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May be a little harsh... are you using it because it is cheap or because of the anti-bacterial properities?

If its the latter, there are a lot of anti-bacterial face cleansers designed for the face.

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hm.. I don't think you should use the antibacterial soap on your face since it probably would be irritating. It also probably wouldn't help to get rid of acne since it wouldn't go deep into your pores to stop the bacteria, although the bp should help do that. There are others that clean the skin which are more gentle though. I think Cetaphil is gentle and the csr cleanser is supposed to be gentle as well.

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Dial soap?!?! Please tell me you are kidding!!! The only non-face soaps out there that are acceptable for the face IMO are olay's bar and dove's bar. Evereything else is way to harsh. Like really harsh.

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Dial soap?!?! Please tell me you are kidding!!! The only non-face soaps out there that are acceptable for the face IMO are olay's bar and dove's bar. Evereything else is way to harsh. Like really harsh.

Dial soap?!?! Please tell me you are kidding!!! The only non-face soaps out there that are acceptable for the face IMO are olay's bar and dove's bar. Evereything else is way to harsh. Like really harsh.

My dermo uses dail liquid soap on her skin to cleanse it. She has beautiful skin.

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My dermo uses dail liquid soap on her skin to cleanse it. She has beautiful skin.

Do you know which dial liquid soap she uses? I would be interested in trying it. I have been using the dial antibacterial soap on my face for the last week and my face is not oily during the day but not dry either. It seems to maintain a balance throughout the day and my breakouts are clearing up.

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