Oatmeal Soap - Unscented
Pure natural colloidal oatmeal soap is an Unscented Soap with naturally conditioning colloidal oats, creamy KY Amish Jersey Milk and no added scents. Because not everyone wants to smell!
Made with coconut, tallow, castor, organic olive, organic sunflower, Kentucky Hemp and avocado oils, beeswax, cocoa butter, milk, lye and colloidal oats. ever tested on animals, that is what friends and family are for.
1) Hardness: Soap should be hard enough to stand up to a series of uses. If it is too soft, it won't last very long. Park Bench Naturals has formulated a bar that lands at the 90% mark for recommended degree of hardness.2) Cleansing: Isn't that the whole point of using soap? Park Bench Naturals soaps are formulated at 100% of the recommended degree for Cleansing Properties.3) Conditioning: We still hear stories of "grandma's lye soap" that was so harsh it could take a hide off! Nobody wants anything to do with that! Park Bench Naturals Soaps are formulated at the 75% of maximum mark for Conditioning Properties. This means that our soaps will clean (remember point #2 above) without stripping natural oils. You have seen the commercials for certain soaps that claim to be super conditioning because they contain 1/4 oils (25%)? Well ours contain 64%! 4) Bubbly: This is difficult for many soap makers to get the hang of, but Park Bench Naturals formula lands at 96% of the Maximum recommended level for the Bubbly property!5) Creamy: Usually increasing the bubbly factor in soap will decrease the stability and creaminess of it's lather, but Park Bench Naturals formula has been well researched and lands with a solid 94% of the Maximum recommended level for the Creamy factor.
NOTE: Labels and ingredients may vary from photos as each product is handcrafted. None of our products are ever tested on animals, that is what our friends and family are for. Are you looking for a product that contains or doesn't contain certain ingredients? Feel free to reach out to us, we can probably help you out!
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