Mirik Healthfoods

Mirik Healthfoods

A make is identical with health and personal care developed from time tested Ayurveda. Ayurveda the antique media science of India ,is not just a doctorine of medical of action of MIRIK, but a way of healthy and happy life.

This young fast rising and professionally FMCG/OTC/Cosmetic /Pharma company product more than 100 conventional products in accordance with the principles of Ayurveda.All the products are unique 100% safe such as MIRSCIATICA- relieve sciatic nerve pain, RHEUMAMIR- controls rheumatic pain, MIRSINUS -relieves cold and sinusitis are few products which have proven effective results.

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FACE MASSAGE GEL

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You may contact at http://mirik.org / E-mail:- support@mirik.net  /  Phone No.:- +91 11 45188100.

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Mirik Healthfoods

Mirik Health Foods Pvt Ltd is a make is identical with health and personal care developed from time tested Ayurveda. Ayurveda the very old media science of India ,is not merely a doctorine of medical of action of MIRIK,but a process of healthy and happy life.

This young fast growing and efficiently FMCG/OTC/Cosmetic /Pharma company product more than 100 traditional products in agreement with the principles of Ayurveda. All the products are unique 100% safe such as MIRSCIATICA- relieves sciatic nerve pain, RHEUMAMIR- controls rheumatic pain, MIRSINUS -relieves cold and sinusitis are few products which have proven effective results.

DEEP CLEANSING MILK CREAM 

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As per mirik healthfoods pvt ltd a new survey finds that homeopathic medicines are primarily used by a small segment of the us population for common selflimited conditions such as the common cold or back pain the report published in the American Journal of Public Health also finds that homeopathy users particularly those who also report visiting homeopathic practitioners find the use of these products helpful and that they tend to use a greater variety of complementary and integrative medicine (cim) modalities than do users of supplements and other cims this is the first detailed report on the use of homeopathy in this country.

The information provided by this survey mirik healthfoods pvt ltd is important to regulatory officials at the fda (food and drug administration) and the ftc (federal trade commission) both of which have inquired about the public use and perception of these products says michelle dossett md phd mph of the bensonhenry institute at massachusetts general hospital lead and corresponding author of the paper since most people purchase these products over the counter without physician guidance it is reassuring to see that most use them for nonserious selflimited conditions.

 

As per mirik healthfoods pvt ltd homeopathy is a 200yearold system of medicine based on the principal of similars  that highly diluted substances can be used to treat symptoms similar to those that would be caused by large doses of those substances in healthy people while it is controversial because of the extremely diluted nature of homeopathic medications interest in homeopathy has increased in recent years although homeopathic medicines are usually stocked near supplements on drug store shelves the authors note they are regulated differently from supplements going through formal approval by the homeopathic pharmacopoeia convention of the united states and conforming with fda guidelines for good manufacturing practices.

The study analyzed data from the national health interview survey which is conducted annually by national center for health statistics of the centers for disease control and prevention mirik healthfoods pvt ltd states that the 2012 survey included a number of questions about participants’ use of cim and was completed by more than 34500 adults the study authors  based at beth israel deaconess medical center where dossett was a research fellow at the time of the survey  divided respondents into four groups: those who used homeopathic products during the preceding 12 months those who used supplements but did not use homeopathy those who used other forms of cim but not homeopathy or supplements and those who did not use cim.

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MIRIK HEALTHFOODS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The market is very much competitive and it dose no compromise with the quality of any product. We maintain the international norms and quality standards of our product with active participation of the concern people in our quility mission.

The market is very much spirited and it dose no collaboration with the quality of any product. We keep the international norms and excellence standards of our product with active contribution of the distress people in our quality assignmentAyurveda proprietary medicines percent exclusive challenge with view to minimize their environmental force from the wrapping with can potential be recycled, the company are designed to be used (for nutrition to clean , groom etc.) And then dispose of waste.

Mirik Healthfoods Pvt  Ltd Face Wash Cream  + Soap Free

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Nourishes and Moisturizes your Skin

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100% Ayurvedic Cream. No side effects. MRP Rs. 249.00.

You may contact at www.mirik.org/E-mail:-  support@mirik.net  /  Phone No.:- +91 11 45188100.

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Mirik Health Foods

MIRIK HEALTHFOODS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The market is very much competitive and it dose no compromise with the quality of any product. We maintain the international norms and quality standards of our product with active participation of the concern people in our quality mission.

The market is very much spirited and it dose no collaboration with the quality of any product. We keep the international norms and excellence standards of our product with active contribution of the distress people in our quality assignment Ayurveda proprietary medicines percent exclusive challenge with view to minimize their environmental force from the wrapping with can potential be recycled, the company are designed to be used (for nutrition to clean , groom etc.) And then dispose of waste.

Mirik Healthfoods Pvt  Ltd ANTI Aging Lotion

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A luxurious Lotion for dehydrated & nature skin.

It helps to stimulate skin tissue.

Maintaining firmness & elasticity at skin.

100% Ayurvedic Lotion. No side effects. MRP Rs. 249.00.

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6 Home Remedies for Hair Growth

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  1. Scalp Massage and Hot Oil Treatment

Massaging your scalp helps improve circulation and hence stimulates hair growth, and you only need to do it for about five minutes daily to see results. Just rub your fingers on your scalp in a circular motion, applying gentle pressure and kneading occasionally to open up the blood vessels and increase blood flow.

Massaging can also be combined with a hot oil treatment once or twice a week. Heat some coconut or olive oil in a microwave or a double-boiler. Heating it will help it penetrate the hair shaft easily and also reduce dandruff.

Put the hot oil on your hair and comb it through to ensure even distribution and reduce breakage during shampooing. Wear a plastic cap or wrap a warm towel around your head (use a hair dryer to heat the towel) and leave it on for at least half an hour before shampooing.

  1. Rosemary

Rosemary is an excellent herb for your hair. It promotes growth of long hair, strengthens the roots, and eliminates dandruff. The herb has antioxidant properties that boost hair growth. In addition, the sulfur and silica content in rosemary helps reverse hair loss.

Rosemary will help increase circulation to the scalp and unclog blocked hair follicles. Furthermore, it can help darken your hair.

  • Mix two drops of rosemary essential oil in two tablespoons of a base oil such as olive, coconut, jojoba, almond or avocado oil. Apply it on your hair and massage the scalp. Leave it on for at least half an hour and then shampoo your hair as usual.
  • You can also use rosemary water as a final hair rinse. To prepare it, steep two or three rosemary sprigs in two cups of hot water for about five minutes. If you have the dried form of the herb, boil a handful of it in water. Allow it to cool and then strain the infusion. Rinse your hair with it after shampooing.
  1. Castor Oil

Castor oil facilitates hair growth because it is rich in omega-9 fatty acids and vitamin E. The thick oil moisturizes your hair, adds volume, prevents frizzing, and also fights scalp infections.

  • It is best to mix castor oil with an equal amount of a base oil to get a better consistency and enhance the benefits. Rub it on your scalp and massage. Leave it on for 30 to 45 minutes. Finally, rinse it out and shampoo your hair. If it is difficult to remove, use a clarifying shampoo.
  • To make it more effective, mix four drops of rosemary essential oil in an ounce of castor oil and then use it on your hair and scalp.
  1. Eggs

Hair is made up of keratin protein and eggs are a great source of protein. Thus, they are highly beneficial in helping your hair grow.

 

  • Whisk two egg yolks and mix in two tablespoons of olive oil. Apply the mixture on your scalp and leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse it out with cold water and then shampoo your hair as usual.
  • Alternatively, mix one egg and one-quarter cup each of plain yogurt and mayonnaise in a blender. Apply this hair mask and cover your hair with a shower cap. Leave it on for at least half an hour before rinsing it out.
  1. Indian Gooseberry

When dealing with hair loss, you can apply coconut oil infused with Indian gooseberry, or amla, to encourage hair growth. It will help greatly with premature graying as well.

  1. Heat some coconut oil in a pan and cook dried amla pieces in it until they are charred. Strain and cool the oil.
  2. Massage your hair and scalp with it. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes.
  3. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
  4. Do this on a weekly basis.

Alternatively, you can apply a mixture of one tablespoon each of dried Indian gooseberry powder and lemon juice. Simply applying fresh amla juice is also useful.

  1. Lemon Juice

Lemons are rich in vitamin C and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, folic acid, and other nutrients. Plus, they are loaded with antioxidants. In addition to hair growth, lemon juice promotes smooth, shiny, dandruff-free hair. When applied on the scalp, it stimulates circulation and hence prevents hair loss. Do not use lemon juice in excess though, as it can lighten your hair color over time.

  1. Mix one part lemon juice and two parts of coconut or olive oil.
  2. Apply it on your hair and scalp and leave it on for 30 to 45 minutes.
  3. Wash it out and then shampoo your hair with a mild shampoo.
  4. Repeat once or twice a week.

To get all these in our ayurvedic products.

 

 

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Urban Stress and Mental Health

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Do we need to prepare ourselves for a more urbanised and, therefore, more depressed world? With the following article I wish to stimulate a conversation between urban planning, architecture and neuroscience, in the hope of facilitating a more nuanced understanding of how urban and rural living conditions differentially impact upon our mental health. At a first glance, there are enormous methodological differences between the disciplines of urban planning and neuroscience. Nonetheless, considering the neuroscientific approach to the topic of cities is essential, as from it we can start to understand how city living affects inhabitants’ brain biology and could therefore influence the risk for developing mental disorders. On the bright side, there are also indicators that show a protective aspect of large cities with regards to mental health. Cities, therefore, may lend themselves to facilitating new and appropriate health intervention strategies.

Urban living is on the rise whereas rural living is becoming the exception – in all parts of the world and at an ever-increasing rate. The rapid pace of urbanisation is an important marker of the societal transition at large that has occurred over the past 30 years. Our world is shifting towards an urban, small-family or single household, and at the same time, an ageing society. In the next 30 years we will be faced with the growing challenges specific to our cities’ aged single urban populations.

But urban living is not only about getting older, it is also about getting stressed. Stress is the unspecific physiological and psychological reaction to perceived threats to our physical, psychological or social integrity. And urban living can be threatening if you haven’t enough space of your own, if you experience insufficient security or live under unstable economic conditions. Stress increases with the anticipation of adverse situations and the fear of not having the adequate resources to respond to them. From an evolutionary point of view, stress is the mechanism that prepares us for any ‘fight-or-flight’ reaction, and also causes us to evolve in order to better adapt to our environment. Although not harmful per se, stress may jeopardise our health when stress exposure is chronic or when complete recovery is not possible.

 

Stress-related health consequences

What does stress do to the body? Our organism has two major hormonal stress systems, the quick responding (within milliseconds) autonomic nervous system, which controls the release of noradrenaline and adrenaline, and the somewhat slower hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenocortical (HPA) system, which is responsible for the release of cortisol, the ‘stress hormone’. Roughly speaking, the quick system prepares us to react immediately whereas the slow system’s reaction depends on the perceived danger of the situation. Noradrenaline and adrenaline increase the heart rate and decrease the heart rate variability, dilate the respiratory airways and activate blood platelets to coagulate. Cortisol antagonises insulin and thus, under certain conditions of persistent stress-dependent dysregulation of the HPA system, results in a diabetes-like metabolic situation. It restructures body fat, promotes obesity, suppresses the immune system and may have a toxic effect on neurons in certain brain regions, particularly the hippocampus, which is important for memory functions.     Repeated exposure to social stress in rats leads to abnormal processing of the so-called ‘TAU protein’ in the hippocampus, a mechanism that plays an important role in the development of Alzheimer’s disease. Stress also leads to the shortening of the ‘protection caps’ at both ends of our chromosomes, called telomeres. At the same time, stress also weakens the enzyme responsible for repairing these protection caps. When the telomeres get too short the cell can no longer divide and the tissue loses its regeneration capacity. The result is premature ageing of the organism.

Urban living and mental health

Living in an urban environment is long known to be a risk factor for psychiatric diseases such as major depression or schizophrenia. This is true even though infrastructure, socioeconomic conditions, nutrition and health care services are clearly better in cities than in rural areas. Higher stress exposure and higher stress vulnerability seem to play a crucial role. Social stress may be the most important factor for the increased risk of mental disorders in urban areas. It may be experienced as social evaluative threat, or as chronic social stress, both of which are likely to occur as a direct consequence of high population densities in cities. As for the impact on mental health, social stress seems to outweigh other urban stressors such as pollution or noise. Living in crowded areas is associated with increased social stress, since the environment becomes less controllable for the individual. Social disparities also become much more prominent in cities and can impose stress on the individual. Further, disturbance of chronobiological rhythmsis is more frequent in cities than in rural areas and has a negative influence on mental health and beyond. A recent meta-analysis showed that urban dwellers have a 20 per cent higher risk of developing anxiety disorders, and a 40 per cent higher risk of developing mood disorders. For schizophrenia, double the risk has been shown, with a ‘dose-response’ relationship for urban exposure and disease risk. Longitudinal studies on patients with schizophrenia indicate that it is urban living and upbringing per se, rather than other epidemiological variables, that increase the risk for mental disorders.

As urbanisation of our world is inevitable, we urgently need to improve our understanding of the threatening – as well as the health protective – factors of urban living. Evidence is beginning to surface that indicates that the urban population shows a stronger brain response to stress, and stronger cognitive impairment under stress. A recent fMRI study in the journal Nature, conducted by a German research group, showed that these effects seem to occur irrespective of age, gender, general health status, marital or income status. In this study, the amygdala (a brain region that regulates emotions such as anxiety and fear) showed higher activation under stress in healthy individuals from large cities compared to their counterparts from rural regions. Interestingly, activation grew with the size of the current home city. Further, activity in another brain region associated with depression, the perigenual anteriour cingular cortex, was positively correlated with the time that an individual had spent in a large city as a child. The more years someone had spent growing up under urban conditions, the more active this brain region tended to be.

Urban stressors during childhood

There is an interesting finding against the converging evidence that adverse conditions in early life can severely impact the developing brain and increase vulnerability to mood disorders in adult life. It has been shown that adverse early-life events can alter the experience-dependent maturation of the stress systems, such as the HPA system. This again results in higher stress vulnerability later in life. Inducing early life stress in rodents (for example, by maternal separation) can result in persistent increase of anxiety-like behaviour and life-long hyperactivity of the HPA system in response to stress. Early-life stress may result in epigenetic changes, which means that the activity of certain genes is altered and may even be inherited by next generations. However, the majority of these studies focus on the effects of adverse experiences such as physical maltreatment, neglect or maternal separation, and not on urban stressors which may affect children’s or parents’ well-being (and therefore influence parental attachment). Thus, further research examining the long-term stress vulnerability effects of urban stressors during childhood is necessary.

Social stress in the city

Another recent study has reported that the size of the amygdala correlates with the size and complexity of an individual’s social network. Other studies have demonstrated the correlation of amygdala activity with the spatial distance between two individuals as well as with anticipated social decline (for example, as a consequence of separation or job loss). What consequence does this have for urban planning? What does that mean in terms of the stress resilience of an increasingly urban population? What are the health consequences of higher social stress exposure and stress vulnerability of urban dwellers, given that stress is the most likely pathophysiological cause of many mental disorders, particularly depression? And from a political perspective, what actions can be taken to protect people living under dense metropolitan conditions from stress and its negative mental impact?

Our brains do not seem to be optimally designed for living under our generation’s urban conditions, in the large, densely-populated metropolises of our world. However, there might be large inter-individual differences of stress vulnerability in an urban environment. For this reason, understanding more about stress-protective factors for city inhabitants might help us to plan appropriate public health strategies. If we assume that stress, most often of a social nature, is the major intermediate variable increasing the risk for mental disorders, then the focus needs to be on identifying and improving our understanding of the most health-threatening social stressors, and how these stressors translate into brain disorders. A look into basic stress research might help: studies show that lack of control, social threat and the fear of losing one’s social status strongly contribute to experiencing stress. These factors have been shown to affect the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. On the other hand, there is interesting converging evidence that proteins that increase social behaviour, so-called pro-social neuropeptides, like oxytocine, can modulate these brain regions. We therefore need to better understand how these social stressors ‘project’ on urban populations under the conditions of city living, and under which conditions they overexcite the compensation and recovery potentials of the individual. How much, for example, does the subjective perception of an uncertain hierarchical order – a well-known social stressor – increase with population density, social disparity or housing conditions?

A look ahead

Clearly, many inhabitants of large metropolitan areas do very well both in terms of health and life quality as they benefit from better infrastructure, and a more dense system of social, health care, cultural and educational options. So this leads us to ask, what are the biological, psychological and social prerequisites for healthy urban living? Answering this and other similar questions by means of neurobiological studies on stress promoting and stress protective variables will be invaluable in helping politicians, city planners and health authorities to plan a healthy urban environment.

Extra risk may be associated with growing up in an urban area – as opposed to first living there as an adult – as stress vulnerability of the brain alters with age. The human brain has distinct periods of vulnerability. The neurobiological effects of experiencing urban stress in early childhood differ from those associated with the experience of urban stress later in life. Therefore, future studies should separate the impact of urban living on the maturing brain, and on the adult brain, and focus on if and how stress factors manifest under these conditions respective of one another, and in conjunction of one another.

So many of us have left and are continuing to leave our rural environments. We seek the density of large cities for their variety of leisure activities, rich cultural life, better access to employment and anonymity; but this seems to come at a cost. We may be paying for it with our health.

Can urban planners benefit from neuroscience? Of course, urban living has many different facets, which again may have a variety of consequences for mental health and well-being. And naturally, the layout of our cities does not project 1:1 on our neurobiology. Cities are complicated structures, and the human brain is an even more complicated organ. This is no good prerequisite for the formulation of simple ‘if-then’ rules. Nonetheless, if major social stressors, such as certain aspects of population density and hazardous social gradients, are proven to be health-threatening, we should be able to moderate population exposure and have an impact on the urban population’s – or perhaps better said, on the majority of humankind’s – increased risk of mental health problems. We should bear in mind that these factors apply to cities of the Western world. The urban challenges in the megacities of middle- and low-income countries may vary as they bear greater challenges in terms of poverty, steep social gradients, poor hygienic standards and poor safety. These factors may impose additional and potentially stronger stressors on the population. The World Health Organization has highlighted stress as one of the major health challenges of the twenty-first century. Urban living is quickly developing as a major contributor to this. The challenge can, however, be tackled by joint action between life sciences, social sciences, urban planning, architecture and politics.

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Water Disease problem in worldwide

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As per mirik healthfoods pvt ltd the global picture of water and health has a strong local dimension with some 1 percent 1 billion people still lacking access to improved drinking water sources and some 2 percent 4 billion to adequate sanitation percent. Today we have strong evidence that water percent sanitation and hygiene-related diseases account for some 2 percent 213 percent deaths annually and an annual loss of 82. 196 disability adjusted life years 2004 who estimates indicate that worldwide over 2 billion people are infected with schistosomes and soil transmitted helminthes and 300 million of these suffer serious illness.

As a result malaria kills over a million people every year and a large percentage of them are under five as well mainly in Africa south of the Sahara in 2001. Mirik have observed that the estimated global burden of malaria amounted to 42 per cent 3 million constituting 10 percent of Africa. Overall disease burden malaria causes at least 396 per cent 8 million cases of acute illness each year per cent pregnant women are the main adult risk group per cent as one of the major public health problems in tropical countries per cent it has been claimed that malaria has reduced economic growth in African countries by 1 per cent3 per cent each year over the past 30 years per cent.

According to mirik healthfoods pvt. ltd an estimated 246 per cent 7 million people worldwide are infected by schistomiasisper cent and of these 20 million suffer severe consequences of the infection per cent while 120 million suffer milder symptoms per cent an estimated 80 per cent of transmission takes place in Africa south of the Sahara per cent

Diarrhea occurs worldwide and causes 4 per cent of all deaths and 5 per cent of the health loss to disability per cent said mirik healthfoods pvt. Ltd in Bangladesh alone per cent some 35 million people are exposed per cent on a daily basis per cent to elevated levels of arsenic in their drinking water per cent which will ultimately threaten their health and shorten their life expectancy per cent after the tsunami attack in Asia on Sunday the 26th of December 2004 people faced the threat of water borne diseases linked to flooding per cent like shigellosis per cent cholera per cent hepatitis a per cent leptospirosis per cent typhoid fever per cent malaria and dengue fever per cent.

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Mirik healthfoods ayurvedic products

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Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd Mir HEIGHT (CAPSULE)

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  • Mir Height is natural product, which helps to increase the height of the human body. It helps in stimulating the human growth hormone that will help in gaining the height. Due to the active herbal formulations, it stimulates the anterior part of pituitary gland that in turn secretes the growth hormone that is very effective in promoting growth and height of an individual when the secretion of the growth hormone ceases.

 

100% Ayurvedic medicine. No side effects. MRP Rs. 1,499.00.

 

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Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd LEMON SOAP (Hand Made Soaps)

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  • Mirik Hand Made Lemon Soap is known for its calming and uplifting properties and is most anti-bacterial and anti-fungal.
  • It’s an alluring scent described as more lemony than lemon and for you citrus-lovers this definitely will top your list.

 

Mirik`s Hand Made Soap. 100% Ayurvedic Soap. No side effects. MRP Rs. 125.00.

 

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Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd MIRSEX

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  • Restore Vitality
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  • Increase Confidence, Energy & Stamina
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  • Stimulate sexual interest
  • Helps in penis enlargement
  • Increases blood flow to the lower extremities
  • Enhances the function of the male sexual organs

Increase Confidence, Energy & Stamina. 100% Ayurvedic medicine. No side effects. MRP Rs.1,499.00

 

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Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd GROW-MOR (ANTI BALDNESS SOLUTION)

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COMBO PACK OF LOTION, OIL & CAPSULES

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  • Stop Hair Fall
  • Prevents Graying
  • Male Pattern Baldness
  • Alopecia
  • Patchy Baldness
  • Removes Dandruff
  • Generate New Hair

Anti Baldness Solution. 100% Ayurvedic Combo Package. No side effects. MRP Rs. 1,499.00.

 

Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd MIRCLEAR (ANTI MARKS CREAM)

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  • Double action remedy for hyper pigmentation that reduces and removes scars, marks, blemishes, post pimple scars, stretch scars, dark circles under the eyes and burn scars.

Cure for all scars & marks, dark under eye circle & glowing complexion. 100% Ayurvedic Cream. No side effects. MRP Rs. 315.00.

 

Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd AVELANCHE (PERFUM DE COSTUME)

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