Few ago, I published a huge haul post on Herbs & More brand. Since then I have been trying few of their products, and today I am sharing the review of one of those products “Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap”. Though I prefer body washes or shower gels over soaps but in humid weather, I switch over to body soaps as they help in preventing stickiness and keep the skin fresh for long time. I am using Herbs & More soap for over two weeks now, so I think this is the ideal to share the experience with you. Let’s jump on to the review.
What the product says:
Vitamin E moisturizes & protects skin from daily damages; renews skin cells & prevents premature aging. Experience complete bathing with our tea tree oil based, sulphate & parabens-free, moisturizing soap enriched with vitamin E, aloe vera & walnut scrub. A herbal tea tree oil based, sulphate & parabens free bathing soap enriched with vitamin E, aloe vera & walnut scrub for a clear, healthy, moist & refreshed skin.
My take on ‘Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap’
Herbs & More vitamin therapy soap comes in a cardboard box packaging. The soap is also individually packed in a transparent plastic. The outer packing contains ingredient and price details. It is a beige colored soap, but unlike other regular soaps it is a rough surface. It might be because of the presence of herbs or walnut – I am not sure though. The drawback of this not-so-smooth surface is that it feels harsh against the skin. If you are not used to body washes you might not feel the grittiness to a greater extent.
It has medicated fragrance, which feels awkward in the beginning but after couple of uses I easily got accustomed to it. As it contains herbs so this fragrance is quite reasonable. The good thing is it does not cling to the skin and neither does it bother my nostrils when the soap is in use. I am foamy person, which means I want my skin cleanser to lather a lot. Initially, when I started using this soap it did not use to later much and I was disappointed as I feel that the body cleansing is incomplete without foam. Fortunately, after few usages it started foaming still the generation of foam is not up to my expectations but I can compromise with that considering it is an herbal soap.
It thoroughly cleans the skin, and as claimed it does not leave skin dry and craving for moisture. The skin feels hydrated and at ease, still I always follow it with body moisturizer. The best thing I liked about this soap is that it is easy to rinse of. Unlike many body washes, it does not leave any sticky residue behind. In just couple of splashes it gets off the skin, and that too leaving the skin clean and clear.
I am hoping this soap will last more than a body wash. It dissolves very little, does not makes the surroundings messy and does not slip off the hands. Considering all these qualities, I think it is quite reasonable priced and is total value for money.
What I like about ‘Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap’
– Impressive ingredient list of walnut, aloe vera & tea tree oil
– Paraben & sulphate free.
– Lasts long as it does not dissolve much.
– Thoroughly cleans the skin and does not rip off every last drop of moisture.
– Easy to rinse of.
What I do not like about ‘Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap’
– It does not create a lot of foam.
– Feels harsh against the skin.
– Medicated fragrance, but fortunately it does not cling to the skin.
Ingredients of ‘Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap’:
Price of ‘Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap’: Rs 65 for 75g
Online Availability: Exclusively available at Netsurfnetwork website.
BABE Rating: 3.75/5
Final Word: Herbs & More Vitamin Therapy Moisturizing Soap has tea tree oil, walnut and aloe vera as main ingredients, and all these are considered quite beneficial for the skin. For the goodness of these wonder ingredients, this soap thoroughly cleans the skin and leaves it moisturized. Though it does not create abundant lather but that can be set aside looking at the benefits. If you are soap lover, you can give this a try.
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