Chandrika Ayurvedic Soap
With the goodness of vegetable oils , Chandrika Bath and Body Ayurvedic Soap is nature's perfect therapy for all skin types and helps ensure total skin care. Made from:
- Sandalwood, Nature's Favorite Aroma. Sweet-scented extracts of sandalwood have traditionally been used for their aromatic properties. It helps cool the body and tone the skin. Its soothing and moisturizing properties also help enliven dehydrated skin. Its antibacterial nature helps keep your skin clear and prevent scars and marks. Sandalwood also helps tighten the skin, making it more youthful and glowing.
- Coconut Oil, the Swiss-Army Knife of Skincare. While it has been used in Ayurveda for centuries, coconut oil has only recently been rediscovered for its skincare capabilities. It soothes the skin and replenishes its natural oils, reducing outbreaks and irritation. It is also known to be rich in antioxidants and Vitamin E that ward off free radicals, which means help for slowing the aging process and making your skin soft, supple, and radiant.
- Patchouli Oil, Your Skin's Best Friend. Patchouli oil, with its earthy fragrance, brings anti-fungal, antiseptic, and anti-inflammatory properties. It is a naturally effective way to promote the growth of new skin cells and help speed the healing of scars and reduce unevenness in skin tone. It is also known to help control acne and body odor. With patchouli oil, very little goes a long way towards healthy and happy skin.
Chandrika Sandal Soap
With the goodness of sandalwood and coconut, Chandrika Sandal Soap is nature's perfect therapy for skin. Coconut oil and extracts from sandalwood cleanse and refresh the body, helping skin stay soft, smooth and gently perfumed.
Ayurveda, the traditional (5,000+ years old) medicine of India originated in the ancient, oral teachings of spiritual masters, who believed that all living things contain underlying energies. The practice of Ayurveda emerged as a method to balance these energies and promote optimal health using diet, massage, herbs, and lifestyle adjustments to harmonize your body, mind, and spirit.
Today, nearly 80 years later, Chandrika is synonymous with Ayurveda and loved by millions of households everywhere.