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Luckily, there are now so many products free from harsh chemicals and include extracts from natural elements that I am beginning to have a lovely feeling that this world is heading towards a positive future for our next generation. Don’t you feel the same, too?

Off late, I have begun using plant based products which are also good for the environment in several ways. Of course, you cannot count in this list, some of my toiletries, as few brands just have my complete trust for years, despite the ingredients they dump in their products. But, mostly, I try and use products that are safe for my skin and my kids.


Recently, I got products from Pure Cult which is a ‘Made in India’ brand. While having kids at home, you definitely need products that are kid friendly. And, these products are pet friendly, too, as they are plant based. All their products have zero sulphates, phosphates, ammonia, bleach, artificial fragrance and colour. They are also cruelty free. What intrigued me the most, about these products, was that their bottles were also made from recyclable plastic bottles that were of no use to anyone. Therefore, these bottles are recyclable. That totally impressed me. After you see garbage piles almost everywhere, and then you read this, your heart does feel happy, doesn’t it?

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Fabric Conditioner


So, for the first time I used Pure Cult’s Fabric Conditioner, yesterday, which is infused with geranium and lavender essential oils. I must say that I loved the fresh neutral fragrance that the clothes had after wash. I’m someone who needs a not-so-strong smelling product for anything, especially clothes, so, I was quite happy with this. I used eco-friendly fabric conditioner for my kids’ clothes, which felt soft and maintained their original richness. Also, my hands did not get dry as they normally do after using chemical filled products. This product can be used for top loads, front loads and hand washing. A bottle of 500ml costs Rs 349/- only.

eco-friendly fabric conditioner
Bathroom Cleaner


This, as the name on the bottle suggests, is for the bathroom only. It is meant to clean soap and water marks from the shower cubicles and smooth tiles. It does not work on toilet bowls, basins and rough tiles. But, if you want your bathroom void of any dry marks, you can use Pure Cult’s Bathroom Shower Cubicle Cleaner. It costs Rs 299/- for 500ml.

Next, I plan to try their toilet bowl cleaner as the brand I have currently cannot be used by me due to its strong smell. So, unless my help is available, the toilet bowl is cleaned with pure water alone. Pure Cult also has some good eco-friendly combo kits which are better than buying one bottle at a time. Their kits include Laundry Cleaners, Household Cleaners and Kitchen Cleaners. Funnily, the toilet bowl cleaner is only included in the Essential Subscription Kit and not in the Bathroom Sparklers Kit. So, I may have to buy the toilet bowl cleaner separately.

Have you used any products from Pure Cult? What was your view after use?

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Cindy D'Silva
Cindy D'Silva
Cindy D'Silva, besides being a mother of two angels, is a belly dancer, writer and photographer. She loves partying, bowling and eating sushi. There is a detailed biography about her on the ABOUT ME page in case you would like to know more. :) You can like and follow her Facebook page to get all updates on the latest blogs and more:


  1. MeenalSonal says:

    Good to know that Indian brands are turning eco-friendly and also using the packaging product from eco friendly manner. Bathroom cleaning is a huge task, shall try this in future to get the desired results.

  2. Tina Basu says:

    I will check out this shower cubicle cleaner since we use something like this regularly, such hard water in this city.

  3. Hi Cindy, honestly I had no clue about this brand but it seems cool. We’re making the shift to eco-friendly products in our home too, so would love to try it out.

  4. I myself love to use Indian and plant-based products nowadays. Can it be used for all types of fabric?

  5. Been hearing a lot about this brand lately. Definitely checking them out sooner

  6. Suhasini I.P. says:

    Thank you for introducing us to Pure Cult products. I am not aware of them and will try using them Cindy

  7. Haven’t used pure cult before but reading about it I feel I need to give it a try. Have been using all the known products but all are chemical based. Will try this one for sure. World needs more of such products.

  8. Abha Mondal says:

    Eco-friendly products are my favourite. I have heard about Pure Cult but never get a chance to use them. I will recommend these products to my family in India. Thanks for your honest review as always.

  9. Glad to read this honest review. Eco friendly is the way forward for a better planet for our coming generations. Will surely check out the products. Thanks!

  10. Akanksha Singh says:

    I have been hearing about them a lot.. their pricing vis really pocket friendly. And I like the trademark green bottles.Might give them a try.

  11. Mehul Kaku says:

    Very economical options it seems. The post is also economical as it conveyed its essence in less number of words.

  12. I love your reviews and the products you search are always unique. I will try out the bathroom cleaner as I am a bit of freak on cleaning toilets. The one I am using right now is so strong I need to wear gloves or it itches. Thanks for the post!

  13. I have changed my lifestyle,food so much, just to adjust the environmental element. I think products like these need a bigger shoutout. People need to realize that compounding good behaviour can change the world for real.

  14. I haven’t used any of the products from Pure Cult. But the bathroom stain cleaner sounds promising. Iam forever plagued by water stains on the tiles. Probably will get this one and the toilet bowl cleaner too. Interesting concept of them using recycled bottles for their products.

  15. Ritu Bindra says:

    I haven’t used Pure Cult but it does seem like a great alternative to the chemical based products. I am curious how it would fare for tougher cleaning jobs and stains. Although I would love to try out the fabric conditioner.

  16. I’ve heard about Pure cult through some social media but first time coming across a review. The products being kid-friendly and pet-friendly grabbed my attention and seems to be their USP.

  17. Aditi Kapur says:

    I liked your review of Pure Cult fabric conditioner and toilet cleaner. Kids-friendly and pet-friendly features attracted my attention.
    Shall definitely try because I trust your honest review.

  18. Madhu Bindra says:

    I have not heard of Pure Cult but it is good to see eco friendly and plant based cleaners. I really like that their bottles are made of recyclable plastic. I will surely try them out.

  19. Shreemayee Chattopadhyay says:

    I’m also using Pure Cult bathroom cleaner. It not only cleans well, but I also like the fact that it’s eco-friendly. Would like to try the fabric conditioner as well.

  20. I am fed-up with those stubborn marks of soap and water and was looking for some effective solution for the same. Thanks for sharing your honest opinion about Pure Cult cleaner. I would like to give it a try.

  21. I’ve not heard of Pure Cult but I would very much like to try their fabric conditioner. I’m also wary of all the chemicals in regular FMCG products.

  22. Just the article I was looking for. Working from home for the past 1 year now, has taken the “Hygiene-cum-Cleanliness Nazi” inside me to another level. I am more observant of the cleanliness required in the house, by being socially responsible of course.

    As mentioned, the brand Pure Cult is ‘Made in India’ and ‘eco-friendly’ – enough reasons to give it a try! Will definitely check out these products!

  23. Harjeet Kaur says:

    I have used Pure Cult and I agree with you, Cindy. Natural products are the order of the day and we should all use them and save the planet.

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