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Hopes Relief started life as a cream based on natural ingredients and was created by Naturopath Jacqueline Hope for his daughter who was then suffering from the uncomfortable symptoms of eczema. With immediate relief from the itching and as word spread the Hopes Relief product range was extended. Hopes Relief now also offers amongst others the Soap Free Cleansing Bar.
Occasionally the chemicals and additives in soap products can cause irritation especially to skin that may already be sensitive. Skin disorders such as eczema, dermatitis or psoriasis may also be aggravated by soap or if the product is high in alkaline then this can also cause essential moisture and natural oils to be stripped from the skin. Hope’s Relief Soap Free Cleansing Bar is pH balanced to the same as skin at 5.5 and contains no artificial chemicals or fragrances. Hope’s Relief Cleansing Bar contains 3 active herbal ingredients:
Hope’s Relief Cleansing Bar is soap free and is recommended and generally used by those either wishing to use a more natural product to prevent irritations or for those that may be suffering from eczema, dermatitis or psoriasis skin disorders. The Hopes Relief Soap Free Cleansing Bar has been especially formulated to:
Use Hopes Relief Cleansing Bar as directed on the packaging. Hopes Relief Soap Free Cleansing Bar Special Precautions! Hopes Relief contains a unique blend of natural ingredients.
Always follow the advice on the label before application and talk to your health physician about the use of complimentary health products in the treatment of skin disorders.
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