FOR YOUR FACE: REGULAR SOAP Vs FACE WASH

June 21, 2019

FOR YOUR FACE: REGULAR SOAP Vs FACE WASH

It is easy to assume that the soap you use to clean your body is safe to use on your face. But why not? Let us take a breakdown of how soap works.

Soap contains detergents designed to remove all dirt and oils; a face wash acts as a cleanser removing dirt but also maintaining oils needed for healthy skin.

Soap meant for your body mess with skin's pH balance. When used on your face, it can create an environment that is perfect for bacteria leading to acne. Even worse, soap can break down the primary purpose of skin, which is acting as a barrier to pollutants. Often other ingredients added to soap can be detrimental to your skin's complexion, fragrances. Often body soaps incorporate scents leading to aggravated skin.

Which leads us to why using a face wash is better. RAAD's Face Wash is excellent because it will purify your skin of dirt, harmful oils, and scrub away dead skin cells, which lead to clogged pores.

Face washes can also assist with healing properties such as correcting dark spots, aging, hydrating itchy skin, and packing a punch with much-needed vitamins and minerals. Face Wash from RAAD is all the above while being cruelty and fragrance-free, perfect for those with sensitive skin.




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