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Accordingly, nothing on this website or any product description, should be construed as a statement by me that the use of these products will have any effect on pre-existing physical and/or mental health conditions.
The information in these listings pertains to the properties of specific ingredients used in the product, and nothing more.
If skin irritation occurs, discontinue use.
Base: Shea Butter. Great product for smoothing, soothing, and conditioning your skin, rapidly absorbed into your skin. Shea butter is safe for all skin type and provide wide range of benefits including moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, helps boost collagen production, helps promote cell regeneration, offers added sun protection, won’t make your skin oily, antifungal, may help prevent acne, may help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scarring, may help soothe insect bites, may help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, may help soothe conditions like eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis, may help soothe sunburn and other skin burns, may help soothe insect bites, can help promote wound healing.
Base: Aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is known for its nourishing properties that are immensely beneficial for our skin and hair. It has an ability to repair skin and restore its natural moisture. The cleansing ability of Aloe Vera Soap Base makes it perfect for eliminating dead skin cells, dirt, sweat, dust, and other toxins from the skin and hair. The anti-inflammatory properties of this soap base make it soothing various skin conditions and issues. It is 100% transparent soap base.
Red is for energy, passion and danger
Blue is for calm, trust and intelligence
Yellow is for happiness, hope and spontaneity
Green is for nature, growth and harmony—but also wealth and stability
Purple; Purple is for luxury, mystery and spirituality
White is for minimalism and simplicity.
Note: For Mix color ( indicate in the comments to the order which colors you prefer to mix from the list of 5 mentioned above and white/clear)
Lavender. “The Oil of Communication”, Lavender aids in verbal expression and calms the insecurities that are felt when one risks their true thoughts and feelings. It encourages emotional honesty and insists that one speak their innermost thoughts and desires. Through lavender’s courageous spirit, one is free to share their True Self with others.
Orange. Orange Essential Oil has a sweet zesty orange aroma. It is positive and sunny, bringing happiness and warmth to the mind. It encourages releasing negative and highly charged emotions like obsessions and fears, assisting emotional balance to be restored.
Sandalwood. Sandalwood oil is widely known for being a spiritual, sacred oil, used around the world during practices of prayer and meditation. Perhaps this is because of the way the oil impacts a busy mind, calming thoughts and anxiety or worry, allowing a person to relax into a peaceful state, let go of their own mind/ego, and slip into presence (especially when applied to the forehead, the prefrontal cortex, which is your worry center of the brain).
Vanilla. Has sedative properties in the body. It can calm the nervous system and regulate blood pressure, as well as lessen hyperactivity and restlessness. It also appears to aid with anxiety and sadness, since it combines relaxation with a mood boost.
DECORATE YOUR SOAP:
Using herbs in your soap. Adding flowers to any natural soap recipe can transform an ordinary bar into a botanical treasure. Take for example my lavender soap recipe. The bars in themselves are great for your skin and beautifully scented but it’s the dried lavender on top that makes them special.
ADD LOOFAH SPONGE INSIDE YOUR SOAP:
The leading benefit of loofah sponges in the bathroom is of course the naturally exfoliating property of the outer material; creating a good lather when covered with soap, which can be a great way of removing dead skin cells and keep you looking your best. As loofah sponges are completely natural, users do need to take care to ensure the texture is not too abrasive for their skin – as such, we recommend avoiding the use of loofah sponges on the face and very sensitive areas of the body.