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What Bath soap/Body Wah do you use?

Posted: Mon Jun 09, 2014 10:08 pm
by chris1978
What Bath Soap/Body Wash do you use everday? I use L'Occitane Milk Shea Butter Soap every night before I go to bed. I love the soap so much. It going to be my favorite soap ever. It has 8.8 oz bar that big and last for long time. I think it last for a month or little bit more than a month. The reason I buy that is to save money and part of my budget. I have no problem with this soap. It very gentle and feel comfortable. The Milk scent is good for sensitive skin. I haven't try the L'Occitane body wash yet but I don't know when. I do miss my favorite natural soap form Herbaria.com I used to buy 8 bars a time and last for two months and I can't buy it no more because my budget. I now regulary use L'Occitane Milk Gentle Shea Butter Soap.

Do you or have try any of L'Occitane bath soap or body wash?

What else do you use beside that you use soap/body wash? Do you have favorite?

I stay away from commericals soap and body wash from super markets. it awful! I used to that long time ago.

Re: What Bath soap/Body Wah do you use?

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2014 6:21 am
by jww
It all depends. Our key go-to bathing/showering products are Imperial Leather, Yardley English Lavender, and a couple of wash products from The Body Shop (Olive and Grapefruit).

Re: What Bath soap/Body Wah do you use?

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2014 1:08 pm
by chris1978
Wendell,

I use to try the Body Shop Shea Butter bath soap and it very good. It doesn't make me itching at all but fell comfortable and relaxing. The bar itself it doesn't last long. The other one I try is Yardley almond & oatmeal and I didn't like it because it didn't rinse out very well it has tallow in it. That make me very itching that ones. I don't line tallow. I only like vegetable oil. I love natural soap. It good for your skin.

Chris A

Re: What Bath soap/Body Wah do you use?

Posted: Wed Jun 11, 2014 7:24 am
by jww
We have also used some Lush bath soaps in the past, but I found that many of them leave my skin with something of a tingly/burning sensation. I think it's possibly related to either the strength of the oils or the ratio/mix of ingredients.