Make this Ayurvedic bath powder at home to be bestowed with glowing skin

We’ve all leaned on ingredients that have natural cooling properties and can improve the health of your skin. But how about trying out this Ayurvedic herbal bath powder?
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Aayushi Gupta Published: 24 Jun 2021, 16:36 pm IST
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Ever wondered why it is always recommended to go herbal and natural for skincare? Well, because herbal ingredients can keep your skin naturally moisturised and healthy. If you’re ready for glowing skin, then Ayurveda is the answer! 

Ayurvedic herbal bath powders have been used in India since ancient times, and it does more than just clear our skin. Here’s how you can make one at home.  

Ingredients you’ll need to prepare this Ayurvedic herbal bath powder:

2 tbsp besan 

2 tbsp green gram flour 

2 tbsp wild turmeric powder or kasturi manjal 

1 tsp rose petal powder 

1 tbsp sandalwood powder 

1 tbsp neem powder 

1 cup avarampoo

1 tbsp dry amla powder

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100 gm orange peels 

1 cup thetti poo

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It’s time to adopt an Ayurvedic herbal bath powder into your beauty regime for your skin. Image courtesy: Shutterstock
Here’s the procedure to make herbal bath powder: 
  • The initial step is to check for any kind of impurities in all the ingredients. 
  • Spread them well and completely sundry for 2-3 days to prepare a dry mixture. Note: None of the ingredients should even be slightly damp.
  • Now take all the ingredients together in a blender to grind them into a fine powder. 
  • You can even filter this powder to make it really fine, if you are going to use it as a face mask. This tip will really help to make a smooth paste. 
  • Homemade herbal bath powder is ready. Now, store it in an airtight container.
Things to remember:
  • Make small batches, so it remains fresh. Store the powder in the refrigerator. 
  • Always feel free to skip any ingredients that you are allergic to.
  • Apply moisturiser immediately, after taking a bath.
  • Don’t rub the powder harshly on your skin.
  • Each skin is unique, so always do a patch test before trying this to avoid any reaction. 
How to use herbal bath powder?

You can apply this wash on your face by mixing it with plain water, rose water, milk or curd. To make a body wash, mix the required quantity with rice water or raw milk and apply it on your skin, gently massage the paste and rinse well.

Here’s why you must try this Ayurvedic herbal bath powder:
1. Cleans the skin

This homemade bath powder cleans the skin well, because it contains ingredients like besan and neem. These ingredients are believed to relieve skin dryness, itchiness, and redness.

2. Acts as a mild exfoliant

The Ayurvedic herbal powder acts as a mild exfoliant that gently removes dead skin and keeps your skin free from impurities. The orange peel and green gram flour both rejuvenate your skin by nourishing and exfoliating it. 

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Enjoy the herbal bath powder for its several skin benefits. Image Courtesy: Shutterstock
3. Prevents skin infections

Since most of the ingredients that are used in the homemade bath powder contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components, they can prevent skin infection and allergies.

4. Lightens scars

Ingredients like rose petals and amla lighten scars really well, if used regularly. In fact, amla can also help clear the pesky acne and those blemishes. 

5. Makes your skin glow

Sandalwood contains natural skin lightening agents, and is used in many fairness face packs. And because this powder acts as a mild exfoliant, it can remove all dead skin cells, giving a nice glow to your skin.

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Aayushi Gupta is a health writer with a special interest in trends related to diet, fitness, beauty and intimate health. With around 2 years of experience in the wellness industry, she is connected to leading experts and doctors to provide our readers with factually correct information. ...Read More

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