Review: Enfusia Spa Bar

I'd first heard on Enfusia when a vegan friend recommended their Bee Friendly Lip Balm, and I was curious to try other products in the line. Enfusia is made in my current home state, Texas, and is both a vegan and a gluten-free line, which caught my attention. A rep from the company was recently handing out samples of the Spa Bars at my local Whole Foods, so I took them home to test them out.

Pros:
  • Wears down slowly
  • Nice fragrance
  • Leaves skin feeling clean, not dry
  • Simple ingredients
  • Gentle on skin
Cons:
  • May be hard to find locally outside Texas
Summary:
These spa bars were a gentle yet effective soap. While I didn't have a full bar to test, they did seem to wear down slowly, not quickly like some bargain soaps. They had nice scents from "natural fragrances." When I put the ingredients through the EWG Skin Deep database, the soap rates about a low 2. While the Enfusia line seems to be carried in several retail locations, most of them appear to be concentrated in Texas. However, products are available online if you don't have a store near you. If you're looking for vegan and gluten-free bath and body products, especially for gifts, Enfusia products such spa bars are a fun option.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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