Mysore Sandal's Herbal Care Soap Review
Today I am reviewing one of my favourite bath products that I discovered just a month ago. I love the smell of medimix and herbal soaps but I wanted to try out something new and different. That's when I came across this particular soap. I don't pick up soaps from any and every brand. Initially I did not see the Mysore Sandal tag on the soap packet but when I did, the soap just fell into my shopping cart without a second thought.
I think this is not a new launch but I have not seen it earlier at the local stores for some odd reason. Infact, I went to back up on this and now I can't find it anywhere. I keep searching for it and wished I had picked up a couple of pieces when I had purchased it first. But I always try before I buy and hoard.
This herbal care soap is made up of a precious blend of 19 natural essential oils. 19!!! It has aromatic and therapeutic properties. I can assure you on the aroma bit, it smells really good and leaves my bath smelling of herbs and all good things from nature.
What I really like is that it is 100% Biodegradabale(Yaaaay!!) , made from vegetable oils, natural essential oils, neem and other antiseptic extracts.
The soap is a thick moss green block which lathers well and doesn't melt away too quickly.
It's smell is so refreshing that it wakes me up in time for the sun.
I am listing out some of the ingredients which really made me want to get this: Basil, cedarwood, Citronella, Tulsi, Clove, coleus, geranium, eucalyptus, guiacwood, lavendin, lemongrass, nutmeg, orange, patchouli, pineross, palmrosa, petit grain, rosemary and ylang ylang to name some.
It's a 100gm bar and works out economically, I think it was around Rs.12-16. I can't find the outer cover.
But if you really love herbal products do try this out and let me know how you find it. I really like it.
I also like the Medimix Lakshadi oil soap very much, I haven't reviewed that as yet but it's a glycerine based soap and it's very nice.
What are your favourite soaps, do let me know in the comments below. I would love to hear from you all :)