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Our organic baby massage oil is a treat for baby, mum and dad too! It is fragrance-free, containing kukui, coconut, blackcurrant and argan oils.
In a convenient spray bottle, Tiddley Pom’s Organic Massage Oil is ideal for body and face.
This blend of natural vegetable carrier oils imparts a host of naturally derived vitamins including gamma linoleic acid, omega 6 and other fatty acids essential for healthy skin.
Minimum quantity for "Organic Massage Oil" is 1.
There are extra benefits that Coconut Oil can offer you in our High Quality Hand Crafted Soaps.
Reduce the spread of germs, Coconut Oil contains anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-oxident and anti-bacterial agents which are ideal in a bar of soap.
Reduce the threat of acne - Its a great natural remedy that contains no preservatives or harsh chemicals that typically can cause breakouts.
Soothe dryness and irritation - Its perfect for treating commonskin disorders, such as eczema or psoriasis, making it perfect ingredient for skin preperations.
How to look after your soap.
To get the maximum use form your natural hand-crafted soap make sure that after each use, its allowed to dry out and not left sitting in water. This way the soap wont crack, crumble or end up as a slimy mess and will last a lot longer.
How we do it.
Once we've blended the essential oils together, we add a lye mixture and a reaction takes place which turns the liquid oils into soap. The soap is then left to cure for six weeks. Each week the bars of soap are turned by hand so that they are allowed to dry and harden evenly.
A little bit of history.
It is believed that the art of soap making first took place around 6,000 years ago.However, the first evidence we have of soap like products is dated at around 2,800 BC. It is understood that the first soap makers were Babylonians, Egyptians and ancient Greeks and Romans. They all made the first soaps by mixing fats, oils and salts. In those days soap was not made for bathing but was produced for cleaning cooking utensils or was used for medicinal purposes such as skin diseases. The common bars of soap we know so well today were invented in the 19th century.
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