Drugstore Diva: Dove Beauty Bar…

I have used shower gel for years and after buying countless bottles of scents like spring refresh, island paradise I finally decided that spending close to five dollars for shower gel was enough. While grocery shopping I decided to switch things up and go back to the original..soap.  Easy and affordable…soap lasts longer than pricey shower gel and costs much less. Besides the organic bars you can find at grocers like Whole Foods or the more specialized scents from Lush Cosmetics are super cool and smell great.  The one that I swear by though is Dove Beauty Bars. The bars retail on average $2.98 – $3.97 for a set of two or a value pack of 6 for $6.00 – $15.00 depending on the retailer, yet it still amounts to great savings compared to shower gel.

DoveBeautyBar Drugstore Diva: Dove Beauty Bar...

After one use my skin is amazingly smooth and doesn’t dry out immediately, which is common during the winter months. I chose to test out the relaxing scent of shea butter; I love the rich lather of the beauty bar with a scent that immediately fills your shower.

The bars come in a variety of scents and textures and even ones specifically for men.

The Rundown:

  • Original White
  • Original Pink
  • Go Fresh Cool Moisture Cucumber
  • Go Fresh Revive Pomegranate & Lemon Verbena
  • Winter Care
  • Exfoliating
  • Sensitive Skin
  • Shea Butter & Warm Vanilla

Another beauty winner and this Makeup Girl Features Editor favorite, Dove has managed to create this moisture rich product that doesn’t require more money than your favorite cup of coffee.

Makeup is fashion,


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About Yvonne

Yvonne has always loved fashion and beauty, her first steps were for a pair of shoes which should tell you a lot. She has carefully crafted social media and marketing campaigns for the likes of Guess, and Bloomingdales. She likes to say she lives a secret life, one as the normal everyday, but fabulously dressed girl you may see in Target (a place she swears by) and another as a personality she likes to call...Ms.Fabulosity. As a writer, she has been telling stories in her own creative way since I was little.To her, fashion and beauty are an outward expression of personality and creativity, sometimes fabulous and unfortunately sometimes tacky. She graduated with a degree in Art and Art History from McDaniel College and has worked and covered various fashion shows and events in D.C. In New York she has worked and attended both New York Fashion Week and Nolcha Fashion Week. Since launching her blog, PinkDollhouse, it has grown from just three readers a month to being read in over 14 countries, Currently, she is also a contributor for Fashion Parkway, Lucky Magazine Community, and the new features editor for Fashion Boss.. You can follow her antics on twitter at @PinkDollStyle

  • kim

    thank you Yvonne for the info. i was directed to try Dove for sensitive skin but i have never used dove so I thought it might dry out my skin but a friend of mine has used dove all his life n hangs out in the sun almost daily w/o any sun damage so there must be something to dove;)