Bathroom blogging : Toilet soaps

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This is everything that I latch on…  toilet soaps. I have been longing for to write about Lifebuoy, Camay and Liril. Have you got to get with thee stuff. (Read Bathroom blogging part II here)

International Camay natural, beauty soap- one of my personal favorite, is a product from Jakarta, Indonesia. Imported by Procter and Gamble (S) Pte Ltd, Thomson Road, Novena Square, Singapore.

Lifebuoy, a quality product from Unilever, comes in many form. Lifebuoy Gold Care, made from 100% vegetable oils, is for balanced germ protection and is to be used twice daily for balanced all day protection from germs, mild and gentle on skin. New Lifebuoy natural with neem and tulsi says to be 100% better germ protection toilet soap eliminating infection, body odor and acne.

Medimix, a real ayurvedic soap with 18 herbs, is effective for skin problems. The regd TM owners is Cholayil Pharmaceuticals and marketed by Dorcas Market Makers, made in India. Medimix is a traditionally hand made soap with a unique formulation of 18 herbs that acts gently but effectively on many kinds of skin problems. This ayurvedic proprietary medicine has been clinically proven to be topically effectve against skin conditions such as: pimples/acne, body odor, prickly heat/militaria rubra, boils/furuncles and other skin infections, more at www.cholayil.com

Liril, a bathroom soap for  long time, is marketed by Unilever Nepal. Liril is really the freshness soap.


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3 Comments

  1. Sue says

    Many people feel that their acne is overly embarrassing and
    unmanageable. I have read story after story of heartache, especially
    from teens that endure heartless bullying from schoolmates. There are
    so many different remedies and medications. What most people fail to
    realise is that each individual has a different biological makeup and
    what works for one person may not work for everyone. In some cases
    certain acne treatment can adversely affect already irritated skin.
    This further causes unnecessary embarrassment and frustration to an
    already uncomfortable situation.
    Propaganda fuels misconceptions about different so-called remedies and
    even causes. The idea that chocolate and oily food causes acne. When in
    truth, makeup, unhealthy skin and even perspiration can cause acne.
    All of these factors affect the skin. But even your skin makeup can
    affect your skin and create back acne, scalp acne, large assesses or
    ingrown hair. There is an acne questionnaire done by a company called
    Skinmed that will help to diagnose acne problems through a series of
    questions, and then it n recommends the best acne treatment for each
    individual.
    Teen acne is typically the most difficult to diagnose because of
    hormonal considerations, but there is a special area meant just for
    teen acne that has a completely different set of rules when running the
    formula that determines the best medications or treatments. In some
    cases simple changes in hygiene and daily washing is all that it takes.
    The site also has a free offer on acne facial cleanser that is made up
    of a three step process. The primary reason most teens, especially boys
    tend to have more problems with chronic acne is because of a lack of
    simply washing their face regularly. So this treatment is free is a way
    to create a healthy daily routine, while gently healing the skin to
    prevent acne scarring brought on as a result of squeezing the sores.
    Once daily cleaning is practices, and hormonal issues are taken into
    consideration, a proper treatment regiment can be highly affective.
    At the end of the day most acne, even teen acne , can be eliminated
    quickly and permanently with the right motivation. After all, we all
    want to be beautiful don’t we?
    Susan Smith

  2. Sue says

    Many people feel that their acne is overly embarrassing andunmanageable. I have read story after story of heartache, especiallyfrom teens that endure heartless bullying from schoolmates. There areso many different remedies and medications. What most people fail torealise is that each individual has a different biological makeup andwhat works for one person may not work for everyone. In some casescertain acne treatment can adversely affect already irritated skin.This further causes unnecessary embarrassment and frustration to analready uncomfortable situation.Propaganda fuels misconceptions about different so-called remedies andeven causes. The idea that chocolate and oily food causes acne. When intruth, makeup, unhealthy skin and even perspiration can cause acne.All of these factors affect the skin. But even your skin makeup canaffect your skin and create back acne, scalp acne, large assesses oringrown hair. There is an acne questionnaire done by a company calledSkinmed that will help to diagnose acne problems through a series ofquestions, and then it n recommends the best acne treatment for eachindividual.Teen acne is typically the most difficult to diagnose because ofhormonal considerations, but there is a special area meant just forteen acne that has a completely different set of rules when running theformula that determines the best medications or treatments. In somecases simple changes in hygiene and daily washing is all that it takes.The site also has a free offer on acne facial cleanser that is made upof a three step process. The primary reason most teens, especially boystend to have more problems with chronic acne is because of a lack ofsimply washing their face regularly. So this treatment is free is a wayto create a healthy daily routine, while gently healing the skin toprevent acne scarring brought on as a result of squeezing the sores.Once daily cleaning is practices, and hormonal issues are taken intoconsideration, a proper treatment regiment can be highly affective.At the end of the day most acne, even teen acne , can be eliminatedquickly and permanently with the right motivation. After all, we allwant to be beautiful don’t we?Susan Smith

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