My love for India it manifests itself not only in the fact that my biggest dream is to go to India, I love Indian food that caresses my taste buds, Indian music is for me the way to real relaxation, I admire Indian costumes - light, colorful ...
This love for India is also manifested in cosmetics. Really amla was one of the first cosmetics that led me on a straight path to understand that a cosmetic does not need chemistry to be a product that is 100% effective. That's how my love for natural cosmetics was born. Natural - especially those from around India ...
Which one of us has never dreamed about having hair like Hindu - shiny, thick, dark ... Why don't we lubricate the hair of little girls with oils such as amla, coconut oil or almond? I promise that if I give birth to a daughter in the future, I will practice this treatment! :) Have you ever dreamed of having a beautiful, smooth complexion - such as they have Hindu beauties?
I had a lot of conversations with Hindus while traveling to England. However, I regret that my love for India was only at the beginning, because I would probably come back laden with Indian cosmetics. Contrary to what we think - Hindus use more or less the same cosmetics as we do, but they have their own cosmetic pearls, among others hair oils, which are doing sensation recently in Poland, as well as turmeric cream, which I would like to review today.
I have been lurking for this cream for a long time, but only some time ago my colleague from work gave me a serious argument which was a collective order from allegro;)
Price: 16 PLN / 60 g
Availability: Only allegro. I have not met this product on a stationary basis. When it comes to allegro, I can recommend a seller where I always buy Indian cosmetics: rani-art. I have not been disappointed yet.
This smell remains on the skin, but it is only slightly noticeable. At the beginning (for about a week) I used this cream only at night after thorough cleaning facial skin. Soon after, I noticed that the cream is also perfect for the day (only after that I read the application on the packaging ... better late than never ...). And so from night cream it became my day cream and sometimes night cream.
Why for the day?
Other ingredients include aloethat moisturizes and rejuvenates. It also has antiseptic properties. Manjishta while it is astringent and antiseptic. Basil has a relaxing and calming effect. The exact composition can be found in the photo below :)
The downside may be the availability - I ordered it from Allegro and it will be hard to find it on a stationary basis. I recommend the product to people who, like me, have a problem with the T zone lighting up. No cream has worked on my, and here, what a surprise. The cream is most suitable for people with skin problems - acne, blackheads. Cheap, naturally ... what more could you want ?!
Have any of you used Indian cosmetics? If so, what can you recommend?