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3 Best natural soap alternatives used by ancient Indians prescribed by Rajiv Dixit, a great Indian social activist.

1. Multani Mitti with Curd –

Multani mitti is one ancient secret for beautiful skin of Indians. Still, many people in India use multani mitti as  face pack. Now, what all you need to do is mix Multani mitti with curd and make it into paste a night before you use it. The next morning massage your skin with this Multani mitti paste and just wash your skin with warm water. That’s it. This makes your skin glowing and radiant. This helps in making you skin soft too.

2. Besan ( Gram ) flour with malai –

This is the second best alternative for soaps. Mix Besan (Gram) flour with malai and massage your skin with it and wash away with warm water. Gram flour with malai helps in making your skin radiant and pimple free. Even this is a best soap alternative for those with oily skin.

3. Masoor dal (Red lentil) powder with honey –

The first thing is to get some Masoor dal ( in english we call it Red lentil ), and grind it into powder. Then mix some pure honey to it. Then rub this paste on skin as mentioned already and wash away with water. This is the best natural soap alternative to exfoliate skin. This even removes dead cell from your skin and gives your face a much fresh and young look. It softens your skin too.

For better results, you can even mix pure almond oil, fresh milk, honey and curd in any of the above 3 powders mentioned. And one more important thing is, don’t expect best results in one or two days. You need to try these at least for a week or two to experience better results.

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