Early in the morning, the sound of a mortar pestle grinding dry turmeric to a fine powder was quite a common scene in every Indian household. As you would walk towards the kitchen, you would be welcomed with a strong and earthy whiff of the Golden Spice. Our cooking space could never do without turmeric and it’s still the same. It’s just that the ways to procure this golden powder has changed a lot throughout these years. Turmeric powder is now readily available at departmental stores and most of the people would prefer that to grinding the whole ingredient all by themselves. Turmeric is not only a kitchen ingredient which we have just used in our foods. Vedic culture in India says that the use of turmeric dates back nearly 4000 years. Apart from being just a culinary spice, turmeric or the key antioxidant, curcumin, displays an assemblage of research-backed and time-tested benefits.
Turmeric is one of the key ingredients of Soulflower cleansing Sandalwood Soap
. You can say, this soap is more like a scrub which helps to get rid of dead skin cells and deep cleanse any grime from your skin pores. Both turmeric and sandalwood are a perfect combination of ingredients to give you a flawless skin. #cleanbeauty