Lowila Sensitive Skin Soap-Free Bar is Back!
If you have sensitive skin, soap can be drying and irritating. Lowila Care is recommended by dermatologists.
What actually sets it apart from other cleansers that address dry or itchy skin is that it is soap-free which means that it works to hydrate skin more so than bar soaps do, making it ideal for anyone with skin sensitivities. The product can be used on both body and face and if you or your friends have babies...it works on them too! Who doesn't love a win, win?
Lowila is ideal for those who suffer from dry or irritated skin conditions such as eczema. In fact, here are some stats we thought you might find of interest for you or your loved ones:
- Atopic dermatitis is a chronic (long-lasting) disease that affects males and females at the same rate.
- Although it may occur at any age, it often begins in infancy or childhood.
- Though it's difficult to determine exactly how many people have eczema - since many never seek a formal diagnosis - it is estimated that 10-20% of infants and children experience symptoms of the disease and, of those, 60% continue to experience symptoms well into adulthood.*
Lowila has been reintroduced by Ranbaxy (it used to be made by Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.). The Environmental Working Group's hazard score rating for this product is six, but that was for the old bar. The ingredients list has changed; however, I would not consider this a natural product (nor does it claim to be), although some of the ingredients are derived from beeswax and coconut oil. It is vegan and contains no artificial colors or fragrances, which are often the most toxic ingredients in beauty products.
Lowila has not signed the Compact for Safe Cosmetics.
Disclosure: I was sent free samples of these products to review. No prior assurances were given as to whether the review be positive or negative.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at January 28, 2011 1:40 AM