Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Posh Bath Products

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I've recently had the opportunity to try several products made by Adovia. So far, I've liked everything I've sampled, including the latest products: Dead Sea Salt Soap and Adovia Mineral Lift Serum. The following are my thoughts about the products.

Dead Sea Salt Soap

The first thing that I noticed about the Dead Sea Salt Soap was its color -- it has a shimmering white color that appeals to me. I like shiny things.

The smell is a regular soap smell; nothing special. It also feels like regular soap to me. However, I did notice that the soap lathers well. 

The directions on the package say that you can use the soap on your face. At first, I was hesitant to do this because body soap usually dries the skin on my face. Surprisingly, the Adovia soap did not make my skin feel dry at all. This made me come to the conclusion that this soap would be good for those who have naturally dry skin.

The soap contains minerals like potassium, sodium, zinc and magnesium. My husband said that he felt as if little gritty particles scratched him when he used it, which he did not like. I never felt the scratchy particles, but my husband is sensitive to this type of stuff.

Mineral Lift Serum

The Adovia Mineral Lift Serum has ingredients like green tea, seaweed, vitamins, evening primrose oil and minerals from the Dad Sea. It's a light serum designed to moisturize, firm and tighten the skin.

While I'm not sure if the serum helped reduce the appearance of any of my fine lines, it did help keep my complexion clear. The serum feels light and absorbs into the skin quickly.

Since this product is a serum, I used a moisturizer after applying it because my skin needed the extra hydration.  

All in all, the product worked as expected.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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