A perfect cleansing and pampering fine powdered herbs and nuts & seeds mix. Toddlers with their inquisitive eyes watch their moms and look to experiment with everything including ubtans/masks at the earliest.
A traditional recipe, completely free from chemicals and preservatives
All ingredients used in the making of the baby ubtan are fine milled by hand in house.
Powdered Jojoba Seeds, Almond Nuts, Coconut Kernels, Green Lentils, Neem Leaves, Kaempferia, Vacha, Kasthuri Manjal, Coriander and Essential Oils of Lavender & Tea Tree.
Jojoba seeds, almond nuts and coconut kernels are meant for nourishing and cleansing the most sensitive skin. Green lentils also called moong dal is packed with antioxidants and help in brightening the skin. Green lentils also contain saponins that provides the natural cleansing.
Powdered herbs like neem, vach, kasthuri manjal and dhaniya are anti bacterial and cool for the skin.
The composition is a unique ancient old ingredients blend very much suitable for the growing up kids skin needs. All ingredients used are edible grade with least processing.
Take 1 table spoon of baby ubtan powder and mix with water to make a running paste. Rub gently and apply all over the body. Rinse with water. Apply after shower oil immediately after shower.
You can add 1 tea spoon of any of these oils like coconut oil, jojoba oil, olive oil etc. for excessive dry skin conditions.
Do not use the powdered ubtan - cleanser on hair.
The ubtan comes in a glass jar so handle the jar with care. Keep the lid properly closed after use. Do not let water enter the jar.
Please read the ingredients to avoid any known allergies that you may have. Though the product is absolutely free from chemicals and preservatives, we suggest you to do a patch test before using it as a regular product.
SNAANA wants to drag your attention to the fact that we are still living in a legal framework that was adopted in British times and has not been amended at the pace synthetics/chemicals have come into use in skin care. Import, manufacture, distribution and sale of skin care/ beauty products are regulated by Drugs & Cosmetics Act 1940 and this law till date has not given a definite and uniform definition for usage of words on labels like natural and organic which is big-time responsible for misleading the consumers.
That is why what is packed in a bottle or jar in the name of natural, organic, ayurvedic is often not what it claims. Synthetic provide comfort and convenience to manufacturers in terms of making product cost effective and extending the shelf life but they harm our bodies. This is because we have never thought that these chemicals can make cause problems like migraine, cancer, hormonal disorders etc and much more in our bodies.