Both are face painters. The first, award-winner Shannon Fennell, blogged her experience with our Purity, of which she purchased four bars, sight unseen. That's commitment! And then she blogged her thoughts here.
Of course, Shannon had to try Purity on her face painting sponges. She photographed the results, and I think they're pretty amazing:
That's really something, isn't it? Its effectiveness doesn't mean it's harsh, though. Shannon and her mom both have allergies and sensitivities, and neither is experiencing difficulty with the soap. It's just three ingredients, and we've superfatted it just a bit to ensure that it's not terribly drying. It's gentle enough that I use it on my face ever day, and I've seen it recommended for washing babies.
Just keep it away from the eyes, of course. This is old-fashioned soap, and old-fashioned all natural soap with no chemicals will hurt if it gets in your eyes.
At any rate, Shannon's post spurred a second order over the weekend, a face painter in Toronto. We're officially international!