TianDe – Tibetan Herbs Series

In South East Asia there is a place that particularly stands out among many other countries in this region. It is situated on a high mountain plateau and is surrounded by the majestic mountains of the Himalayas. Since ancient times, this mysterious place attracted the minds of scientists, mystics and romantics from around the world. It is one of the most amazing places of Asian region- Tibet.

When we say the name “Tibet” before our eyes like a kaleidoscope, change strict and majestic landscapes: snow-capped mountains, glaciers – shining like gems, ancient monasteries and vast plains with mysterious riders disappeared into the misty distance. But Tibet – it is not just endless expanses and proud ridges, this is the place on earth that many people want to visit, it impresses with its unique religion and medicine – Buddhism and Tibetan medicine.

Tibetan medicine is a holistic system of healing which has served the people of Tibet for centuries. This is science, art and philosophy that provides a holistic approach to health preservation. It is a science because its principles are set out in a systematic and logical structure based on the understanding of the body and its relationship with the environment. Tibetan medicine is an art because it uses diagnostic methods based on creative potential, understanding, compassion and finesse doctor or healer. Still – it is a philosophy, because it covers the principles and ethics of fate.

The healing power of plants has been known since ancient times. The world of plants – the greatest miracle of nature and the realm of beauty. Each plant is a kind of plant, in which the synthesis takes place of a wide variety of rare and useful for the human body substances. Plants are living organisms that have a strong energy. They do not only delight us with a variety of colors – but they can do wonders. People have long noticed that everything that grows in nature has amazing and mysterious healing properties. And not taking advantage of this it is virtually impossible, because nature has always been with us. From ancient times to the present day, word of mouth has transmitted legends of miraculous means of the Tibetan medicine.

Since ancient times in China and Tibet in parallel in medicine and cosmetics, knowledge accumulated and has been used about the miraculous properties of plants. Doctors of ancient China believed that the skin is the “mirror of the soul” and that it reflects the harmony between the two universal principles – Yin and Yang existing within the human soul. “Outer beauty is born of inner beauty” – a fundamental principle of Chinese philosophy, according to which some plants exhibit the essence in Yang. Plants, reflecting the nature “Yang” are carriers of energy, they stimulate cell regeneration, have rejuvenating properties and prevent wrinkles. Plants that reflect this essence, restore the lipid barrier of the skin and make it more elastic. The use of cosmetic products containing ingredients “Yang” have a great effect on restoring the skin. For example, “Yang” energy saturates the skin with youth and beauty, its components are ginger and ginseng.

Tibetan medicine offers a holistic approach to healing and rejuvenation of the human body. Improves health as a result of the harmonious balance of subtle energies, and treats the disease – that is a consequence of the violation of this balance. The basic concept of Tibetan medicine is increasing and harmonizing vital energy that circulates in the meridians of the body that becomes health, vitality, rejuvenation of the body and mind, balanced emotions and unlocked creative and spiritual abilities.

Unique Tibetan medicines – They have been proven by millennial application with perfectly matched proportions of components incorporate 10 to 35 herbs, minerals and raw materials of animal origin.

TianDe Tibetan Herbs Cosmetic Series

Mastering the art of cosmetics, has always been the work of newcomers. At any time, women have tended to look young and attractive, and preserved their beauty to old age. Why not take advantage of the ancient wisdom accumulated over the centuries?

Within the unique series of TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series cosmetic products for face we find many natural ingredients: essential oils, extracts of Tibetan medicinal herbs and natural medicinal water sources.

The herbs in the formula nested in TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series, have pronounced healing powers. These herbs are collected by people who possess the essential herbal knowledge and know special methods of harvesting – by hand, in strictly defined time, which is governed by the lunar calendar. It may be early in the morning and maybe at night, but this is the time when the herbs are full of strength and vital energy. Collecting herbs is carried out in the highly ecological regions of Tibet.

Using the latest technology used in the production of the series, the plant material is carefully processed, which allows to maintain and enhance the therapeutic properties of herbs.

A subtle blend of plant extracts and essential oils makes TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series irreplaceable in its effectiveness. TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series have a positive effect on the skin in two ways: through direct contact with its useful components and through stimulation of reflex receptors by aromatic oils.

Main ingredients

Green tea – the most powerful bio-stimulant and antioxidant, one of the most popular in modern cosmetics. Effectively moisturizes the skin, has toning, antiseptic and antibacterial properties. Stimulates the blood circulation, lymph flow and production of collagen in the skin. Reduces inflammation and redness, improves skin elasticity, improves complexion and prevents wrinkles.

Ginger and cinnamon – In ancient times for cosmetic procedures spices from the wise Queen of Sheba, Cleopatra of the charming and charismatic Scheherazade were used. To benefit from this example and use of spices, Ginger and Cinnamon has been used in cosmetology.

For many centuries, ginger is known not only as a spice but also as a drug. Its Sanskrit name “vishvabhesadzh” translates to “cure.” Birthplace of ginger has its place in South Asia. Cosmetologists appreciate it because of its strong antiseptic properties. The fact must be added that the scent of ginger has a calming effect on the nervous system. Knowing this, it is no wonder that in ancient times, the value of 1 kg ginger was equal to the value of a sheep. Ginger is a treasure of beauty! Its main component is a substance called zingiberene (70%). It is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2 and C, salts of magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sodium, potassium and zinc and contains all the essential amino acids. Therefore, the use of ginger in cosmetology is very desirable.


  • Activates metabolic processes
  • Increases blood flow to the skin
  • Cleans, regenerates problematic skin, removes inflammation (acne, herpes, premenstrual rash)
  • Improves the firmness, elasticity and rejuvenates the skin
  • Cleanses and shrinks the pores, normalizes the activity of sebaceous glands
  • Strengthens hair and stimulates its regeneration

Ginger as an antimicrobial (including anti-streptococci and staphylococci) has stimulating and toning effects. The root of the ginger is able to significantly tighten the skin, making it more sustainable. It supports the removal of toxins, improves stamina and the energy balance of the skin, it removes lethargy and fatigue. Ginger is a powerful antioxidant with immuno-modulatory effects. It prevents aging of the skin and fights fatigue. Restores energy balance, stimulates, regenerates and tones the skin cells.

On the exotic island of Sri Lanka (Ceylon), grows an evergreen shrub known as cinnamon. It’s extracted not only as popular spice for sweets but also as a fragrant oil. The percentage of oil content in the bark, leaves, stems and young shoots is less than 1%, so the production of essential oils on an industrial scale requires a large amount of raw material. Plantations of cinnamon trees exist in India, Vietnam and China.

Cinnamon – The favorite spice of cooks and confectioners, which also offers excellent beauty and health benefits. It is a natural antioxidant used to tone the skin, improve its complexion, nourish the cells of aging skin and also acts as a rejuvenating agent. Cinnamon has Tannin, essential oils and grease, minerals (potassium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium, calcium and zinc), vitamins A, C, B1, B2, PP.

Ginseng (“Zhen” in Chinese – “man”, “gin” – “root”) – an amazing relic plant that managed to survive the dramatic changes in the climate and has been preserved until today. In medicine, of the south-eastern countries such as China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, ginseng root is considered to be a universal remedy. Ancient Chinese medicine considers it to be a “root of life”, giving the health to all patients. This root transcribed ability to extend life and youth.

Ginseng is an active biogenic stimulator. Has toning, anti-stress, immuno-modulatory and regenerative properties. It regulates water, electrolyte and protein balance. Acts as a powerful antioxidant and has a rejuvenating effect. Strengthens the skin, saturating it with oxygen, making it more elastic and helps to balance the production of necessary lipids that accelerates regeneration of skin cells. Ginseng has healing and anti-bacterial properties. It is recommended for dry and sensitive skin. It is also included in products for care of ageing skin, hair strengthening and bath products.

Read more about Ginseng – here.

White Lotus – A mysterious and sacred plant which has been regarded in Egypt, and in India as a symbol of the universe for centuries. In all the ancient cultures of the world, the lotus has a special place. In India, it is considered a symbol of purity and spiritual enlightenment.

In cosmetics, the extract from the flowers of the white lotus has a moisturizing, cleansing, smoothing, refreshing and anti-inflammatory effects. It improves skin texture by firming and toning it. Also restores skin elasticity, effectively calms sensitive skin and slows down the signs of aging. The extract from the white lotus is used in cosmetics as a source of flavonoids, alkaloids, vitamins and palmitic acid.

Honeysuckle – An extract used in cosmetics; obtained from low level shrub, fruit, bark and branches of honeysuckle. The extract of honeysuckle has a wide range impact – antioxidant, antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial, prevents the appearance of rosacea and more. This extract has an exfoliating effect and helps to fight eczema and psoriasis. Why are there so many useful properties? Because extract from honeysuckle is rich in vitamins, polyphenols, catechins, tannins and glycosides!

Honeysuckle is one of the richest plant in polyphenols. It perfectly soothes irritated and inflamed skin and can be easily placed amongst other soothing plants such as green tea, aloe Vera and chamomile. Honeysuckle extract is rich in vitamin C – which is a great antioxidant – and chelating components that stimulate the production of collagen in the skin.

Honeysuckle contains quercetin – an antioxidant that has an anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties, and when used regularly – acts as a powerful antioxidant that protects against UV radiation and stimulates the blood circulation. Caffeic acid has anti-fungal and anti-oxidant properties that helps relieve inflammation and restore sun-damaged skin.

The content of chlorogenic acid in the extract of honeysuckle is up to 10%, which defines its antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Safflower – Traditional Chinese Medicine has used saffron as early as in 1061. Safflower oil is one of the products derived from saffron, it is especially valuable in cosmetology. It’s rich in linoleic acid, which cannot be synthesized in the body. It gives strength and elasticity to the blood vessels, regulates important life processes of the body and has a moisturizing effect and a high penetrating power.

Safflower oil softens, strengthens and nourishes the skin, normalizes cellular functions, improves blood circulation, has anti-inflammatory effects and has a high water holding capacity. Moreover, it serves as a conductor (synergy of performance) of the other ingredients into the deeper layers of the skin.

Silk proteins – Extracted from a silk thread – a waste product of silkworm was discovered in China in the III millennium BC.

Silk proteins improve metabolic processes in cells, microcirculation and lymph and skin structure. They nourish the skin with amino acids that are necessary for the improvement of the metabolic processes in the skin. Amino acids can easily penetrate the skin and trigger a cascade of biochemical reactions for its recovery.

In addition to the above mentioned rare plants and herbal complexes TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series contains extracts of sage, witch hazel, St. John’s wort and other plants. As already mentioned in Tibetan and Chinese medicine we can find multi-component complexes that include up to 35 species of plants.

Multicomponent plant complexes, which are a part of the TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series, enhance cell regeneration, have a rejuvenating effect, prevent wrinkles, restore the lipid barrier of the skin and make it stronger and more elastic.

Cosmetics based on natural herbs help to reveal the natural beauty of the skin, like no other. Medicinal plants, stored energy of the sun and the power of nature preserves freshness and elasticity of the skin for years. TianDe Tibetan Herbs Series is recommended for use after the age of 35.

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