Vaadi Herbals Divine Honey and Sandal Shower Gel - Review

Monday, August 20, 2018

Vaadi Herbals Divine Honey and Sandal Shower Gel - Review

Hi friends! I've been trying to move to more natural chemical free products lately and during my search for something gentle to use in the shower, I came across Vaadi Herbals Shower Gels.

The ingredients mentioned by the brand are all natural. I even tried to confirm from their customer support and in the online chat they confirmed that their products are 100% natural and paraben free. So I went ahead and ordered myself one of their shower gels to try out.

I picked out the Divine Honey and Sandal Shower Gel which claims to lighten the skin. 

Vaadi Herbals Divine Honey and Sandal Shower Gel - Review


Sandal is known for it's skin loghtening and brightening proeprties while Honey is a skin elixir of sorts as it helps moisturise the skin.
The brand claims that honey eradicates the skin of dirt while Sandal helps clear up acne. I've been suffering from bacne again and this was the reason why I chose this particular variant from the shower gels from Vaadi Herbals.


The shower gel comes in a fuss free transparent bottle, it has the ingredients mentioned on the bottle. The bottle has a disc top cap which makes it convenient to use in the shower.

Price: Rs 205 (300 mL) [ purchased online from https://amzn.to/2N0HTHG ]

Vaadi Herbals Divine Honey and Sandal Shower Gel Ingredients


My Experience With Vaadi Herbals Divine Honey & Sandal Shower Gel

My first reaction to this shower gel was actually doubt. The fragrance is very strong and I know Sandal based products usually do have a strong fragrance but this one had a kind of chemical Sandal fragrance.


Thankfully the fragrance does go away after about an hour (still too long to linger on!)
Apart from that I found no big issues with this product. It lathers well and leaves a clean feeling on the skin. The skin does not dry out or feel parched after a shower. 

My back acne hasn't vanished but I did have very few breakouts while using this. I did not see any real brightening effects as old scars have not diminished despite using the whole bottle.


Over all I'd say this is an average product. There are other variants in the product rang ethat can be tried out. I won't be purchasing this again simply because the strong fragrance actually makes me doubt the whole 'natural' claim.

Have you tried any of the Vaadi Herbals body wash products?

24 comments:

  1. The look of the container is attractive but the fragrance would be way too intense for me.

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    1. Yeah I know the scent is going to problematic for a lot of people

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  2. I actually like sandalwood scent, but a chemical sandalwood scent doesn’t sound too appealing. Too bad.

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  3. I'm with Allison. Chemical + sandalwood doesn't sound very good to me

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    1. Yeah, not sure what in that product is causing this

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  4. Oh no, bummer about the scent. I love trying new bath and body products. Especially when it involves honey. :)

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    1. I normally prefer the peaches and cream variety 😀

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  5. I actually like true sandalwood, but synthetic scents give me the worst headaches.

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  6. Is sandal like sandalwood? sandalwood kicks up my asthma something awful.

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    1. Yes, Sandal is for sandalwood, definitely not for you to try then

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  7. The fragrance sounds very strong that it just might be too much for me to tolerate and be kind of off putting.

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    1. Yeah I like fragrant products but nothing overpowering

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  8. The fragrance sounds way too strong for me.

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  9. Molton Brown has a gorgeous white sandal shower gel that I adore, but I would be turned off by a chemical scent. Ugh!

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    1. Hmm.. haven't heard of those before, time to google 😀

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  10. That's too bad about the smell! I haven't tried any new shower gels in forever.

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  11. I'm not a fan of Sandal scents so I might have to avoid this one! Especially with the chemical scented version.

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  12. I love products with sandalwood, they smell like a luxurious SPA. I bought a sandalwood-based perfume from Tom Ford for that reason.

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  13. I'm not a fan of strong scents so this one wouldn't be for me.

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  14. It's a bummer about the scent, it sounds like something that'd trigger a migraine for me. Bless you for testing it for us, lol.

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