We all desire healthy skin that has a natural glow, but environmental aggressors take a toll on the quality of the skin, making it dull and lifeless. Enter Kama Ayurveda’s Nalpamaradi Thailam Skin Brightening Treatment. This Ayurvedic oil is an excellent blend of potent herbs that work on both face and body, to de-tan and repair skin, specially damage caused by the environment.
This potion has a strong fan-following; actor and singer, Shibani Dandekar vouches for its benefits too. “I am a beach-lover and enjoy basking in the sun. But spending time in the sun leads to pigmentation, tan, and premature ageing.” She adds, “I needed a fix that was going to improve the texture of my skin, so I decided to give Ayurveda a try. Kama Ayurveda’s Nalpamaradi Thailam has reduced pigmentation, tan lines and evened out my skin tone. My skin is looking supple, healthy and radiant.” It’s no surprise Dandekar incorporates this Ayurvedic formulation into her weekly regimen. Here’s why you should too.
From bridal beauty to beach holidays, this elixir is a must have! The Nalpamaradi Thailam Skin Brightening Treatment has a plethora of benefits for the skin, thanks to the powerful and effective natural ingredients. Brightening agents such as turmeric and Indian gooseberry work in harmony to remove tan, dullness and unevenness. Sesame oil restores moisture and provides nourishment. Vetiver is known for its calming and soothing properties, and madder, commonly known as manjistha, provides healing, and prevents skin from further damage. Together they are a perfect option for glowing, radiant and clear skin.
How To Use It?
The oil is super easy to apply and can be used everyday as a pre-shower ritual. The lightweight texture absorbs easily, and doesn’t feel messy or heavy. Gently massage the oil on the face and body, and leave it on for about 30 minutes. Wash it off with a gentle cleanser such as the Kama Ayurveda Mridul Soap Free Face Cleanser, and enjoy instant glow and rejuvenation with the Nalpamaradi Thailam.
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