August 14, 2009

Jo Sandal Soap: Review

I recently tried Jo Sandal soap. The very first use in the shower left my skin feeling soft, smooth, and moisturized with a lingering fragrance of sandalwood. Along with the JO Sandal Soapsandalwood, this soap is also enriched with the wonder ingredient turmeric known for its antiseptic property and other beauty benefits as well as glycerine that keeps the skin moist and supple. For Rs. 5/- for a 50g bar, it's a good buy.


There are several other variants of the Jo range of soaps -- Jo Rose, Jo Lime,  Jo jasmine, Jo lavender, Jo Herbal and Jo Almond & Cream.  All the  variants contain the humectant glycerine, well-known for its exceptional moisturizing capabilities.

These soaps are available in 50g, 75g, 100g and 125g and are available across India at all the retail outlets.
Jo lime : It's a freshness soap that effectively cleanses the skin of all the dirt and grime and glycerine works to maintain moisture balance.
Jo rose and Jo lavender :With the moisturizing properties of glycerine, these soaps  have the pleasant fragrance of rose and lavender.
Jo jasmine It has a sweet floral fragrance of jasmine. (Read Mysore Jasmine Soap review and medicinal and cosmetic uses of jasmine flower)
Jo herbal: It's a special soap with the goodness of natural, wonder herbs like neem, Tulsi and aloe vera that are extremely beneficial to the skin.
Jo Almond & Cream: This is a newly introduced variant that is rich in nutrients and vitamins derived from almonds and also has the goodness of a hydrating cream in it.



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6 comments:

  1. I want it!

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  2. Raveena9:21 AM

    It’s good as it is in my opinion.

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  3. Ganga9:23 AM

    I love this product .

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  4. Yasha9:17 AM

    how cool! I'd love to try this out!

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  5. Ankita8:59 AM

    I’ll be eager to check the full ingredients list and try this out!

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  6. Great post, i'll have to add this to my list of things to buy.

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