Perfectly Natural Soap from Foxbrim can even be used on your face. It has no harsh chemicals added to it, not even a fragrance, so it can be used on sensitive skin.
I really like this soap. I have nothing against scents, in fact I love scents, but they do sometimes bother people. Some perfumes give me sneezing fits, and can even make me break out in itchy bumps.
This soap is made from all natural and mostly (98%) organic botanical ingredients, which include : Purified Water, Saponified Coconut Oil, Organic Sunflower, Organic Castor Seed, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Guar Gum, Citric Acid, and Rosemary Seed Extract.
It does not contain any of these common ingredients: Fillers, Fragrances, Detergents, Lathering Agents, Parabens, Phthalates, Silicones, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate OR Triclosan.
You can buy it on Amazon.com or from the Foxbrim store and they offer this guarantee:
We know you’ll love this all-natural soap and wash. But we are happy to take it a step further. If for any reason at all you’re not satisfied with your purchase let us know. We will provide you a full refund. It’s that simple.
That guarantee is another thing I really like. If they have that much confidence in their product it is probably as good as they say it is.
Everything you ever wanted to know about soap making you can find in these eBooks. Unless you are one of those weird people who really want to get into a deep detailed history of how/when every little discovery was made.
If you just want to learn how to make your own soap…these eBooks can teach you what you need to know!
If you just want to jump in without knowing all the history and little details you can just read Soap Making: A Quick Guide.
This eBook still has the list of equipment you need, the list of ingredients you need, and some of the dangers you need to keep in mind and protect against (you don’t want anyone or anything getting burned by lye).
It talks about the different methods for making soaps, blending soaps, and coloring soaps. All the way up to how to package and sell the soap you make if you want to do that.
It also talks about FDA regulations (unavoidable!) and possible liability issues you may run into.
It pretty much covers the subject so you don’t even have to read the longer version – Soap Making Made Easy.
The longer version does have more information in it though. It includes everything in the shorter one but adds the history of soap making and goes into a lot more detail in each section.
It also adds a few sample recipes and has a section about problems you might encounter and how to solve them.
The third eBook is a set of recipes for making different types of soaps.
This includes Melt-and-Pour Recipes, Cold Process Recipes, Liquid Soaps, Shaving Soaps, Exfoliating Soaps, and Shampoo Recipes. Something for everyone!
These eBooks are a great resource for anyone who is thinking about trying to make soaps. The Soap Making Advice Kit includes all three eBooks in three different formats(.mobi, epub, and .pdf).
I was delighted to be able to review some soaps from Bath House Soaps. I loved the pictures I saw and really liked the idea of getting some pretty soaps to match my bathrooms.
So when choosing the ones I wanted to review that’s what I was looking for. And it turned out my choices did almost perfectly match! Two of the three bars matched my bathrooms. The other one is in the kitchen.
I got one bar of Lavender Sage with Goats Milk. The green edges are just a tiny tad lighter than the green of my main bathroom. And it smells wonderful! I would have been happy with it just for the smell but it is really pretty too. I have used it to wash my hands as well and it does make a nice lather. It did not make my skin feel dry.
I also chose to try a bar of Cucumber Wasabi Cilantro soap. This one is in my guest bath. The walls there are sort of orange/yellow (I don’t remember the name of the paint color). And the soap just looks right in there. And this one was my favorite scent.
The last bar I chose was Graceful with Shea Butter. This one is in the kitchen. I told my husband that I was gonna put this one in the guest bath. He uses that one a lot and wasn’t happy with the idea. You don’t want to know what he actually said but I won’t get any pink soap anymore! No matter how good it smells and this does smell good too.
I also got a small bottle of Goat Milk and Honey Lotion in the Eucalyptus & Spearmint scent which I really love! The scent is really nice and the lotion feels good. It doesn’t get sticky and it rubs in well so I don’t get it on my clothes or anything I touch.
I really like that these soaps have glycerin which helps moisturize the skin while getting it clean. They are all handmade as is the lotion. And they are really pretty! There are enough colors that you can probably match any bathroom decor. And if you can’t find one to match yours…they might just make one for you!
I recieved a two bar package of True Body Facial soap to review. I wanted to try this because it is unscented and deosn’t have a whole list of ingredients.
The soap came in a little pasteboard box that is made in Vermont from 100% recycled materials. I like that!
The soap is unscented which I like because the perfumes in soap often makes me sneeze and itch.
This soap uses sustainable sources for the cocunut oil and the small amount of palm oil it contains. You can see the list of ingredients and why they are included in it on thier product page.
I have used this soap for a week on my face. It hasn’t made me break out and it hasn’t dried my face out. That is probaby because it does contain shea butter which is supposed to help the skin retain moisture.
As dry as the rest of my body gets in the winter I’m thinking about just useing this as my regular soap. I can’t use soaps with lots of scents or deodorizers added because they do make me itch.
Their regular soap looks pretty good too. They make it without animal by-products or chemical preservatives and it has only 5 ingredients!
If you have been looking for a simple soap without all the extra purfumes and other ingredients added then you have found it!
Their products are available online and at many local stores.
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