Here's what Jessica Sutton of Paint Creek Naturals whipped up for our first anthology and what it can offer you (besides smelling amazing and pampered skin):
lavender: balance and love
cinnamon: combats depression and strengthens a weak heart
tea tree: healing and strength
When you care about what you put on your body, it's good to know all of the benefits:
The oils, butters and waxes in this soap were chosen for their vast range of skin healing properties.
The natural vitamins A and E found in shea butter combat blemishes, wrinkles, bites, burns, sun damage and free radicals. Shea butter contains the same moisturizing properties produced by your sebaceous glands. Your body knows what to do with this type of moisturizer!
Coconut oil is packed with triglycerides that help smooth the skin and retain moisture, even skin tone and reduce the appearance of pores.
Olive oil contains three major antioxidants: Vitamin E, polyphenols and phytosterols. These antioxidants protect skin from premature aging, damage caused by free radicals, ultraviolet light and restore skin smoothness.
Beeswax creates a natural moisture locking barrier on the skin, keeping moisture in and toxins out while still allowing skin to breathe! Beeswax is also used for it's anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
Pure Michigan honey is packed with enzymes that help clarify the skin. honey is a natural humectant, it hydrates the skin by drawing moisture from the air. It's natural antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties also make it a great addition to any soap!
No synthetic fragrances or dyes used
Here's how to care for your soap:
All products should be kept in a cool, dry place. Heat and humidity can hurt all the wonderful healing properties of the oils and cause them to separate!
Keep soap dry between uses by storing it on a slotted soap dish! This will prolong the life of your purchase and keep the soap solid.
The essential oils in this product will evaporate over time. Best if used within a year of purchase!