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An excellent moisturizer, cold pressed coconut oil forms the base of our soaps
The Indian basil, Tulsi, has been used in Ayurvedic remedies for colds, headaches and inflammation. It is widely used in soaps due to its natural antibacterial properties.
A natural anti fungal and insect repellent, Palmarosa is loved for its rose aroma.
A fragrant grass, the soothing and cooling nature of Vetiver is believed to pacify inflammation and promote a good night sleep. It is also prized for its deep, smoky fragrance.
Used in aromatherapy and perfumes due to its mesmerizing aroma, Sugandha Mantri is also known as Ghandi Root and is also used for immune support.
A fast growing tree of the custard-apple family, its flowers are widely used in perfumes and aromatherapy.
An herb from the mint family, Patchouli has been used for centuries in perfumes, incense, insect repellants and alternative medicines.
Used for its citrus aroma and moisturizing properties.
Believed to be great for oily skin, Geranium is also known for its aromatic, floral properties.
A natural antiseptic, Galangal has a citrusy, earthy aroma with hints of cedar.
Used in all soaps in a process called saponification, lye occurs in a naturally occurring chemical reaction between soda (sodium carbonate), and lime.