Monday, January 16, 2012

Wash Tyme Handmade Liquid Glycerin Soap

We are happy to announce that we're now carrying Wash Tyme Liquid Glycerin Soap! This amazing soap is made from a vegetable glycerin base which is the byproduct of making biodiesel from used cooking oil. This results in a much higher level of glycerin than other soaps and unique cleaning properties that no other soaps have. This soap is scented with 100% essential oils, your choice of citrus or lavender.


We have been using this soap for over a year now and we couldn't be happier with it. It's great for the environment, it's gentle on our skin, and it's fantastic for cleaning. We're all about simplifying our products and this product fits the bill.

Suggested Uses:

Hand soap/Body wash

General Cleaning: Mix 50:50 or less with water in spray bottle

Laundry: Follow machine recommended amount
(okay for HE washers)

Laundry Presoak: Apply small amount to stain,
let sit overnight in water

Glass Cleaner: 1-2 tablespoons in 1 gallon water

Traditional Soap vs. Commercial Soap:

Traditional soap is made by saponifying either an animal fat or vegetable oil by reacting it with a caustic dissolved in water. The soap created is actually a salt with a natural byproduct called glycerin which is the component that makes your skin feel so great. This is real soap. Wash Tyme Liquid Glycerin Soap is simply fully saponified vegetable oil glycerin, water, and essential oils.

Many commercial 'soaps' may smell pretty and have pretty labels as an enticement to buy them, but they are actually just detergents with added chemicals. They are full of artificial colors, fillers, synthetic fragrances, chemically derived surfactants to promote foaming, such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), and Disodium Phosphate, a buffer and effervescent used to make detergent. Antibacterial soap also contains Triclosan, classified by EPA as a pesticide.

Your largest organ, the skin, absorbs the products you put on it. Which would you rather use, soap made from natural oils or a detergent made from chemicals, many of which have been linked to cancer and other diseases?

In addition, the soap that you use goes down the drain and makes its way back to the environment. So, if you're washing with chemical-laden detergents, that's what you're giving back to the earth.

Click here to read more about how
glycerin soap is make from cooking oil.

P.S. Watch for an upcoming giveaway!

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