All about Kumkumadi – An ultimate Guide

What is kumkumadi made of? 

Kumkumadi oil, also known as ‘saffron oil’ is a mixture of antioxidant-rich ayurvedic herbs with plant-derived oils to deliver powerful ingredients to the skin. ‘Kumkuma’ is the Sanskrit word for the saffron or kesar plant which are primarily used to make this oil. Kumkumadi oil is prepared with other ingredients as per ancient Ayurvedic texts. Other extracts in this oil include sandalwood, lotus, vetiver, manjistha, turmeric, almond oil, rose oil, sesame oil, and more.

Why is kumkumadi oil good for face?

Wondering what is kumkumadi good for? For centuries, people have loved kumkumadi oil for pigmentation. This oil is rich in herbs that supply antioxidants and vitamins to the skin. However, did you know that many have used kumkumadi thailam for oily skin as well? That’s right, it can balance out sebum production over time. From fading scars and hyperpigmentation to reducing fine lines and sebum, kumkumadi oil works wonders for almost every skin type.

What does kumkumadi oil do?

Kumkumaddi thailam is known to improve the health of the skin by enhancing texture, keeping the skin soft and supple, reducing dark circles, and rejuvenating it overnight. With regular use, one can reap the most benefits of this oil. Adding kumkumadi oil to your skincare regimen is a great way to improve your skin’s health. 

Which is the best kumkumadi oil?

With so many options available on the market today, which brand kumkumadi oil is best? Not only is the Auravedic Kumkumadi oil a bestseller but it is so well-loved by clients that we also offer a Kumkumadi face mask and moisturiser. This way you get to reap the most benefits of kumkuma. If you are confused about which brand kumkumadi thailam is best, check out the Auravedic Kumkumadi oil’s review’s here

Is kumkumadi thailam effective?

Kumkumadi thailam oil is made of herbs like saffron, sandalwood, and kamal kesar. Each of these is known for its skin benefits – from brightening dull skin to fading dark spots. In fact, Kumkumadi oil has been used for improving skin health for centuries. But does kumkumadi tailam make skin fair or does kumkumadi oil darken skin?

 Here are some of the benefits of kumkumadi oil for the skin.

  • Fades dark spots
  • Help reduces the appearance of dark circles
  • Moisturises the skin
  • Improves skin texture
  • Can help calm inflamed skin
  • Makes skin supple and hydrated

To get these benefits it is recommended to use kumkumadi oil regularly at the end of your skincare regimen. Protect your skin with SPF 50 during the day after applying the oil.

Can Kumkumadi oil be used daily?

With such powerful herbs, can kumkumadi thailam be used everyday? Yes! Onto freshly cleansed, toned, and moisturised skin, take a few drops of kumkumadi face oil, and gently apply to the skin. For best results, it is recommended you leave the oil overnight. Alternatively, you can also apply the oil directly to damp skin without a moisturiser. 

Note that kumkumadi oil can be applied to your skincare routine once or twice a day. In the morning you can apply the oil over a moisturiser and under sunscreen. However, if you have oily skin it is recommended to use kumkumadi oil only at nighttime, or in moderation during the day. 

Can we apply kumkumadi tailam on face overnight?

Yes, it is recommended to leave kumkumadi thailam oil overnight to reap the most benefits. At nighttime, you can apply kumkumadi oil after you have cleansed, toned, and moisturised your skin. If your skin is oily, you can choose to skip moisturiser and simply apply the oil over your cleansed skin.

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