Review: Himalaya Refreshing Lavender and Rosemary Cleansing Bar

Himalaya Herbal Healthcare makes a special kind of cleansing bar. While it's tempting to mistake it for bar soap, it's actually soap-free. I recently tested one of the two bars, the Refreshing Lavender and Rosemary Cleansing Bar.

Pros:
  • Produces a nice lather
  • Pleasant spice smell reminiscent of ginger cookies
  • Very gentle
  • Made with several organic ingredients
  • Gluten-free and vegan
Cons:
  • Bar is used up relatively quickly
Summary:
If you're looking for a gentle, soap-free bar, Refreshing Lavender and Rosemary Cleansing Bar is a nice option. It is a nice alternative to the usual fruit and floral scents, smelling a bit spicy. It cleanses well and would work for both men and women. I appreciate how it rates a very low 1 on EWG's Skin Deep database, so it is true to the claims of gentleness. It's also nice to see that it is clearly identified as gluten-free, which is great for those who have allergies. If you're not a fan of lavender, they also offer an alternative: the Purifying Neem and Tumeric Cleansing Bar. It offers similar performance, with a slightly different scent. The only disadvantage I found is that it was used up fairly quickly, but $5 a bar could be worth it if you want something gentle and soap-free.

Also available on Amazon.com.

Product Ratings (out of 5)

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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