I have been a fan of Organii since I tried their products in The Natural Beauty Box, as they are brand that breaks the mould, formulating products that are incredibly affordable yet highly effective.
Their extensive range of products are more than just natural in their ingredients, with certifications from The Soil Association, Peta and The Vegan Society to name just a few, that truly celebrates great quality, organic products that you can trust. I love everything from their simple yet fun packaging to their ethical approach to formulating products that make natural, organic and cruelty-free beauty available to all. Their passion and dedication to affordable beauty sets them apart from many on the market, but don’t let the small price tag fool you, as their range is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression…
They have recently re-formulated their popular Cream Soaps, updating the scents available just in time for plastic-free July. The soap bars are carbon-neutral produced, thanks to Greenpeace energy, and due to the affordable price tag are a simple and cost-effective earth conscious alternative to shower gels.
Organii Cream Soaps are formulated with shea butter and natural essential oils which are added after saponification (technical term for soap making), to get the maximum benefit from each ingredient. With 5 new scents to choose from, and a neutral version for allergy-prone skin, there really is something for every skin type.
I have been trying the Verbena & Lemon and Lavender & Chamomile Cream Soap for a few weeks now and they have each exceeded my initial expectations. Both bars are a great size and shape, with a generous 100g weight that adds to their incredible value for money. Each bar forms a beautifully, rich and creamy lather that leaves skin feeling clean, fresh yet incredibly nourished. Despite the creamy lather and moisturising properties, each cream soap is also lasting incredibly well in both the shower and on the sink for constant hand washing – something which I wasn’t expecting from such a reasonably priced product.
The Verbena & Lemon scent smells like lemon sherbet, with a citrus-fresh aroma that has a slight sweetness to it that is certainly uplifting and leaves skin smelling incredible after use. It is the perfect option for this time of year as it really smells like summer and has brightened up those grey days we’ve been experiencing recently.
The Lavender & Chamomile Cream Soap has been living on my sink for hand washing, as the scent is relaxing and instantly calms any irritation on hands while we continue to maintain our Covid-19 hand wash routine. What is nice about this particular soap is that despite having eczema patches on my hands, they haven’t been left feeling dry or tight after use. My skin certainly feels soft and less irritated throughout the day, and the subtle aroma lingers on hands for a while after use so you can continue to enjoy the calming scent.
The quality and performance of Organii’s Cream Soap is incredible for the price, gently cleansing the skin with gorgeous ingredients that don’t leave you skin feeling dry or tight. What has impressed me the most is the longevity of the soap bar itself, lasting several weeks despite being in constant use. I would definitely purchase again when my soap supply dwindles as they are impressive for their small price yet make a big impact in your hand and body cleansing routine.
Have you tried Organii’s Cream Soap yet? Check out their website to find out more (where you can also get a further 20% off Cream Soap during Plastic Free July!) or if you’d like to catch-up on my previous reviews of the brand, you can find them all here.
Emma @ Beauty Folio x
*Disclaimer: This product was sent to me free of charge by Organii. This has not influenced my thoughts and opinions in this review as everything on Beauty Folio remains #triedandtested with honest feedback on each product. I will never give a positive review on a product I don’t believe in just because it has been #gifted, and each product i’ve received free of charge will be labelled as such.