Tide PurClean & Persil Proclean Detergent Reviews w/ Sensitive Skin (not sponsored)| Rosy JulieBC

These two detergents were both sent to me by two different places in two different packages. This video was not paid or sponsored. It is my opinion on how I liked the products based on use in my laundry and when taking into consider my rosacea, sensitive skin and fragrance sensitivity. My full review including ingredients of Tide PurClean is here: https://rosyjuliebc.wordpress.com/2016/11/16/tide-purclean-honey-lavender-scent/

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Alexandre Chagas says:

Hi Julie, thanks for your video!! By the way I’ve been using coconut oil (virgin, undefined, organic) directly in my face for about two weeks. The results so far are very good!! Some postules got worse on the 3rd day but my screen is getting much better than ever. I know… it’s scary to put oil on an oily face but this thing really worked for me. I’ll keep you posted about the results for the long term. Thanks again!

scbbc81 says:

In case you test out other detergents, you can use white vinegar in your fabric softener slot to reduce the stiffness in place of fabric softener – it’s not as good as the regular chemical stuff for softness or reducing static in the dryer but it’s better than nothing when using regular detergent. The clothes don’t come out smelling like vinegar – at least if you use the dryer to dry them (I don’t have the room to hang dry so I haven’t tried.).

Also the vinegar helps to get rid of excess detergent in the rinse cycle – that might be why the clothes are less stiff.

TheGreatMunky says:

Please set your focus manually. 🙁
With how close you’re standing to the camera manual focus should keep you in focus the whole time without the autofocus constantly searching.

Otherwise, thank you for the information. Good video over all.

Petite Stephy says:

Good review! You make me want to try soap nuts and have a po box. Hehe 😉

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