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    Default What bathing soap do you use to get the most out of a fragrance... non-scented soap

    I have been using Lever 2000 original, because i find it to be a very mild soap and somewhat a non-scented soap... it preventing adding other fragrance under my fragrance that iam wearing that day.. what soap do you use? And do you care about mixing a soap fragrance to the one you're wearing?
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    Default Re: What bathing soap do you use to get the most out of a fragrance... non-scented soap

    Unscented Olay

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    The extra-sensitive, unscented version of Dove bar soap

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    I use Ivory.

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    Default Re: What bathing soap do you use to get the most out of a fragrance... non-scented soap

    Target does a store brand version of Aveeno's oatmeal body wash that is unscented. I've been using that lately and find it suits my skin and scentless preference.

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    Default Re: What bathing soap do you use to get the most out of a fragrance... non-scented soap

    I use Eucerin shower gel, which is unscented. I tend to have dry skin and it seems to minimize dryness. I add a few drops of scented bath oil top get a little oomph. I wouldn't worry too much about mixing scents, on me at least, most soaps are very fleeting.

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    Default Re: What bathing soap do you use to get the most out of a fragrance... non-scented soap

    I actually use Axe body wash's Cool Metal version. I find it has a nice smell that only lasts while I'm in the shower. By the time I dry off and want to apply my fragrance, the smell is gone.

    If you try out Axe though, make sure it's this one, as some of the others (Fever, Rise, Snake Peel) tend to stay on the skin LOOOOONG after application (I'm talking like 3-4 hours).

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    I use Neutrogena Body Wash
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