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September 28, 2014

Adovia Sulfar Soap

- Adovia sulfur soap, is highly enriched with minerals and sulfur from the Dead Sea.
- Your skin's natural moisture levels are balanced and optimized with Olive Oil, Dead Sea minerals and Aloe Vera extract.
- Sulfur has Antiseptic, Anti-Fungal and Antibacterial properties
- This soap thoroughly cleanses your face and body and leaves your skin gentle and smooth.
- Our sulfur soap has a 3% sulfur content.
This soap is specific for Acne prone, oily skin and is not recommended for dry or sensitive skin. 

My Thoughts:
I've had this soap for a few weeks now, and was hesitant to try it at first because in my mind sulfur sounds like a harsh chemical. I was worried how my skin would react to it, so I tried it on a weekend night, just in case. But after looking it up, sulfur is just a naturally occurring element found in nature. This made me feel better AND I'm happy to report my skin didn't react to this at all. My skin tends to be fine with most products but on rare occasion will flare up from a new product. While I didn't notice a difference in my amount of acne after using this product, I will say that a bar of soap lasts FOREVER. We generally go through a bar or soap every 2 weeks between my husband and I, but Adovia bars last a long time. I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. I like bar soap because it does last like you said. I've not heard of this but hope to give it a try if I can find it.


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