Tejita massage powder is prepared from ingredients rich in natural oils that improve overall texture of the skin. When used mindfully massaging the face with Tejita in light upward strokes, it helps to uplift facial muscles for a youthful appearance. At the mind-body level, Tejita raises self-awareness & induces self-love creating a holistic body-mind connection. After Tejita’s energizing self-massage, you experience being pampered in an ancient luxurious nurturing way. It reveals a refreshed you from inside-out. This 100% natural massage powder is safe for daily use.
How it Works
Massaging body with smooth textured botanical ingredients stimulates lymphatic movement & encourages circulation. Tejita penetrates deep inside the skin through pores to feed the skin with right nutrients including omega 3 & Omega 6 oils. Regular (preferably everyday) massage with Tajita, boosts skin health by enhancing the strength & tone of skin tissues. Using Tejita in upward strokes helps to remove excess oil from the skin & purge toxins. Light upward massage also produces heat that helps tone up the facial muscles for a younger looking appearance.
What to Expect
Clean, moisturized & detoxified skin.
Improved & brightened skin tone & texture.
Induced sense of wellness.
Please Note: All ingredients are 100% natural & sourced from most organic sources. No additives, chemicals & preservatives are added. Our products do not contain any potentially carcinogenic ingredients including parabens, artificial fragrances, SLS, SLES, preservatives or artificial colors.
The shelf-life of products is 6 months after which the good oils may begin to evaporate. Keep away from moisture & keep refrigerated for longer shelf-life.
Mix a teaspoon of powder with water and let it settle for a minute. Apply the cream on face & massage in upward circular strokes for 10 minutes. Wash the leftover powder with lukewarm water.
Known as Udvarthanam (to elevate or promote well-being) in Ayurveda, the tradition of using ayurvedic massage powder for self-care, healing, beautification & well-being is as ancient as 3000 years. In ancient parts of India, herb-based massage powders are still used in healing therapies. The massage tradition has its mention in almost all ancient cultures of the world including ancient Greek, Indian, Persian, Egyptian, French, Swedish, Thai, Japanese and Chinese. Before massages became a spa & salon entity across the world, daily self-massages were a much-practiced routine in all ancient cultures of the world.