Dr Oz Soap Reviews
Now that you know Dr Oz’s Dryer Sheets & Sunscreen Hair Remedies, what about keeping your skin healthy? Dr Oz shared how different skin types can benefit from different soaps. He highlighted products including Dove Sensitive Skin, Neutrogena Transparent, Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing and more. Find out what’s right for your skin type.
Dr Oz consulted with dermatologist Dr Elizabeth Tanzi for these soap recommendations, tailored to different skin conditions and care needs. They found audience members to test out each of the soaps featured on the show.
Dr Oz Soap: Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar
Audience member Stephanie said she had used the same type of soap for years. But Dr Tanzi said you need to change your soap as you age, because your skin changes throughout life. For people who aren’t into harsh formulations or strong scents, there is the Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar.
Dr Oz Soap: Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar Review
Elise was next. She talked with Dr Oz about her dry skin, observing that the problem seems to get worse with age. She used the same soap her mother had used throughout life.
Dr Oz compared images of normal vs dry skin. Dry Skin can flake and crack, prematurely aging your appearance. The soap remedy for this problem is the Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar, which will keep you clean without stripping away natural protective oils.
Dr Oz Soap: Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar Review
From the audience, a woman named Monica complained about her oily skin, which gets worse when she works out a lot. The Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar has a glycerin ingredient, and it is gentle on your neck and back, according to Dr Oz’s show.
Dr Oz Soap: Pan Oxyl 10% Review
For people with acne, like Tisha, soap should reduce oil and keep pores clear of bacteria. That’s where Pan Oxyl 10% comes in. Dr Tanzi said it’s the first soap she can recommend specifically for acne.
Dr Oz Soap: Noble Formula 2% Pyrithione Zinc Review
Last up was Carmela, who said she has flaky, spotty skin. She’s noticed that spots on her back and head, which have been on her skin all her life, have started to grow and spread. Though Dr Oz said this can be mistaken for a sunburn, it’s actually a skin condition.
It’s called Tinea Versicolor, a type of Yeast Infection that commonly afflicts the chest, back, and abdomen. Though it’s a fungus present in most people, this condition results when people have too much of the fungus in their bodies.
The soap recommended for Carmela’s situation is Noble Formula 2% Pyrithione Zinc.
Have you been using the wrong soap? Will you be switching up your skin care routine after hearing advice from Dr Oz and Dr Tanzi? And what about body wash?