Why is natural soap better?

because it is vegetable oil based, not crude oil based

Why is natural soap better? Once I made natural soap, I could never go back to the store brands. I've tried lots of them over the years like Dial, Irish Spring, Pears, Coast, and when my skin starting breaking out, I used Dove, which seemed to help, a little, but not enough.

Also, if you are trying to avoid certain allergens like perfumes or nuts, then making your own soap is the best way to know exactly what is going in it.

Below, are the 82 reasons to why is natural soap better,:

  • uses vegetable oils such as olive and coconut

  • no crude oil like store brands soaps

  • store brands soaps are, chemically, really detergents

  • avoid allergens

  • avoid synthetic fragrances

  • natural soap has natural glycerin retained

  • commercials soaps remove the glycerin

  • have your favorite natural scent

  • use natural colorants

  • have soap that matches your decor

  • as gifts, these are inexpensive to give

  • this can be a hobby that pays you back

  • perfect as a part time business

  • low start up costs

  • add specialty oils like rose hip

  • avoid using unethical bio-oils

  • know exactly what is in your soap

  • make an all-natural shampoo bar

  • make natural anti-bacterial soaps

  • make natural insect repelling bars

  • lower your daily chemical exposure

  • erase an existing skin condition

  • make an odor eliminating kitchen bar

  • making soap creates an creative outlet

  • you'll want to create other natural products

  • avoid triclosan!
  • And a list of details that will be covered in the ebook that is free with your DVD purchase:

  • What exactly is soap?

  • How three simple and basic ingredients are the platform for all soap recipes

  • The difference between Cold Process and Hot Process soaps

  • A list of basic supplies, which you may already have

  • See full color photos of the all-natural soap that you will have recipes for

  • Handling the lye with ease

  • The best Carrier Oils (aka Vegetable Oils) to use for soap

  • There are five varieties of water, which is best for soap?

  • The types of lye and which you will need

  • How to make soap with Step by step instructions in detail, and

  • A quick-reference page for soap making day

  • List of Specialty Oils you may wish to add to make super-luxurious bars

  • How to make soap with Goats Milk, there are 3 ways

  • A list of therapeutic essential oils that provide you with the scents from nature

  • Benefits of the pure and natural values of essential oils

  • How to add other significant ingredients such as herbs, clays and more

  • Discover what fragrance oils are and why they are bad for you

  • Colorants for your soap, natural vs synthetics, which is better?

  • How to best line your trays

  • 32 of the best selling soap recipes

  • 4 different soap base recipes

  • Saponification chart for creating your own base recipes

  • How you can speed up the soap making process

  • Molds, what can you use and what works best

  • Curing time for the perfect bar

  • Testing the PH levels of your bars

  • Wrapping and labeling your soap

  • FAQ's

  • What is Melt and Pour soap?

  • What is really natural?

  • Gain tips and tricks that other books don't tell you

  • Totally easy to understand instructions

  • All in an easy to download and print PDF format book
  • All the reasons for why is natural soap better, are the same reasons for why is natural lotion better. Creating natural lotion has never been easier, use high quality yet inexpensive oils to fashion a lotion just for your skin type. The Lotion and Perfume making sections include:

  • An equipment list that only requires a couple of kitchen utensils

  • An ingredient list comparison between natural and not-so-natural lotion

  • Step-by-step directions

  • Essential oil blend suggestions for unique perfume scents

  • What is in those commercial perfumes?

  • Which Carrier Oils is best for your custom-made perfume

  • The cost of making your own lotions can start at 15 cents an ounce!

  • But there is even more benefits to making soap!

  • How to make soap naturally and save up to 85%

  • Generate a second income by selling at work and markets

  • Never pay $4.00 to $12.00 a bar again

  • Have a hobby that will pay for itself and give you a profit.
  • Use basic natural ingredients that you can easily find at a grocery store

  • How to make soap with special purposes, like shaving and anti-bacterial

  • You will be introduced to professional soapmaking techniques

  • Your investment in this book will pay for itself in the first batch

  • How to make soap right in your own kitchen using basic kitchen equipment

  • Natural soap is a major factor in lowering your daily exposure to chemicals

  • You will save approximately $33.55 on your very first batch of soap

  • Eradicate your daily contact to the toxins from store-brand soap

  • Stop paying corporations for their products that depress your immune system

  • Never subject yourself to unnatural brand name soaps again

  • Avoid those petroleum-based tar shampoos forever
  • Making soap is a therapeutic experience like other creative endeavors; you'll be counting the hours till you can make more! And a great page of those store brand products...

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