Sapooni is a family run soaps and skincare company in Cornwall, they pride themselves on the quality of their luxurious handmade products made from the finest ingredients.
The pot is nice and small to fit in your handbag.
The key ingredients in this formula are, Aloe Vera leaf juice, Glycerine, Lavender essential oil, Chamomile essential oil and Tea-Tree essential oil, by looking at these I can see that the formula is made to the best quality with high quality ingredients.
This really helped to reduce the eczema around my chin and knees after only a few days of use I have already noticed a difference.
This is only £5.95 for 60g and a very small amount goes quite far.
You can find out more here: http://www.sapooni.com/page83.html
It contains orange powder and apricot stones which sounds really cool.
As you can see in the image above it is a very powdery consistency, you have to mix it with yogurt until it forms a paste, this sounded a bit odd to me to put yogurt on my face but I followed the instructions anyway.
So I massaged the paste onto my face and left it for five minutes as instructed, after five minutes when I took the paste off my face felt really soft and fresh.
You can find the scrub/mask here: http://www.sapooni.com/face_care.html
This soap is really good for blackheads, I found that there was a visible difference in my skin after I had used the soap and it also helps to prevent and protect against breakouts.
They have used natural ingredients to help draw excess oil & dirt out of pores.
They have also also added naturally cleansing & antiseptic ingredients like tea tree, arnica & lemon essential oil, and a comfrey infusion- used for centuries to help treat minor skin ailments & irritations.
The key ingredients are, white clay, ground olive stones, tea-tree and lemon essential oils, comfrey infusion, mango butter and arnica.
It is £3.75 for a 90g bar and I would buy this again.
Some of the lip balms are formulated without shimmer so can be suitable for males too but most have shimmer and smell lush.
And finally a fun fact, Sapooni means soap in Greek!