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      Just want to share what I have been happy with

      I have tried 3-4 different recipes for ubtan this one turned out to be the best.

      Powdered:
      chandan
      orange peel
      almonds with skin on(not the shell)
      beesan
      haldi

      I keep this as my base ubtan and add different ingredients depending on what I am using it for. Usually I use it with Olive oil, lemon juice, some milk, honey

      I don't scrub like crazy but I leave it on my skin for 15-20 min or until it is dry and then moist it again with wert fingers/paper towel and slowly rub without pulling my skin. I rinse my face with water but don't wash my face with face wash/soap afterward, just put
      moisturizer on and go to bed.

      Optional
      cinnamon powder
      yogurt
      cucumber juice

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      how has it helped you? and what's chandan?
      Blessed, happy, and content. Alhumdulillah.
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      Yes what's chandan?

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      ^i think sandalwood? hmmm.
      Blessed, happy, and content. Alhumdulillah.
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      Your right Pareezay. I just googled it: Chandan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      But what does it do for the skin?

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      chandan is sandalwood powder.

      I have blemish prone skin, so this ubtan is kind of clearing my skin, I used it for 5-6 times and ppl told me that my skin look clear than before.

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      thanks for sharing but from where can we get chandan?

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      from India/pakistani store...

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      where can u get powered orange peel?
      and how much of each do we use?
      thanks a bunch!!
      ♥ Aisha

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      yuo can get that from India stores as well.

      I made up my own ratio

      1 cup Orange peel
      1 cup chandan
      1 cup besan
      1 cup ground almond
      1 teaspoon haldi (I don't like it too yellow)

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      Sbb thanx so much for sharing your ubtan recipe so nice of you
      i tried it today(without orange peal & almonds) and it is GREAT:biggthumb
      i really can feel my skin frsh clesr and soft.
      next time inshALLAH i will add peal and almond in it.