Coconut oil, Castor oil, Cocoa Butter, Avocado butter, Olive Oil, Sunflower Oil, Shea Butter, Almond oil, Apricot Oil, Water, Goat Milk, Palmrosa Essential Oil, Patchouli Essential Oil, Geranium Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil, Tesu Phool, Malai, NaoH*
*Used during the Saponification Process to turn oil into soap. None remains in the finished product. All Real soaps are made with saponified oils only.
Goat Milk- Rich in vitamins, goat milk also contains lactic acid, one of the most commonly used alpha hydroxy acids in skin care. Alpha-hydroxy acids penetrate the skin and have rejuvenating effects on skin's cells, neutralizing free radicals, slowing the aging process and improving the overall look and feel of the skin. People who have cannot otherwise use soaps regularly find Goat milk soap very mild to use.
Cocoa, Shea & Avocado Butter gives you a super smooth skin after shower.
Geranium Essential Oil – is anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial so it helps in treating wounds, cuts and injuries, healing scrapes and scratches. This sweet-smelling oil can also uplift your mood, lessen fatigue and promote emotional wellness. prevent dry skin rash, dry skin symptoms, dry skin patches on face with dry skin home remedies
Cleanse your face and body twice a day – morning and evening. Always use mist immediate after cleansing when pores are open as they need to be filled with steam distilled water to restrain bacterial growth, minimize pore size and provide hydration to the skin.
Avoid direct contact with the eyes as the soap does not contain any numbing or desensitizing agent to soothe the eyes. Always keep the soap in a well-drained soap tray to last longer. Never let your soap sit in a pool of water. Also, it’s safe to use during pregnancy.
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.