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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Rustic Art Soap Vetiver and Rustic Art soap Neem Review.

Today i am reviewing 2 variants of Rustic Art soaps i.e., Vetiver and Neem.


After the long and hectic but exciting 'Giveaway' phase, i am back with the "Soapathon" series. :D

Price: 155/- INR

1.Vetiver soap
No..that's not a hair strand on the paper carton! :P Since it is natural papier mache, it is just a fiber. :D  

Ingredients:



2.Neem soap


Ingredients:

Review:

1. Vetiver Soap: 
I bought this soap with high expectations regarding the Fragrance. But Sadly, It disappointed me by smelling of almost nothing!

2. Neem Soap:
When i was suffering from Severe Acne i bought this soap thinking it would help me by controlling the breakouts. But Again, even this soap disappointed me by causing little painful and itchy pustules that were scattered allover my face.

Conclusion:
You can easily skip them. There are similar soaps available from BON Organics at lesser price.

Read the BON soap-Country Rose Review.

 This is a part of the "Soapathon" series.
Previous posts under the Soapathon series: 

'Last forest' Pebbles Soaps-Jasmine, Lemongrass and Basil review

Have you used these two variants of Rustic art soaps? Was your experience different/positive? Share your opinions in the comments section below. :)
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Love,
Siri.
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9 comments:

  1. I love Rustic Art gels - but yes they are a bit pricey

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    1. You can get the same Aloevera gels from BON for a much cheaper price! Coz BON manufactures the products for Rustic art. :)

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    2. What !!!!!!!!! Thanks - will buy BON now on

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    3. Yep. *thumbsup* Do that jayanthi. That way you'll be supporting a selfless brand who sells their products off MRP just so that everyone can afford them! :)

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  2. It's obvious that these soaps are similar to BON organics as these are manufactured by BON themselves.

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    1. I know Safi. That's why i always buy BON soaps instead of the rustic art ones. :)

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