Cow Brand's Beauty Soap (Red Box) is chock full of natural, plant-derived oils and fats. It also contains milk butter and squalane--all of which work to hydrate and reinforce your skin's natural barrier.
Cow Brand uses what's called the "soap-kettle saponification method." Basically, it's a traditional--but time-consuming and labor-intensive--way of making soaps. Workers spend 5 - 7 days stirring the ingredients in a giant kettle. The soaps that come out of this method are mild and lather into clouds of dense, springy foam.
As a company, Cow Brand prides itself in its commitment to both ingredients and production methods. This particular Red Box first appeared on the market in 1928. It's been 91 years since then, and it still enjoys widespread popularity.
The Red Box is the moisturizing one. The Blue Box, on the other hand, only contains milk derivatives as its moisturizing ingredients and lathers into softer foam. It smells of jasmine. It's supposed to feel lighter and more refreshing than the Red Box.
And at $1.60 for a 3-piece box, it's even cheaper than the Red Box, which we didn't think was possible.
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