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Most helpful positive review
Posted on May 12, 2022

Turn your shower into a spa experience.

I’ve tried coconut, goat’s milk, and patchouli, and this is the most foamy one so far. It lathers so well that you don’t need much to produce an endless amount of foam. It’s the rich kind of foam that feels soft and gentle on the skin, not the harsh kind of foam that strips away all the moisture from your skin. Together with the scent, it almost feels like a spa experience to me. It’s quite difficult to describe the scent, to be honest. I can definitely smell the lavender here. Unlike those chemical, overly sweet lavender scents you normally smell from regular soaps, it actually smells like real lavender, which is pure, clean, and fragrant. However, it’s blended with some other flowers that I can’t really pinpoint. So all I can say is it smells airy and floral altogether. The scent is somewhat familiar to me, kind of reminds me of something I’ve smelled before. Maybe candle? or scented sachet? I am not sure. Among all of the body washes I’ve tried from Nubian Heritage, this is the best one for summer, since it’s the most lightweight of them all. It softens and smoothens your skin without weighing it down, leaving you feeling refreshed in a non-drying way. In terms of the moisture level provided, from the most moisturizing to the least, I would say: goat’s milk > patchouli > coconut > lavender. I usually switch from one to another according to the season. If you’re looking for a refreshing body wash that washes away all tension and stress while providing decent nourishment to your skin, this is the one for you.
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