Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar Review

Hello dear people! ❤❤❤
I hope you all are doing great! 🙂

Well, do you like olives?
I am sure you do… I love them too! 😛
Olives are rich in vitamins and antioxidants which help repair damaged skin cells and fight premature aging… They also possess antibacterial and deep nourishing properties and keep the skin healthy! ❤
So, when I came across this cute little ‘olive facial bar’ by Vaadi Herbals, I knew I had to give it a try!
Today, I am reviewing the same for you all… Read on! ❤


Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar
Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar

DESCRIPTION: Olive Facial Bar with cane sugar extract, for a healthy glowing skin. A handmade product with essential oils.
A deep-nourishment formula, Vaadi’s Olive Facial Bar grants your skin health & a healthy glow. Glycolic Acid constituent of Cane Sugar Extract mildly exfoliates the skin; bringing fresher skin to the surface. While Olive Oil moisturises & softens the skin; and improves its elasticity.
Organic. Chemical free. Earth and plant based ingredients. Paraben free. Ayurveda. GMP certified. ISO certified. Not tested on animals.

KEY INGREDIENTS: Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii) Derivative, Olive (Olea Europaea) Extract, Cane Sugar, Apple (Pyrus Malus) Extract, Papaya (Carica Papaya) Extract, Honey (Mel Extract), DM Water (Aqua).

Olive Extract – Moisturises & softens skin. Improves skin elasticity. Fights signs of premature ageing.

Cane Sugar – Mildly exfoliates the skin. Grants glow to the skin.

Apple & Papaya Extract – Rich in vitamins that revitalize the skin and make it smooth & soft.

Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar
Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar

DIRECTIONS: Apply over wet face and neck. Gently work up rich lather. Massage gently in circular motion. Rinse off and pat dry.

COST: Rs. 35 for a bar of 25g.

SHELF LIFE: 36 months.


Vaadi Herbals olive facial bar comes in a sturdy, olive-coloured cardboard box packaging which contains most of the necessary details about the product mentioned over it… The soap inside further comes wrapped in two layers of plastic which keep it safe and uncontaminated until it is opened for use! The overall packaging is really impressive for such an inexpensive product and the only thing that I find odd is the absence of the complete list of ingredients!

Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar
Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar

The facial bar is slightly translucent and has a beautiful olive green colour… It has a pleasant, artificial fragrance which is quite mild and wouldn’t bother the sensitive noses! 😛

Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar
Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar

This olive soap lathers quite well (though not as heavily as Lux bathing bars and other such soaps) and produces a rich, creamy foam in just 10 seconds of rubbing it in between wet palms! This makes me think that it definitely contains some amount of surfactants, most probably sulphates! 🙁
But this lathering capacity also makes the soap an effective cleanser as it washes away all the dirt, dust, oil and impurities from the surface of the skin as well as from within the pores… This facial bar leaves my skin totally clean and fresh and makes it feel soft and smooth to touch…
I have been using this soap twice daily for more than a week now. And I have noticed that with regular use it also brightens up the skin, although to a very small extent! 😀

Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar
Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar

I have a normal to slightly dry skin type right now and this soap doesn’t leave my face dry or stretchy post use! But I have observed that if I skip my moisturiser, the skin around my mouth and eyes starts to get dry and stretchy after about 4 to 5 minutes of washing my face… So, in my opinion, this facial bar would work best for people with normal to oily skin types. While for people with dry to extremely dry skin types, it may leave the skin even more dry and stretchy!
Additionally, my skin is quite prone to acne and this soap doesn’t break out my skin or aggravate the acne already present on my face… So, I feel that people with acne-prone skin types, too, can give it a try!

One interesting feature of this soap is that it doesn’t melt at all on the bathroom shelf. Thus, one bar would easily last you for a month and a half, even if used twice daily! ❤

(Also read my review of Vaadi Herbals Kesar Chandan Facial Bar here!)



  1. Inexpensive and easily available online on Amazon, Nykaa and Flipkart!
  2. Free from parabens and enriched with the goodness of olives, cane sugar, apple, papaya, honey and shea butter!
  3. Has a mild and pleasant fragrance!
  4. Lathers quite well and cleanses the skin of all the dirt, dust, oil and impurities!
  5. Leaves the skin clean, soft, smooth and fresh!
  6. Regular use brightens up the skin, although to a very small extent!
  7. Doesn’t leave the skin dry and stretchy for normal to oily skin types!
  8. Doesn’t break out the skin or aggravate live acne!
  9. One bar lasts for at least one and a half months, even if used twice daily!


  1. The complete list of ingredients is not provided!
  2. Contains some amount of surfactants, most probrably sulphates!
  3. Not travel-friendly as it is a bar of soap!
  4. Not suitable for dry to extremely dry skin types!

RATING: 4.3/5

FINAL TAKE: Vaadi Herbals olive facial bar is an inexpensive facial cleanser which effectively cleanses the skin without over-drying it! So, if you are bored of using face washes daily and have a skin type that lies in between normal to oily skin, I would recommend that you give this soap a shot! 😀

Hope it helps! ❤

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54 thoughts on “Vaadi Herbals Olive Facial Bar Review

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  1. Herbal products are amazing for our skin. Definitely going to try this bar as it is chemical free. Thanks for sharing this review

  2. That’s very detailed review. It’s impressive that it’s doesn’t cause skin breakout. I’ve normal to oily skin. This seems worth trying to me.

    1. No, the complete list of ingredients is missing! Only the key ingredients are present on the label… But the way it lathers, I doubt it contains sulphates…

  3. Sounds and looks lovely . I definitely love olives too 🙂 interesting review, especially as this is a product especially for the face! though i would worry a bit with the fact that all products aren’t listed! however, your experience and review and enough recommendation for me to try this out.

  4. This definitely sounds like an amazing skin product worth trying, plus the organic point is more than enough for me to do the purchase too, thank you for sharing this amazing review, it was damn helpful

  5. I have used this brand it’s amazing with natural ingredients. I would surely try this facial bar sometime soon.

  6. The products from Vadi Herbals is facial soap is I would love to try . Looks like this is really a better option than Foamy face washes loaded with chemicals.

  7. This seems so great and organic with no chemicals and great for skin care product. thanks for sharing this wonderful review with us

  8. Glycolic acid is a lovely exfoliant and I use it regularly in my skincare routine. Good to know this olive oil soap has glycolic acid from sugarcane extract. I would love to try this.

  9. I love how cute this soap is. I somehow have a thing for glycerin soaps. And though this isn’t travel friendly yet we can sure give it a try ?

  10. This seems to be a nice product for herbal lovers. It is nice to know that this soap doesn’t melt on the bathroom shelf. My soap just vanishes in a few weeks. Thanks for sharing the honest review. Going to check this one for sure.

  11. First of all, I must compliment the flatlays and pictures you’ve taken, so beautifully styled. I shall definitely check out Vaadi Herbal facial bar, it looks like a great product. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  12. I have not tried this product as yet. After your recommendation I will try it for sure. Thank you for sharing.

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