Even some of the most trusted baby brands add nasty chemicals to their products. Not Chagrin Valley Soap and Salve!
Milk & Honey Baby Soap: Soothing, extra gentle and moisturizing, this unscented, natural baby soap is an excellent choice for babies and folks with sensitive or dry skin.
all ingredients - *sunflower oil, *coconut oil, *palm oil (sustainable), *extra virgin olive oil, goat milk, *virgin shea butter, sodium hydroxide, *organic cocoa butter, water, *canola oil, *castor bean oil, *oat flour, *honey, *cornstarch, *ROE (*organic)
Goat milk . . .
- is wonderful for people with dry or sensitive skin
- helps soothe irritated skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis
Honey . . .
- seals in moisture leaving skin soft and supple
- helps soothe irritated skin conditions
Oat Flour . . .
- has anti-inflammatory and anti-itch properties
- helps relieve skin irritation due to eczema, psoriasis, poison ivy, acne and dry itchy skin
Chagrin Valley Soap & Suds
Rainforest Alliance Certified
Made in the USA
How you use the bar will affect its lifespan. For example, do you use a washcloth, an exfoliating accessory or only the bar? Although exfoliating loofahs and sponges are great they will use up the soap much faster than a washcloth or the "only the bar" purists.
- Don't let your soap sit in water
- Store soap on a well-drained soap dish
- Allow soap plenty of fresh air to dry between uses
- Never place soap where shower water can continuously hit it
- If your bar ever gets waterlogged and becomes gooey, simply set it on a draining soap dish or stand it on its edge for a few days and let it dry thoroughly
How long a bar will last depends on how many people are using it, how often you bathe or shower and how you use the bar. For one person showering every day, a well-drained bar should last for about one month.
One tip if a family member just won't quit leaving bars in puddles: cut the bars in halves and alternate the halves, allowing a longer drying time between uses.