Kumkumadi Oil for face and skin is an Ayurvedic formulation using traditional ingredients that are known to be highly beneficial for the complexion of the skin. The ingredients used in the formulation are known to help brighten the skin, improve complexion, texture, and glow, as well as minimize scars and acne. The key ingredient in the Kumkumadi Tailam is the kumkum flower which is known as saffron. It is blended with other skincare ingredients that greatly benefit the skin and make this an ideal addition to your skincare routine.
Kumkumadi oil is an all-rounder oil to clean your skin completely and maintain the complexion for a long time. According to Ayurveda, Kumkumadi oil is a wonderful elixir possessing all the necessary properties to help your body get rid of impurities both internally and externally.
Kerala Ayurveda's Kumkumadi oil in Ayurveda herbal oil used for face massage that is helpful to improve complexion, skin texture, minimize acne and scars. It is a unique blend of herbs and oils which brighten your skin naturally. The rare and exotic saffron flowers retexture the skin making it spotlessly and blemish-free. It can be used as a day moisturizer or as a night treatment for better results. Being light oil it is easily absorbed. It also offers natural protection against UV rays and fights against the symptoms of aging, naturally.
Kumkumadi Tailam has ingredients that help in holistic skincare and maintenance. These ingredients have been used for centuries in skincare regimens and help improve skin health and appearance in many ways. The skin tone is made more even and it eliminates unsightly dry patches. The Kumkumadi oil also has ingredients with anti-acne properties that can help in minimizing scars. Kumkumadi oil uses ingredients known to delay the onset of age-related skin deterioration. The ingredients help remove the impurities of the skin from within and superficially. This oil can be used as a day moisturizer or overnight treatment. Being a very light formulation Kumkumadi Oil is easily absorbed by the skin.
Apply this luxurious oil on clean skin and gently massage upwards. It can be used under makeup as a moisturizer or sunblock.
Natural solution for all skin problems
Evens skin tone
Moisturizes skin and dry patches
Adds a bright glow to the skin
Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Liquorice or Mulethi is a common ingredient in Indian kitchens
This is one among the group of 10 herbs called the Jeevaneeya Gana (10 herbs) which have anti-aging properties.
It is also a part of the Varnya group of herbs that are good for the skin.
Yashtimadhu is one of the Ayurvedic ingredients that is believed to reduce blemishes and spots on the skin. It is especially good at reducing Pitta caused spots and marks making it an ideal ingredient in Kumkumadi oil for pigmentation
It is a Kandhugna herb that relieves skin itching making it a part of Ayurvedic treatment for eczema and psoriasis.
It is found to have a soothing effect on the throat and is used in formulations for a sore or hoarse throat.
It is a multipurpose ingredient that is used in the formulation of Ayurvedic medicines as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-arthritic, analgesic, and antacid.
It pacifies the Pitta and Vata Doshas.
Its beneficial effect of both testosterone and estrogen makes it useful in treating prostate troubles as well as menopause issues.
Lal Chandan (Pterocarpus Santalinus)
Balances Kapha and Pitta Doshas
It has a cooling effect that helps soothe conditions such as skin irritation and sunburn
It is used traditionally to heal acne and achieve a glowing complexion
It is used as an anti-aging agent in folk medicine.
Kumkum (Crocus sativus)
This is a traditional ingredient in both food and skincare that is said to be anti-aging.
It is a traditional home remedy for attaining glowing skin and complexion. It is used in traditional face packs to reduce pimples and dark circles.
It balances all three Doshas when they are vitiated.
It cleanses all skin wounds
It is useful in Ayurveda as a carminative, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, sedative, antispasmodic.
Kamal Kesar (Nelumbo Nucifera)
The lotus flower
It is useful as a diuretic, coolant, antipyretic and cardiac tonic in folk medicine
It enhances the complexion
It has anti-bacterial, cleansing, anti-oxidant and sebum controlling properties
A few drops of Kumkumadi Tailam is to be applied on clean skin and gently massaged upwards. It can be used under makeup. It is a moisturizer and sunblock. This oil can be also used as an overnight skin treatment to get the maximum Kumkumadi oil benefits. For very oily skin, it is recommended that the quantity of oil used to be minimal. The amount of Kumkumadi oil for the face should be in proportion to the skin type.
Ayurvedic doctors assess a person’s skin as an indicator of good health. When a person is in good health and has the three Doshas in balance, the skin looks fresh and glowing. Any Dosha imbalances are clearly seen by studying the nature and appearance of skin issues.
Vata is an airy and drying Dosha. When a person has a Vata type of health issues, the skin is also overly dry and cold. The dry and thin skin gets more susceptible to problems like wrinkles and signs of aging. The skin also loses its fresh look. A suitable diet and practices that rebalance the Doshas are recommended. Too much work with little sleep and rest aggravate the problem. Being exposed to harsh environmental factors contributes to the dryness.
Pitta Dosha is heaty. So, when a person has a Pitta Dosha type constitution, they are prone to inflammation of the skin. This can be in the form of acne and reddish blemishes. The person’s food habits should be modified to reduce the heating elements of overly spicy oily and acidic food.
Kapha is heavy and oily. So a person who has a Kapha imbalance will be prone to very oily skin that is also pale and moist. The person should avoid Kapha aggravating diets such as dairy, sweet and salty food. A lifestyle that is sedentary makes the problem worse.
Ama is a metabolic waste that is formed when the digestive process in the body is inefficient. When a person has an unhealthy lifestyle, poor diet, and weak digestion, Ama is formed. This toxin can also add to the skin problems and dim the healthy glow. Overall good health is the key to skin health as well.
A healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise, hydration, and diet that is appropriate to balance the Doshas leads to healthy and glowing skin. Ayurvedic ingredients that detoxify and relieve Ama also restore the skin’s glow. Ayurvedic treatments for the Tridosha balance are essential to maintain skin health. When the skin is treated with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant Ama relieving substances, the skin heals from blemishes and scars.
All schools of conventional medicine as well as traditional folk medicine agree that a healthy balanced diet, enough water intake, and enough exercise enhance skin health. The topical application of anti-aging serums and creams helps restore the skin after damage and maintain skin health. Topical applications of restoratives help treat skin problems locally.
1. Can we use Kumkumadi Oil for oily skin?
You can use it for oily skin, but there are disclaimers with the oil when it comes to greasy or acne-prone skin. The disclaimer is to not overuse the oil for the face. You can use one to two drops of the oil to moisturize the face and then wash it off with a mild cleanser. Do not leave it overnight as it can cause breakouts.
2. What is the best time to apply Kumkumadi Oil for better results?
Apply small amounts of the oil to affected areas of the skin at night, make it a part of your night skincare routine and apply it just before going to bed. This way the properties of the oil will start working at night and heal the skin. Kumkumadi oil is quite lightweight and gets absorbed in the skin quite quickly.
3. Can this be used for dry skin?
Since the Kumkumadi Tailam is used in an oil form, it’s great for dry skin. It enhances the skin’s texture, glow, and complexion. The oil can be used as a moisturizer and the natural ingredients are safer for dry skin than chemical creams. It works well as a toner, moisturizer, and cleanser.
4. How shall we apply this product? Can we use this after or before any moisturizer, toner, and serum?
It works well as a toner, moisturizer, and cleanser. You can start by applying three to five drops of the oil into your hands and applying a light coat all over your face and neck. Ensure that you keep your skin type in mind before determining the amount of oil you will need. Massage the oil gently, with your fingers and leave it on for 10-20 minutes and wash it off with hot water.
5. Is this product useful to reduce dark Circles?
Kumkumadi oil is quite useful for treating dark circles. All you have to do is take a few drops and massage your under-eye regions quite gently, and leave it on for thirty minutes and then wash it off with plain water.
PRESENTATION: 10 ML
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