Monday, September 8, 2014

Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash with Nutriummoisture

Dove soap is a name that we all know and trust! Winter time is quickly approaching and this is the time of year that we need to start moisturizing and exfoliating. If we don't, many of us are going to be plagued with rough, dry skin! Dove just sent me a couple of bottles of the Gentle Exfoliating Soap. One I shared with my Mom and one I kept for myself.

"Experience our improved body wash formula, now even gentler, with the rich lather you love. Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash is designed with mild cleansers and NutriumMoisture to provide skin natural nourishment. With exfoliating beads, our gentle formula has a rich lather and smoothes dull, dry skin. "

Mom was very happy with hers, and I was too! First off, the smell is wonderful! It has that typical Dove scent, but also something smells even fresher than the traditional Dove bar (if that is even possible.) This scent is very well suited for men and women, and the exfoliating beads are not too harsh! I have had some exfoliating washes that feel like they are rubbing my sensitive skin off the bone, but this does not at all! It does leave my skin fresh feeling, squeeky clean, and I have not found that I need to moisturize afterwards. My Mom is a little more dry than me, so she still moisturizes but she says that she has definitely felt a different (for the better) in the texture of her skin after using this for a few days! You can purchase a two pack of this body wash for around $10 at Walmart. This is a LARGE 22oz size bottle, that will last a long time, so it is a fantastic deal!

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