Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub Review

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I hope you all are doing great! 🙂

Welcome to the second post of the ‘Dead Sea Mud’ series – the series where I am reviewing the dead sea mud infused skincare products from Chauth & Nagsan! 🙂

If you haven’t read the first post yet, check it out here, it is a review of their dead sea mud face wash… And now, let us move on to the next review! 😀


Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub

[You can find the brand’s description of the product on Facetyfirst, it was too long to include in the review!]

KEY INGREDIENTS: Aqua, Glycerin, Xanthan Gum, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Kaolin, Bentonite, Sea Silt (Mineral Dead Sea Mud), Prunus Dulcis (Almond) Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Vitamin E, Sodium Hyaluronate, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Gel, Juglans Regia (Walnut) Shell Powder, Green Tea Extract, Santalum Album (Sandalwood) Oil.
No parabens, phthalates, petrolatum or SLS.
[The only ingredient missing from this list (according to the brand) is the name of the added fragrance, otherwise the above list is complete!]

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub

DIRECTIONS: Apply a healthy portion of scrub to targeted areas and massage into skin in a circular upwards motion. Allow 3 to 5 minutes before rinsing thoroughly. For best results, use regularly.

CAUTION: Some people may be allergic to natural products. Test patch on inner elbow and leave to 30 minutes. Discontinue if irritation occurs.
• Store in a cool and dry place.
• For external use only.

COST: Rs. 649 for 125gms

SHELF LIFE: 24 months from the date of manufacturing.

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub


Chauth & Nagsan dead sea mud scrub comes in a sturdy, black-coloured plastic tub packaging with a screw-on cap on the top… It also contains an inner lid which sits on the mouth of the tub and prevents any sort of leakage, making the packaging really travel-friendly! ❤
The tub has all the necessary details about the product, including the list of ingredients, usage instructions and cautions mentioned over it! 😀

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub

The scrub is dark grey in colour and has a thick but spreadable consistency… It is loaded with tiny apricot shell particles and even a pea-sized amount of the scrub contains a good amount of granules! The scrub has a mild and pleasant fragrance of sandalwood with hints of other ingredients… The fragrance is really soothing and wouldn’t hurt the sensitive noses! ❤

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub

This dead sea mud scrub is quite efficient when it comes to exfoliating the skin and just half a teaspoon of it is enough to properly exfoliate the entire face and neck… It scrubs away all the dead skin cells and impurities built up on the surface of the skin and sucks away dirt and grease from within the pores, leaving the skin deeply cleansed and rejuvenated! I have been using this scrub for over two weeks (twice/thrice a week) now and I have noticed that it also removes blackheads and whiteheads to some extent (though not completely) with continued use…

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub

This scrub makes the skin feel really soft and smooth to touch post use… I have used it on one side of my face, leaving the other side untouched (just for experimentation 😛 ) and my skin felt quite different on both the sides, once I rinsed it off! 😛
I have a normal-combination skin type right now, with quite a few live acne on my face and a little rash around my lips… The scrub, even though loaded with scrubbing granules, is quite gentle on the skin and didn’t hurt or harm my acne or rash in any way! It also contains the perfect blend of oils and clays and doesn’t leave the skin dry or greasy… Instead, for me, it leaves my skin quite hydrated post use and so, I believe that this scrub would suit all the skin types pretty well and wouldn’t make any skin type go very dry and stretchy after use, except maybe for extremely dry skin types! 😀

Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub
Chauth & Nagsan Dead Sea Mud Scrub



1. Easily available online on Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal and Facetyfirst!

[Currently available at a good discount on most of the websites!]

2. Sturdy, leak-proof and travel-friendly packaging!
3. Free from harmful chemicals like parabens, phthalates, SLS and petroleum derivatives and contains kaolin clay, bentonite, dead sea mud, almond oil, jojoba seed oil, shea butter, vitamin E, aloe vera gel, green tea extract, sandalwood oil and walnut shell powder! ❤
4. Has a mild and soothing fragrance!
5. Contains a really good amount of scrubbing granules and just half a teaspoon of the scrub is enough for exfoliating the entire face and neck!
6. Deeply cleanses the skin and the pores and scrubs away all the dead skin cells and impurities!
7. Removes blackheads and whiteheads to some extent with continued use!
8. Leaves the skin really soft, smooth and hydrated! ❤
9. Doesn’t harm or breakout the skin!
10. Would suit all the skin types pretty well!


1. Slightly expensive!

RATING: 4.8/5

FINAL TAKE: If you want a scrub that deeply cleanses and exfoliates your skin and makes your skin feel really soft and smooth without drying it out or making it greasy, you should definitely give this dead sea mud scrub a try! 🙂

Hope it helps! ❤

**PR product but 100% honest review!**

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  1. Dead Sea mud has many beneficial health elements, I have also read about the Karmic qualities of this mud. Glad it comes in this nice tub and can be used as an organic skin care product.

  2. This scrub is packed with a lot of goodness and is perfect for all skin types. I’ll shell out a few extra bucks for the quality it is offering. 🙂

  3. Dead sea ands mud based products are really good for skin. I came back on your website to check the packaging, ingedirents and the review of these products as I was planning to buy one.

  4. I’ve been hearing quite a lot about this brand and how it’s supposed to be really good for you! Thank you for the in-depth review about the scrub!

  5. I have sensitive tanned skin so using it on my skin will be a good option although will pinch the pocket but owing to the ingredients and packaging its worth the money

  6. Lovely review. I have not heard of this company before, but I will check out their products now that you have recommended them to us.

  7. This sounds Effective for exfoliating the dead skin, love that it’s chemical free and contains apricot which is good for scribing

  8. The scrub sounds really good. I love that you state cons as well. Your in-depth reviews are really helpful Mrinal. Great photos too x

  9. From your review it seems like a very good and effective scrub for removing white heads. and black heads. Now I’m going to check it out

  10. I will give This scrub a try next summer when my skin is more on combination side. Right now it’s so dry!! I need hydrating stuff. Does this brand do hydrating products too??

  11. Dead sea mud scrub sounds good. I have to try it to see how it feels on my skin. Will order it soon to see. Thanks for the review.

  12. I loved the beautifully clicked pictures and wonderfully described view for the product..I would definitely try this out

  13. What I love about your post is your detailed review and product shoot. I can feel how much effort is required for a creative shoot. And moreover so detailed and honest review!!

  14. Dead sea scrub I would love to try it for my white heads and open pores. The ingredient list it seems promising and since its effective for you I am reassured about tying it out

  15. Nice review. I have read your review about dead sea mud face wash and quite like it. And the second product of this dead sea mud, the scrub is also sounds good. So, i will be definitely try the whole series after reading your third review about the dead sea mud face pack

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