Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Adovia natural sulfur soap: Reviewed

I do not use many cleansing products on my face since I mainly oil cleanse, however I do like to use mud masks, charcoal soaps, and sulfur soap occasionally. I only use these items if they are all natural and sulfate free with no chemicals in them. I had the opportunity to try another Adovia product, this one was their sulfur soap. This soap has few ingredients and what those that it contains are natural. The bar is 4.4 oz and contains minerals and sulfur from the Dead Sea. Before I switched to the oil cleansing method, my face would break out a few times a week and I would treat it with sulfur based spot creams and masks. My skin would always clear up after a few days of using the sulfur. The bad part would be that they always smelled like rotten eggs. This Adovia soap does not offend, it actually smells nice.

I like using this soap as it is very gentle and the Aloe Vera and Olive Oil moisturize and heal skin while the 3% sulfur helps clear up skin conditions such as Eczema and Acne. For those who are new to using sulfur on their skin, you should work your way up to using it. It does sometimes dry out skin that is not used to it. I like to use this 1-2 days a week. I use a Konjac sponge daily in the shower for exfoliation and deep cleaning (no soap or cleanser). At night I oil cleanse my face. I am completely sulfate free. This soap thoroughly cleanses my skin and does irritate me. My husband has used this as well and he likes it too. He has used my sulfur spot treatment creams in the past, however always complained about the smell. Since becoming sulfate free, I use my sulfur spot cream about once every 4-6 months. Now I do get an occasional small blemish sometimes once or twice in a 2 week period, however, they usually are gone the next day. My skin's main concern is blackheads as I have extremely lard pores. :(

This soap is great, and I like it a lot. Adovia does not disappoint. The bar will last me a while, I have had it a month and still have over half. The photos below are of my new unused soap before I tried it. I am not a fan of taking pictures of used misshapen soap, and you probably don't like seeing it either. Here is my soap while it was still it its glory days. What a beauty!


80% Palm/ 20% Palm Kernel oil, Dead Sea Salts Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Deionized Water (Aqua), Sulphur, Olive Oil, Aloe Vera, Sodium Chloride, Dead Sea Black Mud (Silt).

For more information on Adovia Sulfur Soap:

Sulfur Soap with Dead Sea Salt by Adovia

Adovia Sulfur Soap

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