Tea Tree Hand Soap
Conventional hand soup seems to chew up my hands in the winter, until I started making my own soap using natural products. In this hand soap, I added vegetable glycerine, a natural humectant, to attract moisture to the skin, leaving it feeling hydrated. Tea Tree oil is long associated with treating skin ailments, along with the common cold through aromatherapy. The two are great combo in harsh, cold winters.
Author: Fresh and Natural Foods
Bring 5 cups water to a boil. Meanwhile, using a cheese grater, finely grate soap bar. Add soap to boiling water along with vegetable glycerine and mix occasionally. Remove from heat once grated soap and completely dissolved.
Let solution settle for 6 or more hours. It should turn into a jello like substance. Add to blender to re liquefy.
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