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This Brand Is Breaking Those Beauty Stereotypes And We Couldn't Be Happier!

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What Makes It Awesome

Infusing rich Indian ingredients in daily skincare regimes and shattering the fairness stereotypes led Samiya Abbas to the formation of Lunarah Beauty. Kickstarted in 2018, this homegrown beauty label is here to send out a loud and a clear message that you can take care of your skin and its beauty, but cannot change its complexion by using skincare products. The idea is to make you feel beautiful in your own skin. 

Growing up in an Indian household, Samiya was always excited about using ingredients like turmeric, saffron, honey or goat milk for her skincare routine. And that's what forms the crucial foundation of her entire range of skincare. Unlike most brands, the focus here is not on a particular beauty product, but on a holistic skincare regime. Hence, you can expect specially curated kits which include an array of products based on your skin type. For instance, their Saffon Collection kit includes six products, all featuring kesar as the hero ingredient. 

Using original formulas and 100% natural raw materials, every ingredient used is there for a therapeutic reason. Which means, the end reason is pure and leaves your skin naturally beautiful. Expect the finest (and fun) ingredients like French pink clay, saffron, avocado, cucumber, coffee and lots more. 

Offering quality beauty products at affordable rates, their collection starts from INR 450 and goes up to INR 3,000.

The best part? All their products are 100% vegan and cruelty-free aka 'Halal Certified'. This means ingredients such as alcohol (used in perfumes) or ingredients formulated with animal derivatives (for makeup) are not used in their products. 


Their Saffron and Blue Tansy Skin kits are their star products.

Want to speak to the folks at Lunarah Beauty to figure out which products will suit your skin? Drop them a message by hitting the "Enquire Now" button here.