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Poudre de Nila 10 g - Ultra Bio
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Poudre de Nila 10 g - Ultra Bio

€3.90

Prix : 3,90 euros. Natural mineral that comes from the Sahara known for its effectiveness as a face, body and hair care.
His miraculous results:
    - softens rough areas
    - hydrates and rejuvenates the skin
    - helps brighten skin tone and dark areas
    - very effective in reducing pregnancy spots, brown spots or sun spots

100% natural product from Morocco.

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One of the secrets of the Moroccan bath to whiten the face and body

What is Nila powder and where does it come from?
Nila powder is a naturally indigo blue powder found in the Sahara. It has been the beauty secret of Sahrawi women for more than 1500 years. It is 100% mineral in nature, since it comes in the form of rock that is recovered and then reduced to powder.

What properties?
Nila Powder is known for its whitening, brightening, moisturizing, and softening properties.

What benefits?
It helps to lighten the complexion, softens rough areas (knees, elbows, feet). Moisturizing, it leaves the skin very soft. It helps reduce dark spots and signs of aging. Anti-wrinkle, it rejuvenates the skin. Its natural moisturizing formula leaves the treated areas soft and silky.

What recommendations?
Nila powder can be incorporated into your skincare products; it can be combined with other plant powders, vegetable oils, oily macerates, hydrosols, essential oils and vegetable glycerin.
It is very effective in the form of masks, scrubs; or mixed with lemon juice. Mixed with Black Soap, it is effective in eliminating dead skin, naturally brightening the complexion, and softening the skin.

Recipe idea
Mix in a bowl a teaspoon of Nila powder, two tablespoons of Natural Yogurt and two drops of prickly pear seed oil.
Mix everything until you get a smooth paste.
Apply the preparation to the face and décolleté, avoiding the eye area. Leave on for ten to fifteen minutes. Rinse with clear water.
This mask has been used for centuries by women in the Moroccan Sahara to lighten the skin and reduce the appearance of dark spots.

What are the contraindications?
There are no major contraindications to Nila powder as it is simple to use and well tolerated by the skin. However, there are certain rules to follow. First, this ingredient is only recommended for external use. It should not be used in pregnant or breastfeeding women and children under six years of age. Finally, it is better to refrain from using it on the face if you have sensitive skin.

Data sheet

Weight/Capacity
Pot d'environ 10 g
Compositions
Poudre de Nila