Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap Review

Hola amigos πŸ™‚ I am back with Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap Review. While Cleansing, Toning and moisturising aka the CTM routine is widely known but don’t you think that we often, impetuously miss out an extremely important step in this entire routine which makes it incomplete? Put on your thinking cap for a minute πŸ™‚ Let me give you a cue. It begins with the alphabet E and ends with N. Still unable to surmise? Okay, perhaps its time to let the cat out of the bag. The answer is the title of today’s post. There go you. It is none other than EXFOLIATION. A great many of us would insouciantly turn a blind eye to this step but hey, it is very important. Layers of dead skin cells accumulate on our skin which definitely have to reason to call our skin, its home. So, why be a courteous host? Lets throw this unwanted and uninvited guest out of our skin!

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap Review

Without further ado, today I will review a soap from the enterprise whose agenda is not only to sell products but to narrate a story of women empowerment. Bon Organics is the firm I am talking about πŸ™‚ To read more about their vision, check out their official website and Instagram page. And the product to be reviewed today is Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap. Lets see how it fared and prepare its score card. Check out my Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap Review below.

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap pack 1

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap pack 2

Price of Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap : Rs.162/- for 100 gm

Directions for use :Apply soap on wet body and face, rub to produce lather, then wash off

Ingredients : Saponified Organic corn oil [zea mays], Organic Coconut oil (Cocosn Nucifera), Castor Oil (Ricinus Communis), Organic Neem oil (Melia Azadirachta),Olive oil (Olive (Olea Europaea), Demineralised water, Shea butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Calendula oil [Calendula officinalis], Essential oil of chamomile [anthem isnobilis], malva [Malva Sylvestris], organic lemon (Citrus Medica Limonum), Organic Aloevera (Aloe Barbadensis), lemon peel [Citrus Medica Limonum], Orange Peel [Citrus sinensis], & Natural preservative salinatural TCLS based on Turmeric Oil, Clove Bud Oil, Lemon Grass Oil and Sesame Oil.
Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap ingredients

Shelf life : 3 Years

Color : off white

Smell : Nothing. But when unwrapped and rubbed gently on skin while having a bath, it produces a very mild and pleasant fragrance.

What Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap claims

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap is made of fine coarse materials that are added to provide the texture that will facilitate the removal of dirt and dead skin cells.The present Corn oil, Poppy seeds, Herbs, and Aloe Vera are the main exfoliates while the Lemongrass oil works on double duty as the demulcent to ensure the soap sooths and heals the skin. This soap contains extra ground herbs for a scrubby effect and is not scented or colored.

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap look

My experience with Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap

The packaging of Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap deserves applause. While most soaps are conveniently and impetuously packed in plastic packs, here we have Bon Organics which has adopted a plastic-free packaging for all their products πŸ™‚ And the soap here is no exception. Wrapped in a paper pack and further saddled in a pack made up of leaves, with a thread fastening the entire soap, the packaging is one of its kind. In a nutshell, it is irreproachable πŸ™‚

The soap produces a creamy lather when rubbed gently on ones body. There are fine granules embedded within the soap which assists exfoliation. Exfoliation is the process of removal of the outermost layer of dead skin cells by sloughing it away. I was a little apprehensive before using it since my skin is dry and most soaps have sucked its moisture, leaving it stretchy and unnaturally white.

However, since Bon Organics products are natural and handmade, so I went ahead to try it. After the first use, gladly Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap didn’t leave my skin dry. The aroma permeates into air while using it and gives a feel-good effect. While the granules are too less, scattered and gentle to facilitate exfoliation significantly, the after-effects are praiseworthy. Your skin looks squeaky clean-cleansed off every speck of dirt, grime and dust while you feel refreshed from within πŸ™‚ Since it is organic, it is apt for usage by all skin types. Its TFM (Total Fatty Material) is 79% which ensconces it in the first grade of soaps (the highest grade, the requirement of which is a TFM greater than or equal to 75%). In simple terms, higher the TFM, better is the cleansing ability of the soap. So, that sheds light on its wondrous cleansing ability πŸ™‚

On the whole, Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap may not assist sufficiently in exfoliation because the granules are too less and gentle to impinge but it does a commendable job in cleansing. Since it has an organic formulation and is handmade, you can use it with abandon.

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Good about Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap

  • Handmade
  • Organic
  • TFM= 79% Hence, belongs to the highest that is, the First grade of soaps.
  • Commendable at cleansing skin
  • Does not dry out skin hence, can be used by dry skin
  • Apt for use by all skin types
  • Plastic-free packaging. True exemplar of Going green which is laudable
  • Gentle aroma
  • Contains a number of skin-enriching ingredients

Bad about Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap

  • Underwhelms slightly on the main claim which is, exfoliation. It isnt a debacle at all, by any stretch of imagination but not praiseworthy as far as exfoliation is concerned. The granules are too less and gentle to do anything substantial.
  • Available only online at present
  • COD (Cash on delivery) mechanism unavailable at present.

Availability : Online. Visit Bon Organics official website.

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 3.5/5

About Nidhal Sinha

She is a true-blue Delhi-ite by nature. In spite of having lived in this city which is called "The melting pot" of different cultures, religions, cuisines, and colors, She believe there's always something to be discovered in this city which happens to be a heady cocktail of new and vintage. While she is no fanatic when it comes to skin and hair care, holistic living is more her mantra. Minimalism, she believe has an inexplicable charm and magnetism. By the virtue of having an 'over-the-top' imagination, She love contemplating possibly the most impossible scenarios in her mind. Perhaps, when they say "An idle brain is devil's workshop", they were pinpointing me! When it comes to preening one's appearance, She rely and advocate herbal remedies over quick-fix solutions because that's what She think keeps one BEAUTIFUL HAMESHA :)


  1. Exfoliating soap is something new fr me but I think it’s too gentle on the skin. ..nice pick πŸ™‚

    • It is good, Juthika but I think it is way too gentle for us. Sensitive skin types may benefit from it owing to its gentility πŸ™‚ Thanks for reading. It, however, works well in imparting a natural squeaky clean look that too, at times after the very first use πŸ™‚

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