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.

7 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.

9 months ago