Asso Soap

Asso Soap

asso-soap.pngHave you ever had one of those days when you wake up, look in the mirror, and then feel like pretending you’re sick so you don’t have to go to work? I know that every time I used to have a serious breakout I just wanted to stay home and hide my face from the world.

I know now that there are better ways to deal with acne than just keeping it hidden. I feel lucky to live in a modern time when there is so much that can be done to make our skin look clearer. The biggest problem nowadays is finding a treatment that actually works!

I guess that’s the main reason I’m here: to help you learn more about acne products and find one that works for you. Let’s look at Asso Soap and see if it could be a good option.

How Does Asso Soap Work?

Asso Soap is a typical bar of facial soap with one big twist: it has real gold in it. It is used the same way you would use any other bar of soap. All you need to do is bring it to a lather, rub it on your face for about 30 seconds, and then rinse it off. One of the good things about using Asso Soap is that it is a pretty traditional treatment and doesn’t have any weird instructions on how to use it.

What Ingredients Are Included in Asso Soap?

We’ll focus now on the ingredients that Asso Soap is made of. I’m going to let you know right off the bat that I was really disappointed with the ingredients list for Asso Soap.

As I mentioned before the big thing that the makers of Asso Soap advertise is that their product has real gold in it. The problem is that gold has never been proven to be an effective treatment for acne. Asso Soap advertises that ancient princesses such as Cleopatra used real gold to clean their faces. First of all I don’t even know how they would know that’s true. Secondly, I don’t know why people would trust so much in a treatment that was used by a woman who lived in 69 BC.

That wasn’t the main reason I was so upset by the ingredients list though. I was upset because there isn’t a single ingredient in Asso Soap that has proven acne-fighting properties. The other ingredients are coconut oil, palm oil, aqualene, herb oil, vitamin C, and glycogen. None of these ingredients are scientifically proven to get rid of acne.

Is Asso Soap Worth It?

One bar of Asso Soap can be purchased for $24.00 online. That’s a very high price, especially considering how unreliable Asso Soap is. There is a money back guarantee, but make sure you read the instructions very carefully because the fine print makes it nearly impossible to actually get your money back.

So you can probably guess by now whether or not I think Asso Soap is worth it. I can generally find a few things I like in any product but I had a really hard time with Asso Soap. I’ll just make it short and simple for you: If I were you, I would try to find something else.

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