I use Organic Honey, Silk, Oat Groats and homemade Almond Milk. Soothing oatmeal gently exfoliates as the honey traps and seals in moisture leaving skin soft and supple. The finely ground oatmeal in this soap helps exfoliate the skin. Honey is a natural antiseptic and has been shown to assist skin repair.
We offer our soap in Scented and Unscented. The scented is a Honey Almond scent that is divine! We use our own honey from our own bees!
Benefits of Almond Milk & Oil:
Anti-Inflammatory - It reduces inflammation topically
Immune Booster - boosts immunity and provides robust protection from various diseases
Emollient - excellent moisturization property. It is used to eliminate excessively dry skin
Sclerosant - Used to treat vascular issues like spider veins, hemorrhoids and varicose veins
Analgesic - a mild pain reliever
Muscle Relaxation - massage with almond oil soothes stressed and sore muscles
Cicatrizant - helps wounds heal faster
Anti-dandruff - it dissolves away dandruff from the scalp
Benefits of Honey:
Acne – a natural antibacterial; great for acne treatment and prevention
Aging – full of antioxidants; helps slow down aging
Complexion boost – extremely moisturizing, soothing and helps create a glow
Pores – clarifying because it unclogs pores
Benefits of Oatmeal:
Finely ground oatmeal is a natural exfoliant gentle enough to use every day. By exfoliating dead skin cells, the soap will unclog your pores and improve the texture and appearance of your skin. Removing accumulated dead skin also enables moisturizers to penetrate to deeper layers of the skin, so they can be more effective at combating dry skin and preventing premature aging. Reduce the frequency of exfoliation if you experience redness or irritation after using oatmeal soap.
Oatmeal soothes skin irritation and itchy rashes, such as those that occur with contact dermatitis, eczema and poison ivy. It also helps relieve sunburn pain when used in the bath or applied directly to burned skin. Colloidal oatmeal controls itching by restoring moisture to the stratum corneum layer of the skin, and you can use oatmeal soap instead of traditional bar soap for eczema. The Nemours Foundation suggests adding oatmeal to bathwater to relieve itching from chicken pox.
As with any new product always test for a potential allergic reaction.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.