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Lavender Lemongrass

Lavender Lemongrass

Regular price $9.99 USD
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Lavender is probably the No 1 essential oil when it comes to healing skin conditions, burns and cuts. With its anti-imflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial and detoxifying benefits.  Lavender can help reduce redness, soothe and calm the skin and rapidly heal minor cuts and scrapes, as well as any rashes.  Plus we all know Lavender is known to help one relax after a stressful day or before bed.

 Lemongrass oil is known to enhance skin texture from cleansing and detoxicying the skin/pores to help eliminate excess oil from the skin. 

The antioxidant properties of the oil aid in neutralizing the free radicals and promoting the skin's suppleness.

Ingredients

  • Olive Oil
  • Soybean Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Canola Oil
  • Sunflower Oil
  • Organic Shea Butter
  • Water
  • Sodium Hydroxide (Lye)
    Details
    • Each bar is approx 4.5-4.8oz and measures approx 3 5/8 x 2 1/4 x 1"

    • Organic w/ natural fragrance oils or essential oils

    • Handcrafted in small batches in the USA and cold pressed - which take 4-6 weeks to cure! Which makes cold pressed soaps the best of the best.

    • We've found some customers prefer a high fragrant smell and others prefer a minimal smell with more of a "soap" undertone. Under scent you can always find which soaps have more of a fragrant smell vs soap smell :)

    NOTE: Every soap will differ in style and design as they are each handmade.  Some will have an over abundance of color while others will be minimal.  We do our best to balance out each per order so you don't overwhelming have one style over the other with design :)

     

    Sodium hydroxide?

    Sodium hydroxide is a chemical compound that holds or maintains the pH of skincare products, also known as lye. In soap, it’s combined with animal fat or vegetable oil in a process called saponification. Essentially, soap is a mixture of base oils, a diluted lye solution, and herbal additives.


    During the soap making process the lye is heavily diluted with water, and added to the oils to create a thick mixture. The mixture is then added to a mold for 24 hours to harden, and set to cure for 4-6 weeks. During the curing process, the soap bars lose water weight, in which the sodium hydroxide is dissolved. Therefore lye is needed for the chemical process that soap goes through, but it's not present in the final product.

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