Love Rosie by Skinlab Naturals
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CLAIM TO FAME: A skin-repairing soap that cleans, clarifies and whitens

FAST FACTS: Evens out skin tone by fading dark spots, blemishes, and hyperpigmentation; formulated with rosehip seed oil, mulberry root extract, and licorice extract; moisturizes and rejuvenates with coconut oil; keeps skin supple and maintains elasticity; free from parabens and sulfates

PERFECT FOR: Fighting blemishes on the face and body

WHAT YOU GET: (1) bar Love Rosie

For face and body. For longevity, keep soap dry. Use Skinlab Naturals’ Palochina Soap Dish for storage.

Launched on May of 2015, Skinlab Naturals promotes a healthier skincare alternative with beauty products formulated with only premium natural ingredients.

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I love this pink soap

Let me first say that we all have different skin types and our needs really vary. As for me, I love this soap--- "Love Rosie", a perfect name for a pink soap. I have a little ritual in using this soap. First, I scrub the soap gently against my palms and with some water it lathers well and then I scrub the lather in circular motion on my face for about 60 seconds (I usually sing "Bahay Kubo" while doing this). I enjoy the faint scent of bubbles on face. And then rinse. I immediately feel refreshed and my skin is glowing. There are no harsh reactions or negative effects. I also noticed it controlled my oily skin. Overall, I think it's a good soap with no harmful chemicals. It has rosehips, coconut and licorice, all good for the skin.

10 months ago

Didn't really live up to my expectation

In my experience, the skin whitening effect it promises didn't really come through, and I feel it dries out my face too much and causes my face to itch if I use it as a facial cleanser. With that said, it did leave my skin feeling soft and clean if I use it as a body soap. An overall ok soap to use. Might work on other skin types though so it's worth a try.

about 1 year ago