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    Hello all,

    How about recommendations for Body Soaps and Body Washes

    I have been using Paul Mitchell Body Bar on and off for a few years now and honestly haven't found a more refreshing product yet.
    How about you all?
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    I also like the Nivea Energy Body wash

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    I use soap made by a lady that runs a site called Good Earth Spa. She is also on the auction site under that name.

    When I was using the commercial made soap my skin would dry out in the winter. Commercial soap takes the glycerin out of the soap which results in dry skin. They put the glycerin back in to moisturizing lotion and sell you that for an additional cost - great idea if you own the company.

    I buy 10 bars at a time and she throws in free shipping. 10 bars are $30 for the sandalwood, no fancy packaging - just wrapped in paper.

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    CO Bigelow from bath and body works. Lather is fantastic.
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    I really like Mitchell's Wool Fat bar soap.
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    Sponifico verisino, top body soap. I use it on my head hair as well.
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    Sterling soap, I don't really like the shave soap, but the bath gas are really good, I only like the Pig Trail scent though,, Tc
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    For body soap I have just recently (last couple of months) tried Razorock bar soap. And you know what? It's pretty darn good!
    They are also priced relatively well.
    So far my favourite has been Son of Zeus, which is super close to Terre d'Hermes.
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    For years I used any deodorant anti-bacterial soap, Dial etc. ,,, but the past 3 years I had to switch to a soap easier on my skin. I like the soaps from Whole Foods. The milk is the best , it does not dry out my skin.

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    I have very dry skin and Creme de Corps Nurturing Body Washing Cream gives me the best results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cincinnatus View Post
    I use soap made by a lady that runs a site called Good Earth Spa. She is also on the auction site under that name.

    When I was using the commercial made soap my skin would dry out in the winter. Commercial soap takes the glycerin out of the soap which results in dry skin. They put the glycerin back in to moisturizing lotion and sell you that for an additional cost - great idea if you own the company.

    I buy 10 bars at a time and she throws in free shipping. 10 bars are $30 for the sandalwood, no fancy packaging - just wrapped in paper.
    I agree and also use only hand made soaps and shampoos. Besides the glycerin issues a lot of the large producers use some chemicals in their products that you really should try to avoid. Lots of reading material available on this.
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