Everything seems to be geared toward the care of the skin. Every time you turn around someone is raving about how some skin beauty product changed their life. They have been fighting acne or some skin condition, and nothing worked to alleviate the problem. Then they stumble onto or read rave reviews about the latest skin care product. They buy it and try it, and it takes care of the skin condition that they thought they would never be able to treat. Other consumers put hope in a product only to be disappointed because it does not work for them. So, unfortunately, their years-long journey to find the right skincare product goes on. Then there are the soaps that are supposed to work wonders for skin conditions. Some soaps make all these grand unrealistic claims that their soap can change your life and turn your skin around in five minutes with just one wash.
You will find reports that will contradict what the company says will do for your skin; other reviews will tell you that the soap does exactly what it says it will do. How do you know you have found a good cleanser that will really treat any skin rashes you may have? The soaps that reflect practical benefits and just matter-of-fact tell you what the soap will do are usually the genuine products. Reviews written about these types of soaps tend to confirm the benefits the company says the soap will give your skin. Let’s find some good soaps that will take care of skin rashes.
Benefits and Uses: The product is free of harmful chemicals, fragrances, petroleum, dyes, thickeners, detergents, and a few other questionable ingredients. The product contains all organic and natural elements. The container looks like it is not very big, but the company compensates for this by claiming the soap is concentrated. You sure hope so when you will pay almost $15.00 for a 12-ounce bottle. It is mild enough to use every day and athletes are encouraged to use it. It said it can be used as a foot soak as well. It is able to treat-fungus, ringworm, athlete’s foot, and many other annoying skin conditions. It will remove body odor as well. It will remove feet, butt, and skin irritation in general. It is said to be able to help with other skin rashes as well. It will alleviate inflamed, irritated, and dry skin. It is rich in nourishing omegas and a cooling mixed mint essential oil. The oil also smells wonderful. So, replace foul body odor with this invigorating mint essential oil scent. It can be used by both men and women as a nourishing soap wash. Some of the ingredients in the product supposedly have been used for centuries to treat skin conditions.
Feedback: The customer says the soap is hard to get a decent lather out of the product. The lather has to be spread on the body by a sponge or towels. The lather cools the body for about a minute but is nothing special. The consumer has oily skin, and the soap seems to remove the top layer of oil. The soap leaves a nice scent for about 2 hours after the shower but again nothing spectacular. The client used the whole bottle so they could write a fair review. As far as treating the athlete’s foot it was absolutely useless. All it did was give the client’s feet a cooling sensation that overrode the standard burning sensation from the athlete foot fungus. Other than that, it did nothing to remove the athlete’s foot from the client’s ailing feet. The client used the whole bottle to try and treat the athlete’s foot, but it did nothing for the fungus. The client developed their own concoction for the athlete’s feet, and it seems to be working for them.
The customer warns that this product could be harmful to the skin. They say to do a test patch on a hidden part of your body. Do this to see if you will have an allergic reaction to the soap. This person disagreed with reviews that said the product was too watery. It was thick enough for them. It smelled good, and they liked the minty smell. They washed their feet with it, and it made the feet feel nice and cool. They proceeded to wash their whole body with the soap and boy do they regret it.
The next day they woke up and did not see but could feel little bumps all over the body. They were on the legs, arms, and stomach. The bumps got so bad they turned red and began to blister like the customer’s skin had a fever. One week later the bumps were still there and began turning pink. They only then started to dry out. This is not to say that every person who uses the soap will have this type of severe skin allergic reaction. This customer did and is honestly warning others to watch out when using this product. This product should not be causing people to develop bumps that blister. There may be some dangerous ingredients in the product. The company said the soap did not contain any harmful chemicals in it. This is obviously not the case.
Another client tried the soap and said it stung and burned their skin. They had to stop using it because of these reactions. They tried it on several ailments, and it did not work on any of the ailments. The person said they were sad they could not use the soap because it had some amazing ingredients in it. I would not say the soap has amazing ingredients in it if it is burning and stinging this person’s skin. It sounds like it has bad elements that do not react well to this person’s skin type. The components, according to the company, are all organic and natural but how can this be when this client’s skin is burning and stinging from using the soap.
Benefits and Uses: The product is supposed to contain the same ingredients that keep the African people’s skin so smooth and soft looking. The company says the soap is a miracle cleanser that will give you soft and beautiful skin. It may give you soft and beautiful skin but by no means is it a miracle cleanser. It does not contain any supernatural elements in the soap. Again, the reviews (some of them anyway) will reflect the true nature of this soap.
They will also tell whether this soap really works or not. The product is fragrance-free and is the perfect skin secret which is very doubtful as well. How can it be a secret when over 350 reviews have been written about the product? It has ingredients that fight free radicals and lock moisture in the skin. It also strengthens existing skin cells to keep the skin healthy and youthful looking. The soap is made of all natural and organic products that will keep the skin looking soft, smooth and blemish free.
The company says the soap is so gentle all your family members can use it including the baby. I am not sure this soap would be gentle or safe enough to use on a baby’s skin. This sounds really suspicious. The company says it will clear acne, whiteheads and pimples, and they guarantee it. You have 30 days to return the soap for a full refund. They will return your money with no questions asked. They are forcing you to write a review so you can get your money back. This sounds suspect and is a bad business practice.
Feedback: The customer proposes that the product will practically work overnight. The customer has very sensitive skin, and they break out when they eat fruits or try different kinds of skin products. This product did not cause any allergic reactions on their skin. They claim the soap got rid of blackheads within the first 48 hours. They claim the soap got rid of pimples that showed up and now their face is relatively free of pimples. They use the product as a body soap, and they are amazed by the results the soap has made on their skin. This sounds like a review that was written because the customer either received the soap for free or they received payment to write a glowing review of the product.
This person has very sensitive skin and breaks out pretty easily. She started using this product and burned and irritated her skin. She kept using it because she didn’t want to waste her money. Eventually, her body got used to it. She doesn’t have stinging anymore, and she doesn’t breakout using the soap. She has an extensive method to lather the soap on her body. She advises others to try her method so they can save money and keep the soap. Her method is too extensive, and it is not worth going through the trouble to save some. If you have to go through that much effort to avoiding breaking out using this soap then is time to look for another soap to use.
This customer likes the soap and has been using it for about year. The consumer is an avid label reader and studies the label of every product she buys. She likes to save money, and she enjoys saving money. She likes the fact, that the company sells the product in 5 lbs bars of soap at a lower price. She goes through a little bar of soap quickly. She cuts pieces off the larger bar of soap. She cuts them into the sizes and shapes she desires. She likes the smell of the soap but hates the fake perfume-like smells of commercial soaps. Actually, there are not a lot of commercial soaps that have a fake perfume smell.
Benefits and Uses: This is said to be handcrafted goat’s soap that will work better than any other soap you have tried. It is easy to use and moisturize the skin superbly. They say that commercial soaps do not work because the chemicals in them rob the body of vitamins and moisture. Their soap contains several vitamins that will moisturize the skin and keep it healthy-looking. It will not burn the skin but will keep it looking soft and smooth. The soap is cruelty-free and is never used on animals. It is paraben-free and has no harmful chemicals in it. The soap will not irritate the skin or dry it out.
The soap is non-comedogenic, and the soap is free of dyes, parabens, and many harmful chemicals. They have a limited 30-day money back guarantee that if your review says that you do not like the product they will refund your money back with no questions asked. This forces a person to write a review if they want their money back. The way it should work is the company should give you your money back whether you write a review or not. You don’t like the product, and you want your money back then you should get your money back.
Feedback: The client has very sensitive skin with cystic acne. She was looking for a natural soap to cleanse her face with. She went to Amazon and found this product. She says the soap does not make her face itch and it calms the itchiness and the dryness. She has extremely oily skin, and this soap really doesn’t help with the oil. After she has washed with the soap her oils begin to seep out of her skin again. This is the only complaint she has about the soap. But she is saying her acne is finally healing. It sounds promising that the soap is helping her skin. She warns that the soap melts very quickly so keep it out of the shower and water or you won’t have any soap left. This customer liked the packaging of the soap. But she was afraid the acid in it would damage the skin on her face. She feels safe using it in the bath. The customer does not like the soap because it feels tacky on her face.
Benefit and Uses: In the product description, there were some customer comments recorded. The client said the soap really helped to clear out the skin of cystic acne and one customer says it stopped the itch in her scalp. The charcoal removes the toxins and excess oil from the skin leaving it squeaky clean. The soap smells like regular soap and not a bonfire. You will not smell like you are on fire. The company says that if you have a problem with the soap, they will do whatever it takes to make it right.
Feedback: The customer says the package he received had three bars of soap individually wrapped. He doesn’t struggle with acne or any blemishes, but he uses the soap because it makes him feel clean and it smells like regular soap which is perfect for him being a man.
Benefits and Uses: The soap product listed no ingredients and it did not say what the benefits were. It is supposed to soothe the skin which does not say much about if the soap is effective or not. Maybe the reviews will tell us of some of the benefits of the product.
Feedback: The customer says the ingredients listed on Amazon for the product do not match what the ingredients actually say on the soap package. The disclaimer on Amazon basically says the ingredients listed on Amazon may be different from the ingredients listed on the product. So, Amazon comes out and tells you the list of components may be different. The customer does not say what the package ingredients were so how is a person supposed to know if they are different or not. The customer listed oatmeal as the first active ingredient and because of it, they will not use the product.
This is the conclusion of the reviews of soaps for skin rashes. As you have read the soaps, contain different types of ingredients to help fight acne, blemishes and a score of other skin conditions. Some customers say the products they used stopped the dry skin from itching and healed cystic acne. For a change, none of the negative reviews really raved about how bad any of the products were.
Updated: September 05, 2018 by Dr. Kimberly Langdon M.D. All medical facts and points stated on this page are correct as of this date. Please be aware that new content and additional references were added in this last update. All the content and media has been uploaded by Lily Greene our webmaster, who is also in charge of page design.