Question about triple-milled soap and application...

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Teuton
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Question about triple-milled soap and application...

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I ordered some french triple-milled soap (lavander). The idea of a long lasting, high quality, moisturizing soap appeal to me. However, I have a quck question in regards to application. How do you guys wash?

Wash cloth?
Exfoliating brush?
Hands?

I am curious, I like to use a very soft exfoliating brush, build up a lather, and apply.
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My good old hard-working calloused hands.
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Post by Big Swifty »

I wash my face in the shower so I use a wash cloth. I have learned that is all the exfoliating that I need.
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Post by EL Alamein »

100% cotton washcloth.

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Post by bernards66 »

Like Richard, I use my paws, as my father did before me.
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Post by Sam »

I tried using Gordon's paws but for me, they would not work, LOL.

I had a mesh poof that was used during my shower gel days. I am using that now and it works well. When it wears out, Ill use a washcloth.

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Wife's hands work better though. :lol:
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Okay, granted. Wife's paws are better still. Sorry it didn't work out for you Sam ( chuckle )....I can't hit the nail on the head EVERY time, you know.
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Post by kbuzbee »

I've been using a Rhassoul clay/Shea soap and you rub the bar directly on your face. Rinse off in the shower. Works really well.

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