InstaGlow Facial Mask
History and rituals: Herbal face masks are quintessential in Ayurvedic beauty rituals. Known as Mukhalepa, the purpose of a mask is to deliver complexion enhancing nutrients. Herbal face packs are routinely used to bring out the glow, fade scars, and remove impurities. One ingredient that every face pack must have is the highly fragrant wild turmeric.
Benefits: InstaGlow is a face pack for all skin types. In a base of organic oat flour and gentle kaolin clay, InstaGlow contains herbs renowned in Ayurveda to boost skin complexion.A weekly masking routine delivers nutrients to nourish your skin. Photosensitivity is an extreme reaction of skin to sunlight causing hyperpigmentation like freckles, melasma etc. According to Ayurveda, photosensitivity is caused by the imbalance of Pitta dosha. We know according to modern science that photosensitivity can be countered by antioxidants - these are chemicals that will react with the UV rays instead of your skin and thereby protect your skin. InstaGlow is packed with herbs that are known to be rich in antioxidants.
Ingredients: Avena sativa (Oat) flour, pink kaolin clay, santalum album (sandalwood) bark powder, rubia cordifolia (manjishtha) powder, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (licorice) powder, orange peel powder, terminalia chebula (haritaki) powder, curcuma aromatica (wild turmeric).
Directions for use: Dispense a heaping teaspoon of InstaGlow in a glass bowl. Add water to make a smear able paste. Apply the mask on face, avoiding the under eye area. Let the mask sit until it just dries and rinse off with Luke warm water.