Introducing “Clear Skin” Eczema soap
I’ve been making this soap for years with the purpose to “moisturized very dry skin” the results has been fabulous and for my surprise years down the road I’ve been hearing how great and amazing this soap has been. It took years to realized that yes is a fantastic soap but there’s also so many natural soaps out there that are great. I’m more realistic than a dreamer. This soap has improve not only the dry skin but also Eczema , witch when I created this soap that wasn’t the on the top of my head. As I heard stories about not only relived the itch and dry spot, also the eczema disappeared in only a week of use. I improve the soap to be used in baby’s and kids as well and after hearing more successful stories in just days of using the soaps I think is time to truly shared this with you.
My reason for getting this soap promoted this way is my nephew Hank and my beautiful baby Penelope among others. My nephew Hanky came to visit us last year and I couldn’t believe how bad was his lower back, I never seen it so bad and so much redness , he was so uncomfortable and was so sad to see a 1 year old with skin problems. I made a batch of soap for him and days later I receive the news that the eczema was better and this was a huge area on his body. Week latter it was gone. Baby Penelope arms also and wearing long sleeves did not help , she also have clear skin and feels good to see her happy rather than uncomfortable and itching all the time. She had so many creams, prescriptions and remedies that did not help at all. Bryan as well had a rash recently on his hand and he was thrilled about the soap “”Ommy you have to promote this soap more than any other soap , this soap is a miracle “” so that’s why I’m introducing you Clear Skin Soap and I know it will work wonders for you as well.
The Problem With other Soap
The inflammation that occurs with eczema disrupts the barrier of the outer skin layer, making skin dry, red and itchy, and increasing the skin’s susceptibility to irritants, such as soap. Regular soap also contains chemicals , which help break down dirt and debris on the skin. But these can strip the skin of moisture and aggravate eczema. According to the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology, most soap has a pH of 9 or 10 -- more alkaline compared to the skin’s pH of 4 to 5. Any soap that increases the skin’s pH level, including bar soaps, shower gels, cosmetic washes and bubble bath, can worsen eczema symptoms.
They have a wonderful creamy and bubbly lather.
Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin , Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Sorbitol (moisturizer), Sorbitan oleate (emulsifer), Soy bean protein, shea butter,honey, wheat protein, pumpkin butter seed, essential oils, cooked oatmeal