With more than 6,000 bars sold to date, it’s no wonder why women everywhere have given rave reviews about the magic of Vonetta Cosmetics’ The Truth Bar.
On the verge of receiving its patent, The Truth Bar is redefining how women take care of their skin by exposing them to ingredients to revitalize the skin inside out.
Originally called the Oil/Acne Bar, the cleansing soap bar is not just for oily/acne prone skin, but has produced positive results for all types of skin conditions, including normal skin, dry skin, rough-textured skin, as well as skin suffering from eczema or dermatitis.
Beauty bloggers and women everywhere, including myself agree, “The Truth Bar is the truth.”
As an avid patron of skin care products—cleansers, toners, and moisturizers—it was almost impossible to find a product true to its name.
After using the bar two weeks for twice a day, my oily, acne prone skin did a complete 360. Without using a toner or moisturizer my skin had a subtle natural glow. My frequent acne breakouts were almost non-existent.
Since 2004, Vonetta Williams—namesake and CEO of Vonetta Cosmetics—has helped women nationwide uncover the truth about their skin with The Truth Bar.
“You should live in your truth and your skin should, too!” she said.
Williams said her desire to help women nourish their skin started out as a passion project on her kitchen table. She soon acquired a cosmetology license which eventually gave birth to what is now Vonetta Cosmetics.
Animal cruelty-free and vegan-friendly, The Truth Bar is infused with palm oil, coconut oil, shea butter, oat protein, and purified water. The use of essential oils helps the bar to be effective on various types of skin including dry, combination, and sensitive skin.
A mixture of glycerin, salicylic acid, and sulfur the bar works simultaneously as a cleanser and moisturizer to help clear acne-prone skin of impurities while leaving your skin feeling refreshed.
When asked, what is the number one product people should avoid using on their skin, Williams quickly advised, “Alcohol!”
Though alcohol may be the quickest at home remedy for acne, Williams said, “alcohol does more harm than good leaving your skin feeling dry and helping your skin to appear less youthful.”
To order your bar, visit www.Mytruthbar.com