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Neem Soothing Mask

For Blemishes / Problem Skin

2oz/60g

Neem Soothing Mask

For Blemishes / Problem Skin

2oz/60g

$35.00
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Highly concentrated Neem, Nutmeg and Manjistha work deeply to soothe and heal blemishes and absorb excess oils, while Red Sandalwood and cooling Licorice calm and pacify redness and inflammation, leaving skin clarified and visibly refreshed. For extra healing effects, mix with PRATIMA Soothing Lotion.

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Pacifies redness, irritation and inflammation with Red Sandalwood, Lodhra and cooling Licorice. Highly concentrated Neem, Nutmeg and Manjistha work deeply to soothe and heal blemishes.
 

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    Ingredients

    +Licorice

    Licorice

    Contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, helps reduce tissue damage and relieve skin conditions.

    +Manjistha

    Manjistha

    According to Ayurveda, Manjistha is one of the best alternative or blood purifying herb. Contains antioxidant and astringent properties, and is a pacifier of Pitta and Kapha. It cools and detoxifies the blood, Works from within your skin to reduce freckles, blemish marks, and skin discoloration anomalies. It promotes the healing of skin tissue and adds glow and luster.

    +Nutmeg

    Nutmeg

    Obtained from the seed of the fruit, nutmeg is anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and bactericide. It is a calming, soothing and gentle botanical that adds nourishment and luster to the skin.

    +Lodhra

    Lodhra

    Has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. Helps relieve skin irritations, and speeds wound healing.

    +Neem

    Neem

    Known in India as ‘The Divine Tree’ or ‘Heal All’. The bark, leaves and oil of the Neem tree have been used in India for several thousands of years and are still used today. The antiseptic, anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-viral properties of neem effectively heal chronic, irritated skin conditions and disorders including acne, psoriasis, eczema, athlete’s foot and dandruff. Neem also promotes wound healing, and effectively heals cuts and abrasions and soothes hives, irritations, diaper rash and also relieves skin conditions on pets. The bark is used to brush the teeth and help maintain healthy gums. Neem also works as a natural sun protector, insect repellent and pesticide. Internally, Neem is used as a blood purifier, therefore detoxifying the liver and helping maintain healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory and urinary systems.

    +Raktachandan (Red Sandalwood)

    Raktachandan (Red Sandalwood)

    A variety of sandalwood that has always been held in high esteem in Ayurvedic medicine. A natural anti-inflammatory, red sandalwood provides an effective remedy for cooling, calming and soothing the skin and helps to lighten scars and impart a smooth, supple complexion.

    +Licorice

    Licorice

    Contains antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, helps reduce tissue damage and relieve skin conditions.

    +Manjistha

    Manjistha

    According to Ayurveda, Manjistha is one of the best alternative or blood purifying herb. Contains antioxidant and astringent properties, and is a pacifier of Pitta and Kapha. It cools and detoxifies the blood, Works from within your skin to reduce freckles, blemish marks, and skin discoloration anomalies. It promotes the healing of skin tissue and adds glow and luster.

    +Nutmeg

    Nutmeg

    Obtained from the seed of the fruit, nutmeg is anti-bacterial, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, and bactericide. It is a calming, soothing and gentle botanical that adds nourishment and luster to the skin.

    +Lodhra

    Lodhra

    Has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. Helps relieve skin irritations, and speeds wound healing.

    +Neem

    Neem

    Known in India as ‘The Divine Tree’ or ‘Heal All’. The bark, leaves and oil of the Neem tree have been used in India for several thousands of years and are still used today. The antiseptic, anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-viral properties of neem effectively heal chronic, irritated skin conditions and disorders including acne, psoriasis, eczema, athlete’s foot and dandruff. Neem also promotes wound healing, and effectively heals cuts and abrasions and soothes hives, irritations, diaper rash and also relieves skin conditions on pets. The bark is used to brush the teeth and help maintain healthy gums. Neem also works as a natural sun protector, insect repellent and pesticide. Internally, Neem is used as a blood purifier, therefore detoxifying the liver and helping maintain healthy circulatory, digestive, respiratory and urinary systems.

    +Raktachandan (Red Sandalwood)

    Raktachandan (Red Sandalwood)

    A variety of sandalwood that has always been held in high esteem in Ayurvedic medicine. A natural anti-inflammatory, red sandalwood provides an effective remedy for cooling, calming and soothing the skin and helps to lighten scars and impart a smooth, supple complexion.

    WHAT IF I DON’T KNOW MY DOSHA?

    We're here to help! Our team of PRATIMA Skincare experts will happily assist you with identifying your dosha and the best products to suit your needs. Get your personalized recommendations by emailing customercare@pratimaskincare.com.
    DIRECTIONS: Mix a small amount with water to form a thin liquidy paste. Apply to clean skin, avoiding eye area. Leave on for 15 minutes, rinse. For extra healing effects, mix with PRATIMA Soothing Lotion.

    TIPS: For stubborn blemishes, mix with PRATIMA Soothing Lotion, massage on affected areas and leave on overnight.

    HOW TO CARE FOR MY PRODUCTS: Keep in a cabinet away from direct sunlight. Close tightly after each usage.

    SHELF LIFE: Since there are no preservatives, please use within 6-8 months.

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