Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil Review

I am slowly becoming addicted to Kama Ayurveda, and to bath and body products. Since it is winters, I am enjoying my hot showers with these soothing and moisturising products. This is my first fancy oil; I have always been into using oils for body but never used something other than olive and coconut oil. Keep reading to find out how this one turned out to be. 🙂

Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil Review

Product Description:
Our luxurious floral blend of the pure essential oils of Rose & Jasmine and Organic Almond Oil, Soya Bean, Wheat Germ and Castor oils is rich in minerals, vitamin A, D & E whose antioxidant and regenerative properties help in restoring one’s natural glow. Light & highly absorbent.

Benefits :
• Natural Antioxidant
• Regenerative properties
• Restores natural glow
• Light and absorbent
• Contains Vitamin A,D &E

How to Apply:
Pre Bath: Gently massage into your skin. After 10-15min. bathe with a mild soap or cleanser.
Bath Oil: Add approximate 10 – 15ml to bath
Post Bath: Massage gently all over the body.

INR 795 for 100ml

My Experience with Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil:

This is such a tiny 100 ml bottle with the quintessential Kama Ayurveda feel. All the details about the product are printed over the stickers. The bottle is sturdy and won’t break easily. It has a stopper and hence, there won’t be any leakage either.


The oil smells wonderfully of jasmine and roses, though the fragrance of roses is more detectable. It is such a sweet, soothing fragrance but unfortunately doesn’t last long. It gets vanished within minutes, no matter in which prescribed way I use it. This is a bit disheartening since the fragrance is lovely.


I love the fact that it has the goodness of many organic ingredients, and that this oil is so highly nourishing. It is an absolute pleasure using it. It is very lightweight and gets absorbed easily with a little massage. Since it is winters, I like to pamper myself with such bath and body products, and with hot showers. This is has become my perfect shower partner, though I use it twice a week. I mainly use it pre or post shower as a massage oil.


It makes my skin healthy and moisturised. I can skip a moisturiser post bath but I choose not to. I also think that it is a good value for money product as I do not need a lot of oil to massage my body. Believe me, it feels like 100 ml will get over with just 3-4 uses, but it won’t. Overall I love this oil, and it is definitely a treat for bath and body product lovers. It is a nice way to pamper yourself when you want to give yourself that little massage or at-home spa session.


Pros of Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil:

• Packaging
• Amazing scent
• Goodness of so many organic ingredients
• Can be used in three ways
• Lightweight
• Gets absorbed quickly
• Good value for money

Cons of Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil:

• Fragrance doesn’t last long

IMBB Rating:

Would I Repurchase Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil?
I would love to, but would rather try some other oil, with a more potent fragrance. Wish the fragrance was stronger and lasted longer.

Would I Recommend Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil?
It’s a really nice, chemical-free way to treat oneself. Yes, give it a try.

PS : Sorry for bluish pictures, it’s so cold in Delhi right now. I am not complaining though. 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Bath and Body Oil Review

  1. Haa…perfect timing for the review 🙂
    I have been thinking about buying this one for quite some time. How do you think it will work in summers?

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