Thursday, November 6, 2014

Review: Acure Superfruit + Cirtus Argan Oil Bar Soap

No matter how many fancy body washes, shower gels, or scrubs I try, I always go back to bar soap. Bar soap is a great, simple cleansing product that helps me keep my showers shorter and conserve water. It is indispensable, yet somehow hard to get just right. Acure Organics has a great bar that doesn't wear down too fast or too slow - it's just right. It's called the Superfruit + Cirtus Argan Oil Soap.

  • Yummy fruity scent
  • Non-drying
  • Mostly organic
  • Doesn't wear away too quickly
  • Retail availability
  • Over $5 per bar
This bar soap has a great scent - a citrus mixed with other essential oils like bergamot, rosemary, and lemongrass. It is a fun yellow-orange color, and has a waxy consistency. It is a non-drying formula and worked well for shower use (during my trials).

This soap contains mostly organic ingredients. It rates a low 1 EWG Skin Deep database, with no objectionable ingredients. Acure is a fantastic company that is both eco- and socially-conscious. While their products are a little more expensive, they typically explain why. For example, Acure claims their soaps are cured "over 4-6 weeks. This allows healthy fats to be retained and excess water to separate out...The result is a bar with retained glycerine and complete oils, for a rich lather that provides a lotion-like effect on the skin when cleansing."

If you're looking for a great everyday soap, this is a great gluten-free and vegan option.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


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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