Beauty Bees: Adovia Natural Dead Sea Mud Soap Review
Adovia Natural Dead Sea Mud Soap
Specs: Size: 4.4 oz / 125 g
Made in Israel
Claims: Removes dirt and cleanses your skin, while simultaneously infusing it with minerals essential to keeping your skin hydrated and moisturized. Enriched with century old Dead Sea mud, leaving your skin cleansed and nourished Contains a unique combination of Dead Sea minerals derived from Dead Sea Mud 100% All Natural Moisturizing Soap This soap has also been found effective at relieving acne. First impression: The packaging is in the line with the rest of the Adovia line, simple and informative. The bar itself didn’t seem to have any special elements at first appearance other than the Adovia logo. I was weary about the fact it contained sodium laureth sulfate. I don’t use bar soap typically so I was really curious how it might fare in contrast/comparison or as an addition to the mask. Use impression: I have eczema and psoriasis. Eczema on my hands gives me very dry hands in the summer. I was hoping this would help with my hands but figured I would use it on my face since I planned on washing my hands in that process and wanted to see if it would work for both or as an in-between for the Adovia face mask since it is less expensive. In the process, I got some of it in my nose which really irritated my nose. As I mentioned earlier, this product does contain sodium laureth sulfate which is probably the reason for the irritation. Surfacants are typically used for their sudsy effect but can irritate mucous membranes in this process. In this case, I would venture to guess they included it to remove excess dander and plaque build up that is often a symptom of eczema and psoriasis. I have not noticed it has helped with either for me. However, I would recommend using it as spot use for acne because it completely dried up my acne. It really didn’t do anything to help or hurt with my psoriasis or eczema but I’m going to continue to use it and see if it helps. The Final Buzz: $15.75 is a bit steep for a bar soap but I think this could be a pretty successful bar for acne treatment if you can avoid getting it in your eyes or nose. I don’t really like sulfates in my face products if I can help it. Especially when I just read an article on how clay itself can be an effective cleaner. I would rather have no suds with no irritation. This may not be an issue for you. I plan on using it in between using the face mask because I did have success with it in that regard. I have not had success with using it for my psoriasis or ezcema in the short term.
To read my Adovia Dead Sea Mud Facial Mask Review click here.
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