• Rachel Loechelt

Skin Care Products Estheticians Swear By! (Part 4)

Grandpa’s Soap

Alright, I’m hyped for this stuff. You know when you find a product that’s super awesome and affordable that nobody really knows about, yet you swear by it? That to me is “Grandpa’s Soap”. I’m freaking obsessed with it.

This is a very inexpensive soap you can find online or at places like Sprouts. ($4-$5) I got this recommendation from an esthetician instructor at my school that was wildly successful in what she did. She had her own laser spa and was a lover of all natural products. When I asked her for recommendations, she swore by this brand. At first, I didn’t know how to feel about a “bar of soap” as a face wash. Usually, people tell you not to use bars of soap on your face, or in general… Well, I think that’s referring to dial or dove bars of soap. They can be very stripping and drying to the face. This bar of soap is made for the face. When I was near the ending times of my acne, I used the sulfur soap to clear the rest up. Sulfur is really beneficial for your skin, especially if you have acne.

Face cleansers can be pretty expensive. Do yourself a favor and head to your local sprouts and find these bad boys. They’re very cheap, all natural, lasting, and top pure ingredients.

 Ideal for skin prone to acne and inflammation, this treatment soap harnesses the healing properties of natural sulfur to prevent and eliminate breakouts, blackheads and excess oil.

Soothing and smoothing organic rolled oats and colloidal oatmeal along with calming chamomile flower extract gently exfoliate and soften skin to replenish its healthy glow.

Pure epsom salt and baking soda work double duty to remove even the most challenging dirt, grease and grime and leave skin feeling cleansed and soothed.

The astringent property of organic witch hazel is enhanced by relaxing lavender in a mild formula that gently tones and rejuvenates.

Steam-activated charcoal, paired with vitamin-rich organic hemp and mint oils, draws out dirt and toxins to free up congested pores and restore clarity to oily and combination skin.

The purifying power of rose clay works in harmony with refreshing rosemary oil to lift away impurities and restore balance to oily and combination skin.

Organic buttermilk matches perfectly with skin-loving organic shea butter and honey to soften, moisturize and nourish dry, sensitive skin.

The smoothing blend of organic cornmeal, pumpkin seed and sunflower seed oils sloughs away dead skin while spearmint oil renews and invigorates.


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