As it turns out, dry skin can be lots of fun. Momma raised me to wash until I was “squeaky clean,” but that led to copious amounts of follow-up creams and lotions. (Pond’s Cold Cream was a staple in our house.) Even the best moisturizing “beauty bars” left my skin screaming for lotion. I became a card-carrying lotion junkie, and have probably impulsed enough bath and body potions to last a lifetime.
That is, until I started making my own natural soaps. It started as a hobby that evolved over time. I played with various recipes, and have come up with one that I really enjoy. Even my husband has become a soap snob, and can’t travel without taking my soap along to use in the hotel. (Thanks, honey.) I still like my lotions and potions, and certainly still impulse buy other people’s natural soaps, but I’ll never buy another “beauty bar” from the store — and my skin no longer screams for help.
Hand crafted soaps, body butter, body balm, lip balms, lotion bars and deodorant bars are made with all vegetable oils and butters to love your skin, delightfully scented to lift your spirits.
Soaps are made in small batches with olive and coconut oils, cocoa butter, oils of organic sustainable palm, avocado, organic sustainable palm kernel and castor, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, and essential &/or fragrance oils lovingly combined using the cold process method. These take four weeks to cure. See what’s currently available on the shelf in my massage office.
Balms and butters and other potions are made to order in small batches using similar wholesome ingredients, and can be ready especially for you PDQ. Just let me know what you would like, and give me a couple of days to work it into my schedule.