Medimix Ayurvedic is a household name and has been so for years now. I remember how much I used to love the classic good old medimix, with scent and goodness of neem it was the perfect choice for all those childhood and teen years. And then somehow down the line I did forget about this wonderful soap until recently. When I was sent this all new variant to try and test, I recalled how much I loved Medimix when I was young. So I didn’t wait any longer and put this soap to test right away!
On first look, it’s a lovely transparent green soap and smells very pleasant. It kind of reminds the old medimix but then even for looks I think I love this one so much better!
That said, it lathered really well and left my skin feeling super fresh and left behind a faint pleasant scent which lingered on for quite a while.
I have an extremely dry skin and believe me when I say this has surpassed my expectations! I haven’t applied oil prior to shower and/or applied a body lotion later and yet my skin felt super good. No traces of greasiness and yet skin behaved extremely well with no signs of dryness!
On a brighter side, I can’t wait to try this soap again with a prior oil massage and/or applying body lotion later on to see how my dry skin would feel. I really can’t wait to see if my skin stops being dry and looks super hydrated and nourished always!
Here’s what I love –
- Transparent and green in color
- Natural and fresh scent
- Formula has Lakshadi Oil along with Glycerine
- Effectively moisturizes the dry skin
- Makes the skin soft and supple
- Helps reduce itches and cracks caused by dryness
Price – 45 INR
I am so glad that I got to try this soap, I just loved it so much and not to forget the memories it got back! Now whether you have dry skin like me or simply need a soap specific for the colder months, this is just what you need.
Have you tried this soap yet?
On a side note, there seems to be many variants that have been launched recently and I can’t wait to get my hands on Medimix Clear Glycerine Natural Toning Tea Tree Oil and Honey soap.
What about you? Do you recommend any particular variant that you’ve already tried?