Kimsukadi Tail - Glow Boosting Facial Oil
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An award-winning 100% natural brightening facial oil with seventeen precious herbs such as sandalwood, vetiver and nagkesar (Indian-rose chestnut) noted as varanaya dravyas (complexion enhancers) in the Charak Samita, an ancient Indian Sanskrit text written thousands of years ago.
BRIGHTENS DULL SKIN | BOOSTS FACIAL GLOW | REDUCES PIGMENTATION, DARK SPOTS & BLEMISHES| TONES | TEXTURISES | SUITS ALL SKIN TYPES | 100% NATURAL
- About the product
- What it's made of?
- Why use it and how is it different than our Elixir Facial Serum?
- Which skin types is it good for?
- Will it make my skin more oily ?
This skin brightening facial oil is a blend of seventeen precious herbs. These herbs including sandalwood, vetiver and nagkesar (Indian-rose chestnut) are noted as varanaya dravyas (complexion enhancers) in the Charak Samita, an ancient Indian Sanskrit text written thousands of years ago. These naturally occurring glow boosters along with several other plants, roots and flowers have been celebrated since antiquity for having a startling effect on pigmented, dull and ageing skin. We cook these in cold-pressed sesame oil according to tail-pak vidhi (the traditional ayurvedic way of oil making) to prepare our signature version of this classical ayurvedic formulation.
Ayurvedic herbs including sandalwood, vetiver and nagkesar (Indian-rose chestnut) are noted as varanaya dravyas (complexion enhancers) in the Charak Samita, an ancient Indian Sanskrit text written thousands of years ago. We cook these and other ayurvedic roots, flowers and plants such as lac, Indian Madder, Mulethi, Vetiver and Himalayan Wild Cherry in cold-pressed sesame oil according to tail-pak vidhi (the traditional ayurvedic way of oil making) to make the Kimsukadi Tail. Other ingredients in this oil include Sacred Lotus Flower, Banyan roots, Padma Kesar, Henna, Turmeric root, Indian Sassaparilla and Patang.
A serum is a lightweight non-greasy product that isn’t a lotion or a cream. You apply it to your skin after cleansing but before moisturizing. So this product is used just before you use your Just Herbs night cream or night gel. You can use the Elixir during the day as well. The Kimsukadi Oil on the other hand, has rich texture and is a night treatment Ayurvedic oil. Use Kimsukadi oil specifically at night before bed time after your night cream or gel.
In fact, you can include both the Elixir (day use) and the Kimsukadi Tail (night use) in Just Herbs regime.
This product suits all skin types.
No it won’t. In fact, using a plant rich facial oil such as the Kimsukadi nourishes your skin. Moreover, the unique blend of herbs will also help cut down the over production of oil as your skin will get the oil it needs from the outside so it won’t need to produce oil of its own. In some cases, this may gradually help those with extra oily skin to get their skin’s oiliness to an optimum level."
"Classical formulation (Ayurvedic formulary of india) sesame (sesamum indicum) oil, palash (butea monosperma), sandalwood (santalum album), laksha (laccifer lacca), indian madder (rubia cordifolia), mulethi* (glycyrrhiza glabra), safflower (carthamus tinctorious), vetiver (vetiveria zizanioides) roots, himalayan wild cherry (prunus cerasoides), sacred lotus flower (nelumbo nucifera), banyan aerial roots (ficus bengalensis), palaksh (ficus lacor), padma kesar (nelumbo nucifera), henna (lawsonia inermis), turmeric root (curcuma longa), indian sarsaparilla (hemisdesmus indicus), patang (caesalpinia sappan).
Please note that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
- Use the dropper to dispense 2-3 drops on your palm. Apply to cleansed face. Gently massage in circular motion until absorbed.