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Focus on You! Bath Bombs
Your inner state of Harmony, balance, and spiritual realization for self-healing with these all natural, organic, Agni-Charcoal and activated black charcoal bath bombs. Also contains the cleansing power of African black soap and sweet almond oil, used to gently dislodge debris from deep within skin pores and follicles, and also may help prevent future acne because of its vitamin A content. Put one of these in your Vedic bath bombs into your bath water, relax and connect with the atmosphere while cleansing your body of excess toxins.
Activated charcoal—an ingredient perhaps best-known as those black specks in our Brita water filters—has recently been showing up in everything from trendy ice cream to skincare products. Beloved for its detoxing abilities, this it-ingredient is credited with cleansing skin, whitening teeth and treating acne. To get in on the skin-clearing natural wonder, we picked up some food-grade activated coconut charcoal and put it to work in marbled soap bars and bath bombs that mean business. Our skin has never felt cleaner—or our bathrooms more luxurious.
Also, use our Ayurvedic Activated black charcoal soap. And don’t forget your Chalises homegrown loofah sponge for exfoliation.
Click here to indulge in your “Focus on You” Charcoal Spa Set today.
The first time I made Beer Soap, it was just scented with a beer fragrance oil. At the time I didn’t understand why anyone would want that scent. After all, old beer really smells bad. Little did I know, until recently, there is another side to beer soap and actually I was and am still intrigued by what I learned. Now we know that when making soap a chemical change takes place and all of the ingredients put into a batch of soap is not the same after the process is finished.
First, in cold processed soap usually water and lye are mixed together added to oils and through soaponification, soap is created. Well, in this case beer is used in place of the water and mixed with the lye. I added to the batch some mica for color and fragrance. But, the beer transformed and is no longer beer, but the hops, grains, extracts and other good stuff remains in the soap leaving some very interesting results. Now, please check out this article in the link below. It will better explain the interesting and beneficial facts of Beer soap. http://blog.drsquatch.com/the-wonderful-world-of-beer-soap/
Now that I have all the facts, it will be a regular part of our soap lineup. Click here to purchase our fabulous Beer soap.
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