Puresense Floral Soaps Madhumalti and Rose Review

A few days back I received soap samples and a sleep inducer from Puresense by Soap Opera. Puresense have four soaps in their Floral range, I have tried 2 soaps from it i.e. Madhumalti and Rose which I’ll be reviewing today.

About Puresense by Soap Opera:

Soap Opera is a premium personal care products company. Soap Opera, the company, has a range of products under two brands Soap Opera & Puresense.

The brand Puresense carries a range of non-toxic personal care products. Our soaps, body washes & shampoos are sulphate free, paraben free & non-carcinogenic. Our portfolio also includes bodymists & a very special product – the sleep inducer.

For more details about them, visit their Website and Facebook Page.

Puresense Floral Soaps Review


Price: Rs. 85/-

Quantity: 100 grams

Availability: Soapopera Online Store and some other online retailers.

Ingredients: Sodium Palmate, Sodium Palm Kernalate, Aqua, Sodium Cocoyl Isetionate, Fragrance, Olive Oil, Ethylene Hydroxy diphosphonate Sorbitol, Titanium dioxide, Glyceryl stearate, Disodium distyrylbiphenyl di sulfonate, menthol, CI 12120, CI 77266

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Packing: Soap floral soap Rose and Madhumalti come in a 3/4th cardboard outer case with plastic film inside. You can see the soap from the outer cover. I liked the packing, its quite cute.

Fragrance: Both the soaps smells very nice. I’ve never smelled Madhumalti flower, so I can’t say whether Madhumalti soap smells like the floral or not. The Rose soap smells exactly like rose. Both the fragrance are mild, not over-powering. 

Madhumalti Soap


What Puresense say about it:

Infused with the goodness of Madhumalti flower and Oilve oil, the Puresense Madhumalti soap relieves stress & relaxes the body. This exotic soap bar is free of sulphates, parabens, formaldehydes and is non-carcinogenic.

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My Experience with Puresense Madhumalti Soap:

This is the first time I heard the word ‘Madhumalti’. I wasn’t aware that it is a flower. Madhumalti soap smells just amazing. It is a light peach colored opaque soap with a few red jelly-like pieces in it.


Madhumalti soap lathers really well and leaves the skin squeaky clean. My skin doesn’t feel dry or stretchy after bathing. The soap doesn’t melt quickly and retain its shape till the end.

I can’t say anything about its relaxing and stress relieves property but I found the Madhumalti fragrance refreshing. Since I love floral fragrances, I really liked this soap.

Rose Soap


What Puresense say about it:

With the goodness of rose and olive oil, the fragrance that helps relax your nerves and soothe the mind while giving you a relaxing experience. This exotic soap bar is free sulphates, parabens, formaldehydes and is non-carcinogenic.

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My Experience with Puresense Rose Soap:

I’ve used many rose products lately and rose has always been my favourite floral fragrance. Puresense Rose Soap is a light pink colored opaque soap with a few dark pink jelly-like pieces in it.


Rose soap is similar to the Madhumalti one when used. It lather good, doesn’t dry out skin nor make it greasy after use. The soap smells nice and refreshing but doesn’t stay after bath. Overall, it is a decent rose soap to try.

What I like about Puresense Floral Soaps:

  • Natural & Cruelty free
  • Lovely Floral smell
  • Non-toxic & Non-carcinogenic
  • Sulphate and Paraben free
  • Gives Squeaky clean feeling
  • Doesn’t melt quickly

What I dislike about Puresense Floral Soaps:

  • Fragrance doesn’t last after bath
  • Not easily available offline

Rating: 4/5

Verdict: Puresense Floral soaps Rose and Madhumalti soaps are refreshing, foaming, natural soaps which are non-toxic,  Non-carcinogenic and sulphate and paraben free. If you are floral soap lover like me and you are into natural personal care products, you should try this Floral Range.


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