Our mission at RAHAM is connecting beauty, personal health, and environment’s sustainability.
Our founder has been conscious of how our products and business practices interact with the environment. Sustainability is a company-wide priority that flows through our products.
From ingredients to manufacturing to packaging — we seek to respect the environment and the health and well-being of our consumer; it’s our mission and passion.
Natural Herbal Extracts
Much of what we put on our body is absorbed directly into our skin.
For our slogan “You Are What You Use", the products we apply to our skin must be truly clean and pure, natural and organic, made from ingredients that are both effective and safe.
We use Organic & Natural ingredients, Herbal extracts, and Essential Oils in RAHAM personal care products.
Against animal testing should not just be a slogan; it needs to be a genuine practice. At RAHAM, we’ve never tested our products on animals and we buy ingredients only from companies that do not experiment with animal testing.
Our extremely strict policy against animal testing is unique, and we want our insistence in the cosmetics industry to adopt the same stance.
Dimethicone/Paraben/Chemical Pigment/Heavy Metal-Free
Formulated without paraben, harsh preservatives, synthetic fragrances, artificial colors, phthalates, or potentially harmful sulfates, our products are made with natural botanicals, and are designed to reflect your need for a pure and effective line of personal care products.
Exclusive Anti-Bacterial formula
With an excellent cleansing effect, our exclusive anti-bacterial HDBC formula provides extra benefit to reduce the risk of infection control and skin care concern.
It helps to kill germs, eliminate odors, and control cross contamination.
Not only created with organic agriculture and long-term sustainability in mind, we also use environmentally friendly packaging for products to reduce our environmental impact.
All of our packaging is recyclable and we deliberately seek out only containers made from materials that are readily accepted by most curbside recycling programs.