It’s The Small Things

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Here are some of the main ingredients used in Sassy’s Soap and a bit about them.

Goat Milk – The benefits of goat milk are legendary. It has been used
for centuries as a luxurious beauty aid. The low pH level of goat milk
is close to our skin’s pH, making it a very gentle superb skin
cleanser and conditioner. Goat milk also contains alpha hydroxyl acids
and calcium, which are known for their restorative and rejuvenating
qualities. My Sassy Goat free-range browse on pastures which are not
treated with herbicides or pesticides. They also eat pure grains
without hormones. All of this makes for pure and fresh goat milk.
There is almost one whole ounce of fresh goat milk in each regular
sized bar of Sassy Goat Milk Soap.

Olive Oil – Contains natural vitamins A and E, as well as some
poly-phenols, well known for their ability to postpone aging. Olive oil
contains a natural moisturizer called squalene, which has the
incredible ability of regulating oil secretions from your body. It
also contains chlorophyll. This helps a great deal in healing wounds
and other scars. And Olive Oil is a source of natural antioxidants
that guard your skin from dangerous and harmful free radicals.

Coconut Oil – Has a small molecular structure which allows for easy
absorption through the skin, giving it a soft, smooth texture. It is
also high in antioxidants which prevents destructive free-radical
formation and provides protection against them. Coconut Oil helps to
keep connective tissues strong and supple so that the skin doesn’t sag
and wrinkle. It also aids in healing and repairing your skin. And
Coconut Oil in shampoo, softens the hair, conditions the scalp and can
help reestablish your skin and scalps antimicrobial and acid barriers.

Safflower Oil – Is used as a lubricant with occlusive properties,
meaning that it acts as a protective barrier to prevent water from
leaving your skin. Safflower oil in skin care products offers powerful
dirt and oil removing abilities and also provides a softening effect.
And Safflower oil works with your skin to soften dryness, smooth
roughness and soothe your skin and scalp.

Castor Oil – Contains ricinoleic acid, which delivers anti-
inflammatory benefits to the skin. Castor oil provides treatment for
minor cuts, burns, abrasions, sunburn, and prevents skin disorders
such as acne and eczema. It is skin conditioning and serves as a
natural emollient, which stimulates the production of collagen and
elastin that hydrates and moisturizes the skin. And Castor oil treats
wrinkles, repairing and rejuvenating the skin to make it look flawless
and smoother. It can also help diminish dark circles under your eyes.

Honey – Has a hygroscopic nature, which means when exposed to air, it
naturally absorbs moisture in from the air, keeping skin hydrated and
fresh, preventing dryness. The effective antimicrobial agent in honey
prohibits the growth of certain bacteria. Honey contains natural
antioxidant properties that can destroy biologically destructive
chemical agents. Not only could honey’s antioxidants help to eliminate
free radicals in the body, they are also part of the nutrient supply
for growth of new tissue, helping protect your skin under the sun and
help the skin to rejuvenate and stay young-looking.

Beeswax – Locks in moisture, fosters cells and protects skin from
damaging environmental factors. It is known for its healing
properties. Beeswax is a naturally nourishing moisturizer as well as
being anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-allergenic and a
germicidal antioxidant. Nonallergic, Beeswax sustains sunscreen action
with its water repellent properties, combines well with multiple
ingredients, and contains elasticity and provides greater permanence
on skin and lip surfaces. Bees fly approximately 390miles to supply
the beeswax in one regular sized bar of Sassy Goat Milk Soap!


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