I did a simple pH experiment with three types of soap bars a few days ago. Two of those soap bars are the ones that I have used in the past, and the Nu Skin Body Bar is the one that we are using currently.
This video is just a simple depiction of the pH level of each cleanser.
As mentioned in the video, the first bar cleanser was a beauty cleansing bar. It’s a goat’s milk soap bar, which has the properties to nourish our skin and support healthy skin.
The second cleansing bar is the Protex soap bar. I use Protex to have
is a well-known soap bar. I remember seeing the advertisement on the TV fifteen years ago. As it was one of the cleansing bars that could kill 99.9% bacterial.
The third soap bar is called the Body Bar cleanser made by the Nu Skin company. It got introduced to me via my friend just over a year ago while I was looking for a cleanser to clear out my acne. It was a non-drying cleanser and also suitable for my hypersensitive skin.
As shown in the video, Nu Skin Body Bar has the same pH level as our skin. I choose Nu Skin Body Bar as my cleanser over the other two cleansing bars Because it maintains our healthy pH level, that the range of pH 5.5 is the optimal pH for our skin. pH 5.5 is slightly more acidic, and it’s to allow the skin to retain its moisture and prevents bacteria growth and other skin conditions such as eczema, sensitive skin, dry, rough skin, flaky skin.