The first is a Dead Sea Mud Bar with Dead Sea Mud and Seaweed. I fragranced it with Sea Glass, which is a nice green fragrance. I am very happy with the way it came out. What is so special about a Dead Sea Mud Soap, you ask, well let me tell you. Many Spas use Dead Sea Mud to cleanse and detoxify your body. This does the same, only you won't get "muddy" so to speak. People have been using Dead Sea Mud for years believing that it will make them look younger, revitalize them and so on. I don't make any medical claims with the soaps that I make, but I will say that you will feel refreshed after using it. I have also put seaweed in here as I thought that it would go along nicely with Mud.
I formulated a beautiful shampoo bar with Olive Oil, Avocado Oil and Beer just to name a few of the ingredients that I used. This didn't orginally start out as a shampoo bar, it was a beer soap. I decided that I would try this one on my hair. I have used cold-processed soap in my hair in the past but they usually left my hair brittle, dry and unmanageable. When I tired this one, it was love at first lather! My hair is manageable, soft, silky and bouncy. I have not used commercial shampoo since and that has been about six months now. I have had family use it and they too have fell in love with my shampoo bar. I was using a Honey Ale fragrance but now I am using a fragrance similar to Herbal Essence. I plan on making some more with other fragrances so you will have a few to choose from. I also made a batch without beer and it is also a good bar, but I personally prefer to use one with beer. the first one pictured is with beer and the second one is without. The lather from this bar is amazing, you can't really tell the difference between it and the lather from a commercial shampoo.
Another one of my favorites is Green Springs, it smells just like Irish Spring, A lovely unisex, fresh clean scent. All I can say is that I love this one!
So I am not only making body soap, but I am also making laundry soap and a stain remover. My laundry soap is shreds from my stain remover so you get the additional benefits from my stain remover in your laundry soap. I have had a stain on one of my night shirts and had tried everything to get it out with no success (It had been on there for months). After I formulated my stain remover, I tried it on that stain. I wet it and rub the stain remover on it and made a paste. I didn't even let it sit very long, before I threw it in the laundry. To my wonderful surprise, the stain was out! Others who have used it have told me that they have gotten stains out that they tried everything else with. Now, I'm not going to say that it will take out every stain you have but it does get out many staiins. You just have to try to it beleive it. With the laundry soap you use 1-2 tablespoons per load. I tend to use a little more but you will be surprised that it does get your clothes clean. It doesn't make a lot of suds; if any at all but it is doing it's job. I not only make the powder laundry detergent, I also make the liquid, but I usually use that for myself :) Who knows, maybe I will offer the liquid is a quart size.
I will be sharing more in the upcoming weeks and hope that you have found this to be informative and insightful to some of the products that I offer to you.