MANTHAJ | Foot Scrub

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MANTHAJ | Foot Scrub

35 gms

Rs. 399

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The word Manthaj is derived from the process of rubbing also called Manthan. It is a natural exfoilator with rare blend of Kokum butter and Olive oil that sloughs away dead cells, debris and nourishes to smoothen feet. Triphala and Sarshap extracts purifies, heals, and treats the cuts, scraps and softens the callous.

  • It exfoliates dead skin cells, moisturises, relieves cracked heels and smoothens the feet.

    It soothes dry and damaged skin, treats calloused skin and rejuvenates.

    It promotes local blood circulation and aids tired feet.

    Ideal for both men and women.

  • Ingredients

    Kokum butter, Olive oil, Triphala extracts, Sarshapa extracts, Walnut or coconut shells.

    Triphala

    Triphala is an age old ayurvedic fix of three herbs is a Rasayana that are used multipurposed. It relieves dead cells and is an excellent cleanser. It protects the dermal fibroblasts and human keratinocytes. It exhibits protective benefits on skin cells. Prasadan karma is done by gharshan which means polishing. It removes dead cells and dry flacky skin.It moisturizes and enhances teja mahabhuta i.e. local circulation.

    Sarshapa

    Sarshapa refers to Mustard as gift from Brahmanas is kapha nashak, antipruritic (relieves itchy skin), pragharshana(scraping agent) and widely used in skin ailments. It cleanses and deeply purifies the skin, and hence an excellent exfoilator.

  • Take a sufficient quantity on your fingertips and massage gently on entire feet till it absorbs completely. Rinse off with a mild cleanser. It has apotent antimicrobial activity protecting skin against cuts, fungal growths and sepsis.
    100% Ayurvedic Cruelty free Made in India

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