I don’t like to write about a product until I’ve tried it for at least one month. I started testing this soap in June 2011. Dr. Bronner’s soap has really helped my eczema. My dermatologist had always told me, that it is best not to use any actual soap products on my sensitive skin and certainly nothing with fragrance. For years he told me to use a non-soap cleaning bar like Dove for Sensitive Skin. I have also tried Cetaphil Cleansing Bars, and Purpose and Basis soaps, they all irritated my skin to some degree.
A reader suggested I try Dr. Bronner’s soap for my Eczema. Her daughter who had terrible eczema had used it with great success. I decided to test Dr. Bronner’s soap for a month and I’m still using it in January 2012. . . [read full blog on my Allergy Comfort Zone web site.]
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