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  • Michael Frey, MD

Soap & Shampoo

There are many beauty products out there, some of my favorites are:


  • Anything Dr. Bronner's, including the soaps and shampoos, is great: Free of parabens, sulfates, and harmful chemicals.

  • Cetaphil and CeraVe are great drugstore brands.

  • Dove soap is another option at a reasonable price.

  • Australian Botanical Soap

  • Pre de Provence Artisanal Bar Soap: Traditional French soap, which is triple-milled to produce a uniform and smooth feel, without impurities. There is more fat content in triple-milled soap, and natural ingredients enriched with shea butter, so you can feel the difference between regular soap and this French Soap. It is more expensive than drugstore soap but lasts longer too. Multiple scents to choose from.


Check out shampoos from Honest, by Jessica Alba. Another great option is Native Shampoo. For the cheapest shampoo check out Love Beauty and Planet available at Wally World (Walmart). This shampoo is sulfate-free so it doesn't sud up like drugstore shampoo but it's better for your scalp. Did I mention they're cheap? Bottles are 100% recycled which is an added bonus.


Speaking of bonus, for a gentle exfoliating body scrub try Gilly's Organics Sugar Scrub for Body & Face.


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