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REVIEW: AuraVedic Ritual Cleansing Ubtan Mask with Sandal & Saffron

Post By: Manu

During my childhood days, I remember how my mother helped me keep my skin perfect and glowing! All thanks to my mother for taking those efforts to prepare this ‘MAGIC’ called ‘UBTAN’ J. She churned sandalwood sticks to get a paste, added a little turmeric, some portion of gram flour powder, a pinch of neem powder and dry fenugreek leaves. Wooow! And there it was! My ‘MAGIC’ to have glowing and healthy skin.

Siiigghhhhh! What do I do now?? We are married, away from our angel mothers, getting busier in lives, who has the time to buy the stuff first and then prepare it? And then the confusion created by ‘n’ number of options out there as a proxy to our mother’s ‘MAGIC’. However, I came across this excellent product ‘Cleansing Ubtan Mask – Sandal Saffron’ and voila! It brought back old childhood memories!

‘Cleansing Ubtan Mask – Sandal Saffron’ is a face mask powder perfect for getting a smooth and glowing skin. This is extremely helpful for a dull skin to regain the flawless, facial skin.

What Aura Vedic claims about Cleansing Ubtan Mask? 
It is 100% natural, prepared from a traditional formulation of natural herbs. Natural extracts of Sandal, turmeric and Saffron ensures that the beauty of skin is nourished and enhanced. Free of Parabens, SLS, Harmful Chemicals and Colors.

Oooohhhsss And Aaaahhhsss!!!
1. Excellent for skin rejuvenation after a long tiring day J.
2. The smell is utmost soothing due to its sandalwood and saffron extract.
3. It comprises of conventional formulas (Neem, Bengal gram, Ambe Haldi, Fenugreek seeds Basil) which helps to prevail skin nourishment.
4. Its usage on face has a softening effect and also helps in removing black heads.

1. Due to high concentration of natural extracts, essential oils and floral waters this product may not suitable for all skin types.
2. The content of ambe haldi is slightly on higher side; refrain from keeping the paste for more than 10 minutes else you may experience yellow staining.
For dry skin users, try it out with warm baby/olive oil or raw/un-boiled milk. For oily skin, this would create wonders when mixed rose water.

It costs INR 200/- for 50 gms.

Overall Rating:

P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.


  1. hey manu! good review...
    where is it available... wud like to try it out :)

    1. Hey Tarannum.. here's a list of Auravedic Outlets...

  2. good review manu:) Would luv to try this....

  3. I always end up with yellow stains as I forget to remove my mask early :P Great job Manu :)

  4. Thank you, thank you! I am still getting compliments of glowing skin from some or the other person :)..

    Oh right, Raaga! Even I end up like it at times ;).. but, then I also have a way to get rid of it.. apply some lemon juice (for 10 mins) soon after removing the mask, it might help :)


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