Body wash vs Bar soaps
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Body wash vs Bar soaps

Regular body washes moisturise the skin, leave a newness and aroma that endures the entire day

Body wash vs Bar soaps

Who doesn’t enjoy a long and refreshing nice bath? Well, everybody does! But the right cleanser will make your bath fabulous. Regular use of body washes moisturises the skin and leaves a newness and aroma that endures the entire day. Compared to bar soaps, a body wash has a smoother and hydrating formula that makes the skin glowing, hydrated and soft.

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Let’s know why body washes are better than bar soaps!

What is bar soap?

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Bar soaps come in the shape of a solid bar. Soaps can dehydrate your skin. It's probably because bar soap comprises sodium lauryl sulfate, a harsh surfactant that can strip your body's natural oils. You may feel your skin tight after a wash. Not all bar cleansers are made something very similar, however. Indeed, there are various kinds of bar cleansers, some of which are less drying than others. But mostly, bar soaps tend to dehydrate your body by removing the natural oil from your skin’s surface.

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What is a body wash?

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The body wash is a liquid cleanser; it helps remove dirt and moisturises your skin compared to bar soaps. Body washes are better than bar soaps because soaps can be harsh to your skin. Since it can dry out your skin, body washes are milder and safer for your skin. They are nourishing and hydrating. Almost all body washes have oils that keep your skin smooth and lock your moisture for the entire day.

Types of body wash for your skin type

Similarly, the body washes you use will rely upon your skin type. There are four standard skin types - oily, natural, sensitive, and combination. The ideal approach to discover which skin type you are and which body wash is perfect for you is to try. Look out for the right ingredients for your skin type.

Look out for small bottles or samples and if it blends perfectly with your skin, then go for the full-size bottle and enjoy your regular bath in luxury.

How to use a body wash?

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Loofah is the ideal approach to apply body washes to get a frothy foam, a pea-size drop would be enough for each shower. A loofah helps in removing the dead skin on the upper layer of the body.

Wash every part of the body appropriately for something like 15 seconds. They work as an antibacterial agent. It’s recommended to rub body washes with the help of loofah on the skin for a good second to eliminate all the germs before washing the body.

Having a nice shower is essential, and with the right cleanser, it could be relaxing! It will boost your mood and will also make your skin glowing and healthier.

MapleX  Naturals
MapleX Naturals
817 Days Ago
Insightful pointers on the differences between a body wash and soap bar.. both have their pros and cons, and basiclly the usage sometimes depends on the users comfort...