Patanjali Ojas Multani Mitti Soap review
|Ojas Multani Mitti Soap|
I couldn't wait to review this soap for you guys.
There used to be a time I used to frequent Patanjali pharmacy quite regularly but it's been a long time since I've been there and explored their range of products. They keep adding to their range and each time you get bewildered when you see so much more like biscuits, atta, syrups, detergents, just to name a few.
Most of the items are also out of stock. I had wanted to try their rose syrup in summer but whenever I went to buy it, it would not be in stock. So, I went ahead and purchased Haldiram's brand.
Back to the soap, come summer and anything and everything made of Multani Mitti is something that I would stock up on. But sadly, you don't see too many Multani Mitti products on the shelves these days. So when I saw that Patanjali had released their own soap, I had to grab it. They have many other varieties but this by far is my favorite.
Let me tell you the minute you open the packaging, you get this amazing jasmine fragrance waft out of the wrapper and when it touches water, the fragrance just builds up. It's so lovely. The soap in itself is a coarse brown bar, feels grainy to touch and so earthy. I love it.
|Multani Mitti soap|
It is a very basic bar that foams rather well and leaves the body feeling refreshed. You know that there are a lot more ingredients in here than just Multani mitti though.
The ingredients are Purified Borax, mentha piperita which is basically mint extract, Camphor extract, Ajwain sat, Turmeric, Sandalwood, Brahmi, Aloe vera, Licorice, Reetha, Neem, Manjisth, Tulsi, Bringraj, Jatamansi, Nutgrass, natural oil base, multani mitti and zinc oxide along with perfume. Like I mentioned the mogra fragrance is just divine and it scents your entire bath giving a deep relaxing feel.
Due to it's grainy texture, it gives you a mild exfoliation. You tend to imagine since it's multani mitti, it might leave some sort of residue behind but it does not. You are left with squeaky clean skin with a lovely, faint smell of mogra.
The soap does not melt away and remains quite firm, unlike creamy soaps like Dove.
This is one soap that I would definitely keep re-purchasing but I generally forget to because you will not find it in conventional stores, you need to locate a Patanjali center and see if it's in stock before you can get your hands on it.
Overall, a lovely purchase and I highly recommend this. Stay fresh :)
MRP: Rs.35 for 75gm bar