Most Ayurvedic soaps now available in the market are made of herbal ingredients or herbal extracts with vegetable oils as their base, and leaves the skin feeling fresh and soft. The soaps are gentle enough, and is suitable for both face and body use. Years of study and experience have revealed that plants such as neem, contain excellent powers for cleansing and toning of the skin and hence most Ayurvedic soaps contain neem as the main ingredient.
The vegetable oils including coconut oils, not only cleanses, but also moisturizes the skin. There are also certain types of Ayurvedic herbal soaps that are handcrafted with a good blend of botanical spices, high quality essential oils, and certain ayurvedic herbs that helps in balancing the doshas, while also providing nourishment to the skin.
The vata skin types are recommended to use soaps that contain a moisturizing blend of sunflower, coconut, olive, palm and sesame oils with herbs and botanicals such as Aswagandha, Tulsi, Orange peel, and essential oils such as Orange, Lime and Vetiver.
The Pitta skin types are recommended to use soaps containing a blend of Sunflower, Coconut, Olive and Palm oils and neem leaves, Shatavari, Safflower petals, and essential oils of Mint, Rose and Sandalwood.
The Kapha skin types can use soaps containing a revitalizing blend of Palm, Sunflower, Olive and Coconut oils, along with neem leaves, Haritaki, lemongrass and honey in combination with ginger, lemon and lemongrass essential oils.
The other ingredients found in herbal soaps which is suitable for all skin types include olive, sesame, sunflower, palm and coconut oils, combined with Jatamansi, Tulsi, and Bhringaraj, and essential oils such as Jatamansi, Geranium and Sandalwood.
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