Bars of soap are old school, not to down play bar soap, but it’s all about the body wash these days. Each person has a preference in what they like to wash with, so we created a luxurious hydrating body wash. When picking one out, it’s often the scent that seals the deal, because who doesn’t want to smell absolutely wonderful all day long. So we offer a variety of scents, even a scent-free option!
The question I get most often is, "What's the difference between a body wash, a body gel and bar soap?" sounds like the beginning to a bad joke. No joke with these cleansers though! Both gel and wash are liquid cleansers used on the body, the main difference between the two is textures. The shower gel has a gel-like consistency, while body wash is more like creamy, liquid soap. The formulation process is what makes the difference, body washes are more generally more moisturizing and hydrating than shower gels. Now bar soap, it's basic, cleansing and has a ton of different formulas to choose from. All 3 are a great choice to scrub off the dirt and feel squeaky clean.
HOW TO USE: Give the bottle a quick little shake. Apply small amount (too much can leave you feeling greasy or unclean and dry out skin) of body wash to a loofah or wash cloth. (it's not recommended to just rub onto skin, you wont get all the dirt off) Get the loofah or cloth wet with warm water and gently scrub onto wet skin. Once you've finished, rinse off, be sure to rinse loofah/cloth out thoroughly.
TIPS/INFO FOR BODY WASH
- Body wash and loofahs were made for each other. Use a loofah to get a good lather and it’ll help scrub away dead skin cells and grime.
- Body wash is meant for your body! It should not be applied to the face as it may cause drying or clog pores.
- It's hydrating, however, that doesn’t mean skip the moisturizer. Many body washes do contain moisturizers, but with the added cleansing agents, it's not always enough to prevent or treat dry skin. If you suffer from dry skin, follow up with a moisturizing lotion after your skin is completely dry. Try a B's Bath whipped body butter!
- It’s more hygienic than bar soap. Soap is often shared between people, and left laying in showers collecting bacteria. So for the germaphobes out there, body wash is your best bet. Although body wash stays cleaner than bar soap, it won’t actually get you cleaner.
Keep out of reach of children. Safe for age 5+. For external use only, not recommended for use on face. Store in a room temperature area until ready to use. Keep out of direct sunlight.