[Beauty] Seri Emas Facial Soap

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Hello, my lovely readers! Today I would like to share with you my thoughts on facial soap.
 
Before I start my review, I would like to thank Seri Emas International for providing me the opportunity to review their product.
 
So, let's look at the soap...


Seri Emas Facial Soap is a 100% handmade soap, produced locally and it's halal. It consist 50% honey, with a combination of natural herbs, cinnamon, coconut oil, turmeric and pomegranate extract. Seri Emas claimed the soap was suitable for oily, sensitive, and acne skin; and you will be able to see the results after 7 days of using the facial soap.
 
 
Due to the pomegranate extract in the facial soap, it was red in colour with some "black spot". The size is smaller than the usual soap, and it's handy. It's easy to lather too, and a little of the foam goes a long way.
 
Unfortunately, the facial soap has a typical unpleasant scent of soap. I was expecting some honey or pomegranate scent, but none. Also, after rinsing off the foam, I felt some tightness to my skin. I have sensitive and combination skin, and I felt that the soap is too drying for my skin. After trying out the soap for couple of times, I could still feel the tightness every time I rinsed off the foam. I don't really see much result on my face, apart that I felt it's less dull after using the soap.
 
My Verdict
I felt the soap is more suitable for people with oily skin. So, if you have oily skin and have no issues with the "soapy" scent, you may want to consider this facial soap.
 
You can redeem a free sample of the soap, by completing the form here.
 
 
SE International Sdn Bhd
No. 3-2, Jalan Wangsa Setia 3,
Wangsa Melawati,
53300 Kuala Lumpur
 
For more information:
 
Contact: +603 4144 4969
 
 
 




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24 comments:

  1. This soap would probably suit me now, I feel a bit oily lately. But of course, would still need the aid of a toner and a moisturiser after drying off.

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    1. Yes, I think that soap tends to dry up the skin more than the usual gel or foam cleanser.

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  2. i tried soap type before too but ended up skin too dry.anyway wow first time to know got halal soap! haha feel like i just came out from kampung...

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    1. It was my first too! It was drying for my skin too.

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  3. Hey I was really awed uptil the point you mentioned the ingredients of the soap but my enthusiasm levels fell when I read about the unpleasant smell. The fragrance of a soap is important factor for me.. so this won't do for me.

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    1. I'm not too sure does all the soap-type cleanser has that "smell"....hmmmmm

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  4. The packaging looks classy but the soap is not. I would still want to try to test it for myself. Thanks for the honest review. - Kaycee

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  5. The packaging looks nice I think we don't have that here in Manila.

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    1. I think it's only available in Malaysia, so far,

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  6. It looks good for women but for I like the fruity smell. More homemade soaps are manufactured nowadays.

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  7. That's a very nice review you just made here.

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  8. The soap looks really special but probably not for me either.

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    1. I was quite excited when I saw "pomegranate" in the ingredients, but turned out wasn't for me either.

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  9. I have oily skin. This could work for me.

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  10. People with oily skin will find this very useful. Thanks for the review.

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  11. I don't have oily skin but the soap looks promising.

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    1. Same here. I think it will work better for those with oily skin.

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  12. I have really dry skin so that soap wouldn't work well for me either. I also buy handmade soaps from a bee farm near my place. They smell super nice!

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    1. Handmade soaps from bee farm? That sounds so nice! I wonder if they smell like honey?

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