khadi natural chocolate & honey body butter review

Hello People!!

Khadi Natural is one of the most popular herbal brands in the country and some of their products are really good. And with winters in India, having body butter in your skin care regimen is important. So today I have for you the khadi natural chocolate & honey body butter review. It is certainly one of the cheapest body butter you can find in the market today.


INR 175 for 50gm


khadi natural chocolate & honey body butter review

The product comes in a plastic tub packaging, that I just find unhygienic. Also as this is more of a lotion consistency it does lead to spillage, almost every time I try to open it.

Key ingredients:

Aqua, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Butter, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Chocolate Syrup, Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) Oil,CetylAlcohol, Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, Triticum Vulgare Germ (Wheatgerm) Oil, StearicAcid, SterylAlcohol, Glyceryl MonoStearate, PEG100 Stearate, Polysorbate-40, Sodium Benzoate, IsopropylMyristate, neolene pe (preservative) EDTA, Color, fragrance.

Product description:

Nurture your skin with Khadi Chocolate & Honey Body Butter. Khadi Chocolate & Honey Body Butter is infused with the goodness of chocolate and honey, which help to nourish the skin. Honey adds moisture to the skin and chocolate provide anti-oxidants to the skin.

khadi natural chocolate & honey body butter review

My experience:

khadi natural chocolate & honey body butter review

So this body butter is more of a liquid lotion consistency, it does smell of chocolate and honey which is light, but for some reason it does not have a pleasant fragrance, more like when chocolate goes bad or something 😀 I am sure that some of the people might not like it much. Honestly I wasn’t very impressed with the consistency of the product, and with the flimsy packaging it actually spilled a lot when I first tried to open it.

It does moisturize well though and spreads easily on the skin. It does need a little bit of massage before it can get absorbed. But once it gets absorbed it does make the skin moisturized and supple for a long time. I feel the quantity of the product is less and one tub will not last a long time for sure. Overall I have mixed feelings when it comes to this product. It’s not great and not bad either.


1. Paraben-free formula
2. One of the Cheapest body butter you can find in the market.


1. Packaging is not at all travel-friendly and messy
2. Consistency is runny just like a lotion
3. I don’t like how it smells.



Do I recommend:

I don’t. It is certainly a product that you can skip. Nothing amazing about it, neither it’s bad. I have read a lot of reviews saying it smells amazing of chocolates and all, but I can’t relate 😀

Will I repurchase?

Never again. It’s messy and I don’t like the smell. So just for the moisturization part of it, I might stick to my usual nivea body lotions for now.

So did you like our Khadi natural review, let us know in the comment section below. Also if you have tried it yourself, share your experience with us. I really want to know if this product did work for you or not.

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