The Price of "Clean" Should Never Be Dry, Itchy Skin!
For years, I thought soap naturally dried out your skin. It certainly dried out MY skin. And itchy, dry skin isn't just uncomfortable - it makes you look older, worn out, and it's not healthy. It's also completely unnecessary!
I tried everything I could get my hands on: fancy glycerin soaps, liquid soaps that promised to "lock in moisture", soaps that were enriched with vitamins and antioxidants, and imported soaps from the natural foods store. In the end, none of them were noticeably better, no matter how much more they cost.
If you're like me, you eventually pick the "least bad" soap and compensate with lots of moisturizer. Because, by this point, you've learned - soap dries out your skin. That's just how it works.
YOU HAVE LEARNED WRONG.
(Hint: Homemade soap actually MOISTURIZES, rather than DRIES, your skin!)
Homemade soap is NATURALLY high in glycerin and leaves your skin smooth, moisturized, and incredible looking.
Even better, when you make it yourself, you can use real ingredients, like olive oil and shea butter, and leave out the cheap, irritating chemicals.
Most people are amazed that anybody could actually make homemade soap, but...
...making your own soap, from scratch, is much easier than you might think. You can do it in your kitchen, with a few simple tools and easy-to-find ingredients.
And your homemade soap (even if you've never done it before) will be a million times better than anything you can get from the store.
Not sure you believe me yet? Want to try it yourself? You should, because once you do, there's no looking back!
Learning how to make your own soap is a fun, creative outlet. But, beyond that, the soap you create is simply unbelievable. I can't imagine anything that would get me to go back to store-bought soap. I noticed the difference the first time I used homemade soap, and within a few showers, I was hooked! There's no going back now! ;)
To help you get started, I've broken out everything you need to make homemade soap into ten simple lessons, available for free by email. Just sign up in the box below, and you'll get lesson 1 sent straight to your inbox.
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