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Why should I use homemade soap instead of store brought soap?  Commercial soaps contain harsh contents to prolong shelf life, water softening agents, provide lather. These chemicals can lead to rashes, dry skin, allergic reactions, and to eczema in worse cases. They can strip skin of its natural oils, making it prone to infection and irritation. Also, the skin is the largest organ of the human body and absorbs what is put on it directly into the body. Not only are soap companies using all synthetic ingredients, they are taking out one very important ingredient that naturally occurs during the soap making process, and that is glycerin. Commercial soap companies sell it to cosmetic companies for creams and lotions. Glycerin promotes moisture. Dry, flaky and itchy skin, is skin that is thirsty for glycerin.
Why are essential oils used?  Mitchell & Co. use essential oils to replace artificial fragrances and harsh chemicals found in commercial sops. The use of essential oils in everyday life adds natural fragrance and therapeutic properties. What is it important to ex-foliate?  Ex-foliation reveals fresh new skin and makes it easier for your skin to absorb products when applied.
 The primary purpose of a salt scrub or sea salt scrub is to ex-foliate the skin and to replenish minerals such as magnesium, potassium, calcium and sodium, which are crucial to skin metabolism. Why should a salt scrub or a sea salt scrub be used?
Cominng Soon! What type of scrub should I use on my face?
Ex-foliation is the process of removing the oldest dead skin cells that cling to the skin by using an abrasive. Some methods of ex-foliation are dry brushing, using a salt or sugar scrub, or chemical peel. What is Ex-foliation?

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