Saponified/fortified oils in my suds

Mango Butter

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MANGO BUTTER • Moisturizing • Conditioning • Creamy Lather • adds natural firmness • High in Vitamin A, C & antioxidants • The Vitamin C in mango butter helps it to boost skin tone • Illuminate skin tone naturally, • Vitamin A helps to increase the skin's youthful appearance, • Reduces fine lines. • Very soothing and healing. • Dry lips soak up the nourishing benefits while being protected and moisturized.

Shea Butter

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SHEA BUTTER • Conditioning,  • Moisturizing • Adds Natural Firmness • Stable Lather • Gives a silky feeling to soap • High in vitamins A and E, fatty acids & minerals • Moisturizes Dry Skin. • Treats Acne And Blemishes. • Reduces Skin Inflammation • Anti-Aging and Antioxidant • Provides Relief To Itchy And Peeling Skin • Restores The Elasticity Of The Skin • Reduce Razor Irritation And Bumps. • Reduces Stretch Marks.

HEMP OIL

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HEMP SEED OIL • Highly Conditioning,  • Low Lather • High in vitamins A and E • Helps balance oily skin,  • Hydrates skin  • Regulates the skin's oil production.  • Dryness can also cause your skin to overproduce oil, which in turn, can stimulate acne. Hemp oil can prevent dry skin without clogging pores. This helps reduce acne that's caused by excess oil.  ALLERGEN ALERT  HEMP OIL IS MANUFACTURED AT THE SAME PLANTS WHICH HANDLE PEANUTS  

Cocoa Butter

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COCOA BUTTER  • Conditioning,  • Moisturizing,  • Adds Natural Firmness,  • Stable Rich Lather • High in vitamin E and other antioxidants.  • It doesn’t fully saponify, so it lends more of its properties to soap after curing • Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, which is why it's often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity.  • The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture. • Smoothes scars, reduces wrinkles

Olive Oil

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OLIVE OIL • Very Conditioning, • Gentle oil high in antioxidants (Vitamin E and polyphenols).  • Antioxidant • Helps prevent premature signs of aging on the skin. • Antibacterial • Moisturizing • After-sun treatment. • Exfoliates • Eye-makeup remover

Coconut Oil

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COCONUT OIL • Cleansing,  • Adds firmness,  • High Lather with High Stable Bubbles.  • Firmer bar • Reduces inflammation,  • Keeps skin moisturized  • Heals wounds;  The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil possess antimicrobial properties  • Treats acne • Protects the skin from harmful bacteria.

Healing Essential Oils & Other Ingredients

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TEA TREE OIL

 is distilled from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia plant, found in Australia. The oil possesses antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antifungal properties. A person can treat acne, athlete's foot, contact dermatitis or head lice using tea tree oil.

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DILUTED EUCALYPTUS OIL

DILUTED EUCALYPTUS OIL may also be applied to the skin as a remedy for health problems such as arthritis and skin ulcers. Eucalyptus oil is also used to ease cold symptoms and provide respiratory health benefits. Eucalyptol, which is often used in mouthwashes and cold remedies, is derived from Eucalyptus globulus.

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OATMEAL

OATMEAL has rich anti-oxidant properties and helps undo damage done to your skin by pollution, UV rays and chemicals. Oats helps reduce itching and inflammation and can be used to calm eczema and heal psoriasis. Owing to its healing, moisturizing and anti-oxidant properties, oatmeal is effective in soothing sunburn.

Healing oils and other INGREDIENTs

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HONEY

HONEY is naturally antibacterial, so it's great for acne treatment and prevention. Aging: Full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down aging. Complexion boost: It is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps create a glow. It helps lighten scars and other dark spots on your face. It makes for a good skin moisturizing agent. It seals your skin with good moisture and helps eliminate excess oil secretion. When combined with honey, rice milk can leave your skin soft, smooth and supple.

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CLOVE OIL

CLOVE OIL works well in treating acne and improving skin health. The antibacterial and antifungal properties of cloves play a role here. The eugenol in the oil has antibacterial properties.

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Rice Milk

Rice Milk helps to even your skin tone when used regularly. It helps lighten scars and other dark spots on your face. ... It seals your skin with good moisture and helps eliminate excess oil secretion. When combined with honey, rice milk can leave your skin soft, smooth and supple

NOW AVAILABLE! GOOEY Body-WASH BARS! [i hope to HElp eliminate needless container pile up on earTh!]

Nature's Menu for Gentle care of skin, hair & Pets!

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mr suds' soap facts!

"Coconut Oil doesn't dry skin"

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It actually cleans so well that it removes oils from skin but I "SUPER FAT" my soap, i actully MEGA FAT my recipes by using cocoa butter & add humectants like raw local orange blossom honey & vegetable glycerin!

"Sea Salt creates a firmer soap naturally!"

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No need for chemicals or refined sugar derivatives to make a longer lasting soap, the ocean has given us all we need!

"Cocoa Butter doesn't completely saponify! "

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That means YOU get the benefits of organic cocoa butter to moisturize your skin back to health! 

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What Makes this soap different?

 The difference is BestSoapEver.net has substituted the harmful chemicals with healthy edible gifts from the earth! 

You should feel good about getting clean!


"The history of soap goes back thousands of years. Records from the Middle East indicate that people knew about a soap-like substance as far back as 4000 years ago.

In Rome, the cleaning property of a gross mixture was discovered at about 1000 BC. Ancient Roman legend has it that on Mount Sapo the animal fat from the animals that were sacrificed in the fire to the Roman gods ran down the sides of the altar and mixed with the ashes of the fire.

In time this gooey mess found its way down to the Tiber River below. Women doing their laundry at the river noticed that the dirt was easier to get out if they applied the gooey mixture to the fabric first. They had discovered the first soapy mixture of saponified acid (fats) and alkali (caustic ashes) at a place near Mount Sopa. The Roman historian, Pliny gave this gooey mixture the same name as that hill, ”sapo “ which later became our modern word “soap”.


In later times, the Arabs, Turks, Greeks, Celts, and Vikings all learned about soap making and introduced it to the countries that they conquered, spreading the use of soap. At that time, however, bathing was more of a relaxing pastime or social event than it was a way of trying to get clean. 


The French were one of the first to use the plentiful supply of olive oil instead of animal fats in the making of their soap. The wealthy classes in Europe used what was called Castile soap for hundreds of years, which came from a region in Spain. Many of these soaps are still produced today, both industrially and by small scale artisans.

Coming to America, the colonist made their own soaps at home. They made lye by mixing burnt ashes with water in a bucket. They drilled holes in the bucket allowing the lye to drip out and mix with fat that they obtained from the butchering of their livestock. The melted fat and lye process was inaccurate and messy to say the least, producing imprecise results. Soap had earned the negativity associated with “lye soap/” 

The first big soap company was established in America in 1806 by William Colgate who opened Colgate & Company in New York where he was able to produce 45,000 lbs. of soap in one batch. Colgate was followed by William Proctor and James Gamble who created the world’s first” floating soap”.


It is said that they had an employee who had gone out to lunch and left the soap-mixing machine on, beating air into the soap batch. The extra air made the soap float. Harley Proctor, son of the original Proctor named the soap IVORY after being inspired by the forty-fifth psalm – “All thy garments smell of myrrh, and aloes, and cassia, out of the ivory palaces, where they have made thee glad”.

Not long after Proctor and Gamble opened their doors, B. J. Johnson created his own company choosing to make soap only with palm and olive oils. He named his soap Palmolive, after his oil combination. 


The soap industry continued to grow, but most of the companies still used the old methods of making soap. It wasn’t until World War I when there was shortage of fats and oil that scientists worked on the chemistry of soap and developed synthetic materials for making it. These synthetic materials were found to make excellent cleaning agents, now known as detergents.


American soap manufacturers embraced these new methods for making detergents, but continued to make natural soaps for self-hygiene until World War II when another shortage of fats and oils came about. At this time the detergent industry took off, primarily because the military needed a good and cheap cleaning agent that would work well with the sea water. 


After the war, many improvements were made to soaps and detergents and many different types of soaps were developed. Liquid soaps were introduced in 1970 followed by bath bombs, soap gels and beads, herbal soaps, decorative soaps and most recently the return to organic and natural material soaps. "

If I cant recognize it why should I trust it?

Do you know what's in your soap? 


- I love that I can actually spell for you every ingredient in this soap and I can eat all of them! [well eat almost everything!  sodium hydroxide is what makes soap soap, not yummy lol.

- and because of my MEGA FATTING® process NO lye is left behind, EVER! 

Just cocoa butter and other essential skin loving oils and protecting elements like naturally occurring glycerin and colloidal oats remain! 💙


TOTALLY NATURAL & HEALTHY with EXTRA SKIN CONDITIONERS! This is an ALL OVER SOAP, hair and body! 


- Olive & Avocado Oils - Mango Butter, - Hemp Oil -Shea Butter -Cocoa Butter,-Sea Salt -Lemon Zest,-Various Local Fruits & Vegetables -USP Extracts and a few other items which make each bar unique.


Thats the difference, BestSoapEver.net has substituted the harmful chemicals with healthy edible gifts from the earth! 


You should feel good about getting clean!

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