Nashua Scores it: 5 out of 5 Tree Huggin’ Hippies
Phil Scores it: 5 out of 5 Tree Huggin’ Hippies
Variety: Coriander Mint
Price: AUD $6.95
From: Biome Eco Stores
Size: 110 grams minimum (3.9 oz minimum)
Ingredients: Saponified Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Sunflower Oil, Macadamia Oil, Castor Oil, Pure Essential Oils of Coriander, Bergamot, Lemongrass, Basil, Dillseed and Spearmint, Ground Passionflower Leaves, Clay.
Certified Organic: No
Cruelty Free: Yes
Well, my oh my, Pip and her team at Dindi Naturals has pulled off something exceptional with this soap. We don’t know what kind of magic is being used over at Dindi but we hope they do not change it any time soon! We are sorry, but how good this soap smells is indescribable. Sure, you can read the ingredients list and you could get an idea of how it might smell. The Australian spearmint, you know what coriander and lemongrass smell like, but until you experience the scent coming off this soap first hand, believe us, you just can not understand how good it is. I mean, seriously, look at some more of the ingredients – bergamot, basil, and even ground passionflower leaves! How good is that?
The Coriander Mint bar came in recycled packaging. Compared to the majority of soaps that weigh in at 100 grams this one is a generous 110 gram minimum soap that feels quiet chunky in the hand, and to be honest, we think it may have been bigger. Remember the 110 grams is a minimum.
This soap, and all of Dindi’s soap bars, are made using the cold process method. We have said it before and we will say it again and again until we are blue in the face. The cold process method produces the greatest soap you will ever use! Period. And all of Dindi’s soaps are palm oil free.
This soap lathers beautifully using a shower puff. It feels fantastic on the skin and fills the shower with the smell of Nirvana! After the shower it leaves your skin squeaky clean but NOT as dry as baked potato abandoned in the Mexican desert.
We can’t give this soap enough kudos. It really is a must try.
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Phil and Nashua,
Founders of The Organic Warriors.