Introducing ‘SaND For Soapaholics’


‘SaND– aims in creating hand made personal care products which are basically made out of ingredients derived from fruits and eatables.. We endeavor our consumers know about the fact that our own kitchen ingredients and fruits have end number of benefits on our skin. Our primary target is to introduce a natural cosmetic brand whose basic ingredients are derived from traditional Indian herbs, fruits and vegetables

Below is the list of ingredients and descriptions about the soaps.

 Ingredients:

Bubble Trouble: Every 10gm contains Water, Vegetable Glycerine, Oil blend of Vatada (Prunus amygdalus) & Jaithuna (Olea europeoa), Soy Milk

Bubble Trouble

Ever wondered what it would feel like if your bathing bar smelled like the bubble-gum you chewed on in school? Think no more! Step into the shower with this gorgeous pink & white bar, and let that scent take you back to your teens. While just the look and the feel of this soap are more than enough to tempt your senses, the ingredients are even more appealing! A blend of Vatada (Almond Oil) and Jaithuna (Olive Oil)make this soap a delight to dry skin, and the addition of Soya milk gives you that completely refreshed look every day.

 

Sweet Nothing:

Sweet Nothing

Every 10gm contains Juice of Ikshu (Sacharum officinarum), Vegetable Glycerine, Oil blend of Til (Sesamum indicum) & Narikela (Cocos nucifera), Colour

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In our tradition,s ugar is taken to be a sign of prosperity &happiness. A box of sweets always accompanies every splendid moment of our lives. Inspired by those moments, we extracted sweetness from its most natural and traditional source – Ikshu(Sugarcane), and put all its goodness in a bar.Not only does it stimulate your skin, but Ikshu also protects your skin from getting dehydrated.To complete this sweet amalgamation, we used Til (Sesame Oil) which acts as a natural sunscreen. We also included real Ikshu fibers in the soap, to act as a buffer that polishes your skin and feet.

 

Royal Jelly:

Royal Jelly

Every 10gm contains Emulsion of Madhu (Honey), Vegetable Glycerine, Oil blend of Eranda (Ricinus communis) & Vatada (Prunus amygdalus), Colour

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 In our questto create a soap with that royal touch, we searched far & wide to find the most regal ingredients. We collected Madhu (Honey) from farms in Doddabellapur, and combined it with Vatada (Almond Oil) gathered from the hills of Kashmir. With the addition of Eranda (Castor Oil)and Glycerine, this soap becomes the answer to a number of skin woes. If that wasn’t enough, we also tossed in a small portion of a beehive to keep this exquisite bar ‘royal’ in every respect. Try it out for yourself, and fall in love with the person in the mirror.

 

Melalime:

Melalime

 Every 10gm contains Dashangulam (Cucumis melo), Vegetable Glycerine, Oil blend of Jojoba & Narikela (Cocos nucifera), Jambira Nimbuka (Citrus limon), Colour

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When choosing ingredients for this soap, we kept a single factor in mind – we wanted our creation to be refreshing! We picked Dashangulam (Musk Melon) for its hydrating and rejuvenating properties, and added a dash of Jambira Nimbuka (Lime) to brighten your skin. A blend of Narikela (Coconut Oil)and Jojoba oil ensures that a natural moisturizing element is included. Get a jump-start on your day with this invigorating bathing bar!

My View On Their Soaps: 1. Handmade soaps

2. Amazing varieties to choose from

3. Presence of natural ingredients

4. Makes my skin soft, supple and radiant

5. Presence of essential oils to retain skin’s moisture

6. Wonderful fragrance

7. A small bar goes a long way

 

Know more about them on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sandsoapaholics

Also, follow them on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SaNDSoapaholics

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Instagram – http://instagram.com/sand_for_soapaholics/

 *PR samples, however my review is honest*

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