Kenisha Handmade Soaps in Coffee Chocolate and Almond Rose Review

Hello girls, I can’t explain how much I have got addicted to different bath products like handmade soaps and bath salts lately. A couple of weeks back, I was sent two lovely handmade soaps from Kenisha  to try and I found them really good for my skin. Kenisha is a handmade soap brand from Cochin, Kerela, know more about them here. Besides they look such realistic and yummy, I bet you won’t like using them and prefer keeping them as showpieces! Here is a quick review on Kenisha handmade soap in Coffee Chocolate and Almond Rose.

Coffee Chocolate (80g):


Ingredients: Grounded coffee, Cocoa powder, coconut oil, Olive oil, Rice Bran oil, Cocoa Butter, Vitamin E

  • The soap looks exactly like a chocolate- creme cupcake with chocolate chips sprinkled over it.
  • The soap smells pleasant
  • Keeps skin moisturized
  • Not harsh on skin
  • One bar goes a long way
  • Natural and safe on all skin types
  • Exfoliates skin mildly and fades away light tan.

Almond Rose (80g):


Ingredients: Coconut oil, castor oil, almond oil, Rose water, Rose essential oil

  • Cupcake shaped and pale yellow in color
  • The soap bar has a lovely rose-like shape on top
  • Smells wonderful (better than Coffee Chocolate)
  • Moisturized skin and keep it soft and supple
  • One bar can go for almost two weeks
  • Made up of all natural ingredients

Let me know, which one would you like to try out in the comments below…


One thought on “Kenisha Handmade Soaps in Coffee Chocolate and Almond Rose Review

  1. Pingback: Kenisha Green Forest Soap and Medicated Turmeric Soap Review | Bong Beauty Palette

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