Tuesday, November 16, 2010

An amazing night and how to take care of your soap

My son's school holds the best carnival ever.  I have my usual soap stall  but I love the interaction and trying to work out how to sell the soap to some strangers.  But everyone goes there in such good spirits, so everyone was lovely. Everyone worked hard but it is really a wonderful time to meet new friends and catch up with the old ones.  To all, I say thank you for the support.

In the frenzy of the sales, I didnt talk very much about how to take care of the soap.  It is a natural product and you have to make sure it is well drained and kept in a dry place after use.  It does not contain detergent like sodium lauryl sulfate which have shown to denature the protein on your skin and allow other toxin into your body.It is also found to be a culprit for allergies Those with sensitive skin, do the same with any new product, a tiny patch test. Should anyone like a little more bubbles, just use a pouf and mechanically lather up the soap

In the Christmas spirit a lot of the cupcakes had vanilla in them,  Do not be alarm if the vanilla turns either to a tan colour or darker still, that is just how vanilla works.  So use up your soap ASAP. It is a lovely body treat and enviromentally friendly.


Cocoa butter, organic coconut oil, organic palm oil. organic safflower oil. distilled water, Sodium Hydroxide, sorbitol, sobitan oleate and soyproteing,

Dead  sea salt was made with organic oil as above but no cocoa butter.

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