I have tried a lot of soaps and facial wash, but this one stands out. Although I would recommend you to stick to Cetaphil if your skin is delicate and easily gets irritated. I would actually be fine using just Cetaphil, but I have other issues I need to deal with, like those nasty fine lines for instance. The very first time I noticed my fine lines was months after I gave birth in 2005. Prior to that I never thought I would ever know what fine lines were.

This lovely organic soap is made from the roots of Vetiver. I googled it and I found these health and beauty benefits. Now I should not be surprised why I am very satisfied with this newfound soap.

Aromatherapy (Umesh Lavania): Vetiver oil owes several beauty benefits and emotional effects. It balances the activity of the sebaceous oil glands, has deodorizing properties, and helps normalize oily skin and clear acne. It replenishes moisture in dry and dehydrated skin and has a rejuvenation effect on mature skin, as well as cuts / wounds / irritated and inflamed skin. When used regularly during pregnancy, vetiver oil reportedly prevents stretch marks. The oil strengthens the central nervous system, and is helpful in overcoming depression, insomnia, anxiety, stress, tension and nervousness (Wilson, 1995). When locally applied in rheumatism, lumbago, headache, sprain, it is a relieving embrocation. Infusion of roots is a refreshing drink in fever, inflammation and irritability of the stomach. Some people use vetiver oil as aphrodisiac (Wilson, 1995).

This soap brings back the skin’s elasticity, normalizes oily skin, prevents stretch marks during pregnancy and prevents wrinkles, dryness, skin blemishes and warts. To maximize the benefits, leave on face for one hour before rinsing.