Review, Price of Satliva Organic Beauty Products Face Butter, Shampoo Bar, Hair Cream, Lip Balm

Satliva makes handmade hemp body and hair care products. While there are various brands in the market which promise to deliver ‘organic’ but infuse various harmful chemicals, Satliva products are 100% natural and deliver what they promise. I have been trying out their extensive range of skin care and hair care and enjoyed the experience throughout. Before this, I hardly had any knowledge about hemp. It is basically a good source of omega-3, omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids, which are called essential fats.

In addition hemp also has plenty of Iron, magnesium, sodium, potassium, SPF 6 and Vitamin D. The products are completely non-comedogenic, which is great for someone like me whose skin breaks out left, right and center. So, let’s get straight to the reviews of each product.


Satliva Raspberry Lip Balm – Rs. 260

The lip balm is something I need 12months a year because I have naturally dry lips. Matte lipsticks are my favourite  thus my lips require a constant dose of hydration. Chemical based lip balms do keep the lips supple but once they fade off, the dryness returns. So, organic or chemical free lip balms are naturally nourishing and work great for me.

The Satliva Raspberry Lip Balm has the simplest packaging. It comes in a small glass tub with a metal cap. The lip balm looks slightly yellowish in the tub but comes off completely clear on the lips. Thus, you can apply any lip color on top. It has a different kind of berry-mint aroma which I have come across for the first time. This isn’t your usual artificial fragrance but completely natural. But it fades away in a few minutes, if you are not into fragrances. The texture of the lip balm is pretty thick in the tub but it melts really well on the lips. This is why you don’t need to slather too much. It immediately hydrates the lips and has a soothing effect.

Make your own DIY lip scrub with it:

I often use this as a lip scrub with brown sugar. When I am in a hurry to remove the dead flakes from my lips, I apply a generous amount of satliva lip balm and smear brown sugar granules and massage the lips slightly. Doing this for around 2-3mins plumps up the lips very well and gives you nourishing soft lips for the whole day.

The raspberry lip balm is enriched with Hemp Oil, Cocoa Butter, Bees Wax, Spearmint Essential Oil and Red Raspberry Oil. All these ingredients are extremely good for the lips and don’t dry out the lips even after fading off. The Red Raspberry Seed Oil has a naturally high SPF of 28-50 and works great for pigmented lips. So you can wear it out in the sun to protect your lips. The mixture of Cocoa Butter and Bees Wax is extraordinarily hydrating for the lips. Compared to various other lip balms in the market which are chemically infused, this is a wonderful option for naturally dry lips.

RATING – 4.5/5


Satliva Hemp with Argan Hair Oil – Rs. 1690

Satliva Hemp with Argan Hair Oil comes in a wonderful packaging. It is enclosed in a sturdy cardboard box with all the information. The oil is encased in a dark brown coloured glass bottle with a stopper on the mouth to dispense the product. The mouth of the bottle is further enclosed with a black screw cap. The oil is light yellowish in color and has an evident Ayurvedic fragrance. It has the aroma of Argan and Rosemary Oil and the cooling sensation is immediately felt once you apply the oil.

The oil has a thick consistency; almost like castor oil which makes it the perfect oil for the overnight champi. It imparts a wonderful cooling sensation and for summers, I have loved it like anything.

How I use it for hair spa?

Sometimes I even warm up the hair oil and apply from roots to tips followed by a good head massage to stimulate blood circulation. My hair is curly-wavy and extremely dry because I use too many heat appliances. When you use a warm hair oil, it gets absorbed faster in your scalp. A lot of people use hot towels or steamers to do that but heating up your oil slightly does the trick too.

I make it a point of using a hydrating and nourishing oil like this overnight before shampoo. It is perfect for normal to dry hair and hydrates my tresses well. I have noticed my scalp irritation has reduced drastically and my hair feel so soft and nice. This hair oil can be used on colour treated hair as well. The hair fall control took sometime but I consistently used it for a few months and it definitely gave positive result on scalp. It promotes hair growth and keeps the hair healthy. It has the goodness of Castor Oil, Hemp Seed Oil, Argan Oil and Rosemary Essential Oil which works magically for my hair. With regular usage, you will notice the reduction in split ends as well. I have to admit the hair oil takes two washes to wash off completely but hey who cares if the results are this amazing!

Rating – 5/5


Satliva Mango Fresh Face Butter with Rosemary Oil – Rs. 1040


The Satliva Mango Fresh Face Butter with Rosemary Oil has the same packaging with the Cocoa Bliss Body Butter. The face butter is light yellow in color and slightly thick in texture. It has the aroma of Mango Butter and Tea Tree Oil and the fragrance is very mild. Coming to the product, the consistency is very rich and creamy. Those with dry skin would love to use in to heal those dry patches, I get them so often in winters.

It is enriched with the goodness of Hemp Oil, Mango Butter, Moringa, Beeswax, Carrot Seed Oil, Rosemary essential Oil and Tea Tree Oil and best suitable for extremely dry and sensitive skin. A little goes a long way and it hydrates the skin in no time.

How else I use it?

I sometimes use it as a cleansing balm and face massaging cream. For cleansing butter, it is a wonderful product as it removes heavy layered makeup quickly and after that I generally wipe off my face with a wet tissue. The skin feels soft and supple throughout the day. It also works great for massaging the skin and then removing the excess with a wet wipe.

Rating – 3.5/5

Let me know your thoughts on the Satliva range and if you have any questions then ask away!



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