A non-sticky herbal gel made in a base of tender coconut water. Use this lightweight gel instead of oils or creams. Excellent for humid weather when you don't feel like applying heavy oils and lotions. This is a sun-protective gel made with fresh extracts (Mulberry tea, fresh carrot, fresh cucumber, aloe vera, liquorice, green tea, Damask Rose). Use to repair the skin tanned or skin damage.
Who should use this? For anyone who doesn't like oils or creams on their face, For tanned or sun-damaged skin As sun protection
Fresh extracts: Fresh Carrots The beta carotene protects the skin from UV damage and improves the skin texture. Provides vitamin c which also repairs the skin
Fresh Cucumber cools the skin, irritations and reduces puffiness
Tender Coconut water: contains vitamins, like vitamin B2, vitamin B3, and vitamin C, which provides elasticity and hydration to the skin
Mulberry tea : Lightens discolouration of the skin, protects from harsh weather, reduces signs of ageing, high protection from the sun
Damask Rose: Skin softening and cooling, anti-ageing, tones the skin as well as hydrates.
Liquorice: Repairs the skin, has a brightening effect, sun protection, and hydrating
Silk Protein: skin smoothening, anti-ageing, and skin repair
Aloe Vera: Cooling and healing, rejuvenates the skin, calms irritations and hydrates
Key Ayurveda Herbs Triphala - anti-oxidant, loaded with vitamin C Nutgrass - Cooling, brightening, Anti-oxidant Red Sandalwood - Skin repair, skin clarifying and gives a glow to the skin Vetiver: Cooling and anti-inflammatory Neem- anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, toning Plant-based Camphor - Cooling, anti-fungal, toning, anti-bacterial
Comes in a glass pump bottle of 50g
How to use: Apply on damp skin in the day or night.
Although this is a chemical-free product, please do a skin test first. It is still not safe to be exposed to the strong sun and expect full protection. Please avoid such situations and use it when there is light sun exposure for safe skin protection. Natural products have natural sun protecting properties but still needs extensive research.