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This is the Jack Bauer of bar soaps. Unlike less manly versions, this exfoliating bar takes a forceful approach to dry and dead skin, sloughing it away with gritty oat bran and kernels. You’ll feel clean and refreshed, ready for whatever the day throws at you.
My husband didn't like the graininess of the bar (prefers non-exfoliating). Love the scent though :-)2
It smells great, but it has this waxy feel to my skin after washing. Doesn't last very long and considering its price tag that alone would dissuade me from buying it.3
The texture of the soap is amazing, and the smell is very pleasant. I was really expecting quite a lot out of this bar soap, but I found it horribly underwhelming. It is too drying on the skin. I notice my skin feeling uncomfortably tight and void of moisture after I get out of the shower. It's like a typical generic bar soap: drying and harsh. I would not recommend this, and I prefer more moisturizing bar soaps for the body.3
A little rough for a teenager, but he's getting used to it.3
It leaves a odd film on your skin. Not greasy exactly but something I am not a fan of. It could be my skin as I am oily. The husband tried it and likes it and he is fairly dry. Nothing wrong with the scent. Just not for me3
Didn't feel like I used soap. Just a lathery substance. Kinda rough. Tossed it in the trash. I hate this kind of stuff in my box.3
This scrub bar does a good job getting you clean but I prefer a liquid to cleanse my body and the abrasive nature is too rough for my skin.3
was not crazy about this soap love the kiehls brand but since I travel alot traveling with a bar of soap is not real practical for me3
I loved this soap lime I have everything I've ever used from Kiehl's product line, but a bar of soap should be able to last more than week in the shower.3
Nothing great. It's called an exfoliating bar, but it should just be called a scratch bar. The chunks of whatever bone-like substance they use doesn't feel like an effective exfoliater. Smell is a bit weird, but that's just my tastes. I'd rather just use a loofa.3