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Soap in Sanskrit is (फेनक) phenaka. Fynakaa pronounciation is also similar to Phenaka but aa little longer. 

At Fynakaa, we take pride in offering a range of exquisite cold processed soaps that are handcrafted with love and care. Our artisanal soaps are created using a traditional cold process method, ensuring that every bar is a unique piece of art that delivers exceptional benefits for your skin.

- Founder

  • We are proud Indian manufacturer

  • Our soaps are vegan and cruelty free

  • We use natural and organic ingredients

  • Our soaps are sls and paraben free

  • Our soaps are handmade with love and passion

  • We make cold processed soaps

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Frequently Asked Questions


Is cold process soap better

Cold process can be specialized to refine every amount of each ingredient, add fresh fruits and milk. No harmful chemicals are used in Cold Process Soap. Since, it use natural oils, natural lye, essential oils, fruits & plants extracts and other natural ingredients and made through natural process, it is better then other soaps.


No plastic is used for cold process soap

When making cold pressed soap, the curing process requires a warm environment and a slow natural cooling process. It is advisable to use silicon mold- preferably with a wood case to hold the shape and slow the cooling process. Plastic is not advisable.


When can I use cold process soap

Manufacturer have to leave to cure for 4 weeks (curing period) a natural process to complete the soap, before soap is allowed for use.







The above details are for information purpose only and we do not have any liability or responsibility to its correctness or if any other use it for any purpose. The details are collated from various open sources available and do not represent our opinion or expert advise. Please do your appropriate due-diligence and do not rely it to be correct or true.

Manufacturing Location

SHED NO. 25 & 30,



S NO. 287/P & 288/P,