Face, body & hair.
Properties: Detoxifying, Purifying, Mattifying, Soothing
Uses: Skin and scalp care in mask
Indications :Combination to oily and problem skin, prone to itching and hives, oily hair, dandruff
Detoxifying, purifying, mattifying, soothing
Renowned for its strong purifying, antiseptic and soothing power, Tulsi powder is an essential part of Ayurveda when it comes to skin and hair care..
Used in a mask or shampoo, this powder rich in vitamin A and C is recommended to calm irritations and itching of the skin or scalp. It also helps to deeply cleanse the hair and eliminate toxins. Which also makes it an ally against the aggressions of pollution on the skin.
Finally, it is possible to consume Tulsi powder in the form of an infusion in order to benefit from its soothing and balancing properties on the body and mind, its relaxing and strengthening effect for the immune system.
The cultural minute
Tulsi, which belongs to the basil family, has been used for over 5,000 years in Asia but also in Egypt and then in the rest of Europe. It occupies an important place in Ayurvedic culture because of its many properties but also in the religion and culture of many civilizations.
In Egypt, it was used in the mummification process for its antibacterial properties. In Greece he was a symbol of fertility, while in India he was a symbol of the reincarnation of the goddess of prosperity. Tulsi was also widely used in religious rituals as a purifying element.
INCI : Ocimum Sanctum leaf powder
Names: Tulsi, Basil tulsi, sacred basil
Origin : India
Part used : Leaves
Method of production: Dried and powdered leaves
Solubility: Soluble in water and in oil
Color of powder: Light brown
Bag in 100g kraft paper with zip closure.
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Keep away from moisture, at room temperature in its closed packaging.
It is advisable to avoid using containers and utensils in metal (different from stainless steel). In case of contact with the eyes, rinse them for a few minutes. It is advisable to carry out a test in the bend of the elbow or in a small area 24 hours before application to limit any reactions. Do not leave within the reach of children.
Did you know ?
A Tulsi leaf was placed in the mouths of the deceased in order to purify them. The Taj Mahal is surrounded by tulsi. Indeed, this tree has a capacity to fight against air pollution. This prevents the white marble of the magnificent palace from darkening!
Benefits of Tulsi powder
- - Detoxifying and antiseptic
- - Reduces dandruff
- - Purifies and calms itching
- - Matifies the skin
- - Sanitifies the scalp
How to use it ?
- - As a mask for skin or hair care
- Combination, oily and problem skin
- Oily hair
Which product (s) to combine with it ?
- Plant powders
- Hair care base
- Vegetable oils
- Essential oils
For a relaxing face mask :
Mix your tulsi powder with rose floral water.
1 DIY recipe with this product :
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