care regime. Tulsi benefits hair by rejuvenating the hair follicles and strengthening the roots, which in turn curbs hair loss.

  • Tea Tree Oil

    Tea Tree oil is an essential oil with a fresh camphoraceous odour and a colour that ranges from pale yellow to nearly colourless and clear. It is known for its natural antiseptic, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Can help with various ailments, such as dandruff and hair loss.3

  • Wheat German Oil

    Wheat germ oil is a type of oil that is derived from the germ (or embryo) of the wheat kernel. It is a rich source of vitamin E, essential fatty acids, and other nutrients such as protein, B vitamins, and minerals like zinc, magnesium, and phosphorus. These components make it an excellent emollient, helping to moisturize and nourish both the hair and scalp. Wheat germ oil is known to penetrate the hair shaft, helping to strengthen hair from within and reduce breakage. It also helps to improve the overall texture of hair, making it smoother and shinier.