Thursday, November 14, 2013

Natural Bar of Soap

Commercial bar soap-it’s slippery, clunky, and loses its shape after a single use.
How could it possibly compete with a luxurious body wash? But Natural handcrafted soap  does  left my skin feeling hydrated,  smells wonderful ,invigorating without being too strong” and “leaves you feeling refreshed.” . Not convinced? Try easing yourself back to bars with these slightly more luxe options.
Natural Luxury  – Coffee  Soap
Tightens pores and removes dead skin cells, making the skin looking younger. It also displays (anti-wrinkle and anti-cellulite) .
Greek Olive Oil Organic soap
Greek Olive oil soap
The earliest recipes for Aleppo soap date back to 2400 B.C. Local villagers harvest the olives and laurel berries, which grow wild in the forests of northern Syria and southeast Turkey.
They then press and boil them. This soft mixture is set in cave-like storage areas to dry for 6 to 9 months until it hardens into a naturally (green soap) that develops a golden outer skin as it ages.
Buttermilk Soap
Buttermilk soap
Butter milk is richer in fats and emollients than whole milk. For centuries, milk has been used as a natural, soothing skin cleanser and skin softener. This gentle and soft soap is made with buttermilk, a natural, soothing skin cleanser and moisturizer.We add honey ,which calms irritated skin and adds moisturizes to the skin.We use fresh creamy buttermilk made from farm fresh milk in our soap.( We never use powdered buttermilk or water).
Dead Sea Mud with Sea Salt
Dead Sea Mud with Sea Salt

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