Made with real crushed lavender buds.
Soothe headaches, aid to sleep and relaxation, treatment of skin burns and inflammatory conditions.
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This top selling goat milk soap will submerge your senses and relax you in a floral garden! There are many claims of positive properties related to Lavender. The Lavenders (Lavandula) are a genus of about 25-30 species of flowering plants in the mint family. Essential oil of lavender has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Bunches of lavender are also said to ward off insects. If applied to the temples, lavender oil is said to soothe headaches. Lavender is frequently used as an aid to sleep and relaxation: Lavender oil (or extract of Lavender) is also used in the treatment of skin burns and inflammatory conditions.
of a non-drug variety
real handmade goat milk soaps, produced completely from scratch, using the ancient cold process method
considered to be “true” or “pure” soaps by definition
perfectly blended, creamy and gentle
soy bean oil
essential oils if applicable
fragrance oils if applicable
creamy, rich, goat milk
naturally homogenized, rich in emollients
contains caprylic acid, helps balance skin ph
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Natural Divulge's cleansing bars are of a non-detergent, non-cosmetic, non-drug variety. They are produced completely from scratch, by hand, using the ancient cold process method of saponification. Our goat milk soaps are considered to be “true” soaps by definition.
The definition of soap, according to Wikipedia Encyclopedia are as follows: “Soap, consisting of sodium (soda ash) or potassium (potash) salts of fatty acids is obtained by reacting fat with lye in a process known as saponification. The fats are hydrolyzed by the base, yielding alkali salts of fatty acids (crude soap) and glycerol. Many cleaning agents today are technically not soaps, but detergents, which are less expensive and easier to manufacture.”
What this all means in layman’s terms, is that the cold processed method of making “true” soap is to mix a strong alkali (typically lye) with fats. Water serves as the vehicle causing a chemical reaction called saponification. After saponification takes place, the end result is crude soap (“true soap”) and glycerol/glycerin. It is important to note that once saponification, or the chemical reaction has occurred, there is no lye present in the final product.
The majority of commercial products available on the market today are made by large conglomerates, mass produced in huge batches using a manufacturing process that removes the glycerin, and adds fillers such as synthetic detergents, hardeners, colors, and other various additives. Why do they remove the glycerin? Because they can use it to make other things to be sold separately - basically, they make more money by removing it and using it elsewhere. But what they’ve really done is remove one of the soap’s moisturizing components. By definition, these products are not soap at all. The detergents contained in them are what typically causes very dry skin and the removal of the glycerin with its moisturizing properties doesn‘t help either. Detergents along with other additives can also cause irritations in some. True soaps such as ours, made using the cold process method, retain their glycerin and have no detergent fillers or other such additives. We actually add a little additional glycerin to our soaps.
This is another important thing for you, the consumer, to be aware of. Melt and pour soap products are created using commercial soapmaking kits. Producers of these soaps often mislead the public with their advertising or labeling, by claiming that their products are “handmade”, or that their product contains “no lye”. In reality they are simply pre-made, commercial soap product kits, melted down, colored, scented, etc. and then poured into molds. These products are by no means handmade or made from scratch. The statement of “no lye” that some make, is extremely misleading. No “true” soap contains lye. As mentioned previously, after saponification occurs, there is no lye in the final soap product. Don’t be fooled or mislead.
Natural Divulge places a huge emphasis on the quality of our all natural, handmade goat milk soap products, the ingredients, and the processes involved in producing them.
We take great pride in our personalized customer service, and in always operating our business in a responsible and helpful manner.
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