Lather Review

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Editor's Review: 3.8 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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Lather is pitched on the official website as a “superior skin care experience.” This skin care line offers product selections for the body, face, hair, men, and baby, as well as specialty treatments, aromatherapy products and accessories. Lather was first developed in 1999 and they claim to utilize the most superior natural ingredients. On the official website it’s stated that these products “strive to inspire a healthier, more radiant life.” Similar to some other contemporary cosmetic brands, Lather focuses on a holistic approach featuring essential oils and natural ingredients. These products are not tested on animals.

Overall, Lather endeavors to provide users with a cleaner, clearer and more radiant complexion. Some of their products are the White Clay Deep Pore Cleansing Mask, AHA Facial Therapy with Copper & Borage Extract, Ultra Light Face Lotion, Bamboo Silk Foaming Face Scrub, Cucumber Milk Facial Cleanser and the Ultra Mild Face Wash. A few of the primary active ingredients offered in Lather treatments are Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Sweet Almond Oil, Honey, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Wasabi Extract, Witch Hazel, Vitamin A, and Aloe. It appears that all of the Lather treatments can be acquired via the official website. Sadly no customer testimonials are provided.

Product Details

Lather is a rather broad line of self care products for the face, body and hair. The primary goal of these beauty treatments is to assist users with having clearer, younger, smoother and more vibrant complexions. Key ingredients used are Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Sweet Almond Oil, Honey, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Wasabi Extract, Witch Hazel, Vitamin A, and Aloe. Although no real clinical research is offered on the official website to support the potential effectiveness of Lather products, there is a convenient contact page that may be helpful to consumers. These products have been featured in magazines like “Health,” “Lucky,” “Allure,” “Golf” and “Spa.” Free samples and customer responses are not provided at this time. A full refund guarantee is not discussed on the website at all.

The Good

  • It seems that all Lather beauty products can be purchased directly through the website.
  • These skin, hair, and body care treatments are available without a physician’s prescription.

The Bad

  • Full product ingredient lists are not provided for Lather skin care and hair care treatments.
  • It’s difficult to determine if a consumer can get their money back if unsatisfied with Lather products.
  • Some unknown ingredients incorporated into Lather products could irritate some complexions.
  • Lather products are not commonly available in local drugstores.

The Bottom Line

Considering the massive skin and hair care market at your disposal today, it may be difficult for some to settle on a brand like Lather. After all, there really doesn’t appear to be a guarantee with these products. However, other brands offer one. On the plus side, Lather treatments do incorporate well-known ingredients like Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Sweet Almond Oil, Honey, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Wasabi Extract, Witch Hazel, Vitamin A, and Aloe. However, this line of self care products would likely be more appealing to more individuals if testimonials or positive reviews were offered on the website.


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