Lye: Lye in the form of both sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide is used in making soap.
Distilled Water: Using distilled water is consistent. By using distilled water in your soap making, you know that you aren’t add anything that could possibly cause any problems with your batch of soap.
Ghee: Ghee also has remarkable skin-softening properties. Like other butters, it sinks into the skin and keeps it moisturised and smooth. For this reason, ghee soap can be beneficial to dry skin.
Shea Butter: Shea Butter is high in stearic and oleic acids, which will produce a long-lasting hard soap with a stable conditioning lather.
Olive Oil: Olive oil has been used as a cosmetic and soap ingredient for thousands of years. In today’s soap making, olive oil, botanical name Olea Europaea (Olive) Oil, helps to produce a moisturizing creamy rich lather.
Canola Oil: Canola Oil gives a nice, low, creamy lather and is moisturizing.
Vanilla Essential Oil: Vanilla Oil has been proven to fight infections and diseases caused by oxidation and inflammation. Vanilla oil also promotes skin and hair health, relieves muscle pain and cramps, and balances hormones naturally.
French Vanilla Coffee: Coffee grounds are a great exfoliant.
SIZE: You will receive a 3 – 3.5 oz bar of French Vanilla Coffee Scrub wrapped with a Kraft paper label listing the ingredients on the back.
Note: The above information is given for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat or cure any disease. Please check the ingredient list for possible allergies. If you are unsure, always do a patch test first
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