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Review of Johnsons Baby Soap

Excellent

“A beautiful soap.”

published 19/12/2010

Nice for babies and all the family.

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...and soft, and smelling of a nice fresh fragrance, this soap it such a good quality it is an amazing bar of soap, it comes in single bars or in a multi pack, I bought the multi pack, it was priced at around £1.45 for 4 - 100g bars, these bars have baby lotion included in the ingredients and also honey to make the skin nicely moisturised for the delicate skins, a bar lasts a very long time, I really like...

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Review of Johnsons Baby Soap

Excellent

Mild; gentle; lightly scented; great value; does not dissolve quickly.

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...I swear by Johnson's Baby Soap. As I have 'problem' skin - as doctors call it because apparently I can't take the truth of 'irritating over-sensitive and untreatably bad skin'! - I have to be careful what soap I use. Johnson's Baby Soap is very very mild. It has a mild scent and foams into a lovely soft lather. Most importantly for me, it is sufficiently gentle that my skin does not react...

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Review of Aleppo Soap

Super

“Syrian Soap”

published 12/08/2013

pure, genuine

big bars

...businesses for over 1.300 years. It's made of olive oil, laurel bay oil, caustic soda (pot ash) and water. No animal fat, foam establishers, perfumes or artificial fragrances. There are some types with added natural ingredients like honey, pure essential oils, dead sea salts, argan oil or red clay. I'll stick to the pure thing. How much of the two oils is used may vary from soap bar to soap bar. Generally...

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