The Ayurveda Company (T.A.C), one of the fastest-growing D2C brands in the natural beauty and wellness segment, expanded its product portfolio with the launch of an exclusive baby care range, T.A.C Junior, which comprises 100% ayurvedic products. The baby care range, based on Ayurveda, was unveiled during a special event at Radisson Blu, New Delhi, by a Child influencer on the internet, Kiara Nautiyal aka GUDDU, and a host of other kids.

“TAC baby care products assure safe nourishment for the little ones and are made out of 100 percent natural ingredients which are scientifically blended to keep a baby’s skin healthy and protected right from the beginning,” mentioned co-founder and MD, Param Bhargava. “Core ingredient of the products is Dashapushpadi, a mixture of ten flowers, known for their pure, gentle and soothing properties,” he added.  “The purpose of T.A.C in making baby care products is to utilize natural and chemical-free ingredients that will soothe, nourish and strengthen a baby’s overall being. Since the newborn’s skin is extremely delicate, special care should be put to ensure well-moisturized and protected skin,” noted CEO and co-founder, Shreedha Singh.

All T.A.C products are certified by the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), which is a World Health Organization (WHO) certification. The company’s major aim is to introduce customers to products that bring in the goodness of the holistic ayurvedic lifestyle that lasts for a lifetime with extended values. The key motto of T.A.C is to HEAL – Helping Embrace Ayurveda for Life.

The founders-duo also extended their gratitude to GurgaonMoms and Smile Foundation for being the community partners and healing partners of the event, organized for young mothers and children.

GurgaonMoms, a 39K+ strong movement for women in Gurgaon-NCR, is a highly engaged social platform creating massive impact by facilitating networking, and connecting women members with relevant opportunities, thereby helping them lead more meaningful lives. Smile Foundation is an Indian development organization directly benefiting over 1.5 million children and families through more than 400 welfare projects on education, healthcare, livelihood, and women empowerment spread across 2,000 villages and urban slums in 25 states.