Hint of Lavender Goat Milk Soap
An All Natural Lavender Soap for the Rational Person
Perhaps you’re new to lavender, this a great place to test the waters and see how you like it. This specially formulated soap was created for those who enjoy lavender but are not infatuated with it. But beware, most obsessive lavender soap users started with just a little sniff of a bar, then a little wash of the hands. Next thing they knew they were jumping from speeding automobiles at the sight of a lavender field, hoping to frolic amongst the spellbinding shrubs in joyous rapture.
Hint O'Lavender Soap vs. Lavender Blossom Soap
Versus? Really? Come now, not everything has to be a competition. But if we have two lavender soap options then there must be a few notable differences between them. The Hint o’ Lavender soap does not contain the lavender loofah buds which are sprinkled throughout the Lavender Blossom bar. Also, we’ve toned down the abundant lavender scent by limiting the amount of essential oil we add to the goat milk soap. For those of us that subscribe to the “less is more” school of thought, this is the lavender bar of choice.
Benefits of Lavender Soap for Your Skin
Lavender itself soothes irritated and painful skin. These properties were supposedly discovered when a French scientist plunged his severely burned hand in a vat of lavender after a laboratory explosion. Now that’s what we call field testing! If it’s good enough for René Gattefossé, then it’s good enough for our lavender soap bars. The lavender plant has antiseptic, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic qualities. Soothing lavender plus our super nutritious and ridiculously hydrating goat milk makes for winning soap in a class of its own.
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Hint o’ Lavender soap is wonderfully versatile. Distribute it all around the house. Arm every sink, bathtub, and shower with this pleasant little bar and you’ll happily use it for everything. Hint o’ Lavender makes for a great shaving soap for all: men, women, cyclists and swimmers! Steep your skin in hot water for several minutes before working up a rich lather then shave away. Those prickly little fiends will practically fall from your skin at the first sight of a razor. In the unlikely event that you nick yourself there is no need to worry. You probably won’t even feel a sting as the lavender goes to work immediately, nursing the tiny wound and easing the pain normally associated with such a cut. Your legs may have just found their new best friend!