Review: Fippo Green Apple Shampoo bar, Blue Clay Soap and Botanical Healing Mask

Today is another review day and it will not be a Korean brand but instead it is a local Filipino brand that takes pride in their hand crafted artisan soap and natural skin care.

They sent over their Green Apple Shampoo bar, Blue Clay Soap and Botanical Healing Mask for me to try and review so big thanks to Fippo and to Ms. Jayzel for reaching out to me.

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GREEN APPLE SHAMPOO BAR

Contains green apple stem cells that help to moisturize the scalp, strengthen hair roots and protect hair from damage. Great for dry, damaged or treated hair.

This soap was made using the cold process and cured for about a month. It is said that this soap is good for those with dry or damaged hair. First off I love that the color is really like Green Apple, it also has a fresh scent to it.

Usually with Shampoo bars, I have noticed that it does melt easily but this one doesn’t. This shampoo bar however made my hair feel drier and made it stiff. I have used some shampoo bars before and usually that stiff feeling goes away after drying my hair but unfortunately, my hair didn’t feel soft throughout the day.

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BLUE CLAY SOAP

“Made with cambrian blue clay, one of the rarest of all clays. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties, absorbs dirt and excess oil and can relieve symptoms of eczema, psoriasis and dry skin.”

This is a huge chunk of soap that has a color blue and white. Usually with soap of this size, I usually cut them but I decided not to so that I can test how long it will last. I love how this doesn’t melt easily and doesn’t even melt even with today’s summer heat. But most importantly, I love how this soap really removes sweat odor easily and doesn’t leave a dry feeling after.

Been using this for at least a month now and it’s still thick so I guess this will last me for 1 more month.

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BOTANICAL HEALING MASK

This doubles as a mask and cleanser. It is made with Bentonite clay that draws toxins from the skin and is great for oily and acne prone skin and skin issues like eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis. This mask is filled plant extracts, plant oils and plant powders that have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.  

Among the three, I was super excited to use this and at the same time surprised to know that this could also be use as a cleanser!

I super love the texture of this clay mask, it has a thick liked whipped consistency to it and it feels really nice on the face. When I first used this cleanser, I was expecting it to be drying since I was also informed that this could be drying but I actually it isn’t that drying compared to the whipped cleansers I tried before.

As a clay mask, it is recommended to wash it after only 5 minutes and I did follow that instruction however I felt that 5 minutes is too long since it really made my face feel dry. I personally like this one better as a cleanser since I feel like that it does the same thing as the clay mask which is to deeply cleanse the face.

I definitely do grab this clay mask whenever I feel like I need a deep cleanser plus I love how this has Bentonite that really removes toxins in the face. But I don’t use this more than thrice a week because it could really dry my face and also whenever I use this I make sure I really use a good moisturizer.

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Overall, I was so happy with the products, with the shampoo bar, I really don’t want to waste it so I also use it on my body. I super love the Blue Clay soap and the Botanical Healing mask is now in my rotation of deep cleansers.

Xoxo,

Roseanne ❤


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Product was sent to me by FIPPO BATH in exchange for an honest review.
All pictures are mine unless otherwise stated
Opinions are 100% honest to goodness
What works for me might not work for you and vice versa
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