How does it look?The soap came packaged in just a simple cellophane wrap kind of thing! Not the most attractive packaging and very cheap looking! Coming to the actual soap, it is more of triple toned soap! It has like this gorgeous gradient effect thingy going on it! Though the colours used for the soap—sap green, cream and dull khadi—are not the most appeasing for my eyes! So the packaging as well as the soap is not much appealing to me personally!
How does it smell?
The company claims the soap to be enriched with the goodness of aloevera, oatmeal, milk and honey! And just like other ida soaps, this one also has a strong punch of the fragrances of the ingredients the soap is made of! So it smells really wierd to me, but my mom liked it and also said that handmade soaps which are full of natural goodness are meant to smell this way! So one thing is for sure, that the funny fragrance is a plus point, as it made me sure that no synthetic fragrances are used in it!
How does it feel? And does it lather well?
The soap is rather calming and soothing on the skin! And isn’t it the softest feeling soap to have ever touched me? Maybe it is the milk or the honey, but it feels so moisturising and utterly nourishing! The skin actually starts to look and feel so much more supple and nourished and all softy-softy! Love the feel! But one thing which makes me sad is the fact that it lathers really less, and also melts like crazy! I mean I have used it just for a week till now, and it has already came to half its size!
Do I recommend?
Yes, yes! I definitely recommend this soap from Ida naturals, especially for the ongoing chill weather!