Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap: My Experience
Maybe my readers have heard about Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap, and maybe they haven't. The product is rather polarizing amongst society. Either folks love Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap, or they find the claims of manufacturer TedCo, ridiculous. While the author concludes the manufacturer's claims appear to be a little on the “slick Willie” side of marketing, this review will be done solely upon his experience with the product:
Having recently moved to my new home here in Louisiana, I set out to find my supplier of nutritional supplements that I enjoy. A quick search brought me to the lovely folks at Crawford Nutrition Center, at 302 W First St, DeRidder, LA 70634. On meeting Frances, the owner, I asked if she had my products in stock. While talking with her, I saw they carried Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap on the shelf. I had questions. Frances plainly answered my questions honestly, stating that, while not many folks have tried it yet, “those that do just love it!”
See, this product is a bit of a controversy. From my own experience, those folks I've met who use it, refuse to use anything else. Those individuals who decry it as a scam, are also folks who don't use it, as far as I know. On the internet, readers can find any wide range of commentary on the product, ranging from endless praises, to allegations of demonic possession. (Yes. You read that right. I laughed too.) Curiosity had the better of me, so I plunked down the twenty-one dollars and change, and took my very first bottle of Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap home to try.
What's in Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap?”
Looking at the ingredient list, it reads (the parenthesis are mine) – Contains: Prayer (uh-huh), Electrically engineered eloptic energized stabilized oxygenated water ( purified water that an electrical current has been ran through - “eloptic” refers to some sort of psychic charge but not to fear...I'm open minded), Ash of Decedyl Solution (no definition I could find), dehydrabiethylamine (not to be confused with dehydrobiethalymine...a toxin. Again, no definition I could find), calcium, potassium, magnesium (all added to make distilled water palatable), foaming agent (explained here), cold-pressed avocado, almond, olive, and coconut oils, vitamin E, and the anointing of God (again, uh-huh. I'll go a little more into this maybe later). The back of the bottle finishes with the quote: “Miracle II contains and holds spiritual and eloptic energy beyond measure. Perfect for dry skin and hair.”
Is Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap for real?
As for the list of alleged “spiritual” ingredients, I'd be a little more comfortable were they to use that for marketing, instead of in the actual ingredients list. That's only because, whether you believe in prayer or not, it's simply not quantifiable in any way. But the rest of the ingredients are quite well known as being good for human skin. So, Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap isn't really as bad of a product as it's critics may claim.
So, how is Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap, to use?
As soon as I made it in the door, and with as hot as Louisiana can be, a shower seemed a good idea. The instructions read to shake well, so I did. I was also told to use only a “dime-sized” amount. The first thing you might notice is the smell. It's great. This stuff nearly smells like food! I was also thoroughly impressed that at the end of my shower, I didn't notice any sort of “oily residue” on my skin that other soaps usually leave. I was extremely satisfied.
Is Twenty dollars plus a bit expensive for a bottle of Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap?
The price appears to be a good deal, actually. My 22 ounce bottle, with as little as I use, will last a good, long while. But what makes it a real value is it's effect on my skin. See, I suffer from skin so dry that, I sometimes fear I may have been developing skin cancer. Nothing else worked to relieve it, either. After years of trying every sort of expensive cream, soap, and lotion I could find – with no positive results – along comes Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap and away goes my terribly dry skin.
It doesn't stop there, though. This wonderful products also makes the best shaving lather I've ever tried. I used it to soften my whiskers in cold water, it left no residue, and even my razor is easier to clean. I may never buy shaving cream again. Next, I'm going to try it with laundry. TedCo also offers a non-moisturizing version that can be used for cleaning around the house, as well as for dishes. I'm going to have to try the “plain-Jane” version next. I'm inclined to try all of the line of Miracle products.
For FTC disclosure purposes, this review and testimonial is written based upon my personal experiences as a consumer with Miracle II Moisturizing Miracle Soap, and I am, in no way being compensated for my opinion. Give this stuff a try.