Organic herbal bath powder for glowing skin

The best bath powder to indulge in for a luxurious bath

Introduction:

For many of us, baths are that one moment in our hectic schedules where we get a chance to relax and unwind. In that time of solitude, we must treat ourselves to some self-care and love by choosing the right products to complement and elevate our bathing experience. If you haven’t tried it already, bath powders are an amazing addition to your shower time. In this article, we’ll be going through all you need to know about bath powders and their benefits.

The Brief History of Bathing

Since the beginning of time and throughout the history of human civilization, bathing was considered both a sacred and social activity. The oldest daily ritual of bathing can be traced back to ancient India where they used elaborate traditions and customs to practice personal hygiene. These are recorded pieces of evidence of this in the Grihya Sutras and are still practiced among certain communities even today.

The ancient Greeks were the first to develop showers, while the Romans expanded on this pipe system, creating expansive indoor bathhouses. Public bathhouses were essentially the ancient form of spas where they offered therapeutic massages, exercise, and recreational entertainment while also being a place where people could socialize.

Did you know that baths were such an important part of many cultures, that they even took on their terms in different areas, some being –

  • Finland- “Sauna”
  • Russia- “Banya”
  • Japan- “Misogi”
  • Turkey- “Hammam”
  • Belgium- “Spa”

Even though science was not as advanced as it is today, and people did not have concrete scientific evidence of the medical importance of bathing – cleanliness was always held highly regarded and was often connoted with power, spirituality, and even beauty. While today in modern times bathing is considered a private matter, back then it was a shared ritual for many – it was seen as a way to build and grow communal ties and human connections and relationships.

What are Bath Powders?

A bath powder is an organic natural body care product that is created with herbal and ayurvedic ingredients to nourish your skin. These organic ingredients contain medicinal and healing properties which makes them an excellent alternative to conventional bath soap or shower gel. Besides refreshing your body, it removes dirt, exfoliates the skin, and completely cleans and purifies your skin leaving it satin soft, and healthy looking.

Ancient Living Luxury Bath Powder

Ancient Living’s Luxury Bath Powder is created with an enticing blend of thirteen Indian ayurvedic herbs which help you have a refreshing and wholesome bathing experience. These pure and organic ingredients will breathe back life into your skin to make you feel refreshed and rejuvenated.

Benefits of Ingredients

Navara

Navara is a type of rice with a rich husk that contains many beneficial properties like healing dry chapped skin. It exfoliates and nourishes the skin and is often used in facials. It effectively cleanses the skin leaving it soft and glowy.

Mudga

Mudga or green gram helps with skin concerns such as acne, burning, itching, and irritation. It works as a great cleansing base and softens the skin. Rich in vitamins A and C, it helps in imparting a healthy glow to the skin.

Musta

Musta or Nut Grass is rich in antibacterial properties that protect the skin against various infections. The powdered extracts of Nutgrass root are highly potent and are enriched with antioxidants, which help to reverse the signs of aging such as reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also makes your skin bright and radiant.

Amalaki

Amlaki, more commonly known as Amla or Indian Gooseberry is rich in vitamin C and imparts a healthy glow to the skin. It helps in fading acne scars and as a natural blood purifier, amla prevents pimples and fastens the skin’s healing time. It protects and preserves beautiful, healthy-looking, and youthful skin.

Vidanga

Vidanga or False Black Pepper possesses numerous medicinal properties and is used in various ayurvedic formulations. It contains strong anti-microbial properties that help ward off skin infections. It also helps in rejuvenating the skin and improves skin complexion.

Haritaki

Haritaki or Indian Walnut is renowned as the ‘King Of Medicines’ according to Ayurveda as it contains antibacterial properties that help cure acne and fade acne marks. It improves complexion, moisturizes the skin, and is packed with antioxidants that provide nourishment to the skin.

Kasturi Harida

Kasturi Harida or Wild Turmeric keeps skin blemish-free by reducing dark circles, blemishes, and acne. It enhances your complexion leaving soft & glowing skin.

Vetiver

Vetiver is also known as Khus is a perennial bunchgrass that soothes the skin with its cooling properties. It deeply moisturizes and provides ample hydration to the skin. It balances the skin’s pH levels, tightens pores, and controls excess oil.

Naranga

Naranga or orange clarifies and cleanses the skin. Oranges are rich in citric acid, which helps in controlling acne and unclogging pores. It also works wonders to reduce signs of aging.

Bakuchi

Bakuchi or Babchi (Psoralea corylifolia) is a plant renowned for its medicinal values which help in removing all the toxins from the skin and purifying it. It contains powerful antifungal and antibacterial properties that ward off skin infections and irritations.

Chickpea

Chickpeas are rich in magnesium which reduces fine lines and wrinkles on the skin. It balances out the fatty acids in the body to improve the skin’s elasticity and smoothes skin.

Vibhitaki

Vibhitaki is also known as Bibhitaki or Baheda which means ‘The one that keeps away from diseases”. It is one of the main constituents of “Triphala” which plays an important role in Ayurveda. It is primarily known for well known for its potent wound healing properties and treats skin irritations.

Ushira

Ushira’s biological name is Vetiveria Zizanioides which helps to cure acne, and pimples, fade scars and purify the skin.

Benefits of therapeutic bath

Ayurvedic Abhyanga Snanam is a ritualistic bath many of us might have indulged in especially during auspicious events and festivities. To do this, apply a body oil like sesame or cold-pressed almond oil and wash it off with our bath powder. There are many benefits of taking a good bath, some of which are:

  • Warm baths provide psychotherapeutic benefits by making you feel peaceful and soothing and improving mental clarity
  • It can ease dry, oily, inflamed, or itchy skin, opens clogged pores
  • It relaxes tense stiff and sore muscles
  • It detoxifies and purifies the body and removes any dirt, sweat, and other impurities.

Feel the full benefits of the Ancient Living Luxury bath Powder with a body massage with Ancient Living Oils. To use the bath powder effectively, mix it with water to make a paste and scrub it over the body gently for a rejuvenating bath experience.

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