Aveeno Moisturizing Bar for Dry Skin cleanses and gently exfoliates your skin with oatmeal. The unique soap-free formula blends powder-fine oatmeal, nature's own gentle cleanser, with a skin-softening moisturizer. The natural oatmeal absorbs dirt and oil, then gently rinses it away, leaving your skin feeling soft and smooth. Gentle enough for even sensitive skin, this moisturizing bar is dye and fragrance free. Aveeno has been dermatologist recommended for more than 50 years.
- Cleanses and gently soothes your skin
- Specially formulated for dry skin
- Natural oatmeal soothes and moisturizes
- Dermatologist Recommended Brand
- Fragrance-free, dye-free, and soap-free
Salicylic Acid 0.5 %, cetearyl alcohol, Citric acid, cocamidoroyl betaine, disodium lauryl Sulfosuccinate, fragrance, Glycine soja (soya bean) seed extract, lauryl methyl gluceth-10 hydropropyldimonium chloride, panthenol, paraffin, PEG-16 soy sterol, Prunus amygdlas dulcius (sweet Almound) oil, Sodium ascorbyl phopate, Sodium coco-sulphate, Titanium dioxide, Tocopheryl acetate, Triticum vulgare (wheat) starch, water.
Wash face with Aveeno Moisturizing Bar everyday for soft, smooth, naturally healthy-looking skin.
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