Sponge away impurities with our lemon Loofah Soap. The loofah is more soothing than traditional soap, and gives your skin better results. This only happens, though, if you remember to use it. And if you’ve ever felt the freezing water a loofah holds from hanging in your shower, you’ll know that sometimes using one is not as easy as it sounds. Enter the Loofah Soap combination—no more freezing water, and a quicker and better exfoliation for your skin.
The lemon scent is clean and refreshing, and your skin will appreciate the new found softness. First, wet the soap until it is soft enough to lather between your hands. Then apply it to wet skin over any spots that need exfoliating. Knees, elbows, and feet are great for this product. Gently scrub away the impurities while maintaining a comfortable smoothness. Rinse well once you’re done to remove any excess soap left behind.
Loofah Soap is also available in Amber, Lychee, and Lavender scents if you’ve already got the Lemon taken care of. Add to the life of your loofah by keeping it dry between showers. Sea sponges are also a great idea for guys, as it takes away the need for two products. Just lather and go.
Sabon soap doesn’t come in an average pre-packaged box sealed in plastic. There is nothing average about our soap, which is personally sliced for you in the weight and scent of your choosing. It’s like your soap destiny.
With all of that power and so many different types to choose from, selecting the one that is right for you can be overwhelming. If your have sensitive skin, though, our Vanilla Coconut Soap was made for you. The gently cleansing vanilla oil and replenishing coconut extracts will heal and revitalize your skin.
When it rains, it pours. Sensitive skin sufferers are often prone to have hair with split ends or dandruff, as if having troublesome skin wasn’t enough. Thankfully, this can help you with both. It is perfectly natural to use a bar of soap as a scalp treatment when it balances your skin and gives your hair as much shine as this will.
Despite the all inclusive healing qualities this soap has to offer, the natural features are just as appealing. Cleanse your art pallet as well. You can use it as home décor, or let the fragrance radiate by placing a bar inside closets or confined spaces.
When it comes to home décor, finding something that makes the room a little extra special always seems to make it more desirable. Nothing beats your own personal touch. Bathrooms are one of the few places you can always let your creative freedoms fly; you just need the right accessories to do so!
After you’ve decided on a color scheme and the ever difficult shower curtain selection, it’s time to pay attention to the finer details. The colors and patterns of Sabon handmade soaps are all appealing to the eye, but there are also soaps made that seem to specifically have design in mind.
The Madonna Soap is practically a symbol for beauty. A bar of this would sit quite nicely on a shelf or gift basket. Accentuated with a couple of Small Hearts and a bar of Decorate Soap, you’ll be giving your bathroom a signature style.
Since Sabon has so many Glycerine soaps to choose from, add a touch of color to the mix with a bar that matches the rest of the room. The added bonus of your new motif is the magnificent smell the soaps will emanate. This could be your smartest and most cost efficient room element yet.
Homemade Soap In this ecco, green time, many people are choosing to go organic and do it themselves by making their own soap. They can control what goes in and choose their favorite fragrances, shapes and colors. And just like making a cake, you’ll need a recipe to follow.
The most important thing to realize is making soap can be dangerous and you have to follow some basic safety procedures like don’t get lye on your skin, use goggles and make sure to have proper ventilation. There are a million sites out there you can go to for instructions, but it basically boils down to a process.
Making soap is a two-step process. First you mix lye and water together and then add a mixture of oils. Lye and water get hot when mixed and must cool down before being added to the oil. Gently heat the oil. Both mixtures should be the same temperature or about 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Use the oil specified in your recipe and don’t replace it with another oil. If it tells you to use olive oil, use it and not grape seed oil. Blend lye and water mixture with the oil and stir. A blender will take a few minutes, but manually mixing it can take hours.
You will need a mold. A 9 x 13 cake pan lined with wax paper makes a great mold, but you can improvise with other containers. This will make a big block of soap. Wrap in heavy blankets and let sit for at least 24 hours. When the soap has set, cut it with a sharp knife into bars/pieces and store on brown paper in a cool place. Turn over after two weeks. Soap can be used after a month.
This is the simplest recipe to make soap. Many online sites and books are dedicated to this art. Unless you have a lot of time and patience, it might be best to find a natural soap you can buy in a store. Sabon uses a centuries old Australian recipe to make our soaps. They are hand-milled and come to the stores in blocks and are hand-cut for you. We have 60 different soaps in a variety of shapes and scents. Take home a few samples and find your favorite today.