DXN Ganozhi Soap Review

Cannot give up that high-end soap that is stashed fondly in your bathroom’s shelf? Its riveting aroma that permeates into air when it mixes with water, the eye-pleasing shape and dimension it possesses, the “key ingredients” on the soap’s box which rave it, there seems no reason to ditch it, right? But ever wondered why it hardly elicits any noteworthy result? Why it keeps on compelling you to “buy more” of it to let it get used to your skin and thereby expedite the results? But all the patience and money mostly goes down the drain. Today I will share a soap review with you all -DXN Ganozhi Soap Review.

DXN Ganozhi Soap Review

There’s no denying that pampering one’s body is as pivotal as cosseting one’s facial skin. Not every soap is chemical-laden. Painting every soap with the same brush would be unjustified and unfair. Handmade and organic soaps can be substituted to nurture one’s skin. Today, I will review DXN Ganozhi Soap that I purchased when I was in the captivating land of South India πŸ™‚ Scroll down and read DXN Ganozhi Soap Review to see how it fared for me.

Price of DXN Ganozhi Soap : Rs.101/- for 75 g

Directions for use : Rub gently on wet body. Wash off with sufficient water.

Ingredients : sodium palmate, ganoderma extract, glycerin, fragrance

DXN Ganozhi Soap look

Shelf life : 3 years

Color : brown

Smell : A mild chocolate whiff.

What DXN Ganozhi Soap claims

DXN Ganozhi Soap claims

DXN Ganozhi Soap look

My experience with DXN Ganozhi Soap

Packed in a plastic wrapper within a paper box, DXN Ganozhi Soap assures one of zero spoilage/ tampering while delivery. Once opened, the soap has to be transferred to a soap holder since the paper box, of course cannot ensure quality once used. In terms of packaging, it is a bit disappointing.

The soap has a ‘slightly’ waxy texture but a creamy feel. Yes, I know that sounds peculiar but that’s how it is. I have dry skin hence, I knew that it would be a litmus test for this soap since all ?soaps so far have ripped my skin off moisture. However, I was in for a surprise when I used DXN Ganozhi soap πŸ™‚ The soap didn’t sap moisture off my skin. In fact, it softened my skin and imparted a very subtle glow. The softness and glow weren’t noticeable in the first wash. After using it devotedly for two months, I could note the positive effects. Even my parents tried it and they shared the same sentiment πŸ™‚ This soap is effective and doesn’t leave an eyesore white cast/after-effect post wash. I think the soap will be suitable for use by all skin types but it would be of limited use for oily skin since it is quite mild ergo, won’t remove excess oil efficaciously. Its TFM (known as Total Fatty Material) is 76% which puts it in the highest category of soap that is, in Grade 1 of soaps. The bottomline is- The higher the TFM, the better the cleansing impact πŸ™‚

The ingredients’ list mentions only one chemical that is, sodium palmate. Hence, I am assured that it isn’t pumped with chemicals like- SLS, SLES, Parabens and phthalates which wreak havoc on one’s skin with regular use.

DXN Ganozhi Soap works wonders in softening skin, imparting a sutble glow and maintaning its moisture content. It is apt for use by all skin types and is very low on chemicals. Ganoderma is a genus of mushrooms and is immensely advantageous for skin.

Also read

Bon Organics Exfoliate Oils Soap Review

Khadi Mix Fruit Soap Review

Soulflower Charcoal You Smell Good Soap Review

Good about DXN Ganozhi Soap

  • Does not rip dry skin off its moisture content.
  • Softens skin overtime
  • Imparts a sutble glow with regular usage
  • Suitable for use by all skin types
  • Budget-friendly
  • Not imbued with toxic chemicals like- SLS, SLES, Parabens, phthalates, alcohol, etc.
  • TFM= 76% hence, belongs to Grade 1 of soaps
  • Great at cleasning

Bad about DXN Ganozhi Soap

  • Very limited availability
  • Oily skin can use it but it won’t be effective in ridding them off excess oil

Availability : South India and a few stores which sell DXN’s products

Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4/5

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. Have never spotted these anywhere…but looks really impressive πŸ™‚

    • I am glad to bring such niche brands to notice, Juthika. We conveniently turn a blind eye to so many wondrous brands out there without realizing their efficacy πŸ™‚ Thanks for your kind words.

  2. Availability is a good siiue…still fab soap

  3. Availability is a big issue….still fab soap

    • I agree, Pallavi. It’s nt widely available all over India yet. Even in southern India, I couldn’t see it easily. It was found in certain pockets of Chennai.

  4. The soap sounds totally amazing.

  5. Thank you for such a detailed review ,i found it very helpful , def subscribing ????????????

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


Check Also

Best Face Serum

5 Best Face Serum for Healthy Skin available in India

5 Best Face Serum for Healthy Skin available in India –Β Face serum should be a ...