The pan-India brand has diversified its product portfolio after registering a 5x growth during the pandemic.
After carving a niche in the wet wipes and baby care segment. Mother Sparsh has now announced its foray into the personal care segment for adults. Both men and women can discover unique nature-oriented personal care solutions with products offered by the holistic brand under Plant Powered Skincare, Ayurvedic Hair Care and Turmeric Healing range. The decision to diversify the product portfolio at Mother Sparsh is propelled by the recent shift towards products that are natural and free from colours or artificial ingredients. The products introduced are made of ingredients that possess the power of Ayurveda, botanically sourced and driven by formulation expertise.
The product line comprises one-of-its-kind essentials such as Plant-Powered under-eye recovery gel, Dashamoola hair Lep, turmeric healing face wash and 30-herbs hair oil, in addition to Shea & cocoa body butter, hair cleanser, hair conditioner and turmeric-based face mask, for a healthy and glowing outlook. Super ingredients like Dashamoola – ancient Ayurvedic a formulation comprising up to 10 herbs to control hair fall and breakage while reviving scalp – and Japapushpa, which treats itchy scalp, greying, hair loss, dandruff etc, make the brand’s latest offering a completely unique proposition in the Indian personal care market.
Talking about the Mother Sparsh holistic personal care range, co-founder Dr Himanshu Gandhi said, “Over the years, we have taken strides to provide all things organic to babies and millennial mothers. Our new product range is the perfect personal range solution for the current-gen of millennial, who want to look good and feel healthy. Driven by growing aspirations, we have kept age-old formulations at the core of solutions that meet the needs of the modern lifestyle.”
Dr Gandhi added that owing to consistent innovation, Mother Sparsh registered a 5x growth during the pandemic and is at present a pan-India homegrown brand with an offline presence across 23 states.
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