Review of Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap

Hi all,
Since its summer time, I felt I should keep away from shower gels and use a deep cleansing soap. I picked up Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap which was lying around for a long time in my beauty closet. I have used few Kama Ayurveda products – their rose water, lip balm, massage oils and quite liked them. So let’s see where this Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap falls on the review scale, shall we?




Product claims

An Ayurvedic cleansing treatment for oily, uneven and rough skin. Pure Tamarind extract is cleanses skin deeply, refines pores, heals blemishes and checks excessive oiliness without dehydrating the skin. Raw Cane Sugar extract polishes the skin and stimulates circulation for renewed cellular growth. Soap Nut, an Ayurvedic foaming ingredient lifts away dirt and oil. Natural Beeswax along with Castor and Organic Coconut Oils add to the creamy lather and keep skin moisturized and healthy.
• 91.5% Natural
• Clears oiliness
• Refines and tightens pores
• Polishes and smoothes
• Hydrates and protects


Coconut oil, castor oil, beeswax, tamarind, cane sugar, soap nuts, cedarwood, black cardamom, vetiver and tuberose essential oil, sodium hydroxide


Rs.470 for 120g.




IBeautySpy spies

The first thing that attracted me to the soap was the unique ingredients of tamarind and cane sugar. I have never seen this combo in any soap before. Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap is made with organic coconut oil and the essential oils of tuberose, cardamom and vetiver. The soap comes in a luxurious outer paper wrapper. I love the packaging of Kama Ayurveda products.

Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap is brown in color and the shape is not perfect as its a handmade soap. It has a natural, herbal fragrance which feels very refreshing.

As mentioned, Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap deep cleanses the body and its a perfect soap for summers to get rid of the sweat, dirt and dust. If you suffer from acne, it can help cure that also. It clears all oiliness and refines, tightens pores and gives polished skin. and Though its an SLS free soap, it lathers very well. It contains natural soap nuts for cleansing. The lather is rich and creamy due to the presence of castor oil and cane sugar.

If you have very dry skin, Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap can feel drying on your skin. So I wouldn’t suggest it for winters. But it is a good option for summers to control oiliness and deep cleanse pores.

Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap doesn’t melt easily and will last for a good time. The price is expensive for a soap. So I don’t think I will repurchase again (unless am in the mood for splurging 😉 )




Does it satisfy all its claims?

Yes, it satisfies all its claims.

What I like?

* Deep cleanses pores and clears oiliness.
* Gives smooth, polished skin.
* Reduces acne and breakouts.
* Rich, creamy lather.
* 91.5% Natural and handmade.
* Free from SLS/SLES, parabens.
* Impressive ingredients list of tamarind, cane sugar, tuberose, black cardamom, vetiver, soap nuts, etc.

What I don’t like?

* Expensive for a soap.

Would I recommend?

Not a must-have. If you want to try something unique, handmade and in the mood for splurging, you can give it a try.

Would I repurchase?


Value for money?

No. Its expensive.

Availability: You can buy online from here or here. Both the websites have offers for Kama Ayurveda currently.

IBeautySpy Rating: 4.1/5

Overall, I enjoyed using Kama Ayurveda Sugar & Tamarind Deep Cleansing Soap this summers as it helped in deep cleansing my skin and controlling oiliness. You can give it a try once if you like Kama Ayurveda products. But its not a must-have product.

Also checkout:
* Juicy Chemistry Carrot Skin Rehab Soap
* Petals Raspberry & Vanilla Fusion Handmade Soap
* Biotique Bio Honey Cream Rejuvenating Body Wash 100% Soap Free
* The Nature’s Co Sandalwood Body Wash


  1. Shreemayee Chattopadhyay

    The soap sounds good, though expensive. Actually, the Tamarind attracts me.

  2. Kashifah Shaikh

    Sounds good but very expensive!

  3. Soma Banik

    totally loveable ingredients..awesome review dear ..😊😊

    1. admin (Post author)

      Thank you Soma 🙂

  4. Snehal

    Bit pricey but worth trying I suppose! 😃 I love using natural & handmade soaps.

  5. Anita Singh

    Unique combination hai, actually ye dono hi product kabhi bathing soap me nahi suna , interesting 👌👌
    Lakin bahut high price bhi hai

    1. admin (Post author)

      Thank you Anita. Do try it 🙂

  6. Amrutaa

    Looks good will try…


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