Sunday 30 August 2015

Sheer Care Butter Milk Soap Review

Hi Everyone

I have not been writing much this month for many reasons....some personal preferences, term exams of my son and professional commitments as well. So today I am here to write for another luxurious bathing bar. Remember I shared with views on a handmade soap i.e. Little Hearts Soap by Sheer Care few days back. That soap got over recently and I felt so bad about it because I swear it was the best soap I used till date. But at the same time, I was excited to try out another lovely soap from Sheer Care i.e.  Butter Milk Soap. And now get ready to know how it treated my skin...

Product Info:
Butter milk softens, brightens and exfoliates the skin to give it a youthful glow. A mild bathing bar with the goodness of butter milk and high content of olive oil, creates a rich creamy lather to soothe skin conditions. It is suitable for all skin types.

Saponified canola oil, palm oil, coconut oil, castor oil, buttermilk, water, red clay, almond powder, kaolin clay, sandalwood powder, Vinegar.
Price: Rs 340
Weight: 170 gms

Packaging :ButterMilk soap comes wrapped in a transparent sheet. There are labels on either sides of packaging stating the soap name and its detailed ingredients with price etc.
My experience:
The Buttermilk soap is prominently a brown color soap bar. The soap has multicolored stcks on it due to colors that its major ingredient have rendered it. You may clearly make out the presence constituents like kaolin clay, red clay etc. unlike most commercially available soaps; so I am completely trusting what all has gone into the making of the soap.
The soap looks jumbo size when you hold it in your hand so I didn't mind cutting it into two halves and saving one of the piece for later usage. The soap is quite soft in texture as well as gentle on skin. I can't stop admiring the inclusion of so many base oils in the recipe that make the soap so rich to make skin feel super moisturized. The soap feels so mild on skin that I may recommend it to those with sensitive skin too.  
Now talking about its fragrance, the soap has very faint scent which you cannot smell without a close sniff. I wish it were a bit stronger for making the shower more refreshing. This completely natural soap manages to provide soft lather that cleanses the skin really well. 
An interesting incident happened when my son was bathing with this soap for the first time as he always insists to be the first user of any soap before I use them for reviews ;) The soap gives lather of somewhat dark red color  (probably due to red clay) on rubbing on skin. So the brat played the prank with me shouting from inside the bathroom "mumma, my hand is bleeding." And as I rushed in, he grinned n said "this soap foams in red color" that eventually turn into usual white..
Then, on my own usage, I loved its velvety feel on my skin which didn't exaggerated the dryness on my skin. The soap is so easy to rinse as well. After a regular use of few days, the soap softens the rough spots on skin n you would see quite a glow in skin. The buttermilk also treats age spots, soothes damaged skin and sloughs away dead cells. 
Natural ingredients.
No animal testing.
Loaded with many nourishing oils.
No artificial perfumes or colorants.
No preservatives.
Looks pretty.
Reasonable priced for its ingredients.

I wish the soap be a bit harder as it tends to crack due to extreme weather conditions and should smell little stronger. (but that makes no effect on its fab performance.)

To conclude, I must say this soap is crafted with best of natural ingredients and is wonderfully nourishing for all skin types. Even if you are not fond of drinking buttermilk, put it to use externally and your skin will be grateful to you.


  1. Hahaha!! bleeding hands. Might be due to red clay.

  2. Sounds like a nice soap. There are so many handmade soap options available in the market these days.


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