SaND for Soapaholics Bathing Soap REVIEW, Price in India
If you have been a fan of LUSH cosmetics (and miss using their products ever since their exit from India more than a couple of years ago), you must have heard of an Indian brand selling natural and handmade soaps. I am talking about SaND for Soapaholics. It is the brand that I heard a lot about but never put in the effort to try their products for myself. The April FabBag brought me a nice sample of the SaND for Soapaholics Monkey Bar bathing soap. I have been trying it out so thought of sharing a review with all of you.
Product: SaND for Soapaholics Monkey Bar Bathing Soap
Price: 325 INR
Quantity: 100 g (also available in 200 g and 500 g bars)
Ingredients: Banana Fruit, Oatmeal, Vegetable Glycerine, Sodium Sauryl Sulphate, Coconut Endosperm Oil, Pepper Fruit Essential Oil, Colour
The packaging for the SaND for Soapaholics Monkey Bar Bathing Soap is pretty basic. I received the sample from FabBag in a plastic container with a few basic details such as the ingredients, name, etc. of the product printed on top. I checked online and I think this pretty much their standard packaging.
The soap itself has 2 brown translucent swirls and a beige base with oatmeal scrub granules. The brown swirls took a couple of showers to be completely visible. The sweet banana scent is not my favorite but if you like that kind of a scent, the soap might please you more.
I like using this soap since I like to lightly scrub my body in summer. I am glad that the scent does not linger for long and that the scrub granules are gentle to my skin. My skin feels soft after the shower so I usually do not moisturize my body post-shower. I really enjoyed using this soap. I am about to run out and I might try out a new soap from them. I am eyeing the Heavenly Dew soap right now!
If you want to buy a SaND for Soapaholics soap, you can get a 50g, 100g, 200g or a 500g variant from their website. They make bath, skin and hair products. All of their products are natural and handmade!
I used to love trying out products from LUSH and it is only fair that we have an Indian brand to fill the gap and deliver us high-quality products. I am not a huge fan of the banana scent, however, I love the soap for its gentle scrubbing and moisturising properties. I would recommend this soap to everyone who wants to exfoliate in the shower.
Have you tried the SaND for Soapholics soaps? Which is your favorite product bath product right now? Comment below!