If You Try A Shampoo Bar Once And It Does Not "Work" Is It a Sign That It Is Bad For You?
March 10, 2021

If You Try A Shampoo Bar Once And It Does Not "Work" Is It a Sign That It Is Bad For You?

There is information circulating around the internet by some companies selling shampoo bars. Basically, customers are being told that if you try a natural shampoo bar once it should work, and, if it does not, it is a sign that natural shampoo bars are not for you. Customers are also being told that the words “adjustment period” are a marketing hype or an outright lie simply to explain why natural soap-based shampoo bars do not work. I believe that these comments are quite troubling and incorrect.
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12 Reasons To Use Natural Soap
December 19, 2020

12 Reasons To Use Natural Soap

The level of care and attention that goes into producing a batch of cold process natural soap is unparalleled in commercial soaps. From its composition, to its benefits for the skin and health, to its impact on the environment, natural soap is very different from commercial soap. Natural soaps really are soap. Our recipes use an age-old process to produce a great lathering mild soap that promotes healthy skin. Our ingredients are sustainable, environmentally friendly, natural, and organic.
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Bath Tub Tea Recipes: Simple Additions
October 17, 2020

Bath Tub Tea Recipes: Simple Additions

These days I find nothing more relaxing than a quiet soak in the tub -- it is my act of self-love.  My favorite addition to my tub has always been organic herbs and botanicals. Herbal bath teas are perfect all on their own but anytime you prepare an herbal bath you can combine bathing herbs with other great skincare additives most of which can be found in your kitchen cupboards.
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Simple Soap Can Help Decrease The Spread of Viruses
March 12, 2020

Simple Soap Can Help Decrease The Spread of Viruses

You probably never thought of natural soap as a lethal weapon -- but it can be for some viruses. The CDC says that for good hand hygiene all you need is plain natural soap and water. Palli Thordarson, a Professor in Chemistry at the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia says, "You can’t, even for a million dollars, get a drug for the coronavirus – but your grandmother’s bar of soap kills the virus."
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