Written by Jessica Moy.
How to find the best bar soap (yup, you read that right) for your skin type
Question of the day: Do you prefer bar or liquid soap? While both effectively wash dirt, bacteria and oil off your skin, bar soap is the reigning champion when it comes to being more environmentally friendly, concentrated and generally cheaper in price.
Why else are bar soaps oh so good? They are typically made with fats, oils and require less energy to produce, while liquid soaps are watered down, contain detergents and produce 20 times (!) more packaging. If that doesn’t convert you to team bar soap, we don’t know what will.
Before you start stacking any ol’ bar soap into your cart, note that not all are made the same. There are different types for dry, sensitive, acne, aging and oily skin. We’ve rounded up five types of bar soaps that uniquely target various skin conditions so you can find the right one for you.
Jessica Moy features our Herbal Bars for aging skin...
Aging skin: Herbal bars
Since herbal bars are all natural, your skin can really soak up the goodness from mother earth. Look for ones containing sandalwood, a scent that can uplift your mood and wards off wrinkles and saggy skin.
Cascadia Sandalwood & Vanilla Herbal Bar Soap (The Cascadia Soap Co., $4.50)
We are super excited to share this article featuring Cascadia's Herbal Soaps in FASHION Magazine :-)
For the direct link to this article, click here.