Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Dr. Woods Soap Review

Dr. Woods offers a nice selection of natural soaps.  They contain quality ingredients, so you can feel good about using them on yourself and your kids.  Their soaps have no added artificial coloring.  They are PH balanced and never tested on animals.    They offer shea soaps and castile soaps.  They even offer some really great liquid soap products too!  What type would you want to try?

I first tried out the Garden Cucumber Raw Shea Butter Soap!  I just want to say that this soap smells amazing when you open the package.  It smells super refreshing too.  It has a light fragrance and it's not overpowering.  The soap also contains mint leaves.  This is an exfoliating soap that helps get rid of dry flaky skin.  I have been using it and paying special attention to things like my knees, elbows and feet.  These are the places that could really use some gentle exfoliating in the Winter.  The Garden Cucumber Soap from Dr. Woods has done a great job smoothing those areas.  

I also received a bar of Unscented Baby Mild Castile Soap.  I love this soap too!  This is a very gentle and mild soap.  It is great for your little ones or even adults that have sensitive skin.  The soap does a wonderful job gently cleansing.  I really like that it doesn't dry the skin out.  This soap is made with organic oils and I love how it adds some moisture to the skin while it cleanses.

Dr Woods also makes some other really neat products.  I fell in love with their Tea Tree Facial Cleanser.  This is a product that is wonderful for Oily to Combination skin.  It has a super clean and fresh smell.  My skin feels so clean when I wash my face with this.  I love it.  The Tea Tree oil in this cleanser really gets deep down and cleans your skin.  It helps control oil, get rid of blemishes and more.  

These are just a few of the wonderful products that you can find that are offered by Dr. Woods.  You can learn more about their products by visiting their website.  You can also connect with them on Facebook and Twitter too!

Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review.  No monetary compensation was provided.  All opinions are completely my own.  My participation is voluntary.   I am disclosing in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.    

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