Why do we relate beauty to only an aesthetic aspect? 


Our Founder's Story

A Healing Journey

"After years of battling eating disorders, I gave in to peer pressure from society's beauty standards and expectations. This led to an obsession with looking a certain way at the price of my health and well-being. My aha moment came when the Covid-19 outbreak spread over the world. I realised that taking care of my health and lifestyle should be a top priority because doing so will help me feel good inside and have a strong immune system to fight off outside aggressors. In the end, if we are unhealthy, our appearance is nothing. More than ever, we must pay attention to the demands of our bodies, beginning with the needs of our largest organ, the skin."  Randa Zaid Hayaty's Founder.

How Hayaty Came to life? 

"I realised that to experience life and accept everything fully; we must adopt a holistic perspective in which our physical, emotional, social, and spiritual welfare are all taken into account as one. This is why Hayaty Natural was created. Hayaty Natural views self-care as a sacred moment and a component of a holistic approach to oneself. We view it as a manifestation of self-love. Our bodies are naturally entitled to "ME TIME." R.Z

The Ebers Herbal Papyrus and Edwin Smith Papyrus possess valuable herbal knowledge and formulas dating back to 1550 BC.


They blended medicinal plants to create natural self-care treatments to suit their skin, hair and body regime to protect and support their bodies in the self-healing journey.


In ancient Egypt, self-care practice wasn't just performed for an aesthetic function. It was a pillar of the daily life of both men and women and a sign of holiness as part of their holistic approach towards themselves and their surrounding environment. Such rituals were laden with social, spiritual, and ritual significance and a celebration of life.