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Ingredient info

Tussah Silk -adds silk amino acids to your soap creating a silky feel with great lather.

Alfalfa Leaf Powder 

INCI (Medicago sativa). Modern herbalists refer to alfalfa as "The Big Daddy of them all" in terms of nutritional value.  Alfalfa contains vitamins A, B1, B6, B12, C, E, K, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid, and many essential amino acids. Additionally, alfalfa contains proteins, calcium, phosphorus, manganese, iron, zinc, and copper.  Not only is alfalfa nutritious, it also provides the skin and hair with cleansing and purifying qualities.

Orange peel is rich in vitamin C and other fruit acids that are thought to benefit skin by increasing the production of collagen and stimulating circulation. Irradiated for bacterial control. All Natural.

Cucumber has long been regarded as beneficial for the skin. According to the Cambridge World History of Food, cucumbers have been used at least since the Nineteenth Century in soaps and other cosmetics.

They're believed to improve the complexion, soothe the skin, and fade freckles. Cucumbers do seem to be somewhat astringent, and cool cucumber is pleasant on the skin on a hot day.

ALoe Vera gel So, what makes aloe vera such a renowned medicinal plant? Rich in glycoproteins and polysaccharides, aloe vera has a range of applications in alternative medicine, especially in the repair and growth of skin and the relief of inflammation. 

When used in soap, this clay is wonderful for those with sensitive skin. Kaolin Clay is rich in potassium, titanium, and silicon which when wet, will give your soap a smooth, silky, and creamy feel. Kaolin clay is also useful in retaining moisture when applied.

DAndelion indused oil

Calendula leaves

White Bentodite Clay

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