Human Nature 100% Natural Cleansing Bar Soap – Used Up and Reviewed

Some months back, one of my workmates resigned and she gave us all a parting gift — mine was this soap by Human Nature.

I knew it was only a matter of time before Human Nature comes out with a bar soap.

Isn’t the box packaging lovely?

The bar is white, almost opaque, with an inscription of the brand name and heart logo.

General Info:

  • Price: Php 64.75 for a 120g. bar
  • Available at Rustan’s Supermarket, Shopwise, and the Human Nature website.
  • Ingredients: Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, aqua, sodium hydroxide, sodium lactate (sugarcane-derived), sodium gluconate (sugarcane-derived), coco glucoside (coconut-derived), glyceryl oleate (coconut-derived), stearic acid, decyl glucoside (coconut-derived)


As expected of natural soaps, this gets used up fast. I didn’t experience melting, a la dove-type of goopy soap, because I have an awesome soap dispenser.  However, I noticed significant diminution after every use.

This is the least drying of all natural and organic soaps I’ve tried. Saponified oil-type bar soaps are usually drying in general — this one isn’t.  On their website, it says:

…Cold-processing, on the other hand, produces high-quality soap that retains beneficial natural glycerin which keeps skin soft and hydrated. As a bonus, cold-processing consumes less energy and produces less waste – so it’s not only skin-friendly, but eco-friendly as well!

Perhaps that’s why it didn’t dry my skin out.  Note: I used this only on my body and my skin-type is normal.

I can’t really say much about this except that it’s a good basic no-frills bar soap that cleans the skin well. It also didn’t irritate my skin the whole time I was using it.

If you’ve been looking for BHT-free, EDTA-free, fragrance-free, paraben-free, and “other-bad-stuff-free” bar soap for a long long time, you should consider trying this.


Not soon. I’m in a Lush soap craze this summer.

0 thoughts on “Human Nature 100% Natural Cleansing Bar Soap – Used Up and Reviewed”

  1. Human Nature always has cute graphic design on their packaging. I like your soap dispenser. Is it sponge? Or does it only looks like one? This'll be a great soap for me if ever my allergies start acting up again. But I wouldn't use this on a daily basis. I like my soap to have fragrance. 🙂

  2. I think sponges accumulate bacteria because they're almost always left wet. This one's made of a pliable plastic material that doesn't absorb water and the holes between the webbings are almost pea-sized. By every next use, the soap dispenser is very dry na. I also clean it every week with the soap residues left on it 😛

  3. thebudgetfashionseeker

    hi rae!Nice blog you have here 🙂 Good to read a positive review on their latest product. I was into human heart nature products last year (face powder, cleanser, shampoo etc) but I am now just using the sunflower seed beauty oil for my hair and as a makeup remover substitute.

  4. They have nice products I believe and the “organic” aspect is really enticing. Good for you it works. Nice to hear your skin type is normal. Too bad for me, I need items for sensitive skin. Oh well!Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting! I appreciate it :)Disqus didn't display it at first… I had to re-import and re-sync multiple times. Now it shows up :)★♡ Simply Dresses Fashion Post (^_^) ♡★Save Budget and Be a Party Belle with out their amazing styles!❤ ~Chaihttp://chenmeicai.blogspot.com| Bloglovin' | NetworkedBlogs | Google+ |

  5. Where did you get your awesome soap dispenser? It puts my ordinary soap dispenser in shame! Haha! Haven't tried any human nature stuff, but I've always wanted to. Let's follow each other? :)

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