Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Azafran Lemongrass and Ginger Soap Review & Nirvaaha Palmarosa soap Review.

You must be Wondering why this picture is in Black & White! Let me clarify... 

Here's the original pic. It looks sooo cluttered that you can't really give attention to the soap whose this pic is about! :P Right? :D 

Let's jump to the Review now.

What the Brand saysGrown and distilled at our organic farms, lemongrass and ginger oil enhance this soap with its antiseptic properties and warm spicy and lemony  fragrance. Skin becomes moisturized with safflower and coconut oil and smooth to touch due to the organic soya wax . Soya is known for its key ingredient soy lecithin which provides extreme smoothness and moisturization to the skin and is freshly produced at our farms to be mixed in our soaps. This soap is mild enough to be used on the most sensitive of the skin and can be safely used on face and all over the body.

Ingredients: Sodium safflowerate, Sodium soyabenate, Aqua, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Hydroxide, Glycerine, Cymbopogon citratus oil, Zingiber officinale oil

Review of the Azafran Lemongrass and Ginger Soap:

This soap bar had a warm lemongrass fragrance with a hint of more warm ginger. Because of all the warmth involved, it was a good soap for winters. It lathered well, did not dry out the skin and lasted really long. I don't know why but, the brand decided to discontinue this variant. :(

But, i recently bought the 'Licorice and Saffron' variant. Let's wait and see how that one fares.

Nirvaaha Palmarosa soap

What the Brand saysPalma Rosa Soap is a 100% natural, handmade moisturizing and curative soap made from coconut oil and aloe vera and Palma Rosa Oil.Coconut oil moisturises the body, giving it a smooth feel. Aloe Vera, vitamin and mineral rich, nourishes the body and removes any unwanted spots on the skin.

Ingredients: Palma rosa oil, Cream and Aloe vera.

Price: 74/- INR!

What Nirvaaha has to say about Certification

Must read!


It is important to follow a code of ethics and a set of standards to ensure the authenticity of one’s produce. At the same time, surprising how certification is not required to grow and sell chemically laden food while certification is required to grow and sell toxic-free food.

While we understand the need for a process to be in place, we feel it is important for the process to be fair and equal across socio-economic spheres. Currently, organic certification is expensive, limiting the number of people who can avail of it. However, there are certain groups such as the Participatory Guarantee Scheme (PGS - an internationally applicable organic quality assurance system) who are making efforts to decentralize the process of certification, involve more direct stakeholders, build a foundation of trust and make it a more economically viable initiative. Currently, most of our organic farmers are certified by PGS.

True dat! Let's believe the scenario is going to change soon.

Review of the Nirvaaha Palmarosa soap:

The soap in the above pic looks like somebody wet the soap, squished it and packed it to sell it. :P :D But, this is how they look like when they are Man'hand'led and not factory made. ;D 

This is a nice budget soap that fulfills all the basic duties of a good soap. It doesn't dry out the skin and it smells nice and Rosy too!

Rating: 5/5 for performing awesome on such a low price.

Availability: nirvaaha.com

This is a part of the "Soapathon" series.


Do you know any other Good Low-cost Natural soaps available in the Indian market? If yes, please share with us in the Comments section below. :)


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