We know that eating our oats can lower cholesterol, boost our immune system, and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, but the heart-healthy whole grain is also good for our skin. In fact, man has been using oats for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties since 2000 B.C. This simple-but-effective bar soap—which cleans and exfoliates while keeping skin hydrated—is a modern take on an age-old solution. Even better, it’s free of parabens, GMOs, and toxins.
How it Works
This 4.25-oz. bar relies on two key ingredients to get the job done. Oatmeal sloughs off dead cells, while soothing itchy or irritated skin. Vegetable-based glycerin is a humectant that attracts moisture, and a skin-identical ingredient that helps maintain your skin’s natural barrier.
How to Use
Lather up, paying special attention to elbows, knees, and other rough patches. Rinse off.
Glycerin, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, Sodium castorate (castor) oil, Sodium hydroxide, Water, Carthamus tinctorius (hybrid safflower) seed oil, Sorbitol
- oatmeal soap contains 20% Natural Oat Flour