Every wondered how our beautiful Cleanse With Benefits soap gets made? The lovely Hepzi from Cleanse With Benefits writes this blog post giving us an insite into just what goes into these amazing soaps:
Green Tea Clay Soap
This facial soap is so gentle and kind to the skin. Green tea is a great anti-oxidant and clay helps to remove toxins working to clarify and clean the skin. Not to mention that it is packed with tonnes of beneficial oils and butter which keep your skin noursihed and moutisurised. In this blog post we are going to give you a peek at how we create this awesome bar of soap.
The soap making begins with combining the lye & green tea infused water mixture with our recipe of oils & butters which include shea butter, cocoa butter, coconut oil & olive oil.
We mix & when the soap reaches the tight consistency we then add the Green Tea fragrance oil, clay, colour & tea leaves & pour into the clear soap mould; this is the first soap layer!
Dusting the coca powder between layers creates a thin pencil line across the cut soap bar.
Repeating the same method as the first layer of soap we pour the second layer carfefully over the dusting of cocoa powder.
Finished with a sprinkling of tea leaves.
24 Hours later….
Now we sit and wait 5 weeks to let the water evaporate from the soap bar & until the bar reaches a prefect ph level ready for use.
Thanks Hepzi, this is such a great blog post. To all our lovely retailers we hope this give you a little bit of information to help sell these glorious products to customers. If you are a customer, please don't hesitate to contact us, we can put you in touch with a retailers in your area that stocks Cleanse With Benefits.
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Happy Friday everyone.