Hibiscus & Eucalyptus Vegan Soap
This Hibiscus & eucalyptus Vegan Soap Bar was Handcrafted in beautiful Port Isabel, Texas.
I never realized, the amazing benefits of Hibiscus till I got to Texas.
It’s important to allow yourself the room to learn continuously.
To never think you have reached an absolute.
10 years ago I never even heard of the word Hibiscus.
Yet, here I am not only consuming it as a beneficial tea but, making Hibiscus decoctions and infusions for soaps.
Here’s an awesome article on why Hibiscus is Amazing, as a tea, for skin and other health benefits.
If you haven’t noticed, based on my other soaps I love love love using Eucalyptus.
Its just so great for an Aromatherapy inspired Shower.
Eucalyptus oil is a vasodilator by nature.
Hence, massaging the body with it regularly will help you improve blood circulation throughout the body.
It is also anti-bacterial & anti-inflammatory.
Since, Eucalyptus oil can cool down our body it will be a great addition during the scorching heat of summer.
This Vegan Soap Bar is
Purifying, Cleansing, Clarifying, and Immune-boosting
There are many myths on how personal care products effect and penetrate into our skin. A quick search on the matter will leave you confused and unsure of whos giving you the facts. Unfortunately, there aren’t many regulations in the beauty industry at all, especially around marketing language, so brands can kind of say whatever they want. So how can we be sure are products are safe?
Dr Chan Yung, a dermatologist at Apex Dermatology Institute in Tsim Sha Tsui, States:
” Since some chemicals can enter your bloodstream through topical application, its best to avoid products that contain harmful ingredients such as parabens, SLS, a preservative called methylisothiazolinone, and heavy metals, My advice is to read the label when buying your skin care products – even organic or ‘chemical-free’ ones. Such descriptions may sound appealing, but some of these products may contain harmful preservatives.”
What makes our Vegan Soap Bar stand apart?
The Infusions we add?
The fact that we make it from our Tour Bus?
How about, how its made in different states across the country?
Let us know your thoughts!