Thalgo Delicate Exfoliant Bar 4.4 oz  » Health  »
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  • This eventually led to a friendship with a woman who works in a spa, and I learned a lot about the various products they use and sell
  • I thought about it for a moment, and decided that even though that was still high, it was, after all, probably the only way I was ever going to get to try it
  • I have used shea butter in a variety of products, and have even ordered it as a pure unprocessed butter, so I know it has incredible moisturizing and healing properties for the skin
  • I am torn as to whether I think this bar should cost what it does at regular retail
  • I will just say that if you can find a good deal on it, this is definitely a product worth trying


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      I have a love of bath products and soaps. This eventually led to a friendship with a woman who works in a spa, and I learned a lot about the various products they use and sell. One that she was very fond of was the Thalgo Exfoliate bar. I had never tried it, and did not want to pay the nearly thirty dollars the spa charged for the product.

      I got very lucky when a bar got damaged during an accident where a shelf collapsed. The packaging was crushed, and the pretty, curvily shaped soap had a small chunk taken out of the side. They were unable to return it to the manufacturer, so they sold it at a discount price.

      When my friend found out they were offering


      it for fifteen dollars, she immediately called me and asked if I wanted it. I thought about it for a moment, and decided that even though that was still high, it was, after all, probably the only way I was ever going to get to try it. Even with a chunk out of its side, it was a pretty bar.

      The shape of the bar was similar to a slightly asymmetrical version of a Dove soap bar. Throughout the bar there were little natural exfoliates. The bar had a very mild fragrance.

      I would describe it as fresh and perhaps creamy, like a light vanilla maybe, with a touch of some very faint floral. It was pleasant, but somehow I expected it to be a little more ...


      • exotic or original for the price. The formula does not have detergents like sodium lauryl sulfates.

        It contains gentle cleansers, and also has shea butter and fucus. I have used shea butter in a variety of products, and have even ordered it as a pure unprocessed butter, so I know it has incredible moisturizing and healing properties for the skin. I do not know much about fucus, other than it is a sea weed.

        I tried it out in the shower first. The little pieces contained in the soap were soft and gentle, but were effective still. It makes a great lather, and feels rich and creamy on the skin.

        I have to admit that when I actually used the product, the fragrance

        grew on me, because it was well matched to the texture and gentleness of the soap itself. After the shower, I felt very soft and smoothed. It did not dry out my skin at all.

        In fact, I would say that it was among the least drying bar soaps I have ever used. Someone knew what they were doing when they made this soap. I have tried it on my face also, and as long as it is summer and my skin is not terribly dry, it works fine.

        I am torn as to whether I think this bar should cost what it does at regular retail. I will just say that if you can find a good deal on it, this is definitely a product worth trying.




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