Use & Care
How to make the most of your handmade soap:
- Gently massage the lather onto your skin, using circular motions to cleanse thoroughly. Pay special attention to areas prone to oiliness, dryness, or dirt buildup.
- Ensure all lather is rinsed away, especially in areas with delicate skin, such as the face and genitals.
- Keep soap away from the eyes. While rinsing, keep your eyes closed to minimize the risk of soap coming into contact with them.
- Long-Term Care:
- Allow your soap to air dry between uses to prolong its lifespan. Store it on a soap dish or in a well-draining soap holder to prevent it from sitting in pooled water, which can cause it to soften and dissolve more quickly.
- Avoid storing your soap in excessively humid or damp conditions, as this can lead to mushiness and premature deterioration. Instead, place it in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.
- To ensure your soap stays fresh and effective, it's essential to store it properly and use it regularly. Rotate between multiple bars of soap if you have a variety of scents to prevent them from becoming stale or losing their fragrance.
- If you notice the scent of your soap fading, try using it as soon as possible to enjoy the fragrance. Handmade soap typically has a shelf life of up to 50 years but as time passes the scent will fade so it's best to use your soaps as soon as possible. The scent will always come out stronger once the soap is wet.
By following these simple instructions, you can maximize the benefits of your all-natural handmade soap and enjoy a luxurious cleansing experience that's both effective and indulgent.
These are rather large bars - feel free to cut them in half for easier handling as well as the opportunity to switch scents sooner!