I am for simple, handcrafted and natural products. That is why I was happy to try a soap from a Singapore-based beauty and skincare company specialising in botanical soaps, Rough Beauty. I love that the use quality natural ingredient made of only plant essential oils, herbs and spices. This means there is absolutely no artificial ingredients in their products. I was pleased to learn that this company was founded by a 20-something nurse with ideals of simplicity and sustainability. I definitely would like to support those ideals from young and innovative goal-setters like the founder of Rough Beauty.
I always gravitate toward citrusy lemongrass scent, I was happy to try the Page Boy soap made of activated charcoal and French green clay. I am in love with the packaging of this soap.
This soap retails at $8.50 is one of their bestseller and is great for deep cleansing of skin. It can be used on the face and body. The soap is inspired by the rugged terrain of the Himalayan mountain where the founder had the epiphany to start the company. It is also where the name of company, Rough Beauty, came from. This is perfect for oily to combination skin. It was mild on the skin. I even used it for bathing my kids. They had no irritations or reactions to the soap. In fact, I noticed the eczematous patch on my toddler’s back was gone after a few washes with this soap. I like the scent. However, my nanny didn’t approve of the smell in my kids because it lacks the baby-scent in the kid’s usual cleanser and it smell more of an adult scent, hehe… I like that the block of soap didn’t turn mushy inspite being soaked by the shower water daily. I have using it how a month now and still 3/4 of the original block of soap is left.
Rough Beauty also have the Eve’s Log Soap, Geranium Scruffy Cleansing Grains, No. 05 Soap, No. 06 Soap and Single Notes Customised Soaps.
Check out their website for more information about Rough Beauty.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Rough Beauty. We received the Page Boy soap for free All opinions are my own. Regardless, I only recommend products which I personally believe will be good for my readers.