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BunchaFarmers Unscented Soap
Lately, I have been into natural products, especially soaps. And I’ve been using bar soaps a lot more, too. I am pretty partial to one specific company, but I have been trying to broaden myself and try different ones.
I received BunachaFarmers Unscented Soap Manuka and Oatmeal.
The Manuka and Oatmeal Soap Bar consists of saponified oils of Olive, Palm, and Coconut, with Oatmeal as the exfoliate.
There is three BunchaFarmers Soap Scents – Manuka and Lavender, Manuka and Oatmeal, and Manuka and Lemongrass.
BunchaFarmers was started in the summer of 2005, by a group of farmers and local artisans, all from the Greater Toronto Region. Their products are made in Ontario. In addition, they can be found in Canada and the United States.
Normally, I am into scented soaps because I think that is part of the fun of trying a new bar soap out. However, I have to say that the BunchaFarmers Unscented Soap Manuka and Oatmeal pleasantly surprised me. It was a rather bland scent, but it worked so well that I did not even care. The soap left my skin feeling clean and fresh. It was squeaky clean! I feel like my skin stayed “dryer” and did not get as sweaty throughout the day. I did use the BunchaFarmers Unscented Soap on my body and my face and it works really well as an all over soap. The little oatmeal pieces work as scrubbers and remove dead skin from your body. After using the soap, my skin did feel softer and some of the little bumps that I have on my skin had disappeared.
The soap is on the smaller side, so it is easy to hold and you do not have to worry about it slipping from your hands. However, the soap does not last long at all, which is kind of a bummer. For $3.99, it is a score and a soap that I would really recommend. Although, the shipping is outrageous to send to the United States, so if you were able to find the soaps anywhere local or find a deal online, I would snag them up!
You can purchase products from the BunchaFarmers website. They have the soap bars, healing skin creams, laundry products, stain removers, and honey lips lip balms.