I love using all baby products on myself. I just can't keep away from their fragrance and mildness. This prompted me to try this soap from Himalaya. Thought it would be a good idea to test it and also throw in some recommendation for use on babies. Read on to know how it fared:
No mention of expiry date
What does the soap claims?
- Contains aloe, milk and olive
- Suitable for dry skin
- Ideal for use in winters
- Mildness tested for baby skin
- Moisturises baby's skin
- 100% herbal actives
My Experience with Himalaya Baby Soap: The soap comes neatly packed in a thin cardbox box with a plastic cover inside. It is off white in color and the shape is very handy, I mean it fits easily in the palm and does not slip unlike other square shaped soaps with sharp edges. The fragrance is divine.
The soap does well on it's moisturising claim. It left my skin soft, not dry unlike any other commercial soap does. It is suitable for use in all seasons.
Now, they claim to have 100% herbal actives. Honestly speaking, I really do not understand their claim of having 'actives'! Why not 100% real ingredients. Also the claim that the mildness of the soap has been tested for baby's skin does not hold firm ground. Would like to mention that I used this soap a couple of times on my face. It felt amazing like a dove soap but at the same time, if it makes contact with your eyes, it stings a little. So, I am skeptic about using it on a baby or even a toddler for that matter.
- Leaves skin smooth and moisturised
- Handy because of shape and round edges
- Decently priced
- Does not melt and lasts for long
- Have natural actives and not real natural ingredients
- Stings the eye a little
My Final Take: The soap is honestly very nice. However, would recommend this to be used on babies and toddlers, adults who like using baby products on themselves can go ahead and try i for a pleasant experience.