Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap Review

Review by Gayathri,
Hello Beauties,
Today I am going to share my experience with Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap. I must say that most of the soaps don’t suit me but still I keep on trying new soaps. Among soaps I especially like herbal soaps. This Basil and Parsley soap is my first Biotique soap which is a sample sized one. Let’s jump to the review and see how good this soap is…

About The product:

Herbal soaps
Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap Review

Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap 
Price: Rs.30.00 for 50g and Rs.70.00 for 150g

Product Description:
This clear soap is a blend of pure basil, parsley, margosa, wheat germ and coconut oil, to gently
wash away body impurities, without disturbing the skin’s natural pH balance.

Ingredients:

Nariyal tail (Cocos nucifera oil), Erand tail (Ricinus communis oil), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Pudina (Pteroselinum sativum), Ritha tail (sapindus mukorossi oil), Gehun tail (Triticum vulgare oil), Ikshuras (saccharum officinarum), Cleanser base Q.S.

How To Use:
Apply a thick layer on clean dry face and neck. Avoid eye and mouth areas. Leave on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse with water or damp wash cloth. Use daily or as needed.

My Take on This Soap:

When I read the ingredients, I was so tempted to use this soap. The soap is packed in a paper made cover in which it’s covered with a paper once again. It is a green colored transparent soap and doesn’t smell like artificial. Since it is soap, it’s definitely not travel friendly but I don’t have any complaints with it.

It lathers well and on using as given in the directions part, I observed that it cleanses well and soothes it without making skin dry and stretchy at all. After all it contains various oils in it. It doesn’t give any side effects and I think this is suitable for super sensitive skin as well. The product claims to cure ringworm, dermatitis, etc. skin problems but I can’t promise about this part since I don’t have these problems. But I can definitely say that due to presence of basil, parsley etc. it may be able to prevent such skin problems.

My Likes with Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap:
• Easily available
• Affordable
• Herbal soap
• Fragrance is good
• Natural herbs are present in it
• Suitable to all types of skin especially sensitive skin
• Lathers well
• Soothes skin
• Doesn’t dry skin
• Prevents skin problems

My Dislikes with Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap:
• Fragrance is strong
• Can’t say about curing part

Rating: 4.5/5

Will I recommend? Yes,

Final Verdict:
Biotique Basil and Parsley Soap is a best Herbal soap for problematic skin to cure the problem by regular use. Do try it once Girls…

About The Writer:

Hi Everyone…

This is Gayatri of www.indiangirlsera.com. Radha’s IBZ was one of those blogs I saw and read almost everyday at my initial blogging stage. In simple words I’m a bubbly type happy going girl. People say I’m so sensitive but I think I’m strong. Day by day I always get to learn new things, get inspired from my lovely blogger friends and I do sometimes silly yet good experiments with my blog. Now I’m also loving to write for IBZ <3. My skin is combination type and dusky in complexion with wavy little dry long hair.

Hope you will find this review useful…
Stay Bless…
With Love Gayu…

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