Aritha, or Soapnut, is the other name of natural Reetha Powder. This Reetha Powder is made from the fruit of the dried Aritha. It is a natural shampoo, cleanser, and soap that has been used to cleanse the body for centuries. It's also used in many shampoos and conditioners due to its natural foaming agents.
Aritha Powder has a cooling effect on the skin and this, added to its cleaning properties, makes it a great choice of soap for many people.
As mentioned before, Aritha is a powerful cleanser for both hair and skin, that's the reason why it has adopted the name Soapnut.
Aritha Powder, mixed with a couple drops of your preferred essential oils makes a perfect face wash.
Due to the absence of harmful chemicals, such as Sulfates and Parabens, Aritha Powder is an excellent way of washing the hair without stripping it off its natural oils. This helps the hair to grow back stronger, shinier and healthier.
Aritha is packed with Vitamin A, D, E and K. This is very helpful in making the hair smooth and healthier.
Aritha is enriched with hair tonics that are believed to help your hair to grow healthy. thick and bouncy.
Aritha may prevent the scalp from lice: Aritha contains insecticidal properties that might be helpful to managing unwanted parasite that breed on the scalp.
Aritha Powder has been used in Ayurveda for its positive effects on: Migraines, Asthma and Intestinal Worms. However, there are not enough conclusive studies to prove the effectiveness of Aritha in treating these conditions.
Above all, Aritha is Natural, Pure and Fresh. It's Eco friendly, Cruelty free and is free o many harmful chemicals:
- Parabens Free
- Bleach Free
- Chlorine Free
- Phthalates Free
- Phosphates Free
- Formaldehyde Free
- Benzyl Acetate Free
If you have never used Aritha before, here we present you the easiest way to use Aritha Powder to clean your hair and scalp naturally:
Conditioner of your choice
Additional Powders to consider: Shikakai, Amla, Cassia Obovata.
1) Mix Aritha with water on the bowl until making a paste. Make sure to break up any lumps that you might encounter.
Optionally (but recommended), you can add Amla, Shikakai or Cassia for extra conditioning.
2) Wet and massage the scalp.
3) Apply the Aritha Paste into scalp. It might get a little messy until you learn to use it, but it's worth the process.
4) Let it sit for 5-7 minutes on the hair and scalp, then rinse it out thoroughly with warm (not hot) water.
5) Once you rinse it out, apply your favorite conditioner. We recommend a conditioner with no sulfates or parabens. (Check out our Tea Tree Oil and Argan Oil Sets).
6) Finally, remove excess wetness with a towel and style it as preferred.
Disclaimers About Ayurveda
Ayurveda is a complimentary health system and NOT recognized in the West. Ayurveda practitioners are NOT allowed to prevent, treat or cure any disease. Please contact your physician if you have any health issues.
Herbal Supplements Statements
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Any products or herbs profiled here are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.