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Kesh Raksha gel

  • Repairs and Protects the hair from cuticular damage (top layer of hair usually gets damaged).
  • Prevents hair fall and conditions the hair.


Hair damage ,  Hair fall

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  • Minimizes longitudinal cracks, hair breakage and forking.
  • Minimizes hair dye, colorant and perming induced hair shaft damage.
  • Offers the desired strength and durability to the hair shaft.
  • Conditions the hair and imparts lustre.

Herbs’ uniqueness


Phyllanthus emblica

  • Possess hair growth promoting activity and retains its dark texture.
  • Contains vitamin C and possess strong anti-oxidant property.


Murraya koenigii

  • Retains natural hair tone and stimulating hair growth.


Lawsonia alba

  • Accelerates hair growth and possess anti-microbial activity. Maintains hair texture.


Indigofera tinctoria

  • Contains natural pigment indigo.
  • Promotes hair growth


Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

  • Rich source of flavones and Possess anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Prevents hair fall.


Eclipta prostrata

  • Promotes hair growth.

Scientific Proof

  • Hair growth studies have shown that Kesh Raksha gel reduces completion time of hair growth by 30 %.

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  • The in vitro study findings showed the protection of hair from damage with pretreatment of Kesh Raksha gel and with post treatment, it repaired the damaged hair.

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Usage Instructions

Apply Kesh Raksha gel luxuriantly to the hair from root to tip and scalp .
Use twice a day regularly to ensure absolute hair strength.


As directed by the physician.
For external use only


Each 5 gm contains extracts of

  • Phyllanthus emblica
  • Murraya koenigii
  • Lawsonia alba
  • Indigofera tinctoria
  • Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
  • Eclipta prostrata
  • Carbomer IP base
  • : 50mg
  • : 50mg
  • : 50mg
  • : 75mg
  • : 75mg
  • : 75mg
  • : Q.S.


There are no known contra-indications.

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The information and details provided on this page is not intended to be an alternative for professional medical advice.
Consulting a qualified medical practitioner for diagnosis and regular clinical follow up is recommended.