Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap

Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap (available here) - $16.50 

Seaberry Exfoliating Soap gently buffs away dry, dull skin while cleansing the body to even skintone and reveal a radiant glow. The nourishing formula is fortified with seaberry oil, a powerful antioxidant rich in omegas that restores and softens the skin. Natural exfoliants of cranberry, bamboo, and bitter orange help diminish dehydrated skin, while shea butter nourishes and hydrates. Triple-milled to last longer, it produces a rich, non-drying lather for a luxurious cleansing experience.

Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients

After a rather positive experience with the Fresh lip balms, I wanted to try out more products from Fresh skincare/bath and body products range.  One product I have been using for a nearly month now is the Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap.  I love a good body scrub but am too lazy to put in even the minimal effort that a proper body scrub requires.  Exfoliating soaps are my short cut solution - not as effective but something is better than nothing, isn't it?

Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients
Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients
Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients
Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients

The first thing I noticed about the Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap is the size - the bar is quite huge, and while I did initially find it quite luxurious, I had to later, quite reluctantly, chop it into 2 much more manageable halves!  The soap has bits exfoliating particles - orange, cranberry, bamboo - scattered throughout.  It has a mild, pleasant smell and easily works up a soft lather.  The exfoliating bits tend to be a bit scratchy, but being dry skinned, I just find scratchiness quite satifying :P  I do think those with sensitive skins might want to use a generous amount of water to ensure the bar doesn't get too scratchy.  The soap washes off easily, and while I would never go so far as to call any soap moisturizing, Fresh Seaberry Soap definitely is one of the most nondrying soap I have tried.

Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap - Ingredients

Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap Bath Body Products Skincare Reviews Blog Organic Natural Ingredients
Fresh Seaberry Exfoliating Soap - Ingredients

I really cannot find a fault with this soap.  It provides a gentle amount of exfoliation that works perfectly for daily use, and it doesn't dry out my already very dry skin.  I do have to follow this up with a moisturizer, though normal skins may be able to skip the step.  I would definitely repurchase whenever I manage to finish this bar!

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3 comments:

  1. I'm not dry skinned yet I also find the "scratchiness of exfoliating soaps quite satisfying"....rofl..I know I would be thinking about this sentence everytime I use an exfoliating soap...and probably laugh like an idiot in the bathroom....

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  2. :D :D :D :D :D I should get one of those back scratching brushes too, and then I will stay in the bathroom only forever :D

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    1. haha..ya get one..They're highly addictive ;)

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