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GODAI Organic Soap & Shampoo

  • February 25, 2019
  • By Sabine
  • 2 Comments
GODAI Organic Soap & Shampoo

Next time you are in the shower and have forgotten your face wash, don’t worry, you can use GODAI organic soap bar happily and with a clean conscience. You can even wash your hair with this bar of soap.

Godai Organic soap

As you may know, I’m always on the hunt for natural products. I believe less is more when it comes to skin and beauty products. For example, oil cleansing is one of my favorite ways to wash my face.

Recently, GODAI organic soaps reached out to me and asked if I wanted to try their soaps. I checked their website and learned that they use natural, certified organic ingredients, are vegan, GMO and cruelty free.

Godai organic soap

GODAI sent their 5 bar complete gift set (free shipping). GODAI is the Japanese term for Five (go) and Great (dai) and refers to the five elements of earth, water, fire, wind, and sky. How gorgeous is the packaging? I think I’ll save the little boxes for something.

Godai Organic soap

I’m currently using the Fire soap, which is made with rejuvenating organic rosemary and lemon essential oils and avocado oil. It’s packed with vitamins A, B1, B2, D, and E, avocado oil hydrates damaged skin and hair.
There’s no tight-dry feeling when you wash up with this soap.

godai organic soap

My 15-year-old son is using Earth. This soap is unscented and consists of French clay, organic sugar, and organic shea butter. I feel good giving him something natural for his young skin.

GODAI soaps can also be used on pets. And don’t forget, you can use it to wash your hair.  

I really like this soap as it is free of harsh synthetic ingredients and fragrances that tend to dry out and irritate skin. Most commercial soaps use ingredients with cheaper petroleum-derived surfactants, making them closer to a detergent.

At $6.50 / 4 oz. bar, I think these soaps are reasonably priced. They do last a long time.

**Thank you, GODAI, for sending these beautiful soaps for review. Opinions are 100% mine.**

By Sabine, February 25, 2019
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  • jeannetta
    March 8, 2019

    hello do u have a shop so i can purchase your soap and shea butter

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