To call Amla fruit an ancient skin hero would not be an exaggeration. Growing on Amalaki trees native to India, Amla fruit has been used in Ayurvedic medicine to improve skin and hair health since 1500 BC. 

Considered the tree of enlightenment in Theravada Buddhism, the Amla tree is so cherished that there is even a Hindu holiday dedicated to it. 

Amla fruit for dewy skin

And it's easy to see why. Known as the second richest natural source of Vitamin C (600-700 mg per fruit), Amla fruit oil is revered as "the elixir of life". Rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6 essential fatty acids, minerals and phytochemicals such as quercitin and gallic acid, the oil works to soften, smooth, brighten, and firm up skin.

Furthermore, Amla tightens pores, minimizes redness and inflammation, and combats signs of premature aging, thanks to the high presence of tannins and antioxidants in the oil. 

This powerful of Amla is just one of the 33 purposefully selected rare botanical extracts you'll find in our nutrient-dense and indulgent LXMI 33 Face Oil


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