Wag ka tamarin Kaycee! Wag ka tamarin! (don’t be lazy). This is what I’ve been telling myself over and over after looking at all the product photos in my phone, and all the words in my head, but not turning them into articles.
Product: Pyary Turmeric Soap
Price: 60 pesos
Where to Buy? Shopee
Admittedly, I haven’t been that occupied. Sure I have a regular day job, but I was busier 10 years before, and I was able to churn a blog post every day! Is it aging?
It’s like, I look at my blog and notice oh all my posts are either personal musings or paid postings (a girl’s gotta pay the bills you know?) but hey! Enough of this ramble. Let’s get rolling with a brand new spanking review, with a product that didn’t even work for me. Pyary Turmeric Soap.
Pyary Ayurvedic Soap is made from pure coconut oil, herbal extracts like turmeric and natural aromatic essential oils. It retains all the glycerine formed during the processes and in its composition it is unique in containing the active ingredients of turmeric which is highly valued in the treatment of skin disorders in Indian indegenous system of medicine.
Turmeric is an effective antiseptic of nature and can be applied to sprains and wounds. It contains essential oil curcurmin oil and is an indespensible ingredient in certain skin preperations. Besides being used for external application turmeric is also administered internally as a stimulant in all sense it is an absolutely harmless ingredient.
The soap has superb lathering property and cleanses the skin very well.
A single trial will convince its cosmetic and antiseptic properties in maintaining good health care of the skin.
Coconut oil – 95%
Castor oil – 3%
Hydno Carpus Oil – 0.5%
Turmeric Extact – 1%
Cinnamomum Zeylanicum – 0.5%
How to Spot a Fake Pyary Soap
Pyary Turmeric Soap Review
It comes in a green box decorated with leaves. The packaging feels premium for the price because the soap inside is wrapped in plastic and there’s a detailed information sheet included. The Turmeric soap comes in a light orange color (as seen in the photo above) while the Papaya soap, one of their other variants come in dark orange.
Lathers well and rinses off easily. I do however noticed that it leaves my skin a bit too squeaky and dry afterwards. Not the most moisturizing soap.
I appreciate the fact that they disclose the percentage of ingredients for each bar of soap. I googled a bit on Turmeric and I discovered that it’s an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. It can also help fade acne scars within 14 days of use, and it was even based on professional studies.
I wanted to like this so SO bad. I’ve read stellar reviews on how this made their skin clear, or fairer (not in colour but in how it’s less dull). Unfortunately, three days within using I started to itchy and red patches on my arms, legs, and even the underboob 🙁 While my facial skin felt “thinner” that applying regular toner feels stingy! Oh no.
As a heads up, I do not have sensitive skin. I consider mine pretty normal. However, maybe the combination, formulation, and ingredients doesn’t work well with mine. So it really depends, aka “hiyangan”. It’s a pretty cheap bar of soap at 60 pesos so no regrets. If this works for you, then you’re in luck!
I do not know which exact ingredient I’m sensitive to, but it’s definitely not the coconut oil.
I suggest doing a patch test first so you don’t end up like me. Have you tried this soap? Did it work for you? Do you think I should give this another shot?
I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will add value to my readers.