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  • Which soaps are best for sensitive skin?
    My 100% natural soaps are highly unlikely to cause skin sensitivity, but I offer a range of gentle options that are particularly suited to those with sensitive skin. One such soap is the Gentle Lavender Soap, which boasts a velvety texture and creamy foam, making it a great choice for babies as well. In addition to the Gentle Lavender Soap, I offer a variety of other gentle soaps that you may be interested in: Shea-Butter & Coconut Milk Soap Lavender & Oatmeal Soap Unscented Moisturizing Soap Classic Moisturizing Soap Aloe Vera Soap
  • Which soaps are best for dry skin?
    Naturally made soaps are particularly beneficial for dry skin due to their high concentration of glycerin, a natural byproduct of the soap-making process that has been scientifically proven to moisturize the skin. In addition to glycerin, our natural soaps are enriched with nourishing ingredients such as olive oil, hempseed oil, shea butter, and cocoa butter. Together, these powerful moisturizers deeply hydrate and nourish dry skin, leaving it feeling soft, supple, and healthy. Commercial soaps found in supermarkets and pharmacies often contain a high amount of potentially harmful chemical additives that can cause skin dryness, irritation, and even cancer. In contrast, our natural handmade soaps are free from phthalates, parabens, synthetic dyes, allergens, synthetic fragrances, and preservatives, making them a gentle and safe choice for your skin. Here is a list of the best moisturizing soaps that keep your skin healthy, soft and well-hydrated: Classic Moisturizing Soap A superb choice to rehydrate your skin. This formula is packed with ultra-moisturizing ingredients, making it an ideal choice for rough, brittle, scaly, or even chapped skin. Aloe Vera Soap Refreshing and caring thanks to the moisturizing gel made from organic, wild harvested aloe vera leaves. Soothes and gives firmness and elasticity to your skin. Lavender soap Has a calming, relaxing, healing, anti-inflammatory and anti-itching effect. Ideal for irritated or even damaged skin. Shea Coconut Milk Soap This soap offers a luxurious, velvety and creamy lather that deeply moisturizes, leaving your skin feeling delightfully soft and smooth. Lavender Oatmeal Soap A a true dream team for your skin! Lavender has natural healing and relaxing properties, while oat milk provides a delicate and creamy lather for a luxurious bath experience. Turmeric Geranium Soap Rich in antioxidants that protect your skin against free radicals and premature aging. Ideal for dry, mature or tired skin. Organic Hemp Soap Hemp oil is a good source of essential fatty acids to strengthen your skin's immune system. Excellent for sensitive or stressed skin. Citrus Calendula Soap Hydrate your skin with the soothing benefits of calendula blossom extract and enjoy a delightful, fruity scent. Chocolate Molasses Patchouli Soap Indulge in a luxurious bath with our nourishing chocolate blend, crafted with high-quality cocoa butter and coconut oil. Rich in valuable vitamins and minerals, our dark molasses formula will leave your skin feeling pampered and rejuvenated. Natural soaps are a great way to prevent dryness and provide essential nutrients for your skin. However, it's also advisable to use a high-quality Body Butter, particularly during the harsh winter and dry summer months. This will help to keep your skin moisturized and nourished.
  • What type of hair is each shampoo suitable for?
    After much experience in selling solid natural shampoos, I can say with almost certainty which type of hair each shampoo is suitable for Dry and/or curly hair - molasses coffee shampoo or Shampoo Coconut milk Straight and/or oily hair - hemp shampoo Thin and/or fine and/or normal hair- For all hair types including scalp problems - gentle shampoo - Shea and coconut milk Scalp psoriasis - high success rate with hemp shampoo because it contains 20 percent of the amount of oils pressed organic hemp oil Happened, which is known to help with psoriasis and indeed in many cases clients have reported improvement Other scalp problems such as seborrhea and eczema just take according to your hair type, because the 100% natural shampoos have a good chance of improvement For children over two years old - all shampoos can be especially suitable coconut milk shampoo lavender scent For babies under two years old - you can use in baby soap also gentle for washing All natural shampoos, whatever they are, are not tear-free and you have to tilt your head so that the foam does not get into the children's eyes, if you still want a tear-free shampoo, you should buy a shampoo that contains chemicals. You won't know if the soap burned your eyes or not, but that doesn't mean it It's good that the foam got into the eyes If you are still not clear which of the types suits you best, you can order the experience kit, which includes four halves of shampoos so that next time you can know which of the types you like on you .the most Transitioning from unnatural to natural shampoo can be adaptation period< /a>
  • Which soaps can be used during pregnancy
    Although my soaps have a noticeable smell, which results from the use of high-quality essential oils in a sufficient amount, the amount is always safe, especially in oils that are considered strong, such as: peppermint, cinnamon, clove and more In addition, soaps are washed off, so the oils do not stay on the skin or hair In any case, there are essential oils that are prohibited during pregnancy, so I would advise pregnant women to avoid soaps that contain them During pregnancy, you can use the following soaps Organic lavender soap, mild with a lavender scent, also suitable for babies and sensitive skin - a very good choice Citrus calendula soap turmeric geranium soap Lavender Oatmeal Soap moisturizing soap coffee shampoo Geranium Shampoo Shea soap and coconut milk rose soap If you can't stand any smell, feel free to purchase A block of olive oil soap without smell that will last for all time Pregnancy and more and will also be suitable for a baby I also keep in stock other soaps without scent, they are not always displayed on the website - feel free to write to me if you are interested in them And end with a warm recommendation: Chocolate Shea Body Butter which is without essential oils, contains oils and butters in their raw state and can help nourish and soften the skin during pregnancy and even prevent stretch marks
  • What is the best soap for children?
    When dealing with children, I ensure to utilize mild soaps with a pleasant aroma, while refraining from utilizing potent fragrances that are favored by most adults. It is crucial to guarantee that the soaps are gentle enough by abstaining from utilizing rough exfoliants or strong essential oils. Furthermore, the soaps must also be appropriate for washing hair and free of chemicals that may cause eye irritation. Even though some commercial products are promoted as "non-irritating" and "tear-free," they are not truly suitable for children owing to the presence of potentially harmful components. In any situation, it is essential to ensure that soap or shampoo does not come into contact with the eyes, irrespective of whether they are advertised as "irritant-free" or not. Here are some choices that consider the requirements and preferences of children: Classic Moisturizing Soap Mild Lavender Soap Lavender Oatmeal Soap Aloe Vera Soap Shea Coconut Milk Soap If you're searching for the most popular soaps among children to gift someone, I can provide you with some valuable advice based on my experience with direct selling. The following soaps are not only 100% natural, gentle, and ideal for children, but they also provide amusement and inspire their imagination because of their unique shapes: Chocolate Cake Soap (funny & cute) Lemon Grass Soap Cupcake Soap (magical & fantastic) Rose Hearts Soap Lemon Sunflower Soap (happy & cheerful) Natural Rose Soap Citrus Calendula Soap
  • Is it possible to use the solid shampoo for straightened hair?
    Any shampoo or natural soap whatsoever, without exception, contains caustic soda or caustic potassium, the reaction of the caustic substance with the oils and butters produces a type of salt, because in hair that has been smoothed it is not possible. to use salts, I cannot take responsibility At the same time, I have clients who use my natural solid shampoo at their own risk and have not reported any problems to me
  • Who is the facial soap suitable for?
    My facial soap boasts a powerful combination of two types of clay and activated charcoal, which work together to effectively break down and eliminate excess oil, makeup, sunscreen, and environmental impurities from your skin. By deeply cleansing your pores, this soap helps to eliminate pimples and blackheads, resulting in a more naturally radiant appearance. The soap is also generously enriched with raw, organic shea butter and cold-pressed hemp oil, which help to prevent skin irritation and dryness while providing nourishment. Additionally, the high-quality essential oils used in this soap, such as lavender, rosemary, tea tree, and mint, have a disinfecting and calming effect on your skin. Ideal for normal, oily, and acne-prone skin, as well as gentle makeup removal. If you are looking for a facial soap that is better suited for dry skin and rich in natural vitamins, antioxidants and anti-aging properties, I recommend browsing the "Which soaps are suitable for dry skin?" section in the question tab. There, you'll find a selection of soaps specifically formulated to nourish and moisturize dry skin.
  • There are many good scents that you don't make, why?! Coconut, jasmine, vanilla, sandalwood, passion fruit"
    I do what I believe in and don't do what I don't believe I am a soap maker who makes soaps exclusively from 100% natural materials . Artificial scents are not healthy for the skin and body, nor for the soul I only use essential oils There are plants from which essential oil cannot be extracted, including almost all fruits, coconut and more There are plants from which extracting the essential oil is expensive and complicated, therefore they are very expensive, in soaps you have to put a huge amount of essential oil in order for them to feel the smell, so it is really out of the question to use them and for sure you smell them from soaps the smell is synthetic, including: sandalwood, Lily, jasmine, lotus, rose and more Vanilla ... well vanilla, as strange as it sounds, vanilla also cannot be used for essential oil, vanilla as a scent in soaps is synthetic My customers appreciate the fact that I make the cleanest cosmetics I can and those who really, really can't live without the scents I mentioned end up buying from someone else and that's fine with me, because I don't do what I don't believe in: the reality of my business proves to me another time Once I have the clients who believe in me even though and because they don't have all the smells and colors they are used to I work with an Israeli importer who conducts a laboratory test on the essential oils to make sure they are pure and not fake. I don't go the easy way of the artificial scents that are horribly cheap, strong for the face and do not require even a slight effort of the soul. Essential oils are expensive but help in the natural care of the skin and stimulate the senses
  • How are the soaps packaged for delivery? How do I conduct my business in terms of waste recycling?
    I make the most ecological packaging I can, soaps are not very fragile, but can arrive damaged if the packaging is not protective enough.Each soap is packed with a paper strip, behind each soap is a paper note with the name of the soap and a complete list of ingredients. I then wrap each soap in recycled paper.If you order a large amount of soaps, I put them in a recycled cardboard box.If you order a small amount of soaps, they are placed in a padded envelope. (You are welcome to throw in the orange bin)The packaging of the raw materials that reach me is recycled whenever possible. (orange, blue can, plastic bottle container, glass container) There are not many packages left that do not fall into these categories.I recycle raw materials that come to me in a box by using software to line the boxes of the shipments I take out. Some suppliers are willing to take back packaging for refilling.Those who come to the booth or studio with their own box or cloth bag can receive a product that is absolutely zero waste.
  • Why can you also order uncured soaps from me?
    Crafting handmade soaps demands both love and patience. The soaps need some time to harden and dry once the "saponification" took place. After that, they are removed from the mold, sliced into bars, and have to undergo a process of curing for a minimum of 4-6 weeks in a cool, dry place with good airflow, to allow the excess water to evaporate. Similar to fine wine, soaps also improve with age. Through the process of curing, the soaps gain firmness and longevity, resulting in a more satisfying shower experience. After a month, I assess the level of maturity in my soaps to determine if they have completed the curing process or if they require additional time. Please note that curing dates are estimates based on preparation dates, and as a handmade soap maker, I may not always have all products available immediately. If you order only uncured soaps, I will ship them out as soon as they are ready. To reduce wait times and provide customers with more options and value for their delivery costs, I recommend the purchase of both, cured and uncured soaps, combined. This way you can enjoy the cured soaps first, before you start using the uncured ones. To avoid confusion, you will find on every uncured soap the name and the date when the cure period starts and when it ends. I recommend taking them out of the packaging and storing them in a well-ventilated and dry area, such as a shelf in your home, to allow them to dry and harden properly. Use a soap dish with a draining rack in your bathroom/shower to conveniently store cured soap without it dissolving too quickly.
  • Is the shaving soap also suitable for female shaving?
    In principle yes, but you will need to lather it with a shaving brush. However, if you prefer not to use a shaving brush, you can use alternative soaps that offer good protection and produce rich foam that can be used for women's shaving. Soaps: Classic Moisturizing Soap Solid Shampoos: Lavender & Oatmeal Soap Aloe Vera Soap
  • Do you offer soap making lessons or workshops?
    Producing and selling my handmade soaps is my passion, requiring a great deal of love and patience. Due to the fact that I work alone and have no employees, it is unfortunately impossible for me to find enough time for soap making lessons or workshops. However, there are many videos about soap making on my YouTube channel. These are informative, entertaining and absolutely free to watch. Enjoy!
  • Are soaps valid?
    see blog
  • Which soaps are best for intimate washing?
    Soaps made of chemicals in general are not healthy, especially when used in sensitive areas of the body. In the intimate area, it is better to avoid chemical foams and artificial ointments that may cause irritation to the sensitive skin in the intimate area. Since my soaps are made from 100% natural ingredients, there is no problem using them in the intimate area, unless you are hypersensitive. In this case, try to choose one of my soaps for sensitive skin (details of these are in the first question). If your sensitivity is extreme, choose One hundred percent olive oil soap without fragrance. You are welcome to contact us for additional questions.
  • I recommend my friends to purchase from you - is there any discount?
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  • What are some natural ways to achieve and maintain soft hair?
    Healthy hair generally doesn't require conditioner. However, if your hair is dry, brittle, and difficult to manage despite proper care, it may indicate that you are washing it too frequently or using an unsuitable shampoo for your hair type. In the "Questions and Answers" section, you can find recommendations on which of my shampoos are best suited for your hair type. Natural hair shampoos are moisturizing and nourishing, and any initial dryness will often disappear as your hair adapts over time. It is important to be aware of this adjustment period and be patient. There are several natural methods to soften hair and make the adjustment period easier: Apple cider vinegar has long been known for making hair beautiful. The acid in apple cider vinegar cleans hair and pores, regulates scalp pH, removes excess sebum, and smooths hair fibers, making them more supple and easier to comb. You should use a mixture of raw, unfiltered, organic apple cider vinegar (with the "mother") and water. You can learn how it works on YouTube. Hair oil can be true miracle cure that provides long-lasting shine, tames unruly hair, repairs split ends, and even counteracts greasy hair. The effectiveness of hair oil depends on the quality of the oils it contains. My hair oil contains only gentle oils such as argan, jojoba, and cold-pressed hemp, which are light and non-greasy. Just apply a few drops to the dry or wet ends of your hair and massage the oil evenly toward your scalp whenever needed.
  • Why are there no frontal sales points outside of Tel Aviv?
    I live and also create in Tel Aviv. You can purchase my products physically at the store/studio on Ben Yehuda Street in a central location in Tel Aviv, and also at the booth at the Benjamin Estate Artisan Fair on Tuesdays and Fridays. (If you don't want to shop, I'll give you a ride) I had previous attempts to sell to a third party (stores, etc...) that were so successful in terms of sales, that I realized it wasn't profitable. When selling to a third party, naturally they also have to make a lot of profit. It turns out that it is very unprofitable to sell handmade products in small batches for such a small profit, after all the hard work. I prefer to sell to direct customers only. At the same time, I come twice a week to the post office in order to allow my customers cheap shipping fees by registered mail, in addition to the more expensive option of home delivery. Regarding the scents: these are natural products, not synthetic fragrances, so most people know how to smell lavender, rosemary, lemon, etc.... If there is a problem with scents, you can consult me, I have a lot of experience selling to people who have a hard time with most scents.
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