vibha herbal products

Natural. Sustainable. Caring.

Soap making
Soap making
Soap making
Soap making
Soap making
herbal soap

The base of the soaps are all as follows.

– Coconut oil (44%)
– Olive oil (15%)
– Castor oil (2%)
– Distilled water (20%)
– Sodium chloride (9,6%)
– Fragrance (2,4%)

This base of the soap is 93%. The remaining 7% is the variation added to all the soaps that make the difference. Below, we list the additional ingredients for each soap. Scroll further down for explanation per ingredient.

Manjistha (4%)
Kasturi Turmeric (1%)
Multani Mitti (2%)

Nettle Vetiver:
Indian Nettle powder (4%)
Vetiver powder (3%)

Shampoo & Conditioner:
– Reeta (1%)
– Shikakai (1%)
– Aloevera (0.5%)
– Hibiscus (1%)
– Fenugreek (1%)
– Flaxseed (1%)
– Onion (0.5%)
– Amla (1%)

– Beetroot pulp (7%)

This soap has 48% coconut oil and 17.9% olive oil
– Saffron (0,1%)

– Almond Paste (7%)

Activated Charcoal:
– Activated Charcoal (5%)
– Rice powder (2%)


– Dashamula (1%)
– Saffron (0.1%)
Manjistha (1%)
– Red sandal (0.9%)
– Vetiver (1%)
– Licorice (1%)
– Rose petal powder (1%)
– Lotus petal powder (1%)

Vitamin C:
– Orange Peel (2%)
– Amla (1%)
– Lemon (1%)
– Neem (1%)
– Tulasi (1%)
Turmeric (1%)

Beauty Soap:
Multhani Mitti (2%)
– Licorice (2%)
– Orange Peel (1%)
– Flaxseed (1%)
– Honey (1%)

Vibha follows her passion and lives according to Ayurvedic teachings. According to these ancient knowledge, she makes these soaps herself with natural ingredients.
Vibha lives in Bangalore and is convinced of the healing power of natural herbs, which she has studied in depth. Many herbs are also used in Ayurvedic science.

But what is Ayurveda?

A question often asked is, “What is Ayurveda?”

The easy answer is that Ayurveda is the 6,000-year-old traditional science designed to rebalance the body to heal itself of ailments-that in itself is amazing-but underneath, Ayurveda is so much more…

Ayurveda is a Vedic science. Another Vedic science, often called the sister science of Ayurveda, is Yoga. All Vedic sciences are primarily teachings for the development of the full human physical, mental and spiritual potential.

What is AyurvedaAyurveda’s basis of knowledge was laid down in a large body of Sanskrit literature that originated in India, called the Vedas. The Vedas are considered the oldest written writings that describe, often in metaphors, ancient principles, practices and spirituality.

Ayurvedic Body Types

In Ayurveda, a person’s individual nature is reflected in his body type, also called dosha. The doshas reflect the 3 main principles of nature, vata (air), pitta (fire), and kapha (earth-water).

Each person is a unique combination of these 3 principles of doshas, with varying proportions of each within themselves.

A person’s dosha indicates what and how he eats, how he moves, when he sleeps, and even where he prefers to live.

There are different protocols and recommendations for Ayurvedic herbs, lifestyle, diet, exercise, skin, digestion, lymph and more that can all be categorised into the 3 different body types.

When you are aware of your dosha, you can follow Ayurvedic protocols to align your internal nature with the larger cycles of nature, such as the daily rhythm and the seasonal cycles, our circadian rhythms. It’s like having a road map that brings you closer to your best self, so you can reach your true potential, and be more radiant, energetic and happy.

We will not go into this science here because it is very extensive. We would like to leave that to specialised scientists. 

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