Soap Shavings

Why You Want Beer in Your Soap and How I Make That Happen

Why You Want Beer in Your Soap and How I Make That Happen

Myself, our family and friends are the lucky ones who get to enjoy the Marketing Capuchin's wonderful selection of craft brews but he obviously can’t sell them. However, now you can buy soap made with ‘Little Christopher’s’ home brew beer. 

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The Many Benefits of Beeswax Lotion Bars

The Many Benefits of Beeswax Lotion Bars

When I was first asked, back in November, if I sold lotion bars I said, “lotion what?” I had never even heard of a lotion bar. Was it a type of soap that moisturizes your skin. But, being the curious person that I am, I went home that night and did some research. And, sure enough, there they were - beeswax lotion bars - made with just four ingredients; beeswax, coconut oil, Shea butter (or any another butter like cocoa butter) and essential oils.

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Behind the scenes - making Cinnamon Oatmeal soap

Behind the scenes - making Cinnamon Oatmeal soap

On my agenda today is making my Cinnamon Oatmeal soap. I can’t seem to keep it in stock so I figured I’d make a large batch this time and I’m taking you along for the ride. So today I’m just gonna ‘soundbite’ the process with some pics along the way.

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The Many Benefits of French Green Clay

The Many Benefits of French Green Clay

Cedarwood Soap offers several products made with French Green Clay (also known as Illite or Sea Clay). French Green Clay is great for normal to oily skin as it helps absorb impurities from your skin, tighten pores, exfoliate dead skin cells and has been shown to help with healing acne.

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