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AYURVEDA INSPIRED SKIN ESSENTIALS
A SOAP, A SCRUB & A MASK
Ubtan is believed to be the first cosmetic to have ever existed. In the ancient vedic times, people used a mixture of natural herbs and grains to cleanse and beautify their body and skin. These natural mixtures were devoid of any colours , chemicals or caustic soda (something very common in soaps now a days). Our body scrub and face masks are inspired by the ancient wisdom of medicine and are curated with the finest and purest natural ingredients. These organic mixtures act as a gentle exfoliant, cleanser and a rejuvinating mask, well suited for an everyday use. We know that a beautiful and glowing skin is everyone's desire and our formulations will make you feel gorgeous by creating  harmony of  internal and external sense of beauty. 
AYURVEDA AND DOSHA
Ayurveda is a 5000 year old system of natural healing that originated in the Vedic culture of India. It beleives in establishing balance in the body through proper diet, exercise, and ideal daily and seasonal routines. Ayurveda provides a system of guidelines to remind us that health is the balanced and dynamic integration between our environment, body, mind and spirit. 

Ayurveda recognizes human beings as part of nature and describes three fundamental energies that govern our inner and outer environments. These three forces or the Doshas, known in Sanskrit as Vata (Wind / Movement), Pitta (Fire / Transformation) and Kapha (Water / Structure), govern the physiological and psychological processes within the body and mind.

While everyone has all three doshas, every individual has a unique combination of them that serve to shape their nature. Generally, one or two elements are more obviously expressed and, for each element, there can be a balanced and imbalanced expression. For example, when Vata (Wind / Movement) is balanced, a person is lively and creative. But when there is too much movement in the system, a person tends to experience anxiety, insomnia, dry skin, constipation and has difficulty completing tasks. An important goal of Ayurveda is to identify an individual’s ideal state of balance, investigate imbalances, and offer interventions using natural ingredients.