Bath powders have been used longer before soaps were invented.
Ayurvedic texts mention about bath cleansers made of green gram
powder, rice powder with various fragrant herbs added to them. To
indulge in Ayurvedic Abhyanga snanam, one can apply suitable body oil
like sesame or cold pressed almond and wash off with a traditionally made Ayurvedic bath powder, also known as Ubtan or bath powder.
Ancient Living Ayurvedic luxury bath Powder (Ubtan) is made of healing
Navara rice, Mudga , Musta, Vidanga, Ushira, Amalaki, Haritaki,
Kasturi Harida ,Bakuchi, Shati, Chick pea ,Naranga,
& Vibhitaki. This medley of 13 herbs makes it a very
uplifting bathing experience.
Navara rice used in classical Ayurvedic treatments is cultivated only
in Kerala great for exfoliation. Ashtangahridayam a 12th century Ayurvedic book applauds the qualities of Navara Rice. Naranga gives clear skin while
Amalaki rich with vIt C imparts the glow. Vetiver cools the skin while removing any pigmented spots. Kasturi enhances complexion while real sandal pampers the skin with its exotic fragrance. Manjista is a natural detoxifier. Vidanga is a strong anti-microbial, helps ward off skin infections. Mudga softens the skin.
How to Use:
- Mix with water to make a paste with few spoons of the
powder. Scrub it over the body gently for a
refreshing bath experience