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Sahara“Indigo” / 50g

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The cosmetic industry is always looking for rare ingredients to include in their cutting edge creams. Izil beauty team went far to bring one of the rarest plants unknown yet to most of the big names in the beauty world. We are talking here about a plant based, blueish dye that the Saharian women use to paint fabric into an amazing shade of blue.

 

 

 

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The cosmetic industry is always looking for rare ingredients to include in their cutting edge creams. Izil beauty team went far to bring one of the rarest plants unknown yet to most of the big names in the beauty world. We are talking here about a plant based, blueish dye that the Saharian women use to paint fabric into an amazing shade of blue.

Izil beauty experts discovered that on top of dying fabric, the blue Nila as it is called originally, was actually benefiting their skin as well. This surprising plant is usually fermented and reduced to a fine powder with a deep beautiful shade of blue .

The Saharian women discovered that using this his blue plant, can actually whiten their skin and hence started applying the fine powder to their skin as well. Lately science proved that this plant based powder can also heal certain skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis. Another active component of the blue indigo has been found to have excellent anti-inflammatory properties.

Natural way for skin whitening!

For whitening purposes you can add a little bit of the powder to a half squeezed lemon and apply it on dark areas that you wish to lighten up. Applied regularly to the underarm area for example, it can give you a lighter shade skin in no more than 4 weeks of regular application. The same application can be used on the face, however be cautious with adding lemon for sensitive skins.

For treating skin disorders on the other hand, better to couple the lue powder to few drops of Argan oil or Almond oil . This ointment can then be applied generously to the area to be treated and can be left overnight . Don’t be scared by the blue dying effect on your skin as it will come off after few washes

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The cosmetic industry is always looking for rare ingredients to include in their cutting edge creams. Izil beauty team went far to bring one of the rarest plants unknown yet to most of the big names in the beauty world. We are talking here about a plant based, blueish dye that the Saharian women use to paint fabric into an amazing shade of blue.

Izil beauty experts discovered that on top of dying fabric, the blue Nila as it is called originally, was actually benefiting their skin as well. This surprising plant is usually fermented and reduced to a fine powder with a deep beautiful shade of blue .

The Saharian women discovered that using this his blue plant, can actually whiten their skin and hence started applying the fine powder to their skin as well. Lately science proved that this plant based powder can also heal certain skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis. Another active component of the blue indigo has been found to have excellent anti-inflammatory properties.

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The cosmetic industry is always looking for rare ingredients to include in their cutting edge creams. Izil beauty team went far to bring one of the rarest plants unknown yet to most of the big names in the beauty world. We are talking here about a plant based, blueish dye that the Saharian women use to paint fabric into an amazing shade of blue.

Izil beauty experts discovered that on top of dying fabric, the blue Nila as it is called originally, was actually benefiting their skin as well. This surprising plant is usually fermented and reduced to a fine powder with a deep beautiful shade of blue .

The Saharian women discovered that using this his blue plant, can actually whiten their skin and hence started applying the fine powder to their skin as well. Lately science proved that this plant based powder can also heal certain skin disorders like eczema and psoriasis. Another active component of the blue indigo has been found to have excellent anti-inflammatory properties.

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why to use it Natural way for skin whitening!
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For whitening purposes you can add a little bit of the powder to a half squeezed lemon and apply it on dark areas that you wish to lighten up. Applied regularly to the underarm area for example, it can give you a lighter shade skin in no more than 4 weeks of regular application. The same application can be used on the face, however be cautious with adding lemon for sensitive skins.

For treating skin disorders on the other hand, better to couple the lue powder to few drops of Argan oil or Almond oil . This ointment can then be applied generously to the area to be treated and can be left overnight . Don’t be scared by the blue dying effect on your skin as it will come off after few washes

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