She had been gifted some products from them, and loved them so much she’d bought more products herself.
As both a blogger and a consumer myself, when someone purchase a product they’ve been gifted before, you know it’s a true testament of how much they truly loved the product.
So, when Dirty Skincare Co reached out to me to collaborate, it was a no brainer! Despite the fact that I had never before paid any interest to the type of soap I use; I was excited to try!
I trusted Hiuy, and so I had high hopes that I would enjoy the brand as well.
Dirty Skincare Co sent me their full range of soap bars- Raise The Bar. There are 6 of them in the collection.
The first soap bar I tried was the ‘Lavender and Rosemary’.
I love the smell of lavender, and I’m personally someone who showers at nights so having a calming scent like this is always a nice addition to my ‘wind down’ routine.
The soap had a lovely fragrance, but was gentle on my skin. Nothing bad to report here!
The next soap I tried was the ‘Coffee Scrub’.
I really want to try to use a coffee scrub more often, and I even have one sitting in my shower, yet I either 1) forget to use it or 2) hesitate when using it because of how harsh it feels on my skin.
Having a scrub in a bar made it super convenient to use on my body, it wasn’t messy in my shower and it wasn’t harsh on my skin.
Soap is nice, but I feel like it is almost all much of a muchness- however this coffee scrub soap was a somewhat revolutionary addition to my shower routine and I would definitely consider repurchasing this.
They were so generous to send me all 6 soaps, but as you can imagine, when using them just once a day and to use up the whole product would take a while. So, for the sake of this review, I’ve only tried three soaps, each for a few days.
The third soap I’ve tried, is the ‘Pink Clay’ soap.
I feel like people are scared when they hear of ‘soap’ – it has connotations of being stripping and unpleasant… but the actual ingredients of these soaps containing nourishing oils such as rose and ylang ylang.
Like with the coffee scrub, I don’t often use clay face masks because they can be messy. (Not that this soap is a mask!)
But being able to use this pink clay in the shower was really convenient.
I’ve never used a soap like this, but I did really enjoy it. The website suggests using it for a gentle skin detox and I feel like that is certainly what was achieved.
Since writing this review, we’ve put the ‘Coconut and oatmeal’ soap in the bathroom to use to wash our hands.
I have eczema prone skin on my hands and so I hate washing my hands because of the tight, uncomfortable feeling it leaves me with.
This soap however feels almost milky and nourishing, rather than stripping, so when combined with warm water, my hands don’t feel dry.
If you’re looking for a new Aussie business to try out, I’d definitely suggest you begin with Dirty Skincare Co. I enjoyed trialling some of their products (and will continue to trial) but they also have other products such as Bath Soaks!
Thank you to Dirty Skincare Co for gifting these products to me – it was my pleasure to support an Aussie biz. Shop here.
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