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A rip off!!!

Posted on Oct 12, 2011

20 people found the following review helpful

Sorry, but I have to say I feel like a fool for paying $21 for this! I had read some of the other reviews that said it was small, but this is ridiculous! Small is an understatement! There is literally about a tablespoon in this thing. This company is laughing all the way to the bank! Having said that, I know the benefits of honey for the skin. I use a honey face scrub every night. But, do yourself a favor and look at Y.S. organic royal jelly and honey, its $20 for 24oz of basically the same thing!

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No lanolin!

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

27 people found the following review helpful

I wish I had read the ingredients better before I purchased this. Zinc & sulfur are good for acne prone skin, however lanolin is NOT! It is a pore clogger, they might as well add mineral oil too. This actually made my skin worse. They need to get rid of the parabens also. Won't purchase again and it is going in the garbage.

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Best Tea Tree soap

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

7 people found the following review helpful

This keeps my oily, acne prone skin clear & soft without overdrying. I was using Dessert Essence face wash, also w/tea tree oil and it was literally ruining my face. But I didn't want to give up on tea tree altogether. I realized it was the concentration that was making my skin irritated and therefore worse! Dr Woods doesn't contain as much tea tree oil and lacks other oils that are in the Dessert Essence. Too much of a good thing can be bad! I use Dr Woods Peppermint soap for my body. It's heavenly! Your skin tingles and doesn't over dry. No problems w/acne anywhere since using both!

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Best EVER!

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

3 people found the following review helpful

I have oily, acne prone skin (@38) and live in Fl, where it's hot & humid most of the time. I use this twice a day, after I wash my face with Dr Woods Tea Tree Oil castile soap. This combo keeps my face clean, soft, not oily and no more breakouts!

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Horrible!

Posted on May 20, 2009

2 people found the following review helpful

I started using this soap and went from having a few blemishes to my face turning into a mess within a week! I had more breakouts than I have ever had in my life (at 38!) My skin was red and irritated and felt terrible. Be aware that not everyone can use sulfur, and apparently I am one of them! I also felt nauseous while using it and had a terrible metallic taste in my mouth.

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Just OK-

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

1 person found the following review helpful

I don't think this is worth the price. It's just OK- I have used Dr Woods & Dr Bronner's soaps for years, which are 3 times the amount for less money. I really can't stand the smell of this either, it lingers for hours after you shower. I don't know if it's the shea butter or the black soap or what, but I can't get used to it.

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So so

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

This concealer really didn't do much for me. I like the idea of it being natural, but it doesn't have enough pigment in it to really cover anything.

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Not bad

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

This took some getting used to. I have always used a mineral powder makeup, so to me this looked more mask-like, even though it says "light coverage". I found that if I applied it with a makeup sponge, I could blend it better. I do like the fact that it's unscented, oil free (not greasy at all) & natural, so I didn't have any adverse reactions, since I have very sensitive skin.

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