Appearance : Fine powder
Container: Small glass jar
Storage conditions: Away from light, humidity and air. Remember to close the jar or bag well after use.
Originally from Morocco, more precisely from the Sahara, this indigo blue powder is one of the many beauty secrets of Sahrawi women.
Nila powder is of mineral origin, initially in the form of rock it is reduced to powder.
Due to its many properties, nila powder is a multi-use product, whitening, lightening, moisturizing or softening.
Nila powder is an excellent anti-wrinkle, it reduces the signs of aging such as age-related brown spots.
Naturally moisturizing, it leaves the skin soft and nourished.
Nila powder can be used to find an even skin texture and reduce rough areas such as knees, elbows...
She can use pure or mix with other cosmetics. Indeed Nila powder will see its properties increased tenfold in contact with vegetable oils or powders, floral waters or even essential oils.
Can be used on skin as well as hair.
For the skin: Generally Nila powder is used as a mask, with a break time of 20 to 30 minutes, rinse with small circular movements to gently erase the skin.
For the hair: Use to reduce the brassiness of henna by adding it to the preparation as a natural pigment