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Summer in Provence Bar Soap
We make our soap completely from scratch, using raw ingredients, and recipes we created.
Why handmade soap is different
It is commonly called soap, but that mass produced commercial stuff that you get at the grocery store is anything but. You have an array of personal cleansers to choose from that are labeled as deodorant soap, body bars, moisturizing bars, body washes, beauty bars, etc. These are just chemical cocktails made of detergents and downright disturbing synthetic ingredients that dehydrate and age skin, may cause allergic reactions, and just aren’t good for you or your skin. Handmade soap is the real deal and one of the most appealing aspects is that harmful and unnecessary ingredients are NOT added to make it.
The very best reason to use handmade soap is the ingredients. Typically handmade soap is made of vegetable oils and butters that are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients that are essential to healthy skin. I can?t count how many times customers have told me that handmade soap has improved the way their skin feels. Everyone wants healthy skin and switching to daily use of handmade soap is the best place to start. If you need help finding the right soap for your needs, don?t hesitate to ask us for recommendations. We take pride in our ingredients and are excited to share our knowledge with you.
|How to Use|
Take soap and lather in the hands. Apply the lather to the entire body, gently massage and enjoy! After use, bar should be placed in a dish to allow it to dry. This will help it last longer.
Water, RSPO Palm Oil (Sodium Palmate), Rice Bran Oil (Sodium Ricate), Coconut Oil (Sodium Cocoate), Castor Seed Oil (Sodium Ricinoleate), Shea Butter (Sodium Shea Butterate), Palm Kernal Oil (Sodium Palm Kernelate), Sodium Lactate, Essential Oil(s), French White Clay, Red Sandalwood powder
Do not ingest. Use on small area of skin first, if irritation occurs, discontinue use.