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it compares poorly to Teal's
Reviewed in the United States on July 7, 2019
which is all I've used in the past. Many years ago I used a variety by Westlab and loved it and I intend to try it again despite the fact that it's great deal more expensive. As for Solimo, it has very little scent at all. The granular quality is incredibly coarse and I'm not sure what I'm soaking in. I use bath salts generally to detoxify and I think it certainly keeps my feet fresher throughout the next workday. With Dr. Teal's, the whole bathroom becomes deliciously scented and that scent lasts through the next day and I smell it when I return to work some twenty hours later. It's a wonderful deodorizer. With Solimo, there will not be that effect. I can feel Dr. Teal's on my skin, especially if I accidentally pour too much of the product into the bathtub. Alas, I think I poured two pounds of the Solimo stuff into the bath and I don't get half of the "effect" that I feel with Teal's (it's hard to write a review about bath salts!). You get a lot for your dollar, but you get what you pay for. I'm also a little worried about where it's manufactured. I really try to use hygiene care products that are manufactured in "reputable" countries and this stuff is mysterious. Dr. Teal's clearly states that it's made in the USA. 20 years ago, my Westlab product was also clearly marked as being made in Germany (or perhaps West Germany). I've been generally pleased with Amazon brand products, but this is a miss if not necessarily a fail.