This fragrant Indian herbal treatment with horsetail and fenugreek seeds exfoliates and softens. Mineral-rich Rhassoul clay from the Atlas Mountains of Morocco absorbs excess oil. This gentle but powerful treatment leaves skin revitalized, fresh and alive.
Moroccan Rhassoul Clay:
This unique clay boasts some of the best beautifying minerals on earth, from magnesium and and silica to potassium and calcium that can detoxify, clear and smooth skin in need of wholly-natural rejuvanation.
Stimulating, cleansing, clarifying and it packs powerful compounds that can eliminate surface impurities, while deeply purifying the skin.
Sometimes referred to as horsetail, the effectiveness of this anti-aging botanical is second-to-none. It delivers a surplis of silica to the skin to promote a firmer, plumper appearance.
A manual exfoliant rife with naturally-occurring saponins that function as mild cleansing agents. Protective and oh-so-nourishing.
Full Ingredient List:
*Trigonella foenum-graecum (fenugreek) seed powder, *Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower, *Argilla (Moroccan rhassoul clay), *Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf powder, *Melissa officinalis (lemon balm) leaf, *Equisetum arvense (shavegrass) leaf powder, *Azadirachta indica (neem) leaf powder, *Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf powder, *Symphytum officinale (comfrey) root powder, *Citrus limon (lemon) peel powder.*Organically grown or wildcrafted
Wildcrafted: A selection of the herbs used in our line are hand picked in the mountains where they grow wild—this is the definition of wildcrafted. When we use wildcrafted herbs, we know that no commercial farming methods have been used, and that the plants are hearty, vibrant and full of skin-nourishing nutrients.
How to Use:
Combine 1 teaspoon with a few drops of water in palm of hand. Mix to form a paste. For a richer scrub, blend with Aloe Herb Cleanser (1 to 2 pumps). Gently massage paste onto face and neck. Wipe clean with a wet, warm towel. Follow with your favorite serum and/or moisturizer. Use as needed, 2 to 4 times a week.