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Baba Ramdev Patanjali Ojas Mint Tulsi Body Cleanser Review

This one is again from my well kept drafts for long..If you know what I mean,lol I am still not over the Sonam Kapoor Saga :D If you are still wondering why I had to take this post live now, Here is my answer. The weather in Hyderabad is totally changed from the past couple of days and yesterday it rained like crazy. I was out for some work,felt the weather is too sexy for a bike drive and ended up becoming a walking fish totally drenched. Today the weather is better without the rain but it is cold. I am actually wearing a jacket and have a coffee mug in my hand now. Sipping it bit by bit and typing this bit by bit. So, coming to the reason on why I am posting this now, this is one soap which I loved during the early months of this year. It was not so cold and summer hasn't started and this soap just the refreshing.
After the much hyped Baba Ramdev Patanjali Divya Kanti Lep Review, this one is from their body cleansers range.
Price and Quantity:
INR 24 for 75gms


You can check the Patanjali Aloevera Kanti Body Cleanser Review also 
Baba Ramdev Patanjali Haldi Chandan Kanti Body Cleanser- Soap Review
What does it say:
Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine Composition:  Tulsi, Haldi, Amahaldi, Ghritkumari
Ingredients: Natural Oil base, Colour cos oil yellow. Perfume mint-tulsi- Q.S
How to Use: Useful in rejuvenating, Nourishing & glorifying the skin.  Useful in removing dryness and roughness of skin.
The whole package is made of paper and it is organic. Using a paper is great as it is recyclable.
My Take:
The soap is transparent and it made me remember the pears soap. I could sense that it has the same sort of properties,however in a better organic way. The smell was a bittt strong to my taste. But the end result of being totally fresh is priceless lol. It lathers well without making the skin dry. In fact, this soap is meant to be used in winters to keep your skin from drying out. The soap doesn't strip oils from your skin but it keeps the elasticity of the skin intact. The skin feels smooth and a bit of moisture is just too much for the whole day to keep the skin soft and supple. The smell will fade away once you are out of the bath and by the time, you apply your lotion it will be gone for good. The smell is more like strong minty and herbal fragrance. I somehow feel that this smell is fab for summer but the formula is best for winters. The soaps are really so cheap yet they do the work of a body cleanser. I have never used these on my face. Hence I can judge on it. But on body,it is just good.
My Rating:
3.5/5
Recommendations:
This is not really a must have soap from the Baba Ramdev's Patanjali line but you can always try their other soaps especially the multani mitti soap.

Patanjali Aloevera Kanti Body Cleanser Review

Hey people
This has been in my drafts since too long. Few months back I unexpectedly visited a Patanjali store. Though I was looking for their body scrub I never really tried to get one. I found this store when I was out with mamma in my area(yay I have this store just a mile away from my home). I have picked up quite a lot of stuff from the store except the body scrub aka ubtan.
This post details the teeny weeny soap nah the body cleanser. Let me dig into the details and my experience with the product.
The product comes in a regular paper cover which is in white Base and mint green letters. The packaging is cheap. But you know, the paper is organic and eco friendly than the usual plastic covers.