A Mystic Water Soap™ specialty, sea salt soap has been one of my consistently best selling bath products over the years. Fine sea salt is added to the soap batter while it is semi-liquid and remains suspended throughout the bar, dissolving at the same rate as the soap so that it acts as a gentle exfoliating ingredient. The rougher grains on the top of the bar are decorative and will wash off after a few uses. The first few times you use a salt soap, it may not make much lather but be patient: used directly on the skin, it works like a gentle body polish and used with a nylon bath puff it will generate mountains of lather. As the edges begin to wear down it becomes easier to lather in the hands. One other thing: salt can sting an open cut, so don't use on broken skin (or do, and think of it as a dip in the ocean...) Also, salt corrodes metal so save your nickel-plated soap dishes for other soaps and use wood, ceramic, plastic, stainless steel or stone dishes for these. This is another soap that lasts and lasts.
Dead Sea Mud
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Back for a limited time: brick red swirls in a salt bar with 10% shea butter, scented with dark patchouli, Virginia cedarwood, cinnamon leaf, oak moss, lime and petigrain essential oils - the scent has been described as "a clean dirt smell" or "dark and complex".
Sea Salt Soap
Customers often reach for this soap first, with its pale blue-green swirls and the fresh scent of lavender, peppermint and rosemary. When repeat customers are asked what they like so much about this soap, they usually mention the scent and how clean it makes their skin feel. Some claim that it helps them to relax after a stressful day or that it washes away bad mojo. Whatever their reason, it's been one of my best-selling soap for twelve years.
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