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But I CAN tell you that it’s ABOUT 6.5″ wide but about 4.5″…
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Why would we put such things in our soaps?? It turns out these ingredients provide vital relief for certain skin care problems. Richelle is here to walk you through the reasons why you might want to try one of these specialty soaps.
Hello everybody! Welcome to the third in our video blog series. What we’re going to talk about in this session is a couple of our soaps that were developed by customer request. These soaps have ingredients in them that are very specific to certain conditions.
First – If you’ve been anywhere on the internet in the last couple of years you’ve seen activated charcoal. What’s so great about activated charcoal? It detoxifies – it binds toxins – it deodorizes. So I think just by that explanation you can see why it would be good in a skincare application. It is very commonly being used for things like acne and blackheads. Detoxifying that acne-prone skin. We’ve got a lot of people using very successfully in their hair as a shampoo. Also, a little bit of trouble with body odor even after you’ve showered? It can be a problem. Try a soap with activated charcoal in it because it’s a great deodorizer.
Next, we have the Pine Tar soap. This is not a soap we sell for the fantastic smell. Because it smells like pine tar! Swedish pine tar, to be exact. This soap contains a pharmaceutical grade pine tar. Historically it’s been used for well over a century particularly for psoriasis. Also, eczema, other irritations, seborrheic dermatitis in the scalp, severe dandruff. You will still find pine tar soaps and shampoos recommended by doctors and dermatologists today. And I can tell you from the experience of one of our own children: it works! Our daughter was able to completely clear up her seborrheic dermatitis in the scalp with 2 weeks use! It’s not going to be our best-selling soap as far as fragrance, but it works! One thing that I have found out is that if the skin condition is miserable enough, you’ll use it! It’s been extremely popular, done very well, so we just wanted to explain the special ingredients in these soaps for you.
Let us know in the comment section if you have further questions about these two soaps or even use that space to share your experience using these soaps!
The reasons we have so much trouble with mainstream skin care products are numerous, but two reasons, in particular, lead the pack. These products strip the oil out of our skin, leaving our largest organ trying to repair itself by replacing the oil stripped away. This leaves us in a cycle of being tight and dry followed by the inevitable oil slick. Each time we strip the oil away, our skin over-compensates for the lack of moisture by creating more oil.
Getting right down to basics, when cleansing and moisturizing your skin, it is imperative that you keep in mind that oil dissolves oil. Do not be afraid of applying oil to your face. Oil, alone, will not bring you blemishes. It is not a malicious force to be reckoned with; it is there for the benefit of your skin, allowing your largest organ to function properly. It is naturally occurring. Learning to work with your skin, not against it, will save you tremendously.
The basic concept of this skin care and cleansing method is that the oil used to massage your skin will dissolve the oil that has hardened with impurities and found itself stuck in your pores. Hot water will open your pores, allowing the oil to be easily removed. Should you need it, the smallest drop of the same oil formula patted over damp skin will provide the necessary lubrication to keep your skin from over-compensating in oil production.
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Not only does your natural oil help lubricate, it also heals, protects, and moisturizes your skin so that it may function properly. Pure oils can be used all over the body to achieve these results. Hands, elbows, knees and those dry cracked feet can benefit greatly if you take the time to massage oil into the skin.
Our oil blend is safe to use on the delicate skin around the eyes. Grapeseed oil and grapefruit essential oils are loaded with antioxidants to repair skin around the eyes, reducing wrinkling and puffiness. Use the cleansing and repair oil to safely and gently remove eye make-up while moisturizing at the same time.
…has a number of benefits for the face, particularly where moisturizing and healing are concerned. People for centuries have been rubbing small drops of the oil onto the sensitive skin around the eyes to reduce puffiness and wrinkles, and it works as an all-over moisturizer, too, often leaving the face looking supple and refreshed. Acne sufferers often report that it reduces breakouts, and dermatologists sometimes recommend it as a natural way to reduce the appearance of scars and other facial blemishes.
As a moisturizer one of the things that sets castor oil apart from other vegetable-based oils is its very high concentration of fatty acids. It is prized in skin care for its ability to quickly moisturize. The fatty acids penetrate the skin relatively quickly, lubricating dry patches and helping cells stay hydrated by surrounding them with a protective oily coating. These benefits are often very transparent on the face, where the skin tends to be more sensitive and more exposed to environmental elements like sun and wind.
…contains the hard to find toctrienols, which are members of the vitamin E family. The common form of vitamin E, tocopherol, has long been used to treat many skin ailments and is found in many anti-aging products. Vitamin E is a strong antioxidant that helps the skin to fight free radicals that damage the skin and cause fine lines and wrinkles. Used topically toctrienols are able to penetrate deep into the skin’s layers to enable healing and protection from the base up.
…is full of nutrients, including vitamin A, which has many healing properties and has been known to aid in treating blemishes, wrinkles, eczema and dermatitis, as well as burns and even stretch marks. Shea butter is also packed with antioxidants like vitamin E , as well as polyphenols and phytonutrients. These ingredients make shea butter an anti-inflammatory, which is why it works so well at moisturizing and soothing all types of skin.
…retains moisture, and in preventing the skin from drying out, it helps to keep wrinkles at bay. It is extremely powerful at keeping away bacteria and maintaining youthful skin and contains a rich mixture of vitamins and other natural substances that have a healthy effect on your skin and its pores. It is very good for acne sufferers, especially if the traditional acne remedies have failed. It is very high in antioxidants, particularly the antioxidant vitamins A, C and E, which prevent free radicals from damaging your skin and creating wrinkles and the appearance of premature aging.
One of the benefits of the sunflower oil is that it acts as an antioxidant, due to the presence of vitamin E in it. As an antioxidant, Vitamin E, in the sunflower oil, also acts as a moisturizer, by helping the body cells retain water inside them,.Moreover, folate or folic acid, present in sunflower oil, helps the body in the manufacture of new cells.
…is a powerful moisturizer that is beneficial to restoring dry or flaking skin. coconut oil helps to strengthen skin tissue more deeply and eliminate dead skin cells while absorbing quickly into your skin.
Coconut oil also helps to delay the occurrence of wrinkles because it contains antioxidant Vitamin E, known to protect skin cells from damage over time. The Vitamin E found in coconut oil soothes eczema, sunburn and psoriasis, and its antiviral and antifungal benefits even help to treat bug bites.
Coconut oil contains three fatty acids: capric acid, lauric acid, and caprylic acid. Each of these acids kills candida, a common cause of fungal infection on your skin.
…When Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil is included in skin care products, there are several benefits. It is an effective skin toner. It benefits oily or congested skin and can help prevent or battle acne. Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil can improve skin elasticity and ease muscle fatigue or stiffness. It is a bactericidal antiseptic which kills odor-causing bacteria (among others). The uplifting citrusy scent is used in aromatherapy to energize.
We promise you won’t be disappointed. (This is a number one seller in our online market for a reason!)