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Our Shampoo &
Treatment Ingredients


Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract

It helps to stimulate blood circulation, improving hair growth, and acts as a humectant to help moisturize and condition the hair and scalp.


Ginseng is believed to increase the dermal cells on the scalp which, in turn, strengthens the follicles and roots of the hair.


Malt benefits include boosting your mood, supplying your body with antioxidants and B vitamins, and improving your bone health. Malt is also a good source of essential amino acids.

Oryza Sativa (Rice) Extract

It maintains softness, suppleness, and radiance of the skin and hair. It treats dandruff in hair, enhances scalp health.

Sesame Seed Extract

It is a powerful energy source. Its seeds may be utilized for its various health-promoting properties, while its seed coat, a by product of sesame and a valuable source of fibers, may be a source for animal feedstuff.

Eclipta Prostrata Extract

An annual plant common to Korea, Eclipta prostrata has potent antioxidant and skin-calming properties. Also known as false daisy, this non-fragrant plant is a member of the sunflower family.

Panax Ginseng Root Extract

Ginseng is believed to increase the dermal cells on the scalp which, in turn, strengthens the follicles and roots of the hair. This not only encourages the new growth of strands but also prevents hair thinning and breakage.

Mentha Arvensis Extract

Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil can treat the scalp in case of irritations and stimulate hair growth as it penetrates the scalp's surface, where it is able to stimulate the hair follicles and facilitate blood circulation to promote the hair growing stronger and healthier and it gives a bright appearance to it.

Poria Cocos Extract

It can be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or a normal part of aging. Anyone can lose hair on their head, but it's more common in men.

Rubus Coreanus Fruit Extract

Rubus coreanus (Korean black raspberry) is a berry from the raspberry family yet contains such a large content of anthocyanins that it is seen as nutritionally comparable to blueberry and related berries.

Angelica Gigas Root Extract

Angelica root has been used by the Chinese for the treatment for hair loss. It also acts to boost circulation of the scalp, which means healthier hair. Angelica Root Extract is obtained by macerating the root of the plant.

Houttuynia Cordata Extract

HC extract could support hair growth by stimulating proliferation of DPCs and elongating anagen stage, resulted from enhanced cellular energy metabolism and modulation of gene expression related to cell cycle, apoptosis, and growth factors.

Cnidium Officinale Root Extract

To develop new therapeutic materials to prevent hair loss and enhance hair growth, we developed a medicinal herbal complex extract (MHCE) using 23 herbs traditionally used in oriental medicine.

Scutellaria Baicalensis Root Extract

Scutellaria baicalensis is an herb used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a variety of conditions including hepatitis, infections, and cancer.

Polygonum Multiflorum Root Extract

Polygonum Multiflorum promotes blood circulation to the scalp by feeding the liver and kidneys, resulting in better hair.It accomplishes this by increasing melanin synthesis and replenishing hair follicles.

Eucommia Ulmoides Bark Extract

Protective Effects on Cardiovascular System. In Chinese traditional medicines, Eucommia is considered as a major herbal tonic for cardiac patients.

Angelica Dahurica Root Extract

Angelica root has been used by the Chinese for the treatment for hair loss. Enriched with Vitamin E, it helps stimulate oxygen flow in the body

Lycium Chinese Fruit Extract

The fruits of Lycium Chinense are used in traditional Chinese medicine as a mild Yin tonic, enriching the liver and kidneys, and moistening lungs (Bensky et al., 2004). It is used to treat blurry vision and diminished visuality, infertility, abdominal pain, dry cough, fatigue, and headache.

Chrysanthellum Indicum Extract

Chrysanthemum flower tea is a concoction made from dried petals. Its taste is subtle, and the tea doesn’t leave any heavy or flowery flavor behind. Instead, it has a buttery undertone that tastes like honeysuckle or honey.

Schizonepeta Tenuifolia Extract

Hair loss prevention and hair growth promoting compositions and products using the same are disclosed. The composition of the present invention comprises purslane, irises, baekryeop, nasturtium, Seomoktae, sewage, gold silver flower, white paper

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Our Values

Our Values

Our herbal shampoo values eco-friendliness, natural ingredients, healthy hair, and exceptional customer service. We use natural ingredients to promote healthy hair and minimize our environmental impact. We prioritize customer satisfaction and provide a positive experience from start to finish

Hair Benefits

Our natural shampoo tackles dandruff, hair loss, rashes, and dullness while promoting fuller, shinier, and healthier hair. We use a unique blend of herbs and grains to nourish and soothe your scalp, and our formula is free from artificial colors, silicon, parabens, and sulfates. With our gentle and effective shampoo, you can care for your hair while making a conscious choice towards a healthier and sustainable future.

Natural Ingredients

We use natural ingredients in our shampoo. Our formula contains a blend of herbs and grains like ginseng, black sesame seed, and onitsha yam to nourish and strengthen your hair. By choosing our shampoo, you're choosing a safe and eco-friendly option for your hair care needs.

Make an Impact

Our herbal shampoo helps both the environment and the community. We use biodegradable bottles that break down naturally and donate a portion of our profits to local organizations that support people in need. By choosing our shampoo, you're not only taking care of your hair but also making a positive impact on the planet and the community.

the History of herbal 

Heo Jun
(1539 – 1615)

Heo Jun is royal physician (1539 – 1615) and first published the Dongui Bogam in 1613 during the Joseon Dynasty of Korea. The Dongui Bogarn is known as one of the classics in the history of Eastern medicine, it was published and used in many countries including China and Japan, and remains a key reference work for the study of Eastern medicine. Its categorization and ordering of symptoms and remedies under the different human organs affected, rather than the disease itself, was a revolutionary development at that time. It buid up the foot stone for the modern herbal medicine today.


He wrote several medical texts, but his most significant achievement is Donguibogam. Donguibogam means “Mirror of Eastern Medicine”, which is often noted as the defining text of traditional Korean medicine. The work spread to East Asian countries like China, Japan, and Vietnam where it is still regarded as one of the classics of Oriental medicine today. It is divided into five chapters: Internal Medicine, External Medicine, Miscellaneous Diseases, Remedies, and Acupuncture. In the first chapter, Internal Medicine, Heo describes the interdependence of the liver, lung, kidney, heart, and spleen. The chapter on External Medicine explains how the skin, muscles, blood vessels, tendons, and bones allow for movement and maintenance of posture. The chapter on Miscellaneous Diseases describes various diseases' symptoms, diagnoses, and treatment methods. Heo’s remedies rely on medicinal herbs and plants, and he provides impressively detailed instructions on how to extract, maintain, and consume the herbs. The last chapter explicates acupuncture strategies. Donguibogam is one of the most valued treasures of Korea owing to its originality and quality. It provides valuable medical knowledge and also reflects the philosophy of seventeenth-century East Asia.Although Heo Jun worked extensively with the royal family, he emphasized making treatment methods accessible and comprehensible to common people. Whereas common medical practice was to elevate the perceived value of treatment by using rare and expensive ingredients, he instead found natural herb remedies that were easily attainable by commoners in Korea and that was just as effective. Furthermore, he wrote the names of the herbs using the simple hangul letters instead of using more difficult hanja (Chinese characters), which most commoners did not understand.[2][3] As the backbone of Eastern medicine to this day, Donguibogam was recently included in UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register in 2009.To this day, Heo Jun is revered as a brilliant physician and a loyal and compassionate person, who strived to develop accessible treatments for the poor and uneducated citizens. Heo Jun's name and accomplishments are widely recognized by Koreans even today. Korean people still refer to Heo Jun's natural remedies found in his Dongui Bogam.

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 Founder's Story

Our Founder's entrepreneurial journey started when she attended a cosmetic convention and discovered a new hair shampoo. After learning about the ingredients, she challenged herself to create a healthier version using natural ingredients. Despite facing initial resistance from friends, she persisted and eventually created a product that she was proud of.