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Face Elixir

Face Elixir

Origem de envio: Deutschland, der EU, Europa
Preço normal $72.00
Preço normal Preço promocional $72.00
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1,300 years ago, Ayurvedic masters in India experimented with herbs that help regenerate the skin. They developed a recipe that was very effective: medicinal herbs such as saffron flowers, blue lotus, vetiver, red sandalwood and 20 other rare ingredients were cooked in sesame oil and distilled to create an elixir. The users liked it so much that they believed that the two Ayurvedic gods Nasatya and Dasara had brought the divine elixir to people. The recipe is mentioned in ancient Ayurvedic texts such as Ashtanga Hridayam and Bhaisajya Ratnavalli around 700 AD.

The main ingredient in this powerful elixir is saffron, which is said to have the ability to improve skin tone and complexion. Soothing ingredients like red sandalwood, vetiver, and bael fruit help your skin fight pollution. Essences from plants such as Java fig, mahua and licorice treat superficial problems such as discoloration and scars.

APPLICATION

 The elixir works best if you use it in the evening before going to bed. Place a few drops on your palm and warm the oil by rubbing your palms together. Massage it gently onto your face and neck. You can leave it on overnight or remove it from your face after 2 hours. The scent takes some getting used to as it is completely natural and odorless. After 30 days of regular use, you will notice the improvements on your face.

PEARL

Sesamum Indicum (Sesame) Seed Oil, Crocus sativus (Saffron) flower extract, Pterocarpus santalinus (Red Sandalwood), Laccifer lacca, Rubia cordifolia (Indian Madder), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice), Berberis aristata (Indian Barberry), Vetiveria zizanioides (Vetiver ), Prunus cerasoides (Wild Himalayan Cherry), Nymphaea stellata (Blue Lotus), Ficus benghalensis (Indian Banyan), Ficus lacor (Java Fig), Nelumbo nucifera (Indian Lotus Saffron), Aegle marmelos (Bael), Premna mucronata (Dusky Fire Brand Bark), Oroxylum indicum (Indian Trumpet Flower), Gmelina arborea, Stereospermum suaveolens, Desmodium gangeticum (Salparni), Uraria picta, Tribulus terrestris, Solanum indicum, Solanum xanthocarpum (Yellow Berried Nightshade), Madhuca longifolia, Caesalpinia sappan(Indian Redwood) .

1,300 years ago, Ayurvedic masters in India experimented with herbs that help regenerate the skin. They developed a recipe that was very effective: medicinal herbs such as saffron flowers, blue...

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