Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap Review

Hello Friends,
Today I am going to Review Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap, which I bought long time ago and finished it a month back :p and sorry for the late review. I purchased this orange flavor with lemon flavor and reviewed the lemon one already. I loved this soap very much, Let’s see the Review in detail…


About The Product:

Khadi Herbal Soaps
Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap Review

Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap 
Price        50 Rs for 125 gms
Shelf Life 24 months

Product Description & Ingredients:

Khadi Orange Soap has as Tringent Anti Bacterial, Antiseptic, Toning and cleaning properties. Use it as a natural treatment on oily skin.

Key Ingredients:
Ornage Oil, Almond Oil, Glycerine Oil and Vegetable Oils.

My Experience with Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap:
Package:
Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap comes in a transparent polythene cover with white label backside contains products details. The package is very simple.

Colour, Texture & Smell:
The colour of the soap is yummy orange which looks so pretty. Square shaped soap bar smells refreshing orange flavor.

My Experience:
I loved this soap very much, because this soap makes my every bath refreshed. This soap lathers well and cleanse the skin very well. The smell is so lovely and refreshing to make your bath a beautiful experience. This soap leaves the skin clean, smooth and soft. I never felt any dryness or itchiness because of this soap, since this soap is made up of essential oils.

 I wanted to bite this soap bar when I opened the cover, it looks like a orange jelly sweet. This soap soothes the skin and improves the skin texture by regular use. I wanted to repurchase it again, but that time it is out of stock and now I got some other interesting soaps from my brother to try. All I can say it was an awesome experience for me with this yummy soap bar.

Orange is generally good for skin and especially it is very useful for oily skin. Orange juice and orange peels helps to control your skin oiliness. Orange helps to control your sweating odor when you use in your bathing water. Orange fruit is rich in vitamin C and it is comes under citrus fruits category.

My Likes with Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap:

This soap is not tested on Animals.
This soap made by natural ingredients.
It has goodness of Natural oils.
This soap smells very nice.
It lathers and cleanse the skin very well.
This soap leaves the skin soft and smooth.
This soap never dries the skin.
It is affordable.

My Dislikes with Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap:

No full ingredients.
Not available in all stores.

Final Verdict:
Khadi Orange Ayurvedic Handmade Soap is a good affordable soap with nice fragrance that never dries your skin and leaves the skin soft. So, if you get a chance to try this soap don’t miss it just try it, I am sure you will love it…
Hope My Review is helpful for you all…
Share your thoughts and stay pretty…
By Radha…

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