- Usage and Tips
Usage : Take two teaspoons and for dry & aging skin and mix with warm milk. For combination skin mix with rose water and for pigmented skin mix in potato juice. Make a paste. Let it soak for 5 min. Apply on face & neck. Let it dry. Rinse well.
Tips : For initial few months use it every alternate day. For maintenance use twice a week.
Rich in GLA, or Gamma Linoleic Acid, which helps in maintaining the balance of moisture in the skin & keeps it toned and firm. A strong anti-oxidant that fights damage caused by free radicals. It has rich content of vitamin E, A and C, beneficial for treating dry, mature, scaly and sensitive skin. Highly potent to penetrate deeply into the skin and repair the damaged skin cells from within. Regular massaging with this supports in retaining the clarity, elasticity, suppleness and all other signs of a healthy skin.
It has anti-inflammatory and immunity boosting properties. Almonds are highly emollient, help maintain moisture balances in the skin, very nourishing and restorative. Being eye shaped, it has long been known to be an elixir for eyes nutritive for brain and nervous system. It is rich in omega 3 fatty acids & vitamin E helps improves lashes thickness & imparts shine.
It is an almond-flavoured nut with blood purifying and life force enhancing qualities. Called as Charoli or Chironji in Ayurveda, known to clear acne, treats skin blemishes, cold and blood disorders. Its seeds are a powerhouse of various nutrients.
Saffron is also known as Crocus Sativus or kumkuma is called as “Varnya gana” ayurvedic, meaning- revealing fairness and glow to skin. Being most expensive, it is known to improve skin texture, treats ailments like pigmentation, dark circles, pimples and acne, and lighten darkened skin. Also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent. This ‘Golden Spice’ has the ability to dilate blood vessels, effectively cleansing the skin and restoring a healthy glow.
Chandan is the Indian name of Sandalwood known for its fragrance, is high in anti-oxidants. It is considered sacred and used in many Indian rituals. It is cooling and anti-aging and impart a beautiful glow to the skin, Excellent for Dryness, irritation, itching and inflammation.
The herb of love, it is astringent, anti-inflammatory, promotes cell regeneration, highly penetrative, nourishing and cooling. Its oil, a valuable anti-aging formula was discovered by princess Noor- Djiban during the Mughal reign. It takes 40 roses to produce one drop of rose oil. Works as a general skin tonic, balances, rapidly energies and is anti-depressant.
Milk can do wonders, it hydrates dry skin, exfoliates mature skin, soothes irritations and lightens dark tone, by promoting the shedding of pigmented skin cells. The secret of the radiant and wrinkle-free skin of Cleopatra is historically attributed to milk. The enzymes, proteins, mineral and vitamins content of milk help in reducing wrinkles.
A protein rich red lentil that is good for health as well as skin. Whether you eat it or apply directly, Masoor dal offers beauty benefits. It provides essential nutrients to skin which results in natural glow. It exfoliates, cure dryness, removes dead skin cells, dullness etc. thereby improving overall texture of skin.
Rich source of fibre, iron, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, choline, and folic acids. It also contains normal levels of Vitamin A and B, high levels of Vitamin C, and low levels of Vitamin D. The antioxidants present in oranges fight free radicals and thus prevents aging faster, helps in Treatment of Dark Spots and Blemishes, Acne, Whitening Qualities, provides Anti- Aging Benefits, & Removes Blackheads. It is a Great Toner & Rejuvenates Dull Skin.
- Ohria Loves It For
With traditional royal ingredients it imparts the princess glow!