Oriental ally for acne-prone skin

Among the world’s most expensive spices, saffron is obtained from the stigmas of the Crocus sativus flower and has various applications ranging from culinary to cosmetic and even medical ones.The Persians traditionally used it to brighten the skin and to reduce acne and skin imperfections. 

Cosmetic Benefits

Known to kill bacteria and flush toxins out as well as possess exfoliating properties, it can aid in reducing the common imperfections of oily skin and contribute to reducing hyperpigmentation for an even and uniform complexion.


See it applied in the Ayurvedic wisdom on the skin concept


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