ISO unscented Dove?

When unscented Dove changed its surfactant formula earlier this year (see other posts about unscented Dove on this blog), I noticed that several other products within the Dove line still carried something similar to the old formula. No longer. Dove appears to have switched its entire line over to the new primary surfactant, which makes sense from a manufacturing standpoint. Any remnants were probably leftover inventory of other product lines.

If you are looking for products similar to the old unscented Dove formula, Caress Glowing Touch is virtually identical, with a few minor differences like fragrance and dyes. Caress Glowing Touch also has shea butter as a minor ingredient, and propylene glycol, neither of which were in unscented Dove. I suspect the Caress Glowing Touch boxes I recently purchased are old inventory and that Caress, too, might soon switch to a new surfactant formula similar to the new unscented Dove Sensitive Skin.

If you are looking for a stash of bar products similar to the old unscented Dove formula, the clock may be ticking on availability of these products. Johnson Diversey makes Dove and Caress lines, as well as many others. See http://www.jdbrands.com . Interestingly, they also make Lux, which withdrew its soap flake product line a few years ago.

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