Thursday, December 19, 2013

Dr. Wood's Naturally Soaps Review

Dr. Wood's Soap is made here in the US with the finest ingredients from across the world. They are making a different by doing what is right for you, your family and the Earth as they do not want to be wasteful and rob future generations of Earth's natural resources. 

Dr. Wood's Products are: 
  • All natural 
  • No animal ingredients 
  • No artificial colors 
  • Not tested on animals 
  • pH balanced 
  • Biodegradable 
  • No lauryl/laureth sulfates 
  • Paraben and phthalate free
 Dr. Wood's Bar Soaps

 Dr. Wood's bar soaps come in nine different scents that help you best match your skin's needs. All of the bar soaps are made with Castile soap. Dr. Wood's soaps are very mild, moisturizing and because they originate from Castile, Spain the soaps are vegetable based, containing no animal fat. These bar soaps are versatile and great for everyday use as body wash, facial cleanser, shampoo and even bath soaks. These soaps do not contain any harsh detergents which can strip away your skin's natural moisture and they are rich in Vitamin E which leave your skin feeling naturally soft and clean. Castile Soap contain olive oil which gives it the natural healing properties and the ability to attract  moisture as well as hold it close to your skin to form a breathable layer that prevents moisture loss. 

These bar soaps are available in 5 frangrances, which are; Almond, Baby Mild, Peppermint, Lavender and Tea Tree. They also have 4 other bar soap scents which you can find here

We received the Baby Mild bar of Dr. Wood's Castile soap. It has a very mild clean scent to it and is rather enjoyable. The soap lathers up great on skin as well as on a damp or wet rag. Ezio and Cade both have sensitive skin and eczema. This is the first bar soap I have used on them and it really was not as tough to accomplish as I thought it would be. As I figured, liquid soap must be easier right? I mean you can squirt as much as you would like into your hand and the get everyone of your little chunker chunk rolls nice and clean. Well lathering up my own hands with the Dr. Wood's bar soap and then washing up the boys was just as easy! The only thing I had to do different was to try and keep Ezio away from the bar of soap. I'm not sure why, but he loves to chew on or maybe just eat soap! I hope he doesn't grow up with a potty mouth because at this point he would be gladly eating a bar of soap for cursing and not have a care in the world about doing so. 

Mommy's little helper showing off his new soap!

When I use traditional fragrance body washes on the boys they often end up developing a rash from being sensitive to the fragrance as well as their eczema flaring up. We had none of that with the Dr. Wood's Castile bar soap in Baby Mild. The boys bodies were so soft, just as babies should and I noticed that the slight rough patches that Ezio was starting to get on his thigh and knee were much smoother and softer when he was out of the bath. Jedilynn has also used this bar soap and she says that she really likes it. Even after she got out of the tub after using the bar soap she came to me and rubbed her arm and told me, "Mommy, this soap made my skin model soft!". What a cutie hey?!  She comes up with some the best things! 

I truly like the Dr. Wood's bar soap and would love to try some other scents. Having the Baby Mild to try out first is amazing because the boys usually take a bath just before bedtime, which can be bad if I use a scented soap because then Ezio more often the Cade, will be up all night or most of it just uncomfortable from being itchy. I love our very restful nights with using this soap. 

Dr. Wood's also have other products such as; Organic Oils, Liquid Soaps and Shea Vision Facial Cleansers. 

Twitter @DrWoodsSoap
What is your favorite scent of Dr. Wood's soaps or oils? Do you use natural soaps for you and/or your family? 
Disclosure: I received the above product in exchange for my honest review. All opinions and experiences are 100% my own and may different from those of your own. 

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