I love natural handmade soaps to the moon and back for their gentleness and mix of natural ingredients. What could be as good as having a relaxing bath time with chemical free soaps? This review on Iraya Orange soap is long due, I have been planning to put this since past 5-6 months and it’s finally here 😀 . I have already reviewed Iraya almond nutrifying skin food and Iraya fruit and nut scrub and expressed my product satisfaction. Keep reading to know how this soap fared on me 🙂 –About- With the goodness and energising aroma of natural oranges, this is a great recipe to cleanse and revive dull or flaky skin texture.Price- INR 175
Ingredients-Usage- Apply generously on wet skin, lather and lightly massage. Wash off.My Take on Iraya Orange Soap- This soap comes in very simple packaging with just a shrink wrap secured with a paper with required details about the product including product information, directions, ingredients, price and benefits. You get 100gms of soap for the price paid. I think this soap has been discontinued as I couldn’t get much information on it online and sadly it wasn’t listed on Iraya’s website too. Inside the soap there are slices of orange peel. The soap is light weighted and has a soft finish which doesn’t hurt skin at all on rubbing during bath. There are some soaps on market which turn skin red while we work on building lather but that’s not the case with this one. It lathers up quickly with very less efforts and effectively cleanses skin in one wash itself. It doesn’t leave any slippery/oily feeling behind neither dries out my skin in any way. It smells divine, if you love oranges you’ll be lost in the fragrance this soap has got. I find this soap very similar to Fuschia Orange Peel Soap, it works and smells 99% same. The only con I could find about it is that it melts away quickly, but then that’s totally expected out of a handmade soap 😀 . If you love splurging on bath care products, you should give Iraya a try for their unique blend of natural ingredients. For people looking for budget soaps, give it a skip!