Bhaktiveda Pure Ayurveda Bar Soap Neem & Tulsi - 3.53 oz. (100gm)
Formulated with Tulsi extract, the Holy Basil plant worshiped in India for its varied soothing properties, and Neem (known as the Divine Tree) extract, renowned in Ayurveda for its multiple healing and medicinal properties, Bhaktiveda Pure Ayurveda Bar Soap Neem & Tulsi nourishes, cools and heals skin. The uniquely gorgeous design of Bhaktiveda Pure Ayurveda Bar Soap Neem & Tulsi, which contains visible pieces of Neem leaf and Tulsi seeds, is as lovely to look at as it is beneficial to the skin, while the exotic scent it sure to uplift.
Bhaktiveda Pure Ayurveda Bar Soap Neem & Tulsi contains no:
- Artificial Colors or Fragrance
- Sodium Lauryl Sulphates (SLS)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Ayurveda?
Ayurveda is an ancient practice of wellness native to the Indian subcontinent that dates back 5,000 years. Today, millions continue to practice Ayurveda traditions.
The Ayurvedic philosophy refers to the “knowledge of life” or “knowledge of long life”. Ayurveda may be defined as the combination of the body, sense organs, mind and soul.
Ayurveda practices center around healthy living related to physical, mental, social and spiritual harmony. Many practice Ayurveda as a form of traditional medicine because they believe various materials of natural origin have some medicinal value.
Time-tested Ayurveda benefits have been used for centuries to treat illness and help maintain health. Ayurvedic treatments are made from herbs or mixtures of herbs, either alone or in combination with other natural ingredients. All ingredients are purified by individual processes before being used for medicinal purposes. Non-purified materials are not allowed to be used as medicine.
According to Ayurveda, each of us has a unique mix of three mind/body principles, which creates our specific mental and physical characteristics. These three principles are called doshas. Most of us have one or two doshas, which are most dominant in our nature, with the remaining one(s) less expressed.
What are doshas?
In Ayurvedic medicine, doshas are each of three energies believed to circulate in the body and govern physiological activity: Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water and earth).
Do I need to know my "dosha" to use Bhaktiveda?
No. Bhaktiveda products were specially formulated to work with all doshas and body types. They incorporate the wisdom of the three doshas but simplify the concept by making Ayurveda accessible to those who are new to the discipline. There is no need to know any of the Ayurvedic principles to be able to enjoy the beauty benefits of our skin care line. All you need is a willingness to use natural products made with care following an ancient discipline that highly respects the human body and soul.
Are Bhaktiveda products natural?
Yes. All Bhaktiveda products are made in India, according to strict Ayurvedic principles and contain naturally beneficial beautifying plant based ingredients used in traditional Ayurvedic practice which are picked at the foothills of the Himalayas, purified and blended in India. They do not contain any harsh chemicals and are free from parabens, artificial colors or fragrances, sulphates, sodium lauryl sulphates (SLS), and petroleum.
For their line they have taken the principles of Ayurveda and its use of natural ingredients and applied them to bath, body and skin care. Their herbs are picked at the foothills of the Himalayas, purified and mixed in accordance with the Ayurvedic way and tradition. They are all naturally grown and harvested. Their color changes with the season and so does the color of their products while keeping their quality consistent. Their products are for all body types. They incorporate the wisdom of the three doshas but simplify the concept by making Ayurveda accessible also to those who are new to this discipline. There is no need to know any of the Ayurvedic principles to be able to enjoy the beauty benefits of their skin care line. What is needed is the willingness to use natural products made with care following an ancient discipline that highly respects the human body and soul.