Body Scrubs, Soaps, and Washes: What’s the Difference?

By  October 25, 2013

Body Scrubs, Soaps, and Washes: What's the Difference?

Scrubs
If you’re a scrub gal, then you probably like how it exfoliates and rejuvenates your body. Scrubs contain materials that remove dead skin to expose the newly buffed and radiating layer underneath. However, scrubs should be used only twice or three times a week to avoid irritating skin or drying it out.

Soaps
Grab a traditional oil-and-dirt-removing bar of soap if you’re on the go or need basic-natured cleansing. After all, they’re compact enough to travel with and come in a simple form without a bottle. Keep in mind, though, that many soaps tend to strip skin of its natural hydration. If you’re keen to lather up with a bar, find one that contains moisturizing cream and you’ll be good to go.

Washes
A good body wash is made to not only cleanse but also moisturize your skin, as it can be formulated with enhancing nutrients and ingredients. So in time they tend to improve the overall look of your skin. Plus, body washes come in an array of scents and lather types—the possibilities are endless.