Thursday, October 2, 2014

Review-Adovia Sulfur Soap for Acne, Blackheads and Oily Skin with Dead Sea Salt Minerals*

Hey All!  I received this product from Tomoson to test out.  I've heard a bit
sulfur soaps, especially for problem skin so I was more than willing to try this out.
Product Description
Adovia natural sulfur soap is highly enriched with minerals curated from the Dead Sea. The sulfur soap however, when used on a gradually increasing level, does not cause dry skin as it is infused with lush Olive Oil and Aloe Vera, as well as sought-after Dead Sea minerals. Softly yet thoroughly cleansing skin with 3 percent sulfur content old skin cells are removed and pores are unclogged. Harmful impurities and oils can embed themselves into the deepest levels of our epidermis and this is one of the best sulfur soaps on the market to target and dissolve them. To help keep skin supple and hydrated, Adovia Sulfur Soap is also packed with Palm and Palm Kernel Oil as well the already mentioned Olive oil and Aloe Vera. That said, it is still recommended to start using this soap slowly so your skin can adjust to the healing sulfur that is not in more common soap products.

80% Palm/ 20% Palm Kernel oil, Dead Sea Salts Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Deionized Water (Aqua), Sulphur, Olive Oil, Aloe Vera, Sodium Chloride, Dead Sea Black Mud (Silt).
This soap is specific for Acne prone, oily skin and is not recommended for dry or sensitive skin. 
So even at my age (somewhere on the other side of 35) I still break out here and there. I've used different moisturizers over the years with Dead Sea minerals that I've really liked so I'm surprised that I hadn't considered using a bar soap with some of the same ingredients.  The fact that sulfur was listed first in the description had me a little bit worried about the smell.  Those fears were definitely unfounded.  It has a very mild fragrance that is familiar but I just can't place.  For the past 2 weeks I've been using this soap at night to help remove traces of makeup that my cleaning clothes don't remove and instead of my usual cleanser. In using the soap itself I found that it didn't leave my face feeling tight and dry like many bar soaps for acne prone, oily skin do, which was a very good thing. So far I have noticed some improvement to my complexion.  I mainly have a problem on my forehead with those teeny tiny little bumps that linger.  I have noticed that they are not as many nor are they as noticeable as before.  I had taken some before pictures but sadly my SD card became corrupted and I lost all of my photos.  Overall I really did like that the soap worked specifically for me and I did see some improvement.  I can't say how it will work for those that have regular breakouts or more severe acne.
You can order Adovia's Sulfur Soap at

*I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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