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Skin Care Review: Basis sensitive skin bar

by Alicia Brewer, Mesa, AZ USA

My husband and I (mid-40's one with dry-normal skin and the other oily) read about Basis in Perricone's The Wrinkle Cure...I think. If not, it was in another dermatologist's book.

Basis is a very gentle bar soap, with chamomile and aloe vera, and no fragrances, which appeals to both my husband and me (I intensely dislike the cloying smell of Dove).

Basis is formulated for sensitive skin and we have used it daily for a few years. I don't feel any residue and the skin feels nice and clean after use. We generally put moisturizer on our face immediately afterward cleansing (we live in the desert) but the few times I've neglected to do so, my face did not feel dried out.

Another nice thing is that Basis is very inexpensive and can be found at your local drugstore!


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