Fabindia Jasmine Soap Review

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Hi all,

     If you have been reading my blog regularly, you would have known that I am a huge lover of jasmine and mogra fragrance, not the artificial strong smelling ones, but products that have the nice divine floral fragrance almost like the natural floral smell.  This love led to me to purchase few products in the past and couple of them I have reviewed in my blog like the Forest essentials night treatment cream Jasmine & Patchouli Forest Essentials Luxury Sugar Soap Madurai Jasmine & Mogra and Oilcraft Naturals MograFacial Mist.  So, when I saw the jasmine calming and rejuvenating soap from Fabindia I had to buy it, though I was not sure whether the smell will be really nice like the FE ones.  So, read on to know how it turned out.

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Price:

     ₹ 75 for 100 gm

Ingredients & About the Product:

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     The Fabindia Jasmine soap is creamy white in color and you can smell almost jasmine kind of fragrance which is not pure as it also has a soapy smell, so if you expect a divine jasmine fragracne you will be disappointed like me.  But, nevertheless, it does smell nice, lathers well wash off easily and leaves the skin soft which might be due to the presence of other nice ingredeints like glycerine, castor oil, and aloe vera.  I liked using it as it did not dry out my skin and gave a clean feeling without leaving any residue behind.   It also did not melt fast when dried and  stored properly and the price is also quite affordable.

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Pros:

Affordable price

Suitable for all skin types

Has a nice smell (though do not expect a divine jasmine floral scent)

Feels gentle on skin

Does not dry out the skin

Washes off easily without leaving any residue

Cons:

As I told earlier you will be disappointed if you expect a divine floral jasmine fragrance

Availability is kind of an issue as they are hard to find online though they are available easily in Fabindia stores

Prettykooll rating: 4.5/5 (This is a nice soap for the price and also non-drying on the skin)

Have you tried the soaps from Fabindia? I liked this one, so planning to try out few of their soaps in other variants in the future

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12 comments

  • yamini@BeautyandBlush 11 months ago

    Fab India soaps are really nice.I need to try this one.I too love jasmine scented products but hate the artificial ones.

  • Jayanthi Parthasarathy 11 months ago

    fabindia has the fakest/artificial jasmine perfume ever – I avoid such stuff as I’ve a sensitive nose

    • Preethy 11 months ago

      I hate artificial jasmine fragrance, it gives a headache, this soap smells artificial but not very strong

  • Emmy 11 months ago

    Never tried anything from Fab India! I think I might try this. Great that it does not dry the skin or have a divine scent. I prefer jasmine scents to be slightly mild! Great review! xx
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  • Ria Rajendran 11 months ago

    Nice post! Need to pick this one up on my next visit 🙂 http://www.scarletblushblog.com

    • Preethy 11 months ago

      Hope you like it

  • Sonali 11 months ago

    Unlike commercial soaps these soaps don’t dry out the skin at all and using them have made me skip lotions. Although I use lotions love how these soaps help in making the skin soft.
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    • Preethy 11 months ago

      Yes these do not dry out the skin

  • Bhawna Varshney 11 months ago

    Its a good soap after reading your review. I am happy to see that it is for all type of skin.

    • Preethy 11 months ago

      Yes it does not dry the skin do should be suitable for all

  • Swathi 11 months ago

    Surprisingly never used a soap from FabIndia. i’ll pick it up if I spot this in store next time 🙂
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    • Preethy 11 months ago

      Me too, this is my first one, they also have different variants too

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