Charcoal, Mint Or Multani Mitti: 10 Types Of Soap We're Crushing On Right Now!
Waffle Soap - Laviche Bath Essentials
Channel your love for waffles with soaps that look like it. Besides being super cute, these waffle soaps (choco chip and strawberry crush waffles topped with whipped cream and exotic toppings!) by Laviche Bath Essentials are made using shea butter, goat milk, glycerin, cocoa powder, and chocolate and strawberry oils that make your skin soft and smooth.
Kafir Lime Luxury Loofah Soap - Melted by Paper Plumes
Melted by Paper Plumes makes soaps that are unique in design and of top-notch quality. We love the Kafir Lime soap that has a loofah inside it. Made using glycerine, Vitamin E, kafir lime essential oil, dried torai, aloe vera, water, propylene glycol, sodium stearate and sucrose, this one will make you feel refreshed and ready to take on the day.
Charcoal Soap - Orange Bean
Orange Bean's soaps are one of our favourites - not just because they are handmade and inspired by the goodness of nature and essential oils, but also because they come in cute designs and motifs. The Charcoal Soap is made using goat milk as the base along with coconut and castor oils, activated charcoal powder and essential/fragrance oil. It keeps the skin hydrated and also helps in exfoliation.
Black African Soap - Mirah Belle
Mirah Belle's soaps are organic and handcrafted infused with the goodness of nature. A few of their soaps are also vegan. The Black African soap is an amazing and refreshing blend of shea and cocoa butter as well as coconut oil on a black African soap base. Best part? They provide cruelty-free, recyclable and sustainable packaging.
Multani Mitti Handcrafted Soap - Sampan
Multani Mitti, for sure, works wonders on the skin. This one by Sampan is infused with aloe vera, sandalwood fragrance, glycerin and multani mitti (of course!). It removes all that excess dirt, oil and pollution on the skin while retaining its natural moisture making your skin look super fresh and smooth.
Lemongrass & Mint Soap - Kaisori
Kaisori's handmade soaps contain the goodness, fragrance and richness of natural ingredients sourced from the Kashmir Valley, while the packaging involves an original artwork inspired by Bundi Fort's Chitrashala and created by a local miniature painting artist. This soap is contains lemongrass and mint extracts, plant-based glycerin soap base and the goodness of castor and olive oils.
Soft Shea Butter Lavender Soap By Melted
If a gentle hydrating soap isn't what does it for you, these ones by Melted by Paper Plumes are also made in the most beautiful, floral moulds that make the soaps look as pretty as they smell. We're big fans of Shea Butter — the ingredient that can hydrate a dessert, and this soap is winning for us.
Shea Butter Handmade Soap - Nyassa
If you couldn't tell, we're obsessed with Shea Butter, which is especially good for those of us who have dry skin all year round. This one by Nyassa comes with the goodness of honey and saffron as well, both of which also have hydrating and antioxidant qualities. What stands out about Nyassa is also that the brand is carbon-conscious, and their packaging is plastic free.
Kesar Soap - Bubble Bliss
Bubble Bliss' Kesar Soap is giving us full on Pears vibes, only with the goodness of saffron, which has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammation properties. We don't know about you, but we find clear soaps very very satisfying to use. If you also have that weird quirk, this is a good, homegrown pick
Watermelon Cold Process Soap - Suffuse
This option is best if you have kids who despise bathing. No better motivation out there than a cute, watermelon-like soap making bathing time fun and good for the skin in one go.