Saturday my mommy, friend Heather and I went to a hugemongous craft fair, An Affair of the Heart. I went for one reason, and that was to buy soap, which I did. I'm ready to tell you all about the Soap Lady (Goodies Unlimited)!
This is Aubrey:
This is Aubrey's soap:
This is the luscious smelling rose soap she won't let me buy because my skin is too dry:
So here's the scoop - Oatmeal Head's skin issues are slowly improving for the first time, without prescription drugs. Maybelline's are taking a little longer - her little bumps are much worse than mine were. I'm not itching all the time like I usually do, so I'm not slathering on the lotion anymore. And this is the time of year I usually itch pretty badly, due to dry skin.
The soaps last about a month per bar for me, and it's all I use to get clean. No gel, no anything else. They rinse clean, no residue. Maybelline's impressed that they rinse out of her shower scrubby quickly and thoroughly. Oatmeal Head hasn't complained about the scent, which is actually high praise for a 15 year old male who's on the prowl.
See the Everything Balm?
I haven't purchased any yet, but I'll probably go online this weekend and get some for Maybelline, see if that speeds the clearing up process. It's supposed to be great for skin issues, like psoriasis and eczema. And cracked heels and elbows.
No, I don't get any kickbacks for blogging about Aubrey's soaps. I just squishy heart them. She does what she does because she believes in her product, initially developing the soap for her teen daughter with skin issues. I believe in her product, too. And I just want to share the love!
Until I write again ...