Who here hates wearing gloves when you garden? (my hand is raised!)  No matter how much I try, it just doesn't happen.  My hands get so cracked, filthy and with unwanted dark spots. (apparently that happens when you start to get old....sigh)  This Gardeners Soap was developed to help with all that nastiness described above.  We loaded it up with all the goodies to target those specific concerns.  We even added ingredients to give you a medium scrub to help get rid of those unpleasant invisible  little splinters.  You know the ones from the potting soil or store bought compost, nothing but wood.... The charcoal and clay also helps to draw those vile little boogers out of the skin too!  Gardener's Soap is also great for mechanics and works awesome as a kitchen soap too.  Bye bye garlic and onion smells!  (I actually like those smells, teehee!)


Benefits of Shea Butter:  Shea butter is a skin superfood that comes from the seeds of the fruit of the Shea (Karite) tree. It may offer mild UV protection (up to SPF ~6, bye dark spots) and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production. Shea butter has been used in Africa and many other locations for years to improve skin and hair. It also has a long history of medicinal use, such as in wound care and even treating leprosy.  Shea Butter is moisturizing, skin smoothing and reduces inflammation.  Great for tired hands for sure!


Benefits of Lemon Grass:  MOOD BALANCING.  Lemongrass has a bright and uplifting scent that lightens things up when you’re feeling bogged down. (hmmmm)  CLEANSING. Lemongrass is antibacterial and anti-fungal. It’s very cleansing, makes a good skin toner to clean out pores. DEODORIZING.  The antibacterial properties of lemongrass also help to eliminate odor-causing bacteria – and like it was designed for the job – it replaces bad smells with a clean, fresh, lemony scent. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY:.  Wether it’s redness from breakouts, rashes, dry skin or sun exposure – the essential oils in lemongrass helps to bring down that inflammation, calm and soothe irritated skin.  PAIN RELIEF.   Lemongrass helps to calm muscles and promote circulation, which brings pain relief.  INSECT REPELLENT.  Lemongrass is a cousin of citronella, and has those same mosquito repelling qualities. Ugghhh...mosquito's....


Benefits of Cedarwood:  Cedarwood oil has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. ... Cedarwood oil may also be beneficial for other skin conditions. For instance, it may reduce the appearance of scars, treat minor wounds, alleviate arthritis pain, and sooth symptoms of eczema.  Cedarwood Oil is also believed to guard the skin against environmental pollutants and toxins. I don't know about you but my hands are getting worn out and over worked.  Anything extra that can help is a good thing! Right?


Pairs well with: Goats Milk Body Butter, Lavender Hydrosol


Ingredients:  Saponified Oive Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Sustainable Palm Oil, Clay, Charcoal, Pumice, Coffee Grounds, Rosemary EO, Lemon Grass EO, Cedar EO

Aprx 5 oz

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