Clearly Natural Glycerine Bar Soap Unscented -- 4 oz
Mild, moisturizing soap
If you're looking for a pure glycerine bar soap with no additives, look no further. It's better than store brands which have additives and coloring. It's mild and moisturizing. I have rosacea, and this is the only thing I've found that really cleans the skin and doesn't irritate. It's also great as an all over cleanser in the shower as it lathers very well with a bath puff. This soap also comes in various scents, but for myself, I like the unscented.
February 19, 2014
I used to use Dr. Bonners soap because I have allergies to
regular soap. This soap works just as well and is quite a bit
less expensive. It doesn't make a lot of suds, but that is ok
February 17, 2014
I have very sensitive skin and took vacation at my sister's. Had a massive rash one night and the next day she brought this home with her after work. It is wonderful soap. This company's other products aren't natural, but this soap is completely and clearly natural. It helped my skin and keeps my skin from getting ridiculously rashy (still get rashes on arms and legs occasionally, but never really bad rashes).
So very happy with this product, tried to find it in my area but no one carries it locally. Vitacost has the best price for it, even if you have to buy multiples of it (which I had planned on anyway). I will continue to use this on my very sensitive skin!
January 15, 2014
I was looking for a natural soap. This is just right. It is not expensive & lathers well. I will buy more.
January 6, 2014
NO fragrance, great for sensitive skin, good value
My family has been using this soap for about a year and a half now, since we learned that one of my sons has chemical and fragrance sensitivities. It truly has no smell whatsoever, unlike the castille soaps, which to me have an unpleasant "old oil" smell. It cleans well, and it is a good value. I also have sensitive skin and this soap does not irritate it at all.
My biggest quibble is that it seems to dissolve/get used up a little fast. Even so, it's inexpensive enough that it is still a good value.
I would note also that it is not a moisturizing soap; it is not drying, but it doesn't moisturize much, either. I don't consider this a flaw because it's not sold as a moisturizing soap. I just thought I'd point it out.
Also, it doesn't lather as much as "regular" soaps. Again, I don't think this is a flaw; it just takes some getting used to if you're used to the foaming agents in mainstream soaps.
In conclusion, I highly recommend this soap for people with sensitive skin and those who want to minimize their chemical exposure.
July 20, 2012