Honey is a natural humectant, drawing water from the atmosphere onto the skin. Yoghurt contains amongst other things lactic acid and zinc, both of which serve to soften skin. When I learned that ground oatmeal has been used traditionally in bath water to soothe itchy skin, I had to test it out and feedback from my friends suggest it’s true! So in went the oatmeal.
Important Care Instructions
To prolong its useful life, please take extra care to allow the soap to be as dry as possible in between uses. Do not enclose it in a soap case. Instead, placing it in a well draining soap dish in a well ventilated room is best.
Also, the best place to store your fresh, unused soap, is in an airtight container placed in the fridge. When you remove it from the fridge, please use it right away, because condensation will begin to form on the soap as it warms up to room temperature.
Characteristics and Usage
Use on: Face, body, hair.
Scent: Unscented, but has a light aroma of the ground oats that doesn’t linger after your bath.
Lather: Rich and creamy when used directly on hair or bath puff/sponge. Lathers up quite nicely in the palm of your hand too.
Sodium olivate (olive oil), Sodium cocoate (Coconut oil), Cera alba (Beeswax), Mel (Honey), Fresh yoghurt, Avena sativa (Oats), Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) extract