Dr Oz: Best Soap For Your Skin Type
On today’s show, Dr Oz was joined by Dermatologist, Dr. Elizabeth Tanzi, To give you the best soap to use for various skin conditions. You should also checkout the segment Doctor Oz did today on Hair Remedies.
To demonstrate, Dr Oz used 5 viewers with different skin types.
Dr Oz: Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar Review
Stephanie, an audience member, told Dr Oz that she has been using the same soap for years.
Dr. Tanzi says that you need to advance your soap because your skin changes as you get older. Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar is great for those looking to avoid fragrance and harsh detergents. You can buy it at the following link: Dove Sensitive Skin Unscented Beauty Bar.
Dr Oz: Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar Review
Elise told Dr Oz that she had dry skin, even more so as she aged. Like Stephanie, she used the same soap her mom had used years ago. Dr Oz showed an image of normal skin and one of dry skin. The dry skin looked cracked and flaky, which made it look older. Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar cleans skin of debris but doesn’t take away the natural oils or protective barriers. You can buy it at the following link: Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar.
Dr Oz: Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar Soap Review
Monica said that she has oily skin, which was made worse when she worked out. (Well then, maybe you shouldn’t work out! Kidding—sort of!) Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar Soap contains glycerin and is gentle enough to be used on the back and neck area. You can buy it at the following link: Neutrogena Transparent Facial Bar Soap.
Dr Oz: PanOxyl 10% Review
Tisha has acne prone skin. PanOxyl 10% bar cuts through oil and unclogs pours to help get rid of bacteria. Dr. Tanzi says this is the first product she recommends to those with acne. You can buy it at the following link: PanOxyl.
Dr Oz: Noble Formula 2% Pyrithione Zinc Soap Review
Carmela told Dr Oz that she had flaky skin and white spots on her head and back. She’s had the spots for most of her life, but lately, they seem to be spreading. Dr Oz stated that this may look like sunburn, but it’s not. This condition is known as tinea versicolor, which is a superficial yeast infection that causes discoloration normally on the abdomen, chest, and back. Everyone has this fungus, but in Carmela’s case, she has an overabundance of the fungus. You can buy this product at the following link: Noble Formula 2% Pyrithione Zinc Bar Soap.