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6/4/10 4:22 A

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Okay so I got...Clearly Natural Glycerine Soap. I got 2 kinds Cucumber and Vitamin E.
I gotta say they are pretty nice. My skin feels nice and smooth. One thing I noticed right away was that my skin didn't feel all tight like it does with regular soap. Because I have a skin condition (Rosacea) I have to be real careful with ingredients, some make me itchy, others dry me out. But these worked nicely no complaints. I also like it because the ingredients say,"Cucumber, Glycerine" that's it. nothing else...lol. Can't get much plainer than that. The price is nice as well they were $2 something each. Not bad.
But wow BLACKANDI, I went and checked out those LUSH bars and I gotta say.....Y U M!!! those look awesome!
I'll have to check them out for ingredients...but they look awesome! Kinda pricey...but, I may have to indulge a bit...lol..
LAURAG71, I almost grabbed the Dr. Bronner's one to try... but the old/medicinal look of the wrapping scared me off...lol. I think I'll try that next time I go.
Thanks for all the tips.

http://www.clearlynaturalsoaps.com

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5/25/10 8:17 P

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I use Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps Pure-Castile Soap, All-One Unscented Baby-Mild. I like the unscented but they have different scents - lavender, peppermint, hemp almond..... I just search online when I run out to find the cheapest prices. They sell them at Whole Foods too.

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5/24/10 10:31 A

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I buy A LOT of bar soaps from Lush. But Lush can be very expensive as they charge by the pound. They say that everything is natural in their soaps and what not, but I've read a lot of words in their ingredients lists that I can't even pronounce, but that doesn't mean anything. I haven't done any research. It smells good therefore I just use it.

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5/24/10 2:19 A

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Hmmm... good question. I use bar soap on my arm pits only! lol! Everything else gets something with creamy ribbons or oatmeal and shea butter. emoticon emoticon
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5/24/10 1:58 A

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Cleaning up my diet is going so well, it's really becoming a snow ball effect and I'm so excited for that! I'm thinking of changing out my bathtub bar soap...any suggestions for a somewhat comparable priced clean bar soap?




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