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The Benefits Of Using Cold Process Handmade Natural Soaps

The number one benefit of cold process handmade natural soaps is using vegetable oils, organic herbs, and 100% pure essential oils to create a wonderful bar of soap that is good for all skin types. The second benefit is that no synthetic chemicals, preservatives, artificial colors or harsh ingredients are added in the soaps.

Cold process handmade natural soap cost more than the detergent bars you'll find in the supermarket. But the difference is these soaps are actually good for your skin. If skin care is your primary concern or if your skin tends to be very sensitive, you would benefit from using the cold process soaps.

Mighty fine soap handmade in small batches using the cold process method. Each bar contains rich extra virgin olive oil, anti-aging palm oil, and creamy coconut oil. Scented with organic herbs, & 100% pure essential oils.

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