Babchi (Bakuchi ) Cold Pressed Oil


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Product Description

SNAANA’s Pure Babchi Oil (Bakuchi Oil) is extracted from the Fabaceae tree (legume family) through cold-pressed method. Babchi Oil (also called Bakuchi Oil in Sanskrit) is the Indian name for Psoralea Oil. Babchi is honoured as ‘Kustanashini’ in Ayurveda, meaning ‘leprosy destroyer’. As the most trusted Ayurvedic herb for blood purification and skin health, this oil is best used to cure skin disorders and infections. Some of its major properties include astringent, anti-bacterial, anthelmintic, anti-depressant and anti-microbial.

At SNAANA we source babchi/bakuchi seeds from Rajasthan. The black/grey seeds contain just 8-9% of oil in them. It takes about 11 kilograms of babchi seeds to produce a litre of cold-pressed babchi oil. It is also known as bakuchiol.

Babchi oil is a fast-growing – demanding ingredient in skin care industry. It is considered an alternate to Retinol as it functions like Retinol & clinically proven to have anti-ageing effects

Babchi Oil has the major chemical constituents, such as bakuchiol, psoralen, linalool, limonene, α-elemene, angelicin, bavachalcone, isopsoralen, corylifol, 6-prenylnaringenin, corylin, isobavachalcone, corylifolin, psoralidin, bavachromanol, methyl 4-hydroxybenzoate and neobavaisoflavone.

Ingredient – Cold pressed Babchi seed Oil only.

Benefits of Bakuchi Oil

Babchi/Bakuchi oil benefits include

  • Skin - Use in your 30s and beyond to keep your skin flawless. It works on Lines & wrinkles, Pigmentation, Elasticity & Firmness, Photo damage. Add 1-2 drops to your face oil or body oil to add benefits to your skin care regime.
  • Hair - Use on scalp & hair to control hair loss, fight Fungal & bacterial infections and seek long last relief from psoriasis/eczema
  • Skin Discoloration - It is used for thousands of years in the treatment of vitiligo/loss of pigments in the skin It promotes the pigmentation and stimulates melanin pigments.

Directions for using Snaana's Cold-pressed Babchi Oil

It is very potent oil. Dilute the oil in carrier oil and apply. Dilute in the ratio of 1:10 initially to start with. Or use under the guidance of a practitioner. Choose carrier oil that suits your skin & scalp tone for it to work best.

Storage

Always store the oil in a cool and dry place. The oil is good to use for a year from the date of cold pressing.

Precaution using Babchi/Bakuchi oil

Although Babchi Oil has its uses in various health and skin care, there are, however, certain precautions which cannot be ignored.

  • Pregnant women should not use this oil
  • Do not use this oil if you are undergoing PUVA (ultraviolet light- chemotherapy) therapy as it might cause photosensitive reactions
  • 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.

Faq's

How to use babchi oil for Vitiligo?

It is best to apply the oil 3-4 times a day on the areas of concern. One should patiently massage the patch for 1-2 minutes each time with the application of the oil.

Is this glass bottle?

Yes, it is a glass amber colour bottle to keep the oil safe and healthy.

What is the shelf life of SNAANA's Babchi Oil?

Babchi oil is good to use for 2 years form the date it is cold pressed. All cold pressed oils should be kept in cool temperature.

How to use babchi (bakuchi) oil for respiratory health?

Add 2 drops of babchi oil, 1 drop of peppermint oil to a steamer. Inhale the steam and cover your body and sleep. Inhalation can relieve symptoms related to blocked nose, cold and cough etc.

Is babchi oil and bakuchi oil the same

Babchi oil is made from the seeds of babchi. Babchi is known by different names in different regions in India. It is known as bakuchi, bavachi, bawchi, barachi, psoralea etc. Hence Bakuchi oil and babchi oil are the same.

Is babchi/bakuchi grown in india?

Babchi oil is a medicinal plant now cultivated in many parts of India because of increasing demand. Earlier it was found in uncultivated areas growing on its own in the monsoon. The seeds are sown in the month of April- May and are harvested in the year end. All parts of the plants are used to treat various disorders in the human body. It is a folk medicine in India.

How is bakuchi oil made?

At SNAANA we make bakuchi oil by cold pressing the bakuchi seeds. The seeds are sourced from the farmers cultivating the seeds in the Indian state of Rajasthan. A kilogram of seeds gives about 80-90 grams of its oil through cold pressing. Cold pressing is the best technique to make pure healthy oil.

Who should use Bakuchi oil?

Bakuchi oil is a clinically proved to contain anti –ageing effect. It functions similar to retinol and hence individuals in 30s and beyond can use the oil in their skin care regime to delay ageing, overcome pigmentation etc. One should always dilute the oil and apply.

How to use bakuchi oil for scalp?

Bakuchi oil is a hair tonic as it controls hair loss, fights fungal & bacterial infections and promote healthy scalp and hair. Always dilute the oil and apply.

How to find the best bakuchi oil?

Always buy cold pressed bakuchi oil. Make sure to know and understand the brand before making a purchase. This is simply because products sold on the name of natural – pure are often not the same. We suggest using cold pressed oil for the skin application. Avoid cosmetic grade oils.

What is the nature of the babchi?

Babchi pacifies kapha and vata doshas and aggravates pitta doshas.

Is it good to use face oil that contains bakuchi oil?

Yes, absolutely there is no harm in using diluted bakuchi oil on face.

Bakuchi oil is often termed as Retinol Alternate. Is it true?

Bakuchi oil do not have any structural resemblance to retinoids but can function similar to functional analogue of retinol. As per the research published in pubmed – Bakuchi oil – a retionol like functional compound states that in a clinical study -when Bakuchi oil was formulated into a finished skin care product and applied twice a day on face for 12 weeks – There was significant improvement in lines and wrinkles, pigmentation, elasticity, firmness and overall reduction in photo-damage.

Can I use Babchi/bakuchi oil in DIY home remedies?

Yes – Add babchi oil to your face oil, body oil, or hair oil and use. Always dilute and use the oil.

Can I use the oil for stimulating pigment in the skin?

Babchi/bakuchi oil helps in producing pigment in the skin and helps in conditions like vitiligo.

Are there any precautions to take while using the babchi /bakuchi oil?

Yes, always dilute the oil and apply. People undergoing any skin treatment or therapy should avoid using the oil.

Babchi becoming a popular ingredient with growing demand in skin and hair care products for its miraculous benefits.


❇The oil function similar to the functioning of Retinol hence is a natural alternate to Retinol and clinically proven to have anti-ageing effects.
❇At SNAANA we make the babchi/bakuchi oil using babchi seeds with traditional cold-pressing technique.
❇Cold-pressed oil is used to treat various skin and hair disorders.
❇For more information – make a visit to www.snaana.com

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Reviews

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Niharika Rawat - 09/09/2020

Great product. Its wrorth every penny!!

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Sandeep Rajput - 27/08/2020

I had chroinc skin problem and i used to get rashes and itching on both my arms, after using this product, i must say it is really helpful with a lot of skin conditions.

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Pooja Sharma - 06/07/2020

Awesome problem i had tried a lot of shampoos and conditioners for my major hair fall problems but this oil proved to be a boon.

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Siddartha Uniyal - 29/06/2020

I am a regualar buyer of snaana's product and the main reason being the purity of these products. Babchi oil is a great product for people with skin or hairfall problems.

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Shivam Malhotra - 23/06/2020

Very pure product.. You can tell it from the smell of babchi oil and its really effective too.

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Deepam - 01/06/2020

I was suffering form eczema and had tried using many products but nothing worked but this babchi oil. I would highly recommend it.

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Ashutosh - 20/05/2020

Miracle product!! Cured my vitiligo problem..

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Ghansyam Tamta - 18/05/2020

super quality product! the best place to buy unique cold-pressed oils

Reply from SNAANA
Thanks for the positive review!

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Latika Pathak - 17/05/2020

Snaana never disappoints me with their products. I have ordered 500 ml Babchi Oil and it delivers on time :)

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Thanks for the review!

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Rita - 05/05/2020

Magical products, works for variety of problems.

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Rashmi - 30/04/2020

Excellent prodcut for vitiligo i used this with the mixture of coconut oil and i am very exited to see the results. Highly recommended

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Preet Singh - 11/02/2020

I use other snaan products regularly and i decided to order this for my skin issue and as usual Snaana has not failed me with the results.!!!!

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