Coconut Oil: A SoapMaker’s Miracle

15 Jul

Organic Coconut Oil

When I traveled with my family throughout the islands, we were blessed to have raw, fresh, unspoiled coconut oil, coconut water and coconut milk to purchase right from the market square. The taste is incomparable to anything we’ve ever tasted. Smooth, rich and thick, it seemed to pop up everywhere. In drinks, in rice dishes, in seafood sauces and, of course, in soaps.

We love coconut oil.

It’s a soap maker’s gift from God. Coconut oil, and it’s milk and water, is so beneficial to the skin, it’s almost unbelievable. It coats and seals in moisture, it helps to heal wounds and scarring, it enriches your hair with vitamins making it silky and thick…I could go on and on about Nature’s finest fruit. At SoapMuffin, we use raw coconut oil and milk in our soaps for an incredibly rich lather. We had a customer from the craft fair who emailed us regarding the Ancestry Shampoo for Dry and Brittle Hair.

Not only did her hair “behave” (her words) in this very hot July summer, but it smelled so good, she now uses it as a regular bar of soap! Our products are made with the discerning consumer in mind. Real oils, real butters, real milks…all for a wonderful bath/ shower experience.

Ancestry Shampoo Bar for dry, brittle hair

Ancestry Shampoo Bar for dry, brittle hair

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Posted by on July 15, 2013 in Organic Soaps


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One response to “Coconut Oil: A SoapMaker’s Miracle

  1. handmade soap wholesale

    July 23, 2013 at 2:58 am

    Great info. Lucky me I recently found your website by chance (stumbleupon).

    I have saved as a favorite for later!


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