Auromere, Rejuvenating Mud Bath & Mask, 16 oz (454 g) (Discontinued Item)
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- Ayurvedic Formula
- For Use in Bath or Shower Instead of Soap
- 100% Pure & Natural Ayurvedic Ingredients, Nothing Artificial Added
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Auromere "Herbomineral" Rejuvenating Mud Bath has been formulated according to the ancient Ayurvedic scriptures and passed down through generations in a single family line. Specially selected herbs and minerals noted for their unique beneficial and rejuvenative qualities have been combined in such proportions as to purify, cleanse, and stimulate the body. Leaves skin extraordinarily soft, smooth and youthful.
For all Skin Types: Vata-Pitta-Kapha
- Deep cleans as a natural body scrub and exfoliant
- Draws out toxins and impurities
- Nourishes and remineralizes the skin
Enough for 45 bath applications.
Use in place of soap or as facial/body mask. Mixes with water to form a cleansing mud paste. Directions enclosed.
No animal testing.
No animal ingredients.
Indian gooseberry (amalaki), mango ginger (karpura haridra), pistacia integerrima (karkatshrungi), nut grass (nagarmustak), Himalayan silver fir (talispatra), embelia tsenam (vidanga), sweet flag (vacha), bonduc nut (kashtaki karanj), terminalia chebula (haritaki), terminalia belerica (bibitaki), galangal (kapurakachali), young terminalia chebula (balharitaki), — all systematically processed with the minerally rich layers (black clay, yellow clay, red clay and Fuller's earth) found in the beds of highland rivers and lakes in certain pristine parts of India.
iHerb Customer Reviews
I use a retinol product from the doctor for my acne, it dries my skin out so much that I look like a monster sometimes and it feels uncomfrtable. it's even worse when i scrub, it gets fire hydrant red and inflammed. But when I use this, the dead skin cells come right off after using it as directed (scrub for a few minutes). It doesn't sting and actually calms my skin. I'd pay 10 times what it costs if I had to to get it, thats how good it is. But I hope it stays this affordable! And it's true the dark color is not good if your towels are white, the product clings to everything and it takes some scrubbing to remove it. Worth it anyhow.
For several years I have been using this product to improve my mature skin. I'm delighted to see it in a larger size since I use it every day.
Please continue this item!!!
Posted by Breathoffreshair on Aug 08, 2015
This is one of the products I swear by. I was planning on getting one for my friend for her birthday (as a part of a gift that included my favourite natural products) and am so disappointed that it's discontinued. It made my skin so bright and soft and helped to even out my skin tone. Not to mention, i felt luxurious and pampered whenever I would put it on in the bath. Please bring this back!!! D:
Posted by 5351476957115803919 on Jan 12, 2015
Es un barro rojizo y oscuro. Deja la piel limpia y suave y cunde muchísimo. Hay que tener cuidado y no dejarlo demasiado tiempo puesto por que puede irritar la piel y dejarla colorada.
Efecto limpiador y calmante
Posted by DelikatEssences on May 20, 2014
Sigo usando productos ayurvédicos y este barro sin duda ha sido todo un acierto. Lo primero su gran tamaño y su precio y al ser en polvo lo puedes dosificar y hacer las cantidades que quieras para según que parte del cuerpo. Es tan versatil que lo puedes usar como peeling o como mascarilla dejándolo actuar (yo combino ambos efectos, exfolio primero con él y luego lo dejo 10 minutos hasta que se seca). Lo suelo mezclar con infusiones concentradas o con tónico. En el rostro y escote,que es donde lo he usado, calma la piel y la deja limpia y fresca.
Posted by 5602952780576634377 on May 01, 2014