Ayurvedic skin care ointment Amrut Jeevan
This unique skin care ointment from Vaipani is preventative and nourishing for various skin problems and made according to an Ayurvedic recipe. Based on ghee (dehydrated butter without foreign proteins - butyrum), amla oil, beeswax, neem and many other ingredients. This excellent premium product is produced by VAIPANI, the Ayurvedic skin specialist.
application: Rub into the affected skin area after gentle cleansing. Leave on overnight, but for at least two hours. For persistent problems, apply and cover with cotton cloth and apply twice a day. Only for external use.
The name Amrut Jeevan leads most Hindus to believe in a panacea (universal remedy). Because it does not stand for a specific product, but for a property. So it is not surprising that anti-aging agents, rasayanas and chyavanprash can also be found in northern India under the name 'Amrut Jeevan'.
Literally translated, Amrut Jeevan means "honeydew of life". That sounds pretty unspectacular to us Europeans. But anyone who deals with Hinduism can estimate the importance. Because Amrut is derived from Amrita, a divine nectar that plays a decisive role in Hindu mythology.
Without him, god Rama would have lost the battle against the demon king Ravana. Amrut traditionally stands for a unique elixir of life. If you look at the ingredients of the Amrut Jeevan care ointment, you can understand why this name was chosen for this Ayurvedic skin cream. Ghee, amla, beeswax, turmeric and many other natural fruits and roots according to the composition.
The recipe sounds like a string of the best naturally occurring care products for the skin. The main ingredient, clarified butter (ghee), is known in almost every household in India and plays a prominent role in Indian culture. It is said to have a nourishing and moisturizing effect on the skin.
Younger women use ghee as a lip balm and, for a youthful glow, as a nutrient-rich, wrinkle-reducing face cream. In addition to ghee, Amrut Jeevan mainly contains amla. Amla is considered the jewel of nature in India by the older generation. Indian grandmothers can't stop raving about the effects of amla on the skin. If you believe them, Amla slows down the aging process, alleviates age spots and protects the skin from external influences.
In northern India, my wife got some insider tips that keep the skin young and beautiful. A face pack made from amla powder, honey and yogurt was the simplest recipe.
The neem contained in Amrut Jeevan is traditionally known primarily for its skin-protecting properties. Beeswax is not only known in India for its skin-caring properties. The caring effect of beeswax was already known in ancient Egypt.
Today, beeswax is often used in high quality moisturizers and skin care gels. Beeswax forms a natural protective film on the skin that preserves the moisture in the skin and protects it from external influences. Beeswax is especially good for dry skin.
An outstanding skin care cream that bears its name for a reason. But where there is light, there is also shadow. The consistency of the cream takes some getting used to for some people. The ghee makes Amrut Jeevan a very greasy, nourishing cream.
The skin care cream should remain on the skin for a longer period of time in order to fully develop its nourishing effect. Therefore, it is very popular to apply it overnight.
The high ghee content can mean that bed linen that comes into contact with the skin care cream takes on a slight odor of ghee after a while. It is therefore advisable to cover areas of skin with cream overnight with a cotton cloth.
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