Turmeric




There’s a saying that goes, “what’s old is new again,” and in the beauty world we think it has some merit. New ingredients and technology are the lifeblood of product innovation, but sometimes it pays to look to the past (in some cases even the ancient past) to inform new skin solutions. We know the value of combining old and new to create something even more effective. One part of the past we constantly draw inspiration from is Ayurveda.



This sunset-yellow spice, scientifically known as Curcuma longa, has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties that can help to:
* heal wounds
* prevent breakouts (and lessen active ones)
* fight eczema and psoriasis
* reduce acne scarring
* brighten dark circles
* bring out your natural glow
Though it may be a relatively new skin treatment in the Western world, turmeric has racked up centuries of street cred as an Indian health treatment for a number of skin and body issues.
You can use argansus curcuma set skin care day and night cream and curcuma brighten serum , and curcuma face toner ,with night curcuma face for firming and hydrating the skin.