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  • hedleydennis
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    Jasmine soap is the best way to start your day looking and feeling good.


    CBD Cream
    Last edited by hedleydennis; 08-15-2020, 05:55 AM.

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    Originally posted by healthy View Post
    What do you recommend for ayurvedic soap?

    I'm have dry skin and looking for a soap that moisturize and relieve my itching.

    Thank you!!
    I recommend you to treat your skin with Ayurveda. Ayurvedic Wellness Centre- The Best Ayurvedic Practitioner in Sydney will help to cure your skin problems. Read more here
    https://ayurvedicwellnesscentre.com....and-treatment/

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  • JamesWilliams
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    What is difference between normal soap and herbal soap?

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  • powerashav
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    Neem one of the good ayurvedic soap known for curing skin

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  • Emma
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    How about some gentle toner?

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  • albertwilliam
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    I have one question whether it remove pimples.

    How to Remove Pimples

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  • shavitandon
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    Using soaps containing chemicals for washing the face is the biggest mistake that most people make.

    Why we should use Herbal Soap?

    The skin is exposed to harsh weather conditions and environment pollutantsevery day. The dirt and grime make your skin oily. It is important to clear the dust, so as to avoid acne, pimples, and blemishes. This is why our skin needs herbal facial cleansers.**

    There are many brands of herbal soap in market.*moha: Herbal Soap is one of the best brands available in India. moha: Soap is enriched with oils of Neem, Basil and Aloe that nourish and moisturize the skin leaving it wonderfully soft, supple & infection free.*Its unique combination offers skin care with soothing and cleansing effect.*Neem oil has hydrating and antimicrobial properties. Aloe is useful for skin hydration and recommended for dry skin. Basil acts as antiseptic and has antibacterial action.

    These are few tips to keep your skin clean:

    DOS:******************************************************* ************************************************** ************************************************** ************************************************** ************************************************** *******************************************
    1. Practice skin hygiene.*
    2. Protect your skin*from too much sun
    3. Use a moisturizer to keep your skin hydrated, best-recommended moisturizer is moha: Moisturizing Lotion.
    4. Supplement yourself with good skin tonic. Recommended product is Skinelle Nutra.







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  • anshika154
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    Originally posted by healthy View Post
    What do you recommend for ayurvedic soap?

    I'm have dry skin and looking for a soap that moisturize and relieve my itching.

    Thank you!!
    rather then using a soap use a mild facewash and one home remedy

    Take any moisturizer mix turmeric powder within it and apply it overnight within days results will be visible

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  • johnwiliam5946
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    Medimix is one of the good and oldest ayurvedic soaps present in the market.

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  • AyurvedaDoctor
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    Latest Ayush soaps from hindustan unilever is good.

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  • shavitandon
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    Moha Herbal Soap is the best ayurvedic soap having medicinal properties with additional benefit of moisturization. The herbal essential oils of Neem and Tulsi act as antiseptic in various skin conditions.

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  • ellenw
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    For Vata constitutions in particular, it is a good idea to avoid using soap. Pitta skin can also be prone to irritation, so it is important to use a very mild soap, if any. Kapha can tolerate soap much better. I really love the neem and aloe soap from Banyan Botanicals. It's very gentle and calming to the skin and is a good cleanser if you need to remove dirt or sweat.

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  • beegee
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    Hi John, you can try this http://shopindia.pro/products/body-s...dy-scrub-ubtan . It is a herbal body scrub, with a powdered mix of 10 natural herbs. Cleansing, nourishing, rejuvenating and helpful in eliminating body odor. It is 100% natural, and has no side effects. Can be mixed with any liquid of your preference, milk, cream, yogurt etc., to form a paste and applied during bathing.

    Alternatively if you are looking for a soap in particular, I will recommend http://shopindia.pro/products/for-bo...-body-cleanser . This is a herbal body cleanser with mineral clay and other natural herbal extracts. Gentle on skin, while effectively cleansing dirt and body odor. Try it out, and let me know how it helped!

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  • johnhastings
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    Thank u for your suggestion and i will use that for my dry skin.

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  • William3
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    I thinks peer is best soap for all kind of skins....
    Last edited by ayurvedic; 03-29-2016, 07:52 AM.

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