Immerse your pores in the bewildering magic of ‘Red Gold’, the nurture of the ‘Queen of Flowers’ and the impressive power of the ‘Golden Spice’ – 3 precious drops to brightened, revitalized, uber-nourished skin!
iYURA Kesaradi™ Oil
Ayurveda’s Skin Brightening, Revitalizing, Uber-Nourishing Secret
A Signature Blend of Precious Saffron + Rose + Turmeric and 16 Powerful Ayurvedic Ingredients Based on the Classical Formulation of Kumkumadi
Could it be a bit more complex than that?
Could a little history and a little science bring something to you that was specifically created to give results that were never seen before?
Could all this happen without slowly killing the skin with chemicals and additives?
Could it happen without cutting short on your holiday budget, or that charity donation you wanted to make?
Could it happen without fail, consistently?
In Ayurveda, recipes and formulations (that are, in fact, considered medicinal in some countries) were being developed 5000 years ago specifically to serve the beautiful half of the world!
Well known as Red Gold or Autumn Gold, Saffron is the world’s most expensive spice ever! The title of ‘Red Gold’ seems self-explanatory. With red colored stamen of the purple Crocus sativus flower, saffron sells for almost the same price as gold!
An important Ayurvedic herb, saffron is so precious that in some cultures, just plain, pure dried saffron is given as a very expensive, respectable gift.
What makes it so expensive is the fact that in one flower, there are only about 3 stamens and it takes about 50,000–75,000 flowers to make 1 pound or 450 grams of saffron!
But why bother to extract it anyway?
Now this is where we come to the real thing – this tiny little part of the Crocus sativus flower contains an astounding amount and variety of benefits!
C.sativus shows a number of medicinally important activities such as antihypertensive, anticonvulsant, aphrodisiac, antioxidant, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory and relaxant activities.
Saffron in the Ancient Ayurvedic Texts:
How do the Nurturing powers of the Queen of Flowers work?
When you open the bottle of our precious Kesaradi oil, a powerful surge of the three-layered scent makes your senses abandon their defences right away! And the first of those layers is the queen of flowers – Rose. In iYura Kesaradi Oil, rose is used in 2 ways – in the form of Rose Water while cooking the oil, and in the form of rose essential oil added once the cooking procedure is over.
Rose, of course, is:
Traditional Ayurvedic texts describe the benefits of rose as follows:
With this, we come to the Golden Spice.
Known as the Golden Spice, hailed, admired and used by the world for its innumerable benefits, turmeric is one of the most powerful spices in the healing spice-rack of Ayurveda!
According to Ayurvedic texts, turmeric:
In addition to the commonly known benefits of turmeric modern science acknowledges today (like its immunity boosting effect, support in Alzheimer’s disease etc.) here’s what turmeric does for your skin:
iYura Kesaradi Oil brings not only these 3 powerful skin-rejuvenating ingredients together, but also a total of 19 ingredients with 16 Ayurvedic herbs which have a stellar reputation when it comes to skincare.
In just 3 drops daily, whenever you want, this oil boosts your skin with the power of all these excellent ingredients.
How to use iYura Kesaradi Oil
For Kansa Massage:
What to expect
Why is iYura Kesaradi Oil not just another facial oil?
A lot of facial oils are truly a combination of essential oils with some added chemicals, preservatives, binders, stabilizers and fragrance thrown in. iYura’s Kesaradi Oil is not just another bunch of essential oils in a base oil – this oil is Ayurvedic!
What does that even mean?
Meticulously cooked with herbs by following a procedure prescribed by ancient Ayurvedic texts, iYura Kesaradi Oil is made using Kumkumadi Oil, which is a legendary traditional oil meant for incomparable beauty and breathtaking charm!
Interestingly, there’s a beautiful word in the Sanskrit language, called ‘Samskara’. Not only do ‘Samskaras’ refer to moral or ethical values, but they’re also defined as marks of different experiences etched in the human mind or soul.
This word also refers to a ‘process’ or a journey that something goes through. If you notice Ayurvedic cooking, things like the timing of adding the spices to the fat or ghee, the order in which ingredients are added, the way in which certain herbs are added etc. are all very important considerations which affect a change in the nature of food.
This subtle Ayurvedic principle or ‘Samskara’, is meticulously followed in the preparation of iYura Kesaradi Oil. It’s ensured that all herbs are cooked well and only the highest quality of Kumkumadi Oil, specially prepared only with pure ingredients that don’t cost our planet, is used.
Needless to say but important nevertheless, it is totally natural with NO ADDED BINDER, STABILIZER OR PRESERVATIVE AT ALL. The fragrance of the oil is completely natural: that of rose essential oil, saffron, sesame oil and other herbs that have been added.
But here’s a twist:
Why is iYura Kesaradi Oil more special than other Ayurvedic oils?
1.69 fl oz / 50 ml
1.69 fl oz / 50 ml
If you’re still thinking whether to go ahead with this or not… here’s a point that can put things into perspective for you: