Locally handcrafted Calendula Bar Soap that is excellent for anyone, but especially for those that struggle with skin conditions. The combination of lemon essential oil and the calendula flower petals will cleanse and nourish the skin. This soap is made from scratch in my own kitchen and each ingredient in it has a purpose. The soap will lather well and will clean your skin without leaving you with that dry, tight, alligator skin feeling. Because this soap is made the old fashioned way, each bar retains the glycerin that is naturally produced in the soap making process. Your soap bar will require a small amount of attention from you in order to lengthen its life span. Store your bar of soap in the organza bag it was purchased in, and hang by the tie to dry when in not in use.
Handcrafted Calendula Bar Soap - 4 oz.
Ingredients: lard, coconut oil, water, lye, calendula petals, lemon oil, and evening primrose oil.
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NOT RESPOSIBLE FOR IMPROPER USE OR SKIN REACTIONS.
Made from fresh, natural, sustainable and organic ingredients, they do not contain any synthetic dyes, fragrances, preservatives or filler ingredients. Dedicated to keeping our natural products SLS (sodium laurel sulfate), paraben and phthalate free.
Facts about ingredients
Lard is a great source of vitamin D
Coconut oil is wonderful as a face cleanser, moisturizer and sun screen, but also it can treat many skin disorders. If you have dandruff or dry hair, coconut oil has the perfect fatty acids to help improve these conditions.
Calendula petals cure fungal skin infections, heals irritated and wounded and dry skin, prevents premature aging, prevents acne, soothes contact dermatitis.
Lemon oil can improve your complexion and leave your skin soft and supple. Lemon oil benefits skin by deeply nourishing.
Evening Primrose oil is recognized as an efficient remedy for eczema and a number of other skin problems due partly to its GLA content and other essential fatty acids which are necessary to correct skin health.