5 Toxin Free Bathing Soaps in India

If you think that hundred-percent natural toxin-free products are always costly, then let’s break the myth. Here, you will learn about five handmade bathing soaps which are 100% natural, vegan, free from all harsh chemicals and are under Rs199. Because all of these soaps are natural, essential oil-based, you won’t even need a moisturizer afterward.

Mostly, people prefer certified organic soap, but also because its price is comparable to any other commercial brand on the market.

Which soap do you use Lux, Cinthol, dove or pears?

If so, then I guess you haven’t gone through the ingredient list of the bathing bar you have been using !!!

How do harsh chemical-based soaps effects the human body?

Most commercial soaps in the Indian market are loaded with so many harsh chemicals that the common man is unaware of them. We have everything from strong detergents to harsh alcohols, petroleum products to pesticide soaps. Soap is something we rub against our bodies on a daily basis, and when we use a toxic soap for an extended period of time, its molecules seep into the bloodstream through tiny pores in the body and damage it from within. Such synthetic bathing bars dry out the skin and can cause serious skin problems such as rashes, eczema, and psoriasis.

Surprisingly, the most popular soaps are the most toxic, and some brands sell you toxins under the guise of Ayurveda and herbals, while others hide their ingredients beneath the soap base., we have ignored many such brands. Of course, some startup brands are genuinely trying to make toxin-free products. Saluting such brands for their effort, however, every one of us can’t afford them.

So, to resolve this issue, we have researched and found 5 handmade bathing soaps which are not only 100% natural but are also quite budget-friendly. These soaps are not just budget-friendly and natural, but they also give a much better look and feel to the skin.

 5 Top soap with natural ingredients in India

First on the list is the Urvija neem and basil cleanser:

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Properties: Handcrafted, cruelty-free, Sulfate-free, 75 grams of Urvija’s neem and basil soap will cost you Rs120. Made from saponified oils of Neem, Madhuca, and coconut and naturally infused with fragrance with essential oils of basil, mint, and eucalyptus-enriched with vitamin E, this soap is worth its price.

That is why it differs from commercial neem bars made by Himalaya and Patanjali, which will cost you less than these natural ingredients soap, but what most people overlook are the synthetic preservatives, artificial fragrances, and colors added in the name of herbs.

Forget about the Neem benefits; such skin-penetrating synthetic agents do not actually harm the skin. On the other hand, Urvija’s neem and basil cleanser, which does not contain any synthetic essence, color, hardening, or foaming agents, is very gentle on the skin. The medicinal properties of neem and basil will actually remove the body odor, kill germs, improve skin texture and even help reduce pimples and rashes. Urvija’s neem and basil cleanser are suitable for all skin types.

The second number is Cocona’s Cedar and Patchouli Soothing soap:

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If you have sensitive skin and frequently experience skin rashes, burning, or itching, or if your skin reacts quickly, your search for the best bathing bar has come to an end.

Properties: Cocona’s Cedar and patchouli essential oil-based soaps are specially handcrafted for sensitive skin. Both these essential oils, being naturally antiseptic and soothing, leave the skin soft and supple. The healing properties of both are so strong that you might not even have to moisturize after a bath. Cocona’s promises 120 grams of coconut, cedar, and patchouli soap will cost you Rs189 approx. It’s ingredients that make it worth it. Almost every brand today is attempting to sell you a soap for sensitive skin. Apart from one or two herbal ingredients, they are loaded with cheap skin-damaging harsh chemicals like sulfate-based foaming detergents that cost less than Rs25 per kg, which is where coconut soap differs. Coconut has carved out a soap even without using a single synthetic ingredient- no sulfates, no parabens, no hard nuts, surely value for money.

Third, on the list is Neev’s charcoal soap:

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The Indian market is flooded with activated charcoal soaps these days, but what’s the big deal about activated charcoal?!! Why does every other brand want you to buy charcoal soap? Because charcoal is a natural skin superfood. It’s no trade secret that activated charcoal draws bacteria, dirt, and grime to the surface of the skin, helping you to clear the clogged pores, but what most people do is that they buy charcoal soap only because it is black and looks promising. Never do that, and always be sure about what else goes inside it. Otherwise, instead of nourishing the skin, you might end up harming it. This is where Neev charcoal soap is a clear winner.

Properties: Not only its very first ingredient is activated charcoal powder, but also all other ingredients are essential oil paste, no SLS, no parabens, and not even synthetic colors or fragrances. It is a lye-based soap that is safe and natural, so if you want to detoxify your skin and reap the benefits of activated charcoal. This is the soap you should put your hands on. 75 grams of Neev charcoal soap will cost you Rs100, which is totally worth the money.

Forth number is Speaking trees exfoliating coffee handmade soap:

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This 100% biodegradable free from synthetic colors, fragrance, preservatives, detergents, or any animal substances, speaking trees coffee soap is especially hand made for exfoliating the skin. Blended with coffee bean powder, essential oils of sandalwood, and rose, this soap promises to give you an enhanced bathing experience.

Properties: It has a wonderful scent, but keep in mind that it isn’t fake, since most commercial brands may have over 200 compounds that aren’t mentioned under the trade secret umbrella.. It’s purely out of essential oils which surely cost more but are relaxing for the body and mind, the best part of the soap is that it is for all skin types and can even be used on the face. 100grams of Speaking trees exfoliating coffee handmade soap will cost you Rs115.

Fifth number spot has been backed by ancient livings luxury handmade soaps:

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Here we will talk about ancient livings three soaps, there Kasturi Turmeric soap, Tulsi soap, and Multani mitti soap.

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But why three soaps at a time?

First, because all three are 100% toxin-free and most importantly all three are available in the form of a combo pack which will cost you just Rs157, which means that you get 100 grams of ancient livings luxury handmade soap at just Rs52 – isn’t it a great deal, actually their prices are an Rs100 but due to this special combo of three it becomes a really pocket friendly and undoubtedly all these three soaps are made out of 100% natural certified organic ingredients, so no compromise whatsoever. With this deal on our hands, we have no excuse left to check out the so-called toxic luxury bathing bars of your bathroom.

Conclusion:

These are some of the best bathing soaps available in the Indian market which are also budget-friendly, it’s high time we ditch the skin-drying toxic commercial soaps and put our hands on handcrafted soaps not only such biodegradable cosmetic products nourish your skin but also our environment friendly.

 

 

Disclaimer:  The product display on the website is not familiar with the buyer’s skin type, condition, skin history, or sensitivity and does not make personal recommendations of any kind to any buyer. Applying this product without proper medical consultation constitutes using it at your own risk.

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