Dry Skin Soaps
One of the most common requests that I get is for a soap that will be good for dry skin. All of my soap is gentle and less drying than a typical commercial soap, but here are a few that I especially recommend because they have a higher superfat than my other soaps or because they have ingredients like colloidal oatmeal.
Important update: In the summer of 2013, I began using the "Dry Skin" formula with 20% shea butter for all of my shea butter soaps. So now you may choose from the entire line of shea butter soaps for your dry skin needs!
If you suffer with dry skin, you may also be interested in these products.
"Bathing Fairy" by Musicman30141 of Worth1000.com
Original Dry Skin Soap
This soap is made with a generous amount of shea butter, coconut milk, pure essential plant oils and dissolved silk, and cured for a minimum of six weeks, to make a lovely, naturally-colored soap with dense creamy lather. Despite the Plain Jane name, this is a luxurious - nay, decadent bar of soap I'm confident you'll enjoy using.
Unscented Dry Skin Soap
Goat Milk Soap
This unscented soap is 90% olive oil and 10% avocado oil. Of all of my soaps, this is the only one that doesn't really lather much at all: people who love Castile soaps know that this is part of their gentle appeal. I recommend it to people with allergies to coconut or fragrances, or who want to avoid palm oil. It makes a nice facial bar too.
That Soap That I Like
None of my products is intended for the treatment of any medical condition. Please read labels carefully to avoid any known allergens and discontinue use immediately if any irritation occurs.
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