Thursday, December 23, 2010

Geranium Shea Butter Soap

A lot of expensive spas use geranium in their spa treatments. You can have the same fragrance experience with our geranium soap for a lot less money.  This in one of our personal favorites. It has a pleasing aroma. The shea butter is a wonderful moisturizer and it has a great lather.

Geranium is a perennial shrub with pink flowers. It is native to South Africa. It has a leafy rose like aroma with fruity and minty undertones. The essential oil is a good skin toner. The scent is soothing, mood lifting and balancing. It can help with eczema. Geranium is a popular fragrance in spa treatments.

A mellow rose like fruity scent
Aromatherapy benefits: comforting and mood lifting

Skin benefits: Shea nut butter has great healing and protecting qualities. Wonderful moisturizer. Good for your whole body.

Shea Butter ingredients: Saponified Coconut Oil, Kosher Vegetable Glycerin, Shea Butter Purified water, Sorbitol (from berries, moisturizer) Sorbitan (emulsifier) Soybean Protein,essential oil Colo


Thursday, December 16, 2010

Our Speciality Soaps

Kelp Soap -Yes it smells a little like the ocean, but kelp is very good for your skin. It is full of minerals and
Vitamins. Kelp is beneficial to skin and hair. It is used in many shampoos, cosmetics and skin care products. No, you won’t smell like kelp after you use it. Kelp contains as many as 70 minerals and vitamins which include calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron. It contains vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and A. It also has amino acids, proteins, and fatty acids. Kelp can help detoxify skin, it has natural antioxidants and it can help heal skin. Kelp grows in the ocean all over the world. It can grow as much as two feet a day.

Tomato Soap -Tomatoes aren’t just for salads and spaghetti sauce. They are great for your skin. Tomatoes contain vitamins C, B, and folic acid. They also contain lycopene and antioxidants. Tomatoes brighten dull skin. It has an astringent action. Tomatoes contain a natural acid which is good for oily skin. It is a natural antimicrobial. Tomatoes can help protect against harmful UV rays. The tomato is an herbaceous sprawling plant. They are native to South America. Historians believe that the Spanish explorer Cortez may have been the first to bring the tomato to Europe in 1521.

Calendula Soap - The Romans named Calendula in honor of its ability to bloom on the first day of the month. Calendula sooths and softens skin. It has an astringent action. Calendula is also an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory. It helps heal wounds; it has cleansing, anti fungal and detoxifying properties. The flower heads are used for sore or inflamed skin. It can also help with acne. The flowers can be eaten. It is a common and popular plant. Calendula is native to the Mediterranean region.

Rose Hip Soap -Rose Hips contain vitamin C, A, B and essential fatty acids. They also contain antioxidants and flavinoids. Rose hips can promote healing because of the high vitamin C content. It may help with tissue regeneration, eczema, and psoriasis. It is a wonderful natural exfoliant. The Rose hip is the pomaceous fruit of the rose plant. It is usually red to orange but may also be purple to black in color. Rose hips begin to form in the spring and ripen in the fall.

Carrot Soap - Carrots aren’t just good for your eyes. They are also good for your skin. Carrot seed oil is thought to have the ability to regenerate mature skin cells and may help promote tone and elasticity to skin. Carrot seed oil has potent antioxidant properties. It has vitamin A and minerals. Carrot seed oil can help sooth inflamed or sensitive skin. The wild ancestors of the carrot most likely came from Afghanistan.

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