Meet Sapta Jal: India's first Ayurvedic Micellar Water Facial Cleanser by Just Herbs
Based on your lifestyle and environment, your skin goes through a lot. Sometimes your skin may start showing the signs but not always. So, it is wise to not cheat on your skincare routine. The basic cleansing, exfoliating, and moisturising routine must be a part of your everyday to-do list. The golden rule of this routine is to remove your makeup and accumulated dirt off your face before you go to bed and moisturise. Even if your makeup application is minimal, you must remove it before sleeping.
Most makeup products contain chemicals and not removing them before bed may cause your skin to breakout. It may also lead to skin irritation and infection. So make sure you maintain your skin hygiene and cleanse it regularly. One beauty product that can make the process easy and hassle-free for you is micellar water.
What Is Micellar Water?
Micellar water originated in France. This brainchild of Parisians came into existence when the country was facing water issues. The water was harsh enough to cause breakouts. So Micellar water is basically purified water that has no traces of minerals, metals, and impurities that are found in natural water. It is packed with oil compounds. Micelles present in the Micellar water attracts excess oil, makeup residue, and dirt out of the skin pores.
It is loved by beauty buffs for its versatility. It does the job of a cleanser, toner, and moisturiser but here’s something you will love, even more, India’s first Ayurvedic micellar water, Sapta Jal.
What Is Sapta Jal?
Created by Just Herbs, Sapta Jal is India’s first Ayurvedic micellar water facial cleanser. It’s a nutritive blend of vegetable oils and plant waters of Triphala (Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki), Tulsi, Shallaki, Chandan, Khus, Gulab, and Narangi Phool. Just Herbs’ Sapta Jal is made up of these seven complexion-boosting Ayurvedic formulations. The base created by these holds the oil droplets of Indian Frankincense, Jasmine, Myrrh, and Wheatgerm. These oils draw out impurities from skin pores without causing dryness. Apart from acting as a makeup remover, The plant waters nourish, hydrate, tone, and calm the skin.
Sapta Jal is produced in small batches with minimal processing of the natural materials used in the product. Slight colour variations or the presence of small floral or plant fragments are normal.
You can get your first bottle of Ayurvedic micellar water, Sapta Jal here!
Why Should You Use Just Herbs Sapta Jal?
Parisians have been using Micellar Water as a substitute for water for years and we can do the same with Sapta Jal. It eliminates the need for water and is gentler than harsh alcohol-based products. Other than that, here are a few other reasons why Just Herbs’ Sapta Jal is a boon for you!
Carrying Sapta Jal or micellar water while travelling saves time and effort. It eliminates the need to find a sink to wash your face and a towel to tap it dry after. Just a little bit of this product wipes makeup off easily and in minutes, the skin is air-dried. You can either leave it as it is, as it already contains nourishing oils or apply moisturiser to hydrate your skin.
You don’t need to follow a manual to use this product correctly. You just need your fingers, a cotton pad, and the micellar water to get through with the cleansing process. When swiping, stick to one direction. The idea is to spread the makeup residue while cleansing your lips, face, and eyelids. To make the process easier, place the cotton pad on your lids and hold it for 2-3 seconds. Wipe off the product after. You’ll notice that the residue is removed in the first swipe.
It is beneficial for the skin
Other than removing makeup and cleansing, micellar water also moisturises the skin. The healing and nourishing oils present in Sapta Jal naturally moisturise your skin during the process of cleansing. It also helps in treating acne and acne-prone skin. Micellar water also hydrates the skin which makes it glow with time.
Ways To Use Micellar Water
Just Herbs’ Sapta Jal is a multitasker. Here are some more reasons to always carry it in your bag!
You can use it as a hand sanitizer
Most hand sanitizers are alcohol-based and loaded with chemicals that can make your skin dry. But using this micellar water will cleanse your hands and also make them baby soft.
You can clean your brushes with it
It’s not always easy to keep the makeup brushes clean but if you keep them clean, they’ll last longer. To use micellar water to clean your brushes, pour some of it in a glass. Dip each brush in it and swirl it around. After taking the brushes out, wipe the excess residue with a tissue or cloth.
You can remove falsies like a pro
Putting falsies on is easy, taking them off is trouble. If you don’t stay patient while removing them, you may damage your lids and natural lashes. To avoid the risk, take a cotton pad soaked in micellar water and place it on your lashes. After a couple of minutes, your falsies will loosen up and it will be easier to remove them.
In the long run, it doesn’t make much difference if your rinse off the micellar water or not. However, you need to be careful about how your skin is reacting to it. If your skin feels irritated, rinse off the micellar water after removing the makeup.
Yes. Micellar water is an efficient toner. It will draw out the oil and dirt from the surface of the skin and will clean the pores. After cleansing your face using a face wash, take a cotton pad dipped in micellar water and apply it to your face.
Micellar water may not suit the people with congested skin that is prone to breakouts. This is because micellar water’s ingredients will leave some residue on the skin. This may block pores and trigger the production of oil.