This scent features an earthy, musky, smoky and deep scent, seeing its heyday in the 1960's. In the 1960’s patchouli was known as the ‘Hippy Plant’ and still is a favorite of those in touch with their earthly instincts. Many a hippy has long enjoyed the smell of patchouli incense burning! Minimum weight: 5.5 oz.
Grimy Girl Soap: CREAMY, GENTLE, SUDSY, & MILD. It is specially formulated to clean skin gently, and not leave your skin dry and tight after use! We actually add extra oils to our soap that become suspended inside the solid bar of soap. When you use it, you release these extra oils which then cling to your skin and nourish and hydrate skin. You really won't believe the difference in your skin after just one use!
DRY SKIN ISSUES? If you suffer from dry skin issues, we suggest not using any type of body poof, wash rag, loofah or anything else that will scrub the skin. These items strip your skin of its natural protection... body oil. A little oil is definitely a good thing, to much... not so much. Oil on the skin does three things. They A) Keep moisture inside the skin and inside your body. B) They keep germs and bacteria out C) they nourish and hydrate the skin preventing dry skin. When you strip these oils off every day, this causes dry skin. FOR BEST RESULTS: We recommend just wetting the soap and gently rubbing it on the skin and rinsing off. Of course, there are times when you will get more grimy than other times, and then you scrub skin. But for daily use, please be gentle on your skin and don't scrub it. Pamper the Skin You're In!
Ingredients: Our 99% natural body soaps are made with a base of either lard or tallow. They also contain coconut oil, sunflower oil, cocoa butter or shea butter, and castor oil. To get the vibrant colors you see, we use micas (which is what is used for blush and eye shadow). And we use high quality, skin safe fragrance oils and essential oils to scent our soaps. Most of our soaps are strongly scented.
We have to have something to turn the oil into soap, and that is sodium hydroxide. You can’t make soap with it! No need to worry though: In a properly made bar of soap, all the sodium hydroxide is used up in the soap making process. If you want to test your soap to make sure there is no sodium hydroxide present, then you can lick your soap. Yes, lick it. If it tastes like soap, then it is safe to use. If it zaps you (kinda like a 9V battery), then you should NOT use it. Our soap is guaranteed SAFE to use.