The function of this naturally scented bath-scrubber is not only to gently rub away skin's impurities – but also to relax tense muscles and stimulate circulation. After bathing with our bath-scrubber, the skin feels silky soft and rejuvenated. It soothes, stimulates and exfoliates your body and skin. After use, tap away excess water from the scrubber and hang to dry.Pamper yourself in your bath tub or spa.
Vetiveria zizanioides is a densely tufted grass with the culms arising from an aromatic rhizome up to 2 m tall; the roots are stout, dense and aromatic;
Vetiver oil is regarded as stimulant, diaphoretic and refrigerant. This oil is used in perfumery, cosmetics and soaps and for flavouring.
India is inhabited by a wide variety of tribal populations who dwell in forested areas and depend on surrounding resources for their livelihood. Various tribes use the different parts of the grass for many of their ailments such as mouth ulcer, fever, boil, epilepsy, burn, snakebite, scorpion sting, rheumatism, fever, headache, etc. The Santhal tribes of Bihar and West Bengal use the paste of fresh roots for burn, snakebite and scorpion sting, and a decoction of the roots as a tonic for weakness; the Lodhas of West Bengal use the root paste for headache, rheumatism and sprain, and a stem decoction for urinary tract infection; the Mandla and Bastar tribes of Madhya Pradesh use the leaf juice as anthelmintic; the tribes of the Varanasi district inhale the root vapour for malarial fever. The root ash is given to patients for acidity by the Oraon tribe. Likewise, there are very many different applications of the plant for different ailments among different ethnic tribes (Jain 1991; Singh & Maheshwari 1983).