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Poudre de Triphala - Phitofilos

Triphala powder - Phitofilos

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The triphala is a mixture of vegetable powders for the care of the face and the hair. It stimulates hair growth, purifies, cleanses and soothes the hair as well. It is called "the nectar of life" because of its cleansing, balancing and healing properties.

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Description of Triphala powder

Ancient ayurvedic recipe and result of a mixture of three fruits: amla, haritaki and bibhitaki, the triphala powder is known for its richness in antioxidants. The alliance of these three fruits working together offers us a product overflowing with benefits.

It is used in the field of health for its benefits, indeed, the triphala powder prevents aging. Its effect on the skin is remarkable. In addition to cleansing and purifying the face, its vitamin C content provides a toned and vital skin.

It also brings shine, brightness and resistance to fragile and dry hair. The triphala powder also promotes growth and gives a new life to your hair thanks to its regenerative power on the scalp.


Use of the triphala care powder

The triphala powder for the hair


    Mix a quantity of triphala powder with warm water in order to form a paste not too thick.
    Spread generously on the cleansed and moistened scalp and on the hair from the roots to the ends.
    Massage and wrap the hair with cellophane and a towel or scarf.
    Leave on for 30 minutes to 1 hour, then rinse and dry as usual.


Triphala powder for the face


    Mix a tablespoon of powder with warm water until it forms a not too thick paste.
    Apply this to your cleansed face, avoiding the eye and lip areas.
    Leave on for 10-15 minutes and then rinse thoroughly.



Ingredients (INCI)


Emblica Officinalis Fruit Powder (Amla Powder), Terminalia bellirica fruit powder (Bibhitaki Powder), Terminalia Chebula Fruit

Container of the powder

100 gr

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