Kiss My Face • Peace Castile Soap Pomegranate Acai • Gels/Soaps
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I also purchased this from Ross and I am super-pleased with this product! My local Ross usually has nice products that get snapped up very quickly, so I was glad to see a bunch of these soaps left. I bought all three remaining bottles and have been using them for everything. I mainly use the soap as my body wash. As someone with dry, eczema-prone skin, this is gentle enough for everyday use. I have used this for my hair as well, but find that it doesn't lather very well. I have use this for hand soap and it's great for that purpose too. Overall, a good, multi-use product, worth the $3 or $4 I spent per bottle!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Dark, Cool Hair: Black, Kinky, Fine Eyes: Brown
I purchased this bottle at Ross for cheap, which I am very glad that I did. My previous experience with liquid castile soaps has been limited to Dr. Bronners and Trader Joe's store brand. Both of the soaps were okay but I had several complaints about each of them. With Dr. Bronners, the peppermint, tea tree oil, and hemp left my skin stripped and dry and the peppermint scent was unmerciful towards my lady parts. I will admit that this soap is pretty good when I am very extra gross and filthy in the humid months but I cannot use it daily. The Trader Joe's version irritated my skin which I believe it is due to the pine oil. Aromatic woods such as pine, cypress, sandalwood, camwood, etc irritates my skin beyond belief and most people think I am being hysterical.
Initially I purchased this liquid soap as an alternative to Dawn to clean my makeup brushes. In that regards, I feel that it does an excellent jobs. I cleaned my gross brushes (I haven't washed this particular set of brushes in over three months but in turn I haven't worn makeup in three months *lol*). It also didn't fray the hairs or make it funky acting, if that makes sense. Usually when my brushes are caked with foundation, I have to preclean it with oil to break up the foundation, then use Dawn and then use a hair conditioner to soften it and replace the natural oils. With this castile soap, I don't have to do all that and it makes the cleansing process quicker for me.
As a face wash, I would have to say that it does a fair job. I have oily, acne-prone and yet sensitive skin. A while back my face and neck was itching like crazy (which I suspect was the Jamaican black castor oil, long story). I cleanse my face with it and it didn't quell the itch, it didn't add to it. It did help dry out some of the active acne. As for my face in general, it does leave my face a bit squeaky clean but it didn't leave my face tight. But I must stress that my face is ridiculously oily, I mean so oily that after an hour of washing my face, my face is a grease pit. So far, I am using this soap every three days to test drive my skin reaction to it and so far it is holding up.
The pomegranate scent is noticeable but it doesn't make me gag. So if you are sensitive to scents, I would proceed with caution. In all, I would repurchase, but it would be for cleaning my brushes and face cleaning as a last resort.