Here’s how SNAANA's Natural products are different from others

From the word go, SNAANA has differentiated itself by offering natural products with absolutely no chemicals or preservatives. Using only the purest of ingredients, it also ensures minimal loss of nutrients in processing. And it categorizes its products by age group, based on the belief that, just like the nutrient needs of our bodies change with age, so do the needs of our skin.


SNAANA Creams are a thick concentrate mix of oils and butters. They do not contain water, so no anti-microbial agent is required to prevent bacterial growth. Nor do they contain any stabilizing agent. Interestingly, during warm weathers, these creams may melt but the quality remains intact.

No Water so No emulsifiers to mix oil and water hence No chemical & Preservative to give it a shelf life. No colour No Fragrance.

SNAANA Mist/Toner

SNAANA Mist/Toner is a nutrient rich water of a leaf, flower or root produced through steam distillation method just like earth’s natural rain process. Distillation removes the impurities, bacteria and other contaminants, so no preservative is required.

NO Alcohol, No Chemicals No Preservatives

SNAANA Staple Bath

SNAANA Staple Bath are made from finely coarse nuts, seeds and herbs. The dry powder scrubs and polishes the body removing dead cells, oil and dirt. It promotes blood circulation and helps in the formation of new cells. And since the product is in powdered form, it does not need chemical preservatives.

SNAANA Goat Milk Soap bars

SNAANA Goat Milk Soap bars contain carefully selected compositions of plant-derived oils, butter and essential oils. They are made from raw oils at room temperature to retain the nutrients of natural ingredients and do not contain any artificial colour or fragrance.

SNAANA After Shower Oils

SNAANA After Shower Oils are light, non-greasy and easy to absorb oil like a lotion, but without the water and preservatives found in lotions.

SNAANA Massage Oils

SNAANA Massage Oils are the thick concentration of oils that glide smoothly for easy massage. They not only nourish the skin but also ease body stiffness, relax muscles, and their aroma soothes the mind.

Going Truly Natural Products is not a cakewalk. It needs Understanding & Commitment.

Going natural in today’s world isn’t really easy as we have to sacrifice certain comforts of life. These comforts or convenience in life have got into our blood so much that we have stopped thinking on the composition of a product so-called "Natural"

Natural product, be it skin or food may not be really "Natural". This is simply because the laws have not been amended at the pace chemicals/synthetics/preservatives/natural derivatives etc. have made their way to these products.

Here at SNAANA we suggest a layman- consumer to do a quick 5 step basic check before choosing a Natural product.

1. Read Ingredients

Buy the product that has all the ingredients listed in simple manner of speaking for a better understanding. Avoid brands who list “key ingredient” only. This means there is something more which brand hides to give the consumer a feel of natural.

2. Check Texture and Consistency

Can the natural ingredients listed on the product when blended produce the texture as is filled in a bottle or jar. For example when you buy a product cream or lotion – Water/aqua and oils/butters are the basic ingredients to it. But THINK, can water & oil ever mix/blend together without the addition of emulsifiers. Emulsifiers can never be natural. So how is the cream or lotion natural/organic?

3. Colour

Naturally derived colours from herbs and oils are not as bright as we often find in the market. Colours be it food or skincare are synthetically made or processed to get the bright hues. And why do we need an added chemical in the form of colour to our skincare product cleansers, toners, creams/lotions etc.

4. Fragrance

Buy a product that cares for your skin, not for the fragrance. If you want fragrance – apply perfume/fragrance. Healthy – truly pure products even if they contain lavender will not smell as we expect them to be.

5. Beware of misleading words

Words like natural, organic, homemade, handmade often mislead the consumer.

Homemade – The word homemade/ handmade need not necessarily mean that the product is purely natural. Chemicals & Preservatives are big time used by people running their business from homes.

Natural & Organic - The words Natural, Organic do not mean that the product is 100% as claimed. There are more than 20 synthetic pesticides permitted to use in Organic cultivation world over.

Think, a brand claims to be pure – natural- green- organic & sells in a plastic jar/bottle.
It’s the manufacturer & seller’s VISION that makes all the difference. An inclusive approach to purity is the real need of the time.


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.

Let's stand united and bring this revolution TOGETHER.