Pukka Skincare Range
01 February, 2013

Pukka’s Organic Skincare range uses principles from Ayurveda, a traditional Indian healthcare system dating back thousands of years, with the focus on using natural ingredients

Pukka only uses the herbs with the highest reputation among Ayurvedic practitioners, to detoxify the skin and replenish nutrients in a quest to improve complexion. Examples include: amla, a fruit with potent anti-oxidant properties; gotu kola, a leafy plant known to help with tone and repair, and the neroli flower which has been used for centuries to rejuvenate the skin and relieve tension and anxiety. Below find a list of Pukka Skincare products you can find on-line and off-line (in store)!

 

Cleansing and Toning

Nourishing Brightener (Organic bilberry and almond for exfoliation, amla and gotu kola to replenish and brighten the skin)

Gentle Cleanser (Organic rosewater and green tea to refresh and tone, amla abd neem to replenish and balance the skin’s pH levels)

Uplifting Toner (Rosewater and orange flower to tone and brighten complexion, calendula and gotu kola to clarify and hydrate)

 

Moisturising

Balancing Day Cream (Rose otto and macadamia to gently replenish and protect; evening primrose and shea butter to nourish and condition)

Deep Moisture Day Cream (Neroli flower and shea butter to soothe and soften; rosehip and poppy seed oil to firm and protect)

Nourishing Night Cream (Frankincense and avocado to nourish and soothe; pomegranate and starflower to rejuvenate and revitalise)

 

Treatments

Firming Face Oil (Starflower and rosehip to plump and enhance tone; arnica and neroli flower to rejuvenate and protect)

Nourishing Face Oil (Avocado and pomegranate for essential nourishment; calendula and rose otto for radiant glow)

 

Misc

Radiance Serum (Aloe vera and manuka honey to soothe and refresh; gotu kola and lemon balm to tone and brighten the complexion)

Firming Eye Cream (Blue chamomile, rosehip and elderberry to firm and protect; blackcurrant and pomegranate to condition and tone)

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