April 11, 2018

Arm & Hammer Sensitive Skin Plus OxiClean Laundry Detergent

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For most people, they don't really have to worry too much about what soap, lotion and makeup products they use.  Most people can just buy whatever smells good to them and be done with it.  Unfortunately for me, I don't have that option.  I have to be very careful with the soaps, detergents and any skincare products I use....I am cursed with sensitive skin.  What is even worse is the fact that I could be using a given product and have no issue with it and then all of a sudden, my skin decides to react to it in a very unattractive, red bumpy, itchy way.

It is bad enough that I have sensitive skin but I am also with a man that also has sensitive skin and we are welcoming a baby.  I hope that by some sure luck of the gene gods, our baby does not have sensitive skin like we do, but let's face it, she probably will.

On a better note, I have not had to buy sensitive soaps for the most part.  For body wash, we use Dove and Jergen's lotion and it seems to get us by.  For laundry soap, I typically use Tide, Gain or Purex.  The problem for me is that even though I do have sensitive skin, I want to use soaps and detergents that smell good.  Unfortunately, not only does sensitive laundry soap tend to be more expensive, but it also most of the time it doesn't offer the smell good that I seek for.

Well, about a few months ago, my local grocery store had an amazing sale on laundry soap where I was able to STOCKPILE on Tide Pods, Gain Pods, Gain liquid and Arm & Hammer Sensitive detergent.  As I have said before, I usually use Tide and Gain so that is what enticed me and getting the Arm & Hammer detergent was just part of the sale and I was trying to stockpile, so I grabbed some.

This detergent not only promotes the extra bonus of OxiClean but is also dermatologist tested for sensitive skin.  It is free of perfumes and dyes...perfect for those of us that have sensitivities to soaps.  But is it worth buying?  I mean when it is not on sale?  Click the photo below to check out my video review.
A video review on Arm & Hammer Sensitive Skin Plus OxiClean Laundry Detergent
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-Rambling Holly

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