With great pleasure I introduce you to the most amazing natural skincare line Benshen which I am totally obsessed with and had to share with you guys.
Benshen is a natural, small-batch, organic skincare line infused with essential oils, floral, and herbal elements. All the botanicals used have healing powers that work together to nourish, rejuvenate and heal the body. Benshen, which means Root of the Spirit, celebrates the wisdom which teaches us that real beauty begins, when we root our spirits into our bodies and radiate from the inside out. This incredibly line is uplifting for the spirit and a sustainable beauty ritual to incorporate into your daily life. All of the products are 100% natural which is beyond amazing.
The 3 products I have been using is the Nourish serum no.1 which helps with fine lines, balance skin tone, fade scars, heal acne and is inflammatory. It smells incredible and makes the skin feel silky smooth.
Second product is Rose + Aloe Hydrosol which is infused with Aloe Vera and it helps hydrate revitalize the skin for gooey healthy glow we all want. It’s rich in anti-oxidants, protects the skin from environment elements and heals the cellular level from any previous damage. In addition it helps heal skin troubles, redness and inflammation.
And last but certainly not least my favorite product White Tantra which was inspired by White Tantra a meditation experience of Kundalini yoga. The scent was alchemized to connect to our higher selves so that we can all live the life we desire. So what does this magical oil do? Well let me tell you: It clears negativity, nourishes the spirit, enhances spiritual awareness and uplifts the mood. I basically need to order a case of this. Every day I rubbed some on my wrist and I swear it helps tremendously. I discovered Benshen products when I read an article on Desiree Pais who is the founder behind Benshen this Vogue article. Not only is she a total babe she lives her life in a way I hope to one day. Care free, yogi and is all about self love.
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photos by Felicia Lasala