Kama Ayurveda Mridul Soap-Free Face Cleanser

A traditional combination of herbs, cereals, and pulses that gently cleanses and exfoliates facial skin. Completely natural, it is nondrying and can be used daily as a natural alternative to soap. Leaves face fresh and radiant.

I picked this up from Hypercity on one of my rare visits to the place. I had read about Kama Ayurveda in some other blogs but never really tried any of their products or even seen them at any of the usual stores. This is my first and here's my quickie review on this cleanser.

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The product comes in quaint packaging - a small steel dabba that's reusable.  On opening the tin, the product is contained in a small plastic cover fit quite snugly inside the tin. I took it out easily enough, but I couldn't get it to fit back in as easily.  I suppose you could empty the product into the tin and throw away the plastic.  I had to use another container because of the hard water at my place.

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How to use the Kama Ayurveda Mridul Soap-Free Face Cleanser

Mix 1-2 teaspoons with water into a paste.  Gently apply to moist skin.  Leave on for 1 to 2 minutes. Lightly massage as you rinse clean to lift dead skin and release oil, toxins and environmental pollutants.  I use this after washing my face with a mild face wash and use about 1/2 teaspoon of the powder.  Since the product is a bit coarse (not rough, but just a coarse grind), when mixed with water it works great as a gentle daily scrub that cleans off any excess oil from my face and leaves it very smooth.  This is intended to be used as a cleanser on its own and not the way I use it AFTER a face wash. I know it might seem a very strange way of using, but I just do what works for me.  If you don't encounter much pollution through the course of the day or have very normal-dry skin, you could probably use this on it's own as a soap-free cleanser.

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My Thoughts on the Kama Mridul Soap-Free Face Cleanser

This is a great option for anyone looking for soap-free cleansers - use a makeup remover to remove any stubborn makeup and do a final clean up using this product.  I use this after my regular face wash as a gentle daily scrub - I feel my skin looks clearer and is definitely smoother with using this.  I have acne-prone, sensitive skin that reacts to the oddest things, but I have not had any irritation or breakouts with this. I would actually recommend to try this product at least once if you have oily/acne-prone skin since I found it made my skin look much fresher.  Another plus point with the product is that because it's made entirely of dry ingredients, it has a shelf life of about 2 years from date of manufacture.  There are no artificial preservatives or fragrance added to this either.  Overall, I absolutely adore the Kama Ayurveda Mridul Facial Cleanser plus it isn't terribly expensive! :) :)

Cost: Rs. 195/40 g. I have been using this daily for at least a month, and I am nowhere near finishing the product, so I find it very economical.

Ingredients:  Herbal powders: Avena sativa (oatmeal), Phaseolus aureus (green gram), Amygdalus communis (almond), Azadirachta indica (neem), Santalum album (sandalwood), Curucma longa (turmeric), Cinnamomum camphora (camphor), Cicer arietinum (chickpea), Rosa damascena (rose), Foeniculum vulgare (fennel).

32 comments:

  1. Hey Radsu bulsai....I have never come across this one.....it sounds very promising.....even I have to use the baby soap or face wash before using a cleanser if the cleanser says deep cleaning....some affinity towards seeing the foam on the face I guess......:))

    I will definately look out for this......steel dabba is actually cute....I can store chai pattti in this one after the cleanser gets over :))

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  2. Is very very small Jomol - you can store some spice you use very little of instead :D Yaaa...I have to see the foam...glad to know I am normal (errr..if you are nomral, that is)

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  3. oh....then garam masala i can store............eeeks............I think both of us are abnormal.....we need a third person who will agree with the foaming thing.....otherwise....time for rehab...........:)

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  4. Where is ikku...did she pass..how is her bahadur...????

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  5. Dont know about Ikky :( She very angry with me na..I called her she no pick my call only :(( She very very angry with me :((

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  6. oh........we should create a profile for her on ignighter.com and add her number.........:))

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  7. This Jomol...never came across this one...I need to throw some post right on her face...:pain:

    This is my HG he he he.

    and oh miss, J you won't be able to store chai patti, it rusts. :((

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  8. she is after your life about that igniter thing, Rads..Runnnnnn :P

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  9. Hehehehehheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee....seeee is proof she really doesn't read your posts :D :D :D only rushes off to comments hehheheheeeeeeeee :D

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  10. No she wanting to put Ikky's profile there :D

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  11. areeee you do the other wala kama dibaa ka review also na... :((

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  12. And why did you taste this though...I have been using this every day..I have never "accidentally" or intentionally got this in my mouth!!

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  13. I know, see a post and throw poo, more poo and forget to read a post at all..huh?? anyway why do they even write a post..grrrrrrrrrrrr

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  14. actually after washing face, the paani also gets bitter. so I was licking my lips after washing my face and it was bitter.loll!!!

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  15. I put the link at the bottom, she no see that also! I think she just sees pics because all she was bothered about was storing chai patti in that teeny dabba.

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  16. Is grosssssssssssssser Rati....me no want to read any more of your comments...ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

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  17. i knowww.don't read any of my comments...I'll keep pooing and sneezing and you wouldnt even know... *caccckkkkkllleeessss*


    So many days since I have cackled..:P :P

    and yeah , she is only bothered about igniter...grrr prrrrr

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  18. oh thankies for the poo love. he he he

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  19. I never get to see this igniter..me too want to see dattttee girls piccys :D

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  20. I saw saw the other day..lolll!!!

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  21. HUH??? So I am the only one banned from seeing this...grrrrrrrrrrrrr...I protest..I need to see datttteeeeeeeeee pics too

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  22. i want review on the facepack u got gurl!

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  23. I have not used it even once till now :D :D :D now should start using it every day I think :D

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  24. Nice review....it looks like some masala though!! :P...I have come back..and I have your 10 karat inglot set!! :D :D :D..when are u meeting me to get it???? :P

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  25. Hey Cali...don't give anything free to Rads...charge double the price....:))

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  26. Its verrry pretty and its free..me post photies and you will be greeeeeeeeeeeeeenie :D :D

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  27. he he he.......there isn't any freebeeee which
    I am gonna keep!! :P

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  28. HUH!!!!!!!!! Me very worrrrrried suddenly :|

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  29. Hey...great to know about kama products...I really wanna try the kumkumadi oil from kama...will try to get it next time I go to hypercity...

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  30. Oh I saw it there, but was wary of putting an oil on my face..do tell if you get it and it works for you :)

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