When I first used Sukin Organic Botanical Body Wash, I wasn’t wowed by it. While it had a refreshing smell, but I found it less than intoxicating enough for me. However, this body wash gets better with each bath.
I actually grew to love the enriched aromatic botanicals aroma, a combination of tangerine, mandarin, lavender and vanilla extract therapeutic oils. And if we compare the price of this vs other organic or botanical body wash, this is definitely worth the price tag.
I also love how soft my skin feels after each wash, thanks to the skin softening jojoba, avocado and rose hip oils. And I really appreciate that this body wash uses only 100% natural active ingredients and contains no sodium lauryl sulphate, artificial fragrances, petrochemicals, harsh detergents, animal derivatives, mineral oil and parabens.
Th 250ml dark brown pump bottle cost S$12.95 and is available at Watson’s (only at Parkway Parade, Ngee Ann City, Centrepoint, Great World City, Anchorpoint and Compass Point). The only complain I have is that the pump is quite stiff and I need to exert a bit more pressure to press it down. Otherwise, I’m pretty happy with it and will probably like to purchase a bigger bottle the next time.
Ingredients: Purified Water, organic blend of German chamomile, aloe vera, yucca and lavender. Cocamidopropyl Betaine (vegetable), Decyl Glucoside (vegetable), PEG-150 Pentaerythrityl Tetrastearate (vegetable), rosehip oil, jojoba oil, avocado oil, vitamin E, Glycerin (vegetable), Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate (suttocide) vegetable, Citric Acid, grapefruit seed extract, tangerine essential oil, mandarin essential oil, lavender essential oil, vanilla extract.
Sukin Organics line of skincare products is definitely worth a try if you’re looking for affordable organic personal care products. So far, I’ve been satisfied with the two products I’ve tested and will like to try more under the range. You can check out my review on Sukin Organic Foaming Facial Cleanser too.