'Ubtan' is a vedic term that for ages has been assigned to skin cleansers prepared out of natural ingredients. Ingredients used in an ubtan vary from person to person. While Priyanka Chopra may prefer a besan (gram flour) and turmeric ubtan, Kareena Kapoor on the other hand likes a yoghurt and honey ubtan. A vast majority of Indians prefer a ‘besan or multani ubtan’ that helps exfoliate dead cells and reveal a glowing skin.
Nat Habit’s Ubtan is also a besan/multani & moong based ubtan with healthy infusion of charoli, yoghurt, milk, wild turmeric, neem and more. The infusion of these nutritious ingredients boosts the power of this ubtan. Apart from cleansing & tightening, the ubtan provides antioxidants, vitamins & minerals to the skin and also keeps acne & infections away.
For best results, on clean face, apply Fresh Ubtan generously. Avoid eyes and mouth. Let it dry on skin. Wash with plain water after 8-10 min and find your skin feeling supple & fresh. Do not wash with soap or facewash. Moisturise face post use, if needed. For long term benefits, its advisable to use 2-3 times a week.
If you have the time, this Ubtan is a fantastic skincare regimen for your full body too. Everyday, before bath, you can use this Ubtan on all your body parts, scrub for 3-5 min and wash off. You will experience unmatched rejuvenation of skin and shall serve your body a good amount of nutrition.
Ubtans doesnt stays long in storage not even 12 days properly. Whisk Malai creams have created foam ( looks like when a bleach pass its expiry) in 14 days though the cover page says use it no later than 30 days ..
I would only prefer jojoba and pumpkin scrub for skjn and hair masks.
Good Read. Do Ubtan’s help in acne problem?