sulfur soap/where can i get it?

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    sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by Chloe

    Hi i was just wondering if you can buy sulfur soap from your local chemists.etc and if it helps get rid of the redness also. Thanx xoxo

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    Re: sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by Tracey

    I got mine at a local drugstore. But I had to call around for it. The first place I tried was Walgreens, which didn't have it. I finally found it at Rite Aid. It was about $5. I was thinking about ordering it online, but I didn't feel like waiting for it to come in the mail. Good luck!

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    Re: sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by jenn

    I ought my Salicylic/sulfur soap at www.sulfursoap.com. Its only 3 or 4 bucks and you don't have to pay for shipping in the US. It cleared any bumps I had and made me smooth but the redness is still lingering so I am trying out different lotions for that. Be warned it has a distinct smell because it has sulphur in it so I use it as night before bed and wash it off in my morning shower. To me its a cheap effective way to smooth skin.

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    Re: sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by jenn

    I ought my Salicylic/sulfur soap at www.sulfursoap.com. Its only 3 or 4 bucks and you don't have to pay for shipping in the US. It cleared any bumps I had and made me smooth but the redness is still lingering so I am trying out different lotions for that. Be warned it has a distinct smell becasue it has sulphur in it so I use it as night before bed and wash it off in my morning shower. To me its a cheap effective way to smooth skin.

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    Re: sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by vegas girl

    I bought my sulfur soap from the local CVS Pharmacy. It was in a section with other natural type products rather than with the other soaps. I have only been using it for 4 days with a loofah, but I do notice an improvement in the redness. I also follow with Dermarest (with 3% SA) also purchased at CVS and Carmol 20 from dermadoc.com. I hope this helps.

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    Re: sulfur soap/where can i get it?

    Originally posted by Poindexter

    I went to Rite Aid but couldn't find it. What's the brand name of it? Thanks in advance

    Poindexter

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