4 Reasons Organic Oatmeal Promotes Healthy Skin

4 Reasons Organic Oatmeal Promotes Healthy Skin »

 

When our Artisan Soapmaker insisted that I try her soaps with Organic Oatmeal as a key ingredient I looked at her like

Does What We Put On Our Skin Matter?

Does What We Put On Our Skin Matter? »

Does our skin absorb what is put on it? The short answer is yes. - Read more...

6 Reasons We Use Organic Olive Oil in Our Organic Handmade Soaps

6 Reasons We Use Organic Olive Oil in Our Organic Handmade Soaps »

Winter’s cold weather brings dry, flaky skin that does not project the beauty that we all seek. Typically we reach for chemical ladened

Why Planting Trees is Key to a Better World!!

Why Planting Trees is Key to a Better World!! »

 

Every day we read articles that suggest that reducing our carbon emissions is the only solution for a better environment.

Maybe so,

Looking For a Better Nights Sleep – Naturally?

Looking For a Better Nights Sleep – Naturally? »

Tired (no pun intended) of waking up groggy and not well rested?

Most of us have sleep issues from

Handmade Organic Soaps & Skin Care Are Good Enough to Eat! Here is Why

Handmade Organic Soaps & Skin Care Are Good Enough to Eat! Here is Why »

“Skin care must be good enough to eat!”― Joanna RuncimanThe Radiant Woman’s Handbook

Eating right is

Better for The Skin and Better for The Environment – Handmade Organic Soaps »

Better for The Skin:

Cold process soaps are very different from the leading branded bars you think of as

Restoring Beauty, One Mine at a Time »

 

 

 

 

The Appalachian Mountains that make West Virginia rugged and beautiful owe much of their splendor to

Add Organic to this List For the Healthiest Skin

Add Organic to this List For the Healthiest Skin »

Organic products have grown to $43 billion in sales and are growing double digit yet, we are still using

Red, Dry Hands? Irritated Skin? Try This »

While working in a food manufacturing plant trying to perfect our manufacturing practices I noticed my hands had turned red and dry and a bit sore to the touch. When asked what might be the problem most people just shrugged and changed the subject until one friend said; “are you washing them more frequently?”. I nodded my head in the affirmative and they said; “It’s the chemicals in the soap you’re using.” - Read more...