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Trusting Your Skin to a Gentle Clean with Ivory Soap

As time goes by, seasons change, and maybe a little bit of age sets in, I’ve noticed that my skin has become increasingly sensitive! I recently moved back into my home after 9 months of repairs from the Great Flood of 2016 and almost immediately, I noticed that my skin was becoming irritated much more easily. Considering the allergens that the storm brought in, dust and dirt from repairs and tons of new materials in my home, I began searching for cleansers that would not only clean but also not add any additional irritation.

So when I was asked to partner with Ivory Soap, it couldn’t have come at a better time. When it comes to a pure and clean soap, nothing is more trusted than Ivory. I was immediately brought back to my childhood where it was a staple in my home and my grandmother’s home. Being a beauty blogger, I’m often drawn to the newest and the latest, however you just can’t beat a classic! I quickly noticed a difference in my skin, especially calming those pesky mosquito bites – because that’s just Bayou living at its finest!

Ivory Soap is 99.44% pure and clean… Free of dyes, heavy perfumes and parabens. Where you prefer the bar soap or body wash, you can expect a gentle clean for the entire family. Did you know that the bar soap is so pure that it floats? It’s also pH-balanced and so gentle that it can also be used to clean your makeup brushes! Melting away the dirt and keeping the bristles soft… Just like your skin!

Looking to try Ivory Soap or stock up? Head over to Family Dollar where you can take advantage of their great sale going on now through June 30th. I can always count on Family Dollar to have products that I need on an everyday basis at affordable prices. Look for saving on the Ivory 21oz Body Wash (both Original and Aloe) and the 8-Bar Pack of Original Bar Soap.

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Ivory. The opinions and text are all mine.

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