The sacred lotus is appreciated for its regenerating and soothing properties. Its delicate pink or white flower has antioxidant and purifying properties, it is an excellent natural remedy against water retention. Thus, flower extracts are part of the composition of soothing lotus creams and masks intended to soften the skin and decongest the tissues.
We also find the lotus in hair care, body or even anti-cellulite care.
Renowned in the Ayurvedic tradition to restore inner strength, the sacred lotus works wonders in the care of dull or imperfections which it smooths and illuminates thanks to its astringent virtues. He soothes Vâta and Pitta.
- Astringent, she helps find a smooth skin And bright.
- Take care of the skin after Small abrasions.
- All skin types
- Dull skins
- Dry and sensitive skin
- Wounds, abrasions
- In paste or poultice, mixed with other natural powders
- In aqueous macerate (or in infusion), incorporated in the aqueous phase in your homemade cosmetic formulas, as an ideal active to make:
- an astringent lotion
- An illuminator scrub
- A soft cream
- In oily macerate, incorporated in fat in your homemade cosmetic formulas, it is ideal for making:
- A soft skin massage oil
Inci: Nelumbo nucifera seed powerder
1/ Put the lotus and rice powders in a bowl.
2/ Gradually add water, sandal hydrosol and sweet almond oil, mixing until you get a smooth and homogeneous paste.
3/ It's ready, use your preparation without delay.
NB: The amount of water to obtain a beautiful dough can vary depending on the plant powders, adjust it if necessary.
Note: the pH of this preparation is around 6.0-7.0.
3 g lotus powder
6 ml Hydrolate of your choice
3 g Arrow Root (funny)
2 ml sweet almond oil or other oil
Apply this ayurvedic mask to the lotus 1 to 2 times a week in a thin layer on the face, avoiding the eye area and leave for about 5 minutes. Then gently erase with your fingertips and rinse with clear water. For ultra -soft, nourished and perfectly cleaned skin.