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Envelop yourself with natural extracts, pamper and protect yourself with Coccoon.

At Coccoon, we believe powerful ingredients make all the difference in skin and hair care products. Here’s a little sneak peak into the functionality of the ingredients in our products. Learn why we have used Exotic Algae in our under-eye cream, or White Tea in our face cleanser.

    • Aldavine (Exotic Algae)

    A concoction of four exotic algae, namely green, blue, red and brown, Aldavine comes from a pollution free environment. Procured from the Ouessant Islands of France, protected by UNESCO, Aldavine reduces the appearance of dark circles, puffy eyes and fine lines.

    • Olive Oil
    Olive Oil is infamous for its application in the hair care industry. Whilst adding strength, shine and nourishment to your hair, Olive Oil works hard to tame frizzy hair. Additionally, it adds volume to your hair texture, making it appear fuller and thicker while softening your scalp.
    • Neem

    Indian Lilac, Neem has been used in Indian home remedial care for centuries. It comprises of antiviral, antibacterial and antiseptic properties that help treat and prevent skin problems such as acne.

    • Liquorice

    Liquorice has anti-inflammatory properties and acts as the prime agent in diminishing dark spots and giving your skin an even tone complexion.

    • Kiwi

    Kiwi is not only a delicious and nutrient-rich fruit but also a great natural ingredient for your skin care routine. It contains several skin-friendly nutrients like Vitamins C and E and anti-oxidants. These are essential for boosting and rejuvenating your skin’s health.

    • Kakadu Plum
    Kakadu Plum is a unique superfruit, specially procured from Australia, rich in anti-oxidants &Vitamin C that repairs and restores the skin texture.
    • Jasmine
    Having a beautiful natural aroma, Jasmine, also lends its use in many skin care products. Just like natural oils, Jasmine Oil, helps treat dry skin, whilst providing natural moisture to nourish your skin complexion.
    • Honey
    A natural humectant, honey attracts moisture. Having an abundance of anti-oxidants and nutrients to feed hair follicles, honey enhances hair growth.
    • Green Tea
    A natural anti-oxidant, combatting free radicals, Green Tea contains enzymes that protect your skin, thus fighting any signs of premature aging.
    • Grapeseed
    Containing powerful anti-oxidants, Grapeseed Extracts support blood vessel health whilst diminishing dark circles.
    • Cucumber
    As per the infamous home remedial measures of cucumber, it reduces puffy eyes whilst lightening and refreshing under eye skin. It comforts the eyes, reduces fine lines and lightens dark circles.
    • Coconut
    The infamous coconut oil, having home remedial weightage improves hair cuticles and scalp health. It’s anti-fungal properties repair damaged hair and eliminate the need for anti-dandruff shampoos. Coconut Oil is vital in contributing to hair growth that is soft, smooth and healthy.
    • Cassia Bark
    Cassia Bark Extract is an extract of the dried bark of cinnamon, which is a mild astringent, and it strongly stimulates the skin. Cinnamon is also a good anti-oxidant which keeps skin looking healthy and fresh.
    • Argan Oil
    Argan Oil, commonly referred to as ‘liquid gold’ originatesfrom Morocco and is an organic product extracted from the kernels of the argan tree. Extremely rich in nutrients including fatty acids and Vitamin E, Argan Oil helps in moisturizing and hydrating your hair.
    • Apple
    Green Apple or ‘Granny Smith,’ having an Australian origin, gives your hair a lustrous shine, softening it whilst making it appear thick and healthy.
    • White Tea
    Produced from the youngest tea leaves through minimal processing, white tea is the best anti-oxidant for skin care. It’s low caffeine content and anti-ageing properties, helps the skin stay hydrated and keep fine lines and wrinkles at bay.
    • Vitamin E
    Acting as an anti-oxidant repairing and rebuilding tissue, when Vitamin E is applied to the scalp, it reduces inflammation and repairs the damage to hair follicles.