Moroccan Mountain Climbers

Moroccan Mountain Climbers

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Somehow these are the color of paper bags, even with the Moroccan Red Clay, go figure. Lightly scented, but will moisturize the hell outta yuh ashy self! Shaped like bundt cake pieces

Goats milk

Mixed oils (avocado, castor, olive, shea butter, almond oil and like a drop of grapeseed oil)

Moroccan Red Clay

Frankincense

Fuckery-free :-)

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Ready to Mail on June 24th (but you can order in advance)

Beautiful Soap! Fuckery Free! just plain left over oils (kinda like the last lap of this batch) and goat's milk !!!! 
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Hot Processed soap is darker and rougher, just how I like my.... uh... soap :-D

Benefits of each are listed here.... kinda interesting stuff

Avocado Oil: The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents in avocado oil help your skin stay smooth, strong, and elastic. Use it to calm and heal itchy, chapped skin.  Replenish, hydrate and moisturize skin, and protect for skin damage (like a force field against ultraviolet radiation).

Avocado oil is considered a carrier oil.  Carrier oils are pressed from the seeds, nuts, or other fatty parts of the fruit, and are used to help dilute essential oils. Essential oils evaporate and have strong scents, whereas carrier oils do not.

The main benefits of avocado oil are to soothe and add moisture, so it won't work as well if you have oily skin.  


Coconut Oil:  Moisturizing, conditioning, protective properties, does not clog pores, non greasy, helps other oils perform better, good for overly sensitive skin (too oily AND too dry)

Olive Oil:  Penetrating, soothing, antioxidant properties, good for inflammation, acne and bruises

Shea Butter:  Improves skin moisture retention and elasticity. Effective in easing skin problems, helps ease dermatitis or rashes. Good source of vitamins A and E, helps reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks and has antimicrobial properties

Castor Oil:  Super awesome wonderful MOISTURIZER. Still wondering why my grandmother gave us this crap to drink! Uuugggghhhh Highly concentrated fatty acids penetrate the skin easily, which helps with dry patches and skin restoration. 

Grapeseed oil:  Rich in vitamin c, d and e, so it helps to reduce wrinkles and scars and to tighten the skin, yeah yeah, skip the gym and just bathe in it! (joke) antioxidants help to treat acne and it helps with dry and oily patchy skin, and cleanses skin by penetrating the pores - it's like a super oil  

Moroccan Red Clay: The best clay to use for ridding the complexion of blackheads, toning the skin, and re-balancing dry, flaky skin with regular use.  And you know how I frown on the use of superlatives, but it's so good, might just be the best!  Used by my royal peeps in Egypt for the last 1500 years, to tone and enrich the skin.

Frankincense Essential Oil: When inhaled, frankincense oil been shown to reduce heart rate and high blood pressure. It has anti-anxiety and has depression-reducing abilities, can help boost immune system and fight illness, along with healing skin and acting as an astringent.  It lowers anxiety and stress, thereby known as a sleep agent, plus it smells sooooooo damn good!!!!


My soaps are fuckery free - like if you can't pronounce it or have a picture of it in your head when you hear the name of the ingredient, it ain't in here!  No parabens, paraffin, phthalates, mineral oils, sulfate or genetically modified organisms. The soaps are not tested on animals, but I do bathe my Snoopy with the Aloe soap, because he has sensitive skin :-)

For external use only. This product has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.  I save my Palm oil for jollof rice and stew, no way would I use that in soap! But do your own research.  Even though my memory isn't good enough to support a constant barrage of lies, you should still check out these things for yourself.  If you have an issue with your skin, face, tackle it one thing at a time and research the hell out of it!  Most times it starts with your diet, but that's not my business ;-)