Angarakshak soap

If You Want Healthy Skin, Be Sure To Read This…

Initially, when I used Angarakshak soap, it felt little weird. It was as though I was missing something even after taking bath.
We are so used to the lather that is produced by the normal soaps that we use,
that anything lesser than that becomes unacceptable.
This happens because our mind is programmed over the years.
Angarakshak soap
We feel that only when the soap rubs our skin and gives enough lather, our body is cleansed.
This is actually a myth. Yes soaps do cleanse, but they also suck the moisture out of the skin.
That’s why, when you get out of the bathroom, your skin feels so dry.
Now, you might ask what’s the proof?
All I can say is, if you have the colourful, attractive, cardboard or paper based packaging of the soap.
Please find the ingredient section and check for this word called ‘sulphate’.
It could be mentioned in combination of another chemical.
This component pulls out oil and dirt which is present in your skin.
However, the proportion of sulphates in a soap or shampoo should not exceed a certain value.
When it exceeds, it will leave your skin dry by sucking out all the oil. I shall be writing another article on this topic.For now, let’s see how beneficial it is to use a lather-less soap.

And more importantly how does it help to use a soap which also a scrub and made from cow dung base.
Angarakshak soap is hand made unlike our other soaps which are shaped using preset moulds.

Here are the ingredients of Angarakshak soap and their benefits.


  1. Cow dung (Base): It has anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral properties due to which it protects our skin from any diseases.
  2. Multani mitti : Slows down wrinkling, loosening and ageing of skin as it tones the skin. It increases skin elasticity and also has a skin-soothing effect. It also helps in repairing skin damages caused due to hot temperature and sun burns. Treatment of sun tan and pigmentation of skin also happens with Multani mitti. Scars, if any on your body will fade away when you use it consistently on your skin. It also acts as an anti-septic for your skin and it’s a home remedy for pimple and acne
  3. Geru, also known as Gairika is a natural mineral found in igneous and metamorphic rocks. It is associated with magnetite and contains small amounts of titanium and magnesium. Geru purifies the skin and has a cooling effect. It gives relief from burns, ulcers and boils. Geru is a Pitta-nashak.
  4. Sesame oil : Sesame is one of the most excellent elements in Indian traditional system of Ayurveda. It has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. Sesame oil helps in reducing chronic inflammation, fights various bacteria and fungi that affect the skin. It can also be used as sunscreen as it naturally has SPF (Sun Protection Factor)
  5. Besan, which is nothing but gram flour has been an age old ingredient for skin care. It gives a glowing and clear skin. Blemishes and acne can also be treated using besan. Besan is used as a face pack as it helps in cleaning dirt, removing excess oil, excess hair and tan. Due to it’s alkaline nature it maintains the pH level of the skin. It also exfoliates the skin by removing dead skin cells and leaving the skin refreshed and rejuvenated.
  6. Maida Lakdi  is very useful in healing wounds. It helps in healing bruises and cuts. Acts as an anti-septic and avoids infections. When applied on knees and joints, it reduces the pain due to arthritis.
  7. Camphor helps in moisturising and giving a soothing effect on your skin. It can also treat cracked heels and provide relief. It helps in rendering your skin smooth and soft.
  8. Ajwain has a component called Thymol which acts as a fungicide and germicide. It can be applied on infections and cuts to protect it. It lightens the scars on the skin too
  9. Shikakai  is also a trusted Indian household herb which is used for healthy skin and hair. It imparts shine and softness to hair, removes lice and dandruff, thickens and strengthens hair, cleanses hair and scalp. Due to it’s anti-bacterial properties, Shikakai is quite effective in treating skin infections and also reduces the signs of ageing, fine lines and wrinkles on skin.
  10. Kapur Kachri is a shrub with antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It acts against the acne-causing bacteria, prevents blackheads and pimples, helps in speedy recovery from minor skin injuries and prevents skin from redness and irritation. It restores the firmness and elasticity of the skin.
  11. Turmeric : It’s not new. Turmeric has a huge fan following when it comes to Indian household. The thing with turmeric is that it has all the properties of the ingredients mentioned above. It’s like a one man army.
  12. Neem leaves : is also a well-known medicinal plant. It is a great source of fatty acids, vitamins and minerals. It helps in controlling acne and oil production in the skin. moisturizes skin and tackles black heads and white heads by pulling out impurities and tightening pores.
  13. Shankh Jeera : It controls bacterial growth and infections due to it’ s antiseptic properties. It’s cooling effect gives relief from itchiness and irritation. Sweating in hot and humid weather is a quite common. But dead skin cells and bacteria block the sweat glands. Places such as armpits, back, under the breasts, chest, groin, crooks of elbows and knees and the waist are more prone to tiny red spots. Shankh Jeera treats the itching sensation, prickling sensation, small blisters, redness, mild swelling, etc.

How to use

All these ingredients make Angarakshak soap the best suitable soap for all the seasons.
It maintains the skin health at it’s best. Even though it acts as a scrub, it doesn’t leave the skin dry after usage.
The only thing you need to take care is that it has to be used a little softly than the other soaps.
It has a little rough surface. So, you need to dip in water and rub it gently on your skin.
There will be no lather but it’ll feel like you’re taking a mud bath. You can rub well on the arms, legs, torso and back. However, please be gentle on the areas where there is softer skin. And then, as usual wash it all away thoroughly with water.
You must observe how your skin feels after using it for a couple of days. There will be neither dryness nor oiliness. No flakiness or any kind of rashes. It feels like your skin is thanking you for using this soap.
And to prove this point, I’am not the only person to use it.
I have plenty of customers who will second me and I can proudly say that Angarakshak soap is our best seller.
Angarakshak soap
Our other soaps are also good. But this one holds a special place in my heart because it has been the most effective product for my skin. Summer used to be a nightmare for me because exposure to afternoon sun would cause rashes, redness and itchiness for me.
It used to frustrate me a lot. But none of that exists now. Added to this, this soap has an earthy smell which makes me feel good.
There is no trace of the smell of cow dung even though that’s the main ingredient of this soap.
I don’t use any other product on my skin other than this soap. It is such a relief and not to forget, pocket-friendly too.
If you haven’t tried it yet, now is a good time to order it.
PS : The soap can break into pieces if it is constantly kept moist. So, please don’t keep it in a soap box which can accumulate water. Please use it in a self-draining soap box.
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