The soaps manufactured with the traditional COLD PROCESS METHOD offers many incomparable benefits for your skin compared to industrial soaps or shower gels that often use dangerous additives.
The glycerine is naturally produced during the soap manufacturing process (saponification). While the industrial process washes away the glycerine from the soap it remains in our Traditional Cold Process Soaps for the benefit of your skin.
Natural Vegan Glycerine is a powerful humectant and keeps your skin hydrated and free from dryness.
Our Soap contains 5 to 7% of Glycerine.
Our soaps contain VEGETABLE OILS or VEGETABLE FAT. These oils remains as they exist naturally in the product and will be active during the shower.
This enrichment adds mildness to the soap and nourishes, protects and moisturizes the skin. The soaps maintains the hydro lipidic balance of the skin.
This enrichment is technically not possible with industrial soaps or only with fractions of percentage for marketing purpose.
Our Soaps are enriched with 6 to 7.5% of oils.
COCONUT OIL, RICE BRAN OIL, KOKUM BUTTER...
These oils are used in our basic formula. Coconut oil is used to get a nice foam and for its detergent properties. Rice Bran oil for its nourishing properties, Kokum Butter is a local fat from the Kokum seeds with fantastic emollient qualities (softens and smoothen the skin. We use only vegetable oils and Fats and NO CHEMICAL ADDITIVES (tetrasodium EDTA, preservatives etc...).
Our Soaps are 100% natural and vegan.
ANARITI BABY SOAP
An ultra mild moisturizing formula adapted to babies skin.
Olive Oil, Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil.
Aloe Vera and Marigold Extract.
TOTAL ENRICHMENT IN OIL (SUPERFAT) = 7.5%
Contains NO ESSENTIAL OIL. NO COLORS, NO FRAGRANCES, NO PRESERVATIVES.
Weight 100 gms.
ANARITI PURIFYING COLD PROCESSED SOAP
The Soap Base is an Very Mild VEGAN soap base made of :
Rice Bran Oil
Palm Fruit oil
The oils are saponified using the traditional FRENCH COLD PROCESS METHOD.
Often referred to as holy basil, Tulsi is a potent herb that has been used in India for thousands of years to treat colds, coughs, and flu.
According to Ayurveda, tulsi promotes purity and lightness in the body, cleansing the respiratory tract of toxins and relieving digestive gas and bloating. Tulsi leaves offer a rich source of essential oil, containing eugenol, nerol, camphor, and a variety of terpenes and flavonoids.
The oil is a strong antiseptic against many kinds of disease-causing organisms, including bacteria, fungi, and parasites.