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REVIEW: Dear Earth African Forest Rejuvenating Vegan Soap




 

REVIEW: Dear Earth African Forest Rejuvenating Vegan Soap


So last night I went out with a group of my girl friends for dinner... We were meeting up after almost a year and there was a lot of catching up to do... And you know how girls are, we were shrieking in delight, exclaiming loudly, giggling uncontrollably and clicking pictures after pictures much to the chagrin of the other diners in the restaurant...





One thing that eeryone said about me was that I had put on *lots* of weight... Not a little but lots :( Then someone mentioned that having smoothies for breakfast was something that was advisable for a healthy start of the day and also to ensure high fiber intake daily...

So today since morning I have been scouring healthy eating websites, fitness blogs and the like to find something that I felt would work for me... I zeroed down to a Vitamin C smoothie that I plan to start taking from tomorrow morning... I'll update you guys in a day or two about how the preparation went :)

Well, speaking of healthy, let me come to the point and talk about the Dear Earth African Forest Rejuvenating Vegan Soap that I am going to be reviewing today...

Price of Dear Earth African Forest Rejuvenating Vegan Soap:

It costs INR 220/-

You can buy 'Dear Earth' products from www.unived.in 






As the name suggests, it is a vegan soap, made of organic ingredients and does not test on animals... If you are still not convinced with the goodness that this soap packs in, all you need to do is read the ingredient list...

The African Forest soap mainly consists of African Black soil that is known for its exfoliating and skin clearing properties making sure that one's skin is blemish free and clear of impurities... It also has cocoa butter that moisturises and keeps your skin soft and supple... However, I still did find the soap a little drying especially on my face and hence I think it would be perfect match for those with oily to normal skin...


The soap does not contain Parabens and yet lathers really well. I love the fragrance, its unique and very different. If you ask me to decribe it, I think I would say its the smell of wet earth meeting cocoa powder... Its relaxing, soothing and invigorating at the same time!

My only issue with the soap is the exfoliating particles in it are a little harsh and I need to lather it in my hands and then apply it over my body...
Other than that I am pretty impressed with the quality of the product and I am pretty keen on trying out other stuff from the range...

Recommendation:
If you have oily skin and are a little careful with the exfoliating particles in the soap, then you will surely love it!

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