7 Flowers Beautifying Powder

7 Flowers Beautifying Powder


An ancient and rare blend of seven sacred flowers, once exclusively used in Siamese Royal Court Palace to rub and scent the delicate skin of Princesses.  Known for their unique calming, purifying and hydrating properties these Thai flowers leave the skin, soothed, beautified and with an alluring glow.  In Thailand, the flowers are considered sacred by the Buddhists and used in an herbal tea prepared for brides, as it is believed to give a sweet smell to the skin.


Professional only 1 kilo

Skin Type:

All Skin Types
Do Not Use on skin with Rosacea

Feature Ingredients and Benefits:

Champak: Known for its strongly fragrant yellow or white flowers.  Anti-oxidant and healing.  In Theravada Buddhism, it’s said to be used as the tree for achieved enlightenment.

Pikul: Purifying and moisturizing.  Flowers have light fragrance, which is retained even after flowers are dried.

Jasmine: Known as “King of Aromatics” or “Queen of the Night.”  Moisturizes, tones, balances, cleanses, anti-septic and anti-inflammatory.  Treats dry, irritated, sensitive or inflamed skin, including eczema and dermatitis.

Lily: Flowers are used for their fragrance.  The bulbs and petals have been used since the ancient days for their healing, emollient and anti-inflammatory virtues.  Used to clear, refine, brighten the complexion and help with age spots.


Exfoliates and removes dead skin cells
Brightens and refines complexion
Stimulates circulation


Mix with plain or herbal water to create a smooth semi-liquid paste.  Apply all over the body and rub gently to exfoliate.  Rinse with warm water, or steamed towels.  Follow with application or full-body massage with Rejuvenating Body Concentrate.


Thai White Clay (dinsaw pong), Lily (Lilium longiflorum) dried flower, Jasmine (Jasminum sambac) dried flower, Pikul (Mimusops elengi) dried flower, Bunnak (Mesua ferrea) dried flower, Sarapee (Mammea siamensis) dried flower, Champak (Michelia champaca) dried flower, Ylang Ylang (Cananga odorata) dried flower, Bergamot (Citrus bergonia).