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Olay

Ultra Moisture Bar

6.00 bars for $ 7.99
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Ultra Moisture Bar is a detergent-based bar cleanser that can be drying for all skin types, and the strong paraffin base doesn’t rinse well, leading to residue that may clog pores or other problems inherent in bar cleansers.

Jar Packaging: No
Tested on animals: Yes

Ultra Moisture Bar is specially formulated with a creamy lather and shea butter to replenish skin as it cleanses.

Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Paraffin, Sodium Cocoglyceryl Ether Sulfonate, Glycerin, Water, Talc, Magnesium Stearate, Sodium Isethionate, Stearic Acid, Magnesium Cocoate, Coconut Acid, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Cocoate, Fragrance, Magnesium Laurate, Titanium Dioxide, Lauric Acid, Sodium Laurate, Tetrasodium EDTA, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Trisodium Etidronate, PEG-90M

Olay At-A-Glance

Starting decades ago with the now-classic Oil of Olay, this brand now offers an extensive range of skin-care products sold at drugstores and mass-market stores. Today's Olay lineup for those concerned about staving off the effects of aging skin is impressive, comprising their Regenerist, Pro X, and Total Effects lines. All of these (and several other Olay products) contain the B vitamin niacinamide. As you might expect, the claims made for it are inflated, but niacinamide is a very helpful ingredient for all skin types, capable of exerting multiple benefits.

In fact, perhaps the biggest complaint about Olay is that there are a number of repetitive formulas within and between the sub-brands make this line confusing and tricky to shop! Still, there is a lot to like about this drugstore stalwart, with its main drawback being a few formulas containing fragrance or other ingredients that have the potential to cause irritation.

For more information about Olay, owned by Procter & Gamble, call (800) 285-5170 or visit www.olay.com.

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