Royal Radiance Beauty Powder
Royal Radiance Beauty Powder by Radiant Revolutions.
Comprised of only 100% natural herbs, fruits, pods and roots, our Royal Radiance face food will detoxify, revitalise, and through consistent use, impart a fresh, rosy fullness to your complexion the likes of which you will not have experienced with any other face mask - all thanks to the remarkable synergy of our pristine, highly specialised ingredients. Royal Radiance is a rare age-old combination of Ayurvedic herbs, traditionally used in India in ancient royal baths. When used regularly and consistently it brings softness, suppleness and increased youthfulness to your appearance.
These herbs not only remove the dead skin cells and open the pores but also help release toxins from the body.
Please select from the following weights:
- 60g (£10.99)
- 300g (£34.99)
saving of £3.99 per 60g
The 400g Glass Jar of Royal Radiance is good for approximately 50 face mask treatments.
The 60g Glass Jar of Royal Radiance is a trial pack size and is good for approximately 7 to 8 face mask treatments.
For more information on this product please see below
Simply mix a sufficient amount of Royal Radiance powder with enough water to make a soft chocolate mouse consistency face mask. Let rest rest for 3 hours and apply. During application, you can make some gentle exfoliation movements over the face, to encourage removal of dead skin and deeper penetration of the herbs. Let rest for 7 minutes or so and then wash off. Perfect for both face and body. Full professional instruction/direction sheet provided with every jar to make sure you get the most from each Royal Radiance regeneration treatment.
100% herbal powdered Ingredients in Alphabetical Order:
Acorus calamos (Calamus)
Azadirachta indica (Neem)
Cassia obtusifolia (Cassia Tora seeds)
Cyperus rotundus (Java Grass)
Curcuma aromatica (Wild Tumeric)
Curcuma longa (Tumeric)
Hedychium spicatum (Spiked Ginger Lily)
Nordostachys jatamasi (Spikenard)
Phyllanthus emblica (Indian Gooseberry)
Pterocarpus santalinus (Sandlewood)
Terminalia bellirica (Bibhitaki)
Terminalia chebula (Haritaki)