Now that you have purchased your new soap, how are you going to take care of your new soaps. Well our handmade soaps are in their natural state. I do not add any preservatives or synthetic hardeners. When our loafs is cut into bars, they are placed on a drying rack for a minimum of 4-6 weeks. During this time they are going through the "drying" stage to harden the bar. If you use your soap with special care, they will live a long life and serve you well.
Here are some tips:
1. Keep your handmade soaps from drowning in the pool of water.
2 Always use a soap dish that drains your soaps very well. ( I use a steel or wooden soap dish
that is vented for good drainage between soaps)
3. Give your handmade soap plenty of air between uses.
4. Using a color bath of natural loofa will extend the life of your soaps
5. You can use up every last sliver of your soap by using a soap sock or bag
6. Store your unsued soap in a dry cool place such as a linen closet or lingerie drawer