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Neem Oil bar soap has a soft thick wonderful lather that pampers skin and hair. This soap can be used on kids, adults and even dogs that have skin conditions without worry because it is mild. 30.8% of this bar soap is Neem Oil gotten from a trusted supplier that is certified to sell fresh organic neem oil. The smell of this neem oil is mild and has a more nutty smell. We have also used quassia bark infused in this bar along with oats that are soothing. Since this is for people who have some skin issues we have also not scented this soap to avoid any problems.

Ingredients: Saponified Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Seed Oil*; Aqua; Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Oil*; Elaeis Guineensis (Palm) Kernel Oil*; Avena Sativa Kernel (Colloidal Oats) Flour; Sodium Lactate; Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil Hydrogenated; Picrasma excelsa (Quassia Bark Infusion). *Organically grown and processed


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We developed a special liquid soap using Neem Seed Oil. It is can help soothe skin problems such as rashes and bug bites.This soap can also be used by those suffering bouts of a head lice infestation. As a shampoo this has a great thick lather that rinses away easily.

Ingredients: Saponified Aqua; Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Seed Oil; Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil; Glycerin; Sodium Citrate; Picrasma excelsa (Quassia Infusion).

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Our supplier sells fresh organically grown and expelled Neem Oil and honestly it is the best neem oil I have ever smelled. It has a nutty fragrance unlike the neem oil from other suppliers we have bought from. This supplier filters it again after they receive it.

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Neem Cream - Rain Forest ingredients of Andiroba Oil and Cupuacu Butter with Copaiba Balsam essential oil. Then we added Neem Seed Oil to compliment the properties of these ingredients to come up with a special soothing thick cream for those special skin areas. Good for those sweaty hot feet and other hot sweaty parts, but can be used to sooth irritations or even used as a pre-conditioning treatment before shampooing your hair.

Ingredients: Aqua; Azadirachta Indica (Neem) Seed Oil; Theobroma grandiflorum (Cupuacu) Butter; Carapa guianensis* (Andiroba) Oil; Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate; Cetyl Alcohol NF; Copaifera Reticulata; Panthenol; Phenoxyethanol (and) Ethylhexylglycerin.

This cream comes in a jar of 4 or 8 ounces.

Andiroba Oil Uses https://www.anniesremedy.com/carapa-guianensis-andiroba-oil.php

Cupuacu Butter Uses https://mypureradiance.com/rainforest-secret-to-youthful-skin/

Copaiba Balsam Essential Oil Uses http://www.doctorshealthpress.com/food-and-nutrition-articles/alternative-remedies-food-and-nutrition-articles/copaiba-essential-oil/

Neem Oil Uses http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/home-remedies/herbal-remedies-20-health-benefits-of-neem/articleshow/20083389.cms

Neem Oil and head lice. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21667206

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4 Responses to About Plain Old Soap

  1. wazbaz6 says:

    Just ordered my first bottle, looking forward to getting it. Since you are married to a mechanic I was wondering if you have come up with a miracle working greasy diesel mechanic remover?

    • plhamp says:

      Thank you! Joani wants one too. You two been talking? Dumb question.

      I am working hard on the mechanic soap. Ron my guinee pig keeps testing for me and I think I almost have it. So far he likes the newest one for hands. I want to see if it stops the cracks he gets in his skin over winter because the store stuff dried his hands out so much. Does Dan prefer liquid or bar for soap for his hands? Need one for gardening etc. too I think.

      Laundry? Have some I made up and his clothes are better but not totally perfect. But they were a mess to begin with. My clothes are better and works better in a couple of ways – clothes are getting better as far as dullness from old detergent build up and they are soft with no fabric softener. I will be putting this up for sale too. We use only 2 oz. per large load of clothes

      • wazbaz6 says:

        Dan seems to like liquid soap better. Just got my “warm vanilla” hand soap. It lathers good and smells real nice. I know I’m gonna get addicted to this and can’t wait to try different scents. Amber is extremely sensitive to all creams, soaps, shampoos etc. Maybe you can suggest something for her.

        • plhamp says:

          Glad you like it. Amber should use a castile soap made of of 100% olive oil. Mildest soap there is and has the least problems for most allergy type situations. Start out with unscented and if she knows she isn’t allergic to something in a scent of essential oil go to that. Can do up a small bottle for her to start out with in liquid to try out. I will be doing some bars of 100% olive oil soap too in the future. Many of the commercial soaps, shampoos and creams have chemicals in them preservatives in them. Did she have trouble with any flowers or grasses when young? Things that made her itch or sneeze? As far as a liquid soap for Dan with out any scrubby stuff in it – see if Joani to let him try the dish soap I sent her to test out for me. Cuts grease very well. Can’t suspend the scrubbies in it though. With pumice/ground walnut shells/ground loofa I am going to do more a cream in a tub. Will let you know when that is done as it takes a bit of time because it has to sit and go through steps over a couple of weeks.

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