Luxury ingredient for a refined skin

This resin has been used throughout the history in cosmetics as an incense, perfume and holy ointment. Its anti-aging properties were valued by the Arabians that used it to treat wrinkles, dry and cracked skin as well as by the Ayurvedic medicine that considered myrrh a promotor of longevity.

Cosmetic Benefits

Directed at reducing the main signs of aging, such as wrinkles, it also works as a skin conditioner to help dry, mature and chapped skin to achieve a smooth and well-preserved complexion.


See it applied in the Ayurvedic wisdom on the skin concept


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