GIA BATH AND BODY WORKS OATMEAL MILK AND HONEY SOAP REVIEW
Hey everyone! I am reviewing he Gia Bath and Body Works soap Oatmeal Milk and Honey soap. I had been meaning to do this review for a long time but I misplaced my SD card where the pictures off the soap were stored and I had long back used and finished the soap. Thankfully I found my SD card. Yay!! So now for the review.
A little bit about Gia Bath and Body Works.
A little bit about the brand: Gia Bath and Body Works is a brand committed to making Handcrafted Luxurious treats to pamper your skin. We make exquisite Handcrafted bathing bars and skin care products In small batches while carefully choosing our ingredients and creating attractive body treats with unique designs and textures.
Our Soaps are packed full of fine ingredients, such as Liquid Silk, Fresh Cream, Colloidal Oatmeal, Goats Milk and precious oils of Virgin Olive, Virgin Coconut, Avocado, Jojoba, Sweet Almond and Castor Bean. Creamy butters like Cocoa, Avocado, Mango and Shea.
None of our products contain harmful chemicals or fillers to bulk out products, They do not contain any SLS, SLES, preservatives or hardeners. just the raw Natural & Pure ingredients.They are suitable for most skin types.
I had become more of a shower gel person but thanks to the handmade goodies I am now addicted to these. Oatmeal Milk Honey soap has a combination of products that all work well for dry/and mature skin.
The soap is gently exfoliating and moisturizing as well. Its gentle on the skin. The soap doesnt lather up too much but nonetheless cleans up the dead skin well.
I like how my skin feels soft and supple after using this soap. The best way to use these handmade soaps would be to cut them into small chunks and then use one at a time, to increase the longevity of the product.
My hydration deprived skin loves this soap. I have been using and loving some of the other products from Gia Bath and Body Works too. The review of them shall follow suit. You can find Gia Bath and Body Works on Facebook.
Until next time…
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