Combining spices, blooms, and woods with Ayurvedic practices, Taila Skincare promises effective and #crueltyfree products that also help educate children in partnership with Shanti Bhavan.
Aiming to detoxify, exfoliate, and restore balance to the skin, the Nava Jungol Detoxifying Mask ($68) contains honey, black cumin seed, turmeric, and pomegranate.
The face mask has an earthy scent that’s a bit strong but it doesn’t linger after rinsing. Upon application, there’s a tingling sensation that transforms into a soothing one after a few minutes. It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth. This would be great for those who are looking for a gentle detoxifying mask.
The Prana Face Oil ($102) claims to minimize fine lines, diminish dark spots, and hydrate and firm the skin with brahmi, amla, rosehip seed oil, and neem.
This face oil has an amazingly light texture, despite the face that it looks heavy in the bottle. It easily sinks into the skin and doesn’t leave it feeling tacky. I still use other products to help diminish dark spots but this mainly helps my skin look smooth and radiant.
I expected to like Nava Jungol but instead adored the Prana Oil as it works well with my oily skin. These products are recommended for those looking for products that are cruelty-free and are made without parabens, artificial colors, synthetic fragrances, and GMOs.