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Mustard Oil for the Monsoon


The onset of the Monsoons in India marks a time of high humidity, sticky weather and the risk of various fungal and bacterial infections. All this is bad news for your skin.

Since ancient times, Mustard Oil has been used in India to enrich and detoxify the skin. The wise sages who prepared Ayurvedic formulations were, obviously, aware of the unique properties that Mustard Oil has. It has a revitalizing effect on skin cells; it tones the skin; it acts as a natural moisturizer preventing dry, flaky skin; it improves blood circulation; it cleanses the pores of the skin while its natural heating action opens these pores up, enabling them to flush toxins out through the skin; and it even acts as a natural de-tanning agent clearing up spots and marks on the surface of the skin.

Mustard Oil is a rich source of natural Vitamin E and is also packed with natural antioxidants. Both these attributes are excellent for your skin. As atmospheric pollution reaches alarming levels all around you, you can use Mustard Oil to protect your skin from the cellular damage caused by harmful free radicals floating in the air.

During the monsoons, it is a good idea to have a pre-bath Mustard Oil massage, especially before going out. And while the idea of using Mustard Oil in this sticky weather doesn’t sound too attractive, the benefits far outweigh the discomfiture and inconvenience.

Do remember – Mustard Oil has powerful antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobial and antiviral properties. These are just perfect for protecting you and your family from the onslaught of infections and diseases that the rainy weather brings in its wake.

Mustard Oil – it’s your antidote for Monsoon Madness!

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