Daily Repair Serum - Rich Repair
For Vata Dosha (also for Pitta)
Rich repair series
- Use when skin tends towards dryness to replenish hydration
- Supports natural skin renewal
- Revitalizes skin
Give your skin the hydration it craves with this Daily Repair Serum. Soothing, satisfying rose and grapefruit seed extract along with algae extracts and amino acids calm while replenishing vital moisture for hydrated, healthy skin.
Shankara offers natural products that fuse the best of East and West to nourish your skin and restore your natural radiance. Founded in 2001, the line brings together Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, with the modern science of actives and antioxidants through modern manufacturing methods. The result is a unique line of natural, result-oriented products. Made with loving care and sustainable practices in small batches in Reagan Wells, Texas, the products seek to promote not just healthy skin, but overall well-being.
The magic of Ayurveda? Not only is it natural, it's customized to you. It is not a one-size fits all solution, but a holistic approach to well-being, which includes your skin.
Part of the inspiration for Shankara is also to build a better future by supporting humanitarian and educational projects. To that end, Shankara donates 100% of net profits to initiatives ranging from education for girls and women empowerment in developing countries to those that help veterans build resilience and overcome PTSD.
Structured energized water; Carbohydrate complex; Glycerin (veg.); Micro-algae extract; Algae extract; NaPCA, Glutamic Acid, Trimethylglycine, Glycine, Alanine, Proline, Serine and Threonine; Hydrolyzed Algin and Chlorella Vulgaris Extract; Aspen bark extract; Homeopathic monoatomic elements (gold, rhodium, iridium); Grapefruit seed extract; Sodium Hyaluronate; Golden Flax extract; Amla extract; Ashwagandha extract; Neem extract; Gotu Kola extract; Chamae Rose extract; Aloe Barbadensis; Fulvic minerals; Rose extract; Vegetable-derived sugars; Rose Absolute EO; Life Everlasting extract