My Review :
A clean mild soap filled with all natural ingredients. Provides lather and is refreshing.
- The soap on opening did not smell weird or has no strong smell of neem. Nor did it smell nice. Basically, it has no distinct fragrance,
- Attractive recyclable packaging – the soap is wrapped in a butter paper, which in turn is covered with a green muslin cloth made of jute-like material. Seemed minimal. Sustainable packaging.
- The soap is off-white in color and looks like a normal solid soap.
- Does not melt when stored properly – some of these soaps become soft and mushy. This remained fine,
- Gives good lather
- Felt that the soap was a bit drying even with all the oils present. Skin felt somewhat tight.
- Made of ALL natural ingredients
- Saponified Organic Sunflower Oil,
- Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera),
- Organic Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis),
- Organic Neem Oil (Melia Azadirachta),
- Organic Olive Oil (Olea europaea),
- Demineralized water,
- Wheat germ Oil (Triticum vulgare),
- Extract of Green Tea (Camellia sinensis),
- Organic Essential Oils of Black Pepper (Piper nigrum),
- Natural preservatives of salinatural TCLS – preservative is based on Turmeric Oil, Clove Bud Oil, Lemon Grass Oil, and Sesame oil
About Bon Organics :
- Our name Bio Organic & Natural signifying the act of being natural, inartificial, and conscious within and about our surrounding in our daily routine
- USDA certified, 100% handmade, hand filled and packed by hand in small batches in order to keep the richness of the ingredients intact and effective.
- cruelty-free standard with no animal testing in any phase of the product development by us, our laboratories, or suppliers.
- Aiming to stop soil and water pollution.
- Our Team is holding hands on skilled, talented, artistic and creative women from surrounding areas
- We designed our workshop and built our facilities in such a way that our women can freely sing, dance, laugh, play sports and enjoy themselves without having to stress or be worried about the difficulties at home; our ‘belief’ becomes possible.
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