Cetaphil Antibacterial Gentle Cleansing Bar Soap
This is a product I set out not thinking I’d like, but I ended up loving. I bought this Cetaphil Antibacterial Gentle Cleansing Bar Soap for use on my face after having a mole removed last year, because that’s what my dermotologist told me to do. And I was annoyed because I’d have to get a soap dish for it and try to figure out a way of keeping it in the shower without it just melting. But after I got over those initial annoyances, I realized that I really like this soap. See, I like the foaming action of a soap–the regular Cetaphil (and many other popular brands) does not suds up, and even if it is only an academic distinction, I feel like without soap suds, I’m not getting clean. This stuff leaves my skin soft and clean, without being dried out. And this bar soap costs like $4 for a year. Score!