Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Ask for Samples

There is a major difference in a commercial bar of soap versus a handmade bar. The difference is the glycerin content. Glycerin is a natural by-product of saponification, which is the soap making process. When a commercial soap is processed, the glycerin is removed and sold to the cosmetic industry and others because it is a valuable by-product. This wonderful glycerin is all left in a handmade bar of soap.Glycerin is a humectant...a substance which attracts moisture to your skin. In other words, it moisturizes your skin. Glycerin is what creates the silky feeling you notice when using a bar of homemade soap.If you have never used handmade soap before, we certainly hope you try a bar of any of our six varieties.

As a limited time promotional offer, you can request a sample of our soap by submitting the form below. We know you will be hooked, just as we were when we first started using handmade soap. You will love the way your skin feels when you begin using our soap...you won't believe the lather and the wonderful scents. In addition, the bar lasts as long or longer than a commercial bar if kept dry between uses.


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