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Wonderbar’s thewonderbar Review

June 2, 2009
($40 for 25 grams; $105 for 80 grams)

I’m sure many of you remember my Wonderbar post from a few months back-if not, click HERE for a refresher. This little bar contains a mix of detoxifying, herb-rich Heilmoor clay from Austria and an algae-based nano-concoction called Chlorey’nahre designed to enable the skin’s dermis to absorb the clay’s benefits. And of course being me, I was dying to try it but loathe to pay $40 for an ugly brown bar of soap.

Lucky for me I was able to get my hands on a small sample of the stuff, and it’s pretty amazing. I’ve been using it on and off for about a week and a half, and let me just say that the Wonderbar’s claims to leave your skin feeling baby smooth are 100% true. I lather up with my mini bar, let everything sit for a few minutes, then wash it off and my skin is seriously softer than any other product has been able to get it. My skin feels soft, smooth, toned, and just overall looks healthy and wonderful. I’m thinking I may get a 25 gram bar for myself!

I will say that my mother didn’t love this as much as I did–she has very very dry skin, and she said the Wonderbar left her face feeling a little tight. As for me, I’m a Wonderbar convert!

If you’re interested, check out the Wonderbar at

The Wonderbar: A Cure-All In Bar Form?

March 5, 2009

The new Wonderbar is supposed to be ideal for confused, schizophrenic complexions (like mine which can’t seem to decide if it’s super dry or super oily) thanks to ingredients like Heilmoor, a 3,000-year-old Austrian clay formed from decaying underground plant matter known for its detoxifying and soothing properties; and Chlorey’nahre, an algae derivative that moisturizes and encourages cell rejuvenation.

For more info, check out their website here:

The site’s information claims that whether you suffer from an overabundance of oil on your t-zone, dry cheeks, breakouts, hyperpigmentation, aging, sensitivity, etc. etc., this bar will work its magic on you. You basically lather and gently massage it onto your skin, leave it on for three minutes so that it permeates your skin, and then rinse. The makers of Wonderbar claim you’ll notice a natural healthy pink radiance, less oiliness if you’re oily, less dryness if you’re dry, lightened freckles and pigmentation, a decrease in the visibility of your wrinkles, less sensitivity, and tightened pores along with a host of other miraculous changes in your skin.

To be honest this all sounds a little (or a lot) too good to be true, and at a price of $40 for a 25 gram Wonderbar I don’t know if I’m willing to take the plunge to find out if this stuff actually works, but I must admit I’m exceedingly curious. Has anybody tried this before? I’d love to hear more about it!