DHC Pure Soap | 2.8 Oz. Net Wt

by DHC

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Pure Soap helps to control sebum and dissolve impurities without compromising skin’s natural moisture. Antioxidant-rich olive fruit oil fends off signs of aging and aloe leaf juice lightly hydrates and soothes. Nourishing fatty acids soften without cloggin

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Mary G.
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 6
365 reviews
This is my absolute favorite bar soap for a double cleansing routine. It is extremely gentle! I use this after using their cleansing oil to remove my makeup. I have use this soap for years and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!
This is my absolute favorite bar soap for a double cleansing routine. It is extremely gentle! I use this after using their cleansing oil to remove my makeup. I have use this soap for years and I don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!
Kelli H.
Oakland, CA
7 reviews
I’ve used this soap for over 20 years. It is the only thing that keeps my combination skin in check and blemish free
I’ve used this soap for over 20 years. It is the only thing that keeps my combination skin in check and blemish free
Alison M.
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
76 reviews
Extremely gentle and mild, washes off completely leaving zero residue, Pure and natural ingredients
Extremely gentle and mild, washes off completely leaving zero residue, Pure and natural ingredients
Clara J.
Abita Springs
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
36 reviews
I use to use this when troubled by breakouts. How dhc products have cleared up my skin so well I no longer need it and have moved on to mature skin products. Absolutely loved it when I needed it
I use to use this when troubled by breakouts. How dhc products have cleared up my skin so well I no longer need it and have moved on to mature skin products. Absolutely loved it when I needed it
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