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Spotlight | Human Heart Nature Scented Cleansing Bar.

Hooray for lazy, no-school Mondays! Thanks to the Teachers' Seminar happening right now at my son's school, we don't have classes and I have the luxury of waking up late, not having to prepare breakfast in a rush, and the chance to finish some of my long overdue product reviews.

And so today, I'll be featuring these Scented Cleansing Bars from Human Heart Nature. I've had them in my stash for more than a month already, and only had the chance to try them last week. There are just way too many bath and body products here that I have to roadtest, and I don't know which one to use first. Not complaining, though. :)
100% Natural Scented Cleansing Bar.
Here's the product description from the Human Heart Nature website:

When was the last time you burst into song in the shower? Let our cleansing bars’ cheery symphony of scents give you a new reason to belt your heart out! 
If you’re looking for just the right kick of citrus to invigorate your mind and stimulate your senses, then suds up with our Lemon Zest Cleansing Bar
Lemon Zest Cleansing Bar.
Check the label! :)
Craving a fresh, clean scent to get all that good energy flowing? Our Aloe Fresh Cleansing Bar is your perfect match. 
Aloe Fresh Cleansing Bar.
Check the label! :)
Whichever you choose, you can be assured that our cleansing bars are perfectly gentle on your skin. They’re cold-processed to retain their natural glycerin, which helps keep your skin soft and supple. Here’s a bonus: cold-processing consumes less energy and produces less waste – so each cleansing bar is not only skin-friendly, but Earth-friendly as well.
No harmful chemicals.
Tue enough, both soaps were mild and gentle, and did a good job moisturizing my skin. Not surprising, since they're made with all-natural ingredients. As in coconut oil, lye, sugarcane-derived sodium lactate and sodium gluconate (removes dirt and grime), plus plant-derived decyl glucoside (for the foamy lather).

Both variants smell lovely, with a scent that's neither mild nor overpowering. However, I find the scent of the Lemon Zest soap more refreshing than the other. And I believe it's because of the citrus peel extract incorporated in it. You see, while the other soap is called Aloe Fresh, and it does smell like aloe vera, there's no aloe vera as per the list of ingredients.
Earth-friendly packaging. :)
What I love:
- Cute, earth-friendly packaging.
- Made with all-natural ingredients.
- No harmful chemicals.
- Not tested on animals.
- Proudly Philippine-made.
- Moisturizes the skin.
- Mild and gentle; safe for sensitive skin.
- The invigorating scent of the Lemon Zest variant.
- Affordable price.

What you might not like:
- It dissolves faster than commercially-available, hot-processed soaps, but that's normal since this one is cold-processed. I suggest you keep this soap in a separate soap dish/rack that gives proper drainage. That way, the soap bar stays fresh and will last longer. 

Have you tried these soaps before? They sell for Php 69.75 each, and are available online, at local Human Heart Nature branches, or through registered dealers. They're sold at Beauty Bar outlets and Robinson's, Rustan's, and Shopwise supermarkets in the Metro, too!

10 replies:

Unknown said...

Looks like a great bar of soap. Love that it doesn't have chemicals.

Michelle F>

Gellie Abogado said...

I'd definitely try this one out. Thanks for sharing! The last products I've tried from Human Nature are their cosmetics. I don't mind trusting my skin with them.


Hezzi-D said...

Sounds like a great bar of soap! The Lemon Zest scent sounds refreshing!

Maria said...

I would love to use the aloe bar especially during the summer months. I wonder if it would help heal sunburns like traditional aloe does?

ReviewsSheRote said...

Sound nice--great tip about leaving it in a seperat location so it doen't "melt" away too fast =)

Lexie Lane said...

I wonder if we could get this in the U.S. I love anything that's lemony, especially because they make good disinfectants.

Unsugarcoated Reviews said...

These soaps look interesting and I've heard good things about HHN. I like the illustrations on the boxes, very vintage-y.

Animetric said...

Wow! They are a lot more affordable compared to the other organic natural soaps I've come across!

earthlingorgeous said...

Looks promising ! And yeah agree with the diff container so it won''t melt right away

Anne Marie said...

I love the Aloe Fresh variant! I used to avoid body bar soaps in general because they really dry out my skin. But Human Nature was just mild enough that I don't mind using bar soaps again :)

BTW, I have an Overnight Elixir giveaway on my blog! Check it out! :)