I just got the feedback for my very first customized shaving soap! I also made a shaving cream which I used for my self and I was very satisfied!
Whats different between a soap for washing and a shaving soap are the ingredients. In shaving soaps you need more castor oil and probably some palm oil (because of the Stearic acid) but I used only stearic acid and no palm oil.
The result was nice, and the smell even nicer! The customer got also a label with his name on the soap! The containers are upcycled.
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Soapmakers like me have often this problem: dry hands. If on top of it you are into a lot of cleaning and fixing things home, you imagine what the effects on your hands can be … After a visit from a friend with the same problem, I decided to experiment a bit with different combinations of oils, butter and essentials, because I was not completely satisfied with only oilive oil/coconut oil combi. The result is a gorgeous smelling rich cream full of healing and nourishing ingredients with incredible results!
Here i s a trick which I am very happy that I found: I juice one or two whole likes – that is: with seeds and peels, save the juce in a amber container and add some colloidal silver for prolonging the shelllife =)
Updated October 30, 2017, copied from https://www.verywell.com/tips-for-cooking-crock-pot-meals-2241867
Giving your child an oatmeal bath is a simple, effective, and inexpensive solution for a variety of pediatric skin conditions. It can be used for everything from soothing a sore bottom from diaper rash to hydrating dry skin and offering relief from eczema. Not only is this good for children, you can use it yourself for itchy or dry skin problems.
When your doctor recommends an oatmeal bath for a skin condition, you could buy a commercial product, but instead, you can make your own at home for around a dollar, using ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.