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Sappo Hill Glycerine Cream Soap Almond -- 1 Bar


Sappo Hill Glycerine Cream Soap Almond
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Sappo Hill Glycerine Cream Soap Almond Description

  • Hand Crafted In Ashland, Oregon
  • All Vegetable Oil Glycerin Cream Soap
  • Gluten Free-Non GMO-Cruelty Free
  • Biodegradable
  • Paraben & Phthalate Free
  • Minimal Packaging
  • Wire-Cut
  • Exceptionally Mild

Sappo Hill's traditional kettle process carefully blends palm and coconut oils for their rich, skin moisturizing glycerin.  Each cake is wire-cut, air-dried and aged to create a long-lasting soap for exceptional mildness.

 

This small-batch, time consuming process is no longer used by American soap makers.  Our vegetable oil 'glycerine creme' soap comes in many colors with a variety of fragrances to please every nose.  One of our most popular fragrances is Oatmeal, which smells like oatmeal cookies and contains a generous amount of Organic oats.  There are three versions of oatmeal soap, all excellent choices for an oily skin type.

 

For those with sensitive skin, we offer three colorless, fragrance-free soaps -- Natural, Oatmeal Fragrance-Free, and Gardener's Fragrance-Free.

 

Bursting with a bountiful amount of Organic cornmeal, our gardeners' soaps are a natural abrasive for busy hands & fantastic for exfoliation.

 

All the glycerin naturally produced during the soap making process is retained in all Sappo Hill soap.  We are not like most soap companies who remove the glycerin for sale to the chemical industry.  Glycerin is a natural skin softener and contributes to the soap's longevity, preventing it from dissolving quickly in soap dishes or bath water.

 

Products of animal origin are not an ingredient in our soap or our manufacturing process.  Nor are animals used in our testing methods.  Packaging is minimal and as environmentally friendly as possible.

Free Of
GMOs, gluten, paraben, phthalates, animal cruelty.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Ingredients: Non-GMO food grade oils of sustainable palm and coconut, water, sodium hydroxide, glycerine, fragrance from natural plant extracts and essential oils,.
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You’ve been washing your hands A LOT lately. And you should be, given our current circumstances. But all that excess soap and sanitizer can make even the healthiest hands become dry, itchy and, in some cases, cracked and bloody.

Read on to learn about the importance of hand washing and how to properly hydrate your hands, especially during this time of heightened concern over germs!

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Why should folks wash their hands regularly? Because if they don’t, they could transfer germs, like bacteria and viruses, to others. These germs can cause gastrointestinal infections, such as Salmonella, as well as respiratory infections, like influenza and coronaviruses. Such infections can lead to serious complications for certain populations, including the elderly and those with compromised immune systems.

We all need to do our part to keep our family and community safe, and it all starts with washing our hands at these key times:

  • After using the restroom or changing diapers
  • Before and after preparing food
  • Between handling raw and prepared foods
  • Before and after eating
  • After blowing your nose
  • Before and after attending to anyone who is sick
  • After smoking
  • After gardening
  • After touching animals

And, at present, it may also be a good idea to wash your hands after touching items that others may have recently touched, such as doorknobs, elevator buttons and banisters.

Moisturizing help for dry, cracked hands

Many of us have upped our hand washing game as of late. But over-washing the hands can not only cause dryness, redness, flaking, itching and irritation, it can actually promote the formation of cracks in the skin. These cracks can then serve as entry points for germs to invade our bodies.

That’s where hand cream and lotion come in, well, handy! We can’t emphasize the importance of moisturizing over-washed and under-hydrated hands enough. Be sure to choose a high-quality product and apply it liberally whenever your hands are feeling parched.

If your hands are especially dry, try slathering them with petroleum—or better still, un petroleum—jelly, then covering them with a soft pair of gloves (socks will also work in a pinch!) at bedtime and allowing the moisture to penetrate overnight.

Following are some of our favorite products to help you achieve smooth, soft hands, despite constant washing:

Desert Essence Organics Fragrance-Free Soothing Hand and Body Lotion

This unscented lotion “contains sunflower and organic jojoba oil as well as organic shea butter to deeply moisturize, leaving skin soft and silky.” Plus, it’s free of artificial fragrances and colors, gluten, glycol, parabens, phosphates, phthalates and more!

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Avalon Organics Moisturizing Coconut Hand and Body Lotion

Looking for a lotion without GMOs, parabens, preservatives, phthalates, sulfates or synthetic colors and fragrances? Ideal for extra-dry skin, this creamy lotion contains ingredients such as aloe, avocado oil, virgin coconut oil and vitamin E, which work in harmony to “restore skin’s natural lipid balance” and provide intense hydration.

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Beauty Without Cruelty Premium Botanical Formula Fragrance-Free Hand and Body Lotion

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Out Of Africa Vanilla Shea Butter Hand Lotion

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Love Beauty and Planet Murumuru Butter and Rose Delicious Glow Hand Cream

Free of dye, paraben and silicone, this soothing lotion contains organic murumuru butter, which is similar to coconut oil and known for its moisturizing properties. Plus, you’ll love the delicate rose notes, "enhanced by the juicy freshness of red berries delivering an intensely feminine and refreshing scent on your hands.“

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