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Trade in your bar soap for this socially conscious wash. Made in a Brooklyn workshop that employs adults with mental and physical disabilities, it contains just eight natural ingredients—including olive oil, aloe vera, and aromatic essential oils—and is free of parabens, silicones, and other mystery chemicals.
Honestly, this made body feel like I used a bar of soap. My skin felt waxy. I stopped using bar soap because of this exact reason. I used this once and didn't again. It doesn't smell bad or anything it just left a very undesirable feeling on my skin.1
This body wash just was not for me. It doesn't lather well and the scent takes some getting used to.2
I didn't care for this body wash. It didn't seem to lather well and I wasn't crazy about the smell2
Probably the most uncomfortable soap I've ever used. Came out of the shower with dry and itchy skin and no pleasant smell to the soap. If you want to feel and smell like you didn't just take a shower then you might love this, hippies choice!1
For an "all natural" body wash this product lathers up pretty well (I've found most don't) and the sandlewood and ginger smell is a nice way to wake up.4
I love how the soap smells, but it does make your skin and hair feel - I don't know - sticky for a little bit? But still, I like it!4
Plain and simple I will be buying some of this. I thought it smelled great and so does the wife.4
This clean smelling body wash works wonders after all dirt and smells. Its social impact cause adds to the satisfaction of a crisp clean shower.4
I'm not sure what the intent was with this. It's no more special than something anyone could make at home. It's a bag, no special shape or features. Dark inside is not a plus.3
This product was just ok. Wasn't too big on the smell and didn't lather up very well.3