Tatvik Prakurisparsha Body Massage Oil Coffee & Ginger Is A Unique Blend Of Herbal Ingredients Processed In Coffee And Ginger Body Massage Oil.
The Tatvik Ayurveda Bath and Body recommends the ancient ayurvedic herbs mixed Coffee and Ginger Body Massage Oil which promote a sense of well-being and relaxation through massage. It’s a unique blend of herbal ingredients processed in Coffee and Ginger Body Massage Oil. Olive Oil here, removes fatigue and alleviates muscle ache, while organic coffee eases stress, builds muscle, and tones skin. Gentle enough to be used on children as a muscle toner and to revitalize the nervous system. It’s also an excellent treatment for tired, aching, and sore hands and feet.
- Stress reliever
- Relieves ache builds muscle tone
- Rich in antioxidants
- Act as an emollient skin tightening
How Do I Use It?
- 1. Take a small quantity of pain-relieving oil in your palm.
- 2. Gently massage the head or the affected body part.
- 3. The amount of oil may vary according to the area where the oil has to be applied, so apply accordingly.
We are eccentric in our own way. We can only assume you too are when it comes to hygiene and skin care because what’s inside, that really matters. That’s why we compel you to make a choice first before you buy.
1. Raw Organic Coffee: It reduces the appearance of Cellulite on the skin. Besides treating inflammation, dark circles, and acne breakouts, Coffee provides Vitamin B3 to protect against skin cancer. Not just that, it offers excellent after-sun care.
2. Ginger Oil: Ginger is warming, stimulating and detoxifying as it helps to expel heat and thereby leaves the body cool and relaxed.
3. Olive Oil: Olive oil is a wonder substance that can be used topically on the skin through the use of skin care products for the face and body in addition to being taken through the diet.
Key Ingredients: Raw Organic Coffee, Ginger Oil and Olive Oil.
Caution: As some consumers may have sensitive skin, kindly test the oil on a small patch of your skin before using it.
Country Of Origin: India