Nowadays, with an ultra crazy schedule of mine, it’s a sad fact that I just blindly get anything in the bathroom to bathe myself with – I’m still lucky that I’ve stocked up for the last couple of months on bath products, and whatever I’ve left behind before I left to live in Singapore. My favorite body wash, Nu Skin Liquid Body Bar has run out, and I have been rummaging my stuff for more bath products – and look what I’ve stumbled with – Cyleina.
I remember buying Cyleina Black Pearl soaps last year, and actually found them good. They smelled sweet. I forgot about it and went on with other bath products. Fast forward to July, as my friend Sheila incessantly raved about their Strawberry soap, I gave it a try and asked her to get me one.
Strawberry Soap – A mild whitening soap with blended strawberry fruit to counteract sunburned and heavily blemished skin. Poppy seeds serve as a scrub, which exfoliate dry and patched skin. Continuous usage will make skin soft and smooth
Turns out, the Strawberry Soap smells very nice ( like light strawberry shake ), and I just can’t stop using it and definitely preferred it over the Johnson and Johnson’s Milk Body Wash that was available for use as my baby sisters were using it. I love the very clean feel that it gives on my skin, and I managed to finish a bar in two weeks. That’s quite a miracle, because I don’t usually finish soap bars – I have one that’s almost a year old that I’m throwing out. hahaha!
Grapeseed Extract Soap – High in anti-oxidants and vitamin E, a natural skin protector and moisturizer. this soap heals skin dryness while nourishing skin cells
Another one, that I’ve found in my cabinet, as I was trying to rearrange things was the Grapeseed Extract Soap. With my shortage of bodywash, I used it, and I also loved the scent – very light and milky, but it makes me feel squeaky clean. I’m almost done with my bar after 2 weeks again, and I’ve been stalking the Cyleina website for the nth time to decide on what to order next.
As for the moisturizing and healing qualities that Cyleina claims on their products, I have yet to say anything about it because I’m quite okay with any soap that makes my skin feel squeaky clean, and yet does not make it feel tight and dry. Cyleina soaps make my skin comfortable.
To sum up, Cyleina soaps are good quality, organic soaps, that are more expensive than the normal soaps in the mass market, but priced at around 60 bucks ( approximately ),but still nonetheless affordable. These are must-tries for those who love bath products!