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Product Review: Moksa Organics Forage Farm Body Wash and Kilimanjaro Hand Soap

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about

Mōksa Organics began with traditional bar soaps and now liquid soaps and body washes, which I will be reviewing here. Moksa Organics is a carbon neutral company, run by a lovely couple Haskell and Melanie Martin. Their ingredients are USDA certified organic, unrefined, affordable and fair-trade whenever possible without any sources of chemical or palm oil. They use 100% recyclable packaging made from hemp or post-consumer wastes and is tree-free. Every purchase of their Kilimanjaro Body Butter & Kilimanjaro Body & Face Bar Soap will contribute to the IFAW funding.

available in

As of 2013, Mōksa Organics offers body & face bar soaps, liquid hand soaps, body wash, body butters, body oils, bath salts, IFAW products and holiday products.

where to buy

To purchase this product, click here, via moksaorganics.com. They are also found in several stores, Cosme Kitchen in TOKYO, Japan. Please view here for TOKYO locations.

my verdict

I reviewed two products: Forage Farm Body Wash and Kilimanjaro Hand Soap. This is not my first time to review. To see my other review, click here. All of Mōksa Organics products do not contain palm oil.

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Forage Farm Body Wash

This is one of Mōksa Organics’ newest products in 2013: handcrafted and ultra-concentrated herb-infused mint basil and scented lemon balm body wash. It is made with certified organic and all-natural ingredients and only uses pure essential oils and is free of synthetic fragrances. It is vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free. The beautiful and simple packaging is 100% recyclable and biodegradable printed with soy ink. $0.50 of the purchase will be donated to Forage Farm, a program supporting sustainable agriculture. The scent is very refreshing due to the lemon and mint basil especially during a steam bath, where you feel that your pores are open. A decent amount of lather and moisturizing body wash. I have dry skin in the winter and this did not disappoint.

Ingredients (Gluten-Free and Vegan)
Cocos nucifera (saponified organic coconut) oil, aqua (purified water), olea europaea (saponified organic extra virgin olive) oil, cannibis sativa (organic hemp) oil, cucurbita pepo (organic pumpkin seed) oil, organic sunflower oil, spearmint essential oil, lemon essential oil, peppermint essential oil, lime essential oil, lavender essential oil, hydroxypropyl guar (guar gum), tocopherol (vitamin e), citric acid, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf

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Kilimanjaro Hand Soap

This is an 8-oz mandarin orange tea-scented liquid hand soap. Their “Kilimanjaro” line will contribute to the IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) Animal Action Education Program funding. The hand soap is handcrafted with certified organic and all-natural ingredients and only uses pure essential oils and is free of synthetic fragrances. It is vegan, cruelty-free, and gluten-free. The packaging is 100% recycable and biodegradable printed with soy ink. I expected more of a strong mandarin scent, something citrus and tart, but the scent is very mellow and light, not overwhelming or tart in a way. It is difficult to identify the tea scent. The soap smells clean and leaves my hands soft and does not dry out my skin. Not only do these liquid hand soaps smell like mandarin oranges, they are perfect for you, your home and the planet.

Ingredients (Gluten-Free and Vegan)
Cocos nucifera (saponified organic coconut) oil, aqua (purified water), olea europaea (saponified organic extra virgin olive) oil, cannibis sativa (organic hemp) oil, cucurbita pepo (organic pumpkin seed) oil, organic sunflower oil, sweet orange essential oil, tangerine essential oil, cinnamon bark essential oil, clove bud essential oil, hydroxypropyl guar (guar gum), tocopherol (vitamin e), citric acid, rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf

 

DISCLAIMER
This item(s) was kindly sent to me to review by Mōksa Organics. All products that are mentioned and reviewed here on my vegan blog are of my own personal opinions and I am not being compensated to review them, only just to share my thoughts. If I receive a product complimentary of the company, it will be stated so in the post, otherwise, all products are purchased myself for my own personal use.

 

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