Green Tea Goddess

Keomi Skincare Organic Handmade Soap Review

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Keomi Skincare

Organic All Natural Handmade Soap

I was given the opportunity to try a sample of Keomi Skincare’s Green Tea Goddess Handmade soap for a review. Keomi Skincare soaps are all natural and have no chemical preservatives, they are vegan and cruelty free. Keomi Skincare uses only the highest quality ingredients available and their products are backed with a 100% guarantee.

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These are the ingredients of the Green Tea Goddess soap that were printed on the wrapper of the bar I received.

Organic Handmade Luxury Soap for Men and Women

I was sent the Green Tea Goddess handmade soap to review.  It has a wonderful fresh green scent that can be enjoyed by either men or women. It did not have a sweet or floral scent that men would not want to use. The Green Tea Goddess soap is scented with oils of clary sage, orange and clove, so it has a fresh green fragrance. Keomi Skincare Organic Natural Handmade soaps are cold-pressed and use pure aromatherapy grade essential oils with a base that is a blend of over 10 USDA certified organic vegetable, fruit and seed oils.

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This is a sample size bar that I received for review. This is not what the full-sized bar looks like.

I first tried the soap by washing my hands in the sink. I wanted to see how the soap lathered and how it felt on the skin. There was a natural, rich, luxurious lather because the soaps are super-fatted leaving my hands feeling supple and moisturized.

Later that day I took a shower and used my Keomi Skincare soap as bath soap and washed my entire body. Again I got a luxurious lather from the soap.  I felt so clean and fresh afterward. My skin did not feel dry and tight, nor was the soap irritating to my sensitive skin. Instead I was left feeling moisturized and with a subtle fragrance on my skin. I do not like strong fragrances as they give me a headache, so I was pleased with the light scent that was left on my skin.

I really enjoyed my Keomi Skincare soap and would love to try the other soaps that they offer.


Click here for my Amazon.com review of Keomi Skincare.


 

 

Keomi Skincare was nice enough to offer me and my readers a coupon for 5% off any of their soaps or sets. The coupon is good until October 31, 2014

 

Use Coupon Code 25P7X5OW 

full size Green Tea Goddess
Here is a full sized bar of the Green Tea Goddess soap.

ORGANIC – ALL NATURAL – HANDMADE SOAP GIFT SET – Pure Aromatherapy Grade – 3 Full Size Bars

 

ORGANIC – ALL NATURAL – HANDMADE SOAP GIFT SET – Pure Aromatherapy Grade – 4 Full Size Bars – Wrapped

in Handmade Decorative Paper – Comes in Elegant Embossed Gift Box

 

Organic All Natural Luxury Handmade Soap – 1 Full Size Bar Wrapped in Homemade Decorative Paper 

 

 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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23 thoughts on “Keomi Skincare Organic Handmade Soap Review”

  1. I Love Handmade soaps. My Husband made them for awhile I loved them. I wish he still made them! The Green Tea Goddess Soap Sounds amazing. Especially being organic. However I don’t like the little seeds in it.. I have used soap with seeds in it before and I can’t stand the little seeds all over me.. Have a Nice Day!

    1. Hi Cathy thanks for your comment! How nice your husband knows how to make homemade soaps. I would definitely try to get him to make some more, it is nice to be able to control what ingredients you put in your soaps. You know I never noticed what you called “little seeds” when I used the soap. I went back and used the soap and thoroughly lathered up my hands to see if anything was left on my skin. I am not sure what those little flecks are in the soap, but they seemed to disappear into the lather and nothing was left on my skin. I do feel the little flecks exfoliating my skin, but that was it. I hope that helped 😀 I am working on a new giveaway that should start either monday or tuesday for 3 really great sugar scrubs that you may be interested in. The giveaway will last for 3 weeks so you have plenty of time to enter.

  2. Oh, boy, I love this kind of thing! Soaps, creams, cleansers, etc., especially organic/natural products, really appeal to me. This one sounds really nice.

    1. Thanks for you comment Tamra! I am just like you, I love organic/natural bath products. It is so nice to pamper yourself without putting bad chemicals on your skin. 😀

  3. I adore pampering myself with good handmade products. A few times a year I break out my molds and make small batches of soap. I have gotten a bit lazy over the past few months and have not done it. So I have been purchasing from a little shop that I just love right here in town. I think this line sounds wonderful!

  4. Still love the handmade soaps without any seeds in it. I loved the soap my Husband used to make. Wish he still made them..

  5. I’m definitely going to try these soaps, they sound delightful and I like what isn’t in them. I usually avoid bar soaps because they dry out my skin and have an overpowering smell. I can’t wait to see/feel for myself! Thanks for the code too!

  6. The green tea one sounds nice and I think I would like their Sea Breeze one too. But these really remind me of my sister.. she loves and appreciates homemade soaps even more than the average person and I know her favorite would be their Luscious Lavendar! Thanks for the review! I checked them out on Amazon, because of your review too.

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    1. Thank you Yvonne what a sweet comment. I am so glad you liked my review. I think one of these soaps would make a great gift for your sister 😀 I am really falling in love with homemade soaps too!

  7. The Green Tea Goddess soap from Keomi Skincare sounds amazing. I drink green tea every day but I have never used a green tea bath soap. I would like to try the GOLDEN CROWN and the SEA BREEZE. Thank you for sharing this review.

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