Which Body Wash Is The One For You?
Without A Doubt It's...
I have never been a fan of special bath products. I find them to be costly and, generally, dry out my skin. I was raised to use only basic soap and, up until last year, that was all I used. Not until Walgreens had this promotion to get a bottle of Softsoap Spa Radiant Body Wash for free, did I even entertain the idea of giving any soap besides Ivory a try. Now that I’ve tried it, I’m never going back.
Of the three Spa Radiant types (purifying, exfoliating and moisture wrap), I use moisture wrap. My skin has always been soft, but after only using this product a couple of times, my skin became even softer. While I do have to admit that after my first and second uses my skin broke out a little (My skin was used to years of only Ivory soap.) that no longer happens. It is an affordable product with a clean, fresh scent.
Knowing people who spend hundreds of dollars on skin and bath products, it amazes me when these same people compliment me on my skin. “How do you do it?” they always ask. When I tell them I use this product or that my skin has always looked this way, they don’t believe me. They think I have a secret, but I don’t.
While it’s perfect for anyone, I would especially recommend someone with dry, cracked skin (Thank you unpredictable New England weather!) to try this product. It nurtures your skin, but doesn’t leave it feeling oily. Most importantly, it doesn’t empty your wallet.
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