{Handmade Soap Bar} Face Cleaning

It is the second last week of August, which means that Spring is just around the corner! My children get so excited to see bursts of sunshine and warmth in between the cold and the wet weather. Watching flowers appear in our garden and their school garden brings them so much happiness. They love to play in the sunshine and the rain!

This week I am featuring our gorgeous Facial handmade soap - our featured soap is always included in our soap sampler pack Our Facial Handmade Soap is completely unscented, which is perfect for a super sensitive area such as the face.

As always it includes feel good oils like Olive, Coconut, Sunflower, Rice Bran, Avocado and Castor. All added because of their individual benefits to help to make the skin glow.

Also included is Shea Butter for its creamy skin loving properties, plus it is incredibly moisturising and rich in essential fatty acids and vitamins like A, E and F. Shea butter is also known to help boost the skin’s production of collagen. Exactly the ingredients our skin needs to detox the daily dirt and grim from our face.

Simply wet the soap and roll it over your hands a few times to lather the soap. Gently rub the lather into your face and notice the softness of the lather on your skin. Using a hot cloth to gently remove the soap will help buff your skin, removing dead skin cells and allowing you to shine. Your skin will feel gently cleansed without stripping your skin of its natural oils, which causes redness and dryness.

 I do recommend a face oil or moisturiser to complete your skin care routine. You can check out my Face Serum here or Nourishing Face Cream here.

All our handmade soaps are made using a cold process method, that helps to keep the goodness of the oils and butter in the soap. Our soaps are hand mixed, then hand poured into moulds for 24 hours. After unmoulding, they are hand cut and allowed to sit for 6 weeks to ensure they fully cure. This soap is safe and gentle for all skin types.


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