- An amazing soap! Lathers well, does not hurt eyes much, has a gritty texture(not very harsh) with a mild smell.
- I had these acne pimples on my face which this soap helped heal and fade out extremely faster.
- I generally like to use the same cleanser for my face and body (while taking bath) and found that this soap is not harsh and does not make my skin dry or tight-feeling. Also, it does not sting the eyes.
- It lathers well and does not become soft and mushy on usage.
- Along with containing these amazing properties, it has wonderful ingredients and is non-toxic, non-GMO, and cruelty-free.
- The brand – ‘Bare Necessities’ says that they use the best ingredients that are local and ethically sourced.
- You can buy the soap from weChoose.in or from the Bare Essentials website itself. I had to buy a few other items as well, hence picked up the soap from the weChoose.in website.
- Head over to the Bare Essentials website to read about more about their The Last Straw Campaign.
- Do definitely give this soap a try!
- ☘️Organic ingredients
- 👨🏻🌾Local, Fair-trade and Ethically sourced ingredients
- ♻️Biodegradable & low-waste packaging – products sent in a cardboard box wrapped in cloth scraps
- ✌🏻The soap comes wrapped in a paper cover – packaging is 100% recyclable and eco-friendly – making sure nothing ends up in a landfill.
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- Castor oil – skin-conditioning, occlusive, viscosity-increasing, emollient, emulsifying, surfactant, viscosity-controlling, masking, good-moisturizer, fragrance-ingredient, solvent, smoothing
- Sesame oil – good-moisturizer
- Neem oil – anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory
- Essential oils – Waiting for the brand to respond to this
- and Turmeric – fragrance-ingredient, skin-conditioning, tonic, anti-inflammatory, anti-acne, anti-oxidant
About Bare Essentials :
Bare Necessities is the brainchild of Sahar Mansoor, who currently lives a zero-waste lifestyle in Bangalore, India. A University of Cambridge alumni, with a background in environmental planning, policy, and law. Sahar formerly worked at the World Health Organization in Geneva and SELCO Foundation on a decentralized energy policy. Bare Necessities believes in creating products that care for the environment as much as they care for you.
About the Brand :
6. How we package: We use reusable glass jars, wrapped in cloth scraps from our local tailor and paper scraps from our printer. Our labels are printed on recycled paper. We use paper tape as far as possible. We do have to use clear tape on the shipping label, as stipulated by our logistics partner. Do let us know if you have any ideas for us, to reduce this plastic clear tape from being used at all. Always open to suggestions!