Should I use natural soap?

The short answer is, yes you should.  'But it's so expensive and hard to find the right one,  Is it really worth it?'

Yes it does cost more than regular soap and it can be tricky to find a trusted brand that you like, however the benefits are very worth it!

Try to think of soap like you would your favorite meats at the grocery store.  You and I both know that if we only buy sausage, bacon, and processed canned meat that our heart and blood pressure would eventually have a melt down!

So what do we do? 

We try our best to split the difference and get that healthy and lean chicken breast and turkey to even it out.  Well it's somewhat the same with skin products.


The good news is that we can enjoy 100% of the soap we use and really do not have to give up anything as good as a good ole slice of bacon!  In fact, most anyone will enjoy natural and organic soap much more that the store bought ones.  The bonus part is that it really is not any more expensive when you add up the cost correctly.

Most handmade soap is crafted using natural ingredients that have a longer lasting bar than the products they sell you at the store, some Handmade Soap even last twice as long as normal ones!  Just that benefit alone can even the cost out but there is another thing to consider. How much moisturizer do you have to use to counteract the drying conditions that cheap soap leaves you with?  How much time and effort do you spend on rubbing lotions and creams because your skin is just not right after that shower?  Is it really worth it?  Not to us, which is why we craft and use our own natural and pure soap. 

As with almost all store bought products, the soap ingredients have been stepped on too many times to make it a viable healthy product anymore.  

What do I mean by stepped on?  

Well think of it this way.  What if you desperately needed a glass of water because you were dehydrated and thirsty.  So, here I am with a company that provides water but I happen to be far away from you and have many cost associated with getting it to you.

In order to get this water to you I need to find a method that is not only affordable for both parties but also fast and easy.  

After months of research (which is common in any product industry) I find that the process involves loading water from my supply source into a pipeline, then into large plastic containers, then into barrels, then it needs chemicals to preserve and purify it, then into smaller containers and eventually a smaller bottle for you to drink.  

Get the point?

After all this touching and chemical process, how much of the natural nutrients contained in the water are still there?  How much bacteria and impurities have been added to make it drinkable?  

Sure, when you finally get that bottle of water you are happy and it seems to fix your current problems but at what cost?  

Sadly, many of our products these days have the same story.  We often sacrifice convenience for safety and health.  


With many Handcrafted Soaps, all the raw nutrients that are good for our skin and healthy for our body are still within the soap itself.  It has not been refined and processed so that the good stuff that actually helps your body long term is removed.  With these facts in mind, wouldn't it be worth it to adjust a few habits that could significantly change your health and even your life to a more sustainable and healthy one?

As with anything that is good for you, you can't just change your habits for one day and expect results.  You need a plan.  You need to set a goal to be healthy one day at a time and maybe one area or product at a time.  

Your skin is a good place to start because it not only helps you be healthy but also makes you look great in the process!

Are you willing to try something new that your body and health will benefit from for years to come?  It is a great time to join the millions that have given up those heavily marketed cheap store products and switch over to the real and natural stuff!  Find out more.

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