Sea Salt Soap
"Yemaya" by Maria Guilia Alemanno
Sea salt soap has been one of my best selling bath products over the years. The larger grains on top are purely decorative, while the fine sea salt throughout the bar slowly dissolves as the soap is used. Over time, the soap takes on the appearance of a smooth stone. Most of the salt soap bars can be used on the body or face. The first few times you use one, it will be slow to lather but be patient: as the edges begin to wear down it becomes easier to lather in the hands. Rubbed directly on wet skin, it acts as a gentle body polish and used with a nylon bath puff it will generate mountains of lather. It works well in hard and soft water and lasts for a very long time.
Try it yourself and see why it remains one of my best-selling soaps ever.
Dead Sea Mud
Customers often reach for this soap first, with its pale blue-green swirls and the fresh scent of lavender, peppermint and rosemary. When return customers are asked what they like so much about this soap, they usually mention the scent and how clean it makes their skin feel. Some claim that it helps them to relax after a stressful day or that it washes away bad mojo. Whatever their reason, it's been one of my best-selling soaps for fourteen years.
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