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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Dead Sea Mud

Today we are soaping dead sea mud. I just love natural unscented soaps. To me they have a beautiful sweet fragrance to them even though there is no added scent, and I just love the uncomplicated naturalness to them.



We start our cold process soap batch with
Olive Oil
Coconut Oil
Palm Oil
Cocoa Butter
Castor Oil 
and then we add in a couple tablespoons of dead sea mud


Dead sea mud works great to cleanse and is known to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties and can refresh and regenerate the skin. This mineral-rich mud has been used for centuries for its cosmetic and health benefits.




4 comments:

Christina said...

Very nice Stacie. I need to try one of these soon. I bet they are luxurious.

Alegria Mediterranea said...

Look so good for the skin!
Glad I met you,
Claudia.

Lindsey @ Bear Soap said...

These turned out beautiful! I agree with the natural thing - the natural scents come out and it feels back to basics.

soapjam said...

Your dead sea mud soap sounds really good and soothing for the skin. I love soaps with fragrance and design, but at the same time, I also love simple and natural soaps. :-)