Hand Made Soap
I’ve never been one to use any all natural products when it comes to bathroom shower products. Shaving cream comes out of a can, always has for as long as I’ve been alive. Shampoo for the hair has always been something that comes in a plastic bottle that the instructions tell you to wash rinse and repeat. Boring reading but it gets the job done. Soap to shower with has never been something that I have ever thought of till recently. Having a girlfriend that is into nothing but all natural things tends to tweak your thought process when you read on your regular brand of soap that it was made somewhere via a mysterious process that might be next to a nuclear power plant that has a record keeping problem for what happened to ten tons of missing spent fuel, there might be a reason for concern. I like to read in bed but I don’t feel the need to have my body soap residue provide the light.
A friend of mine just opened her own hand made soap business, and being my friend for many years I felt the need to try her product to support her entrepreneurship. Or I just needed a shower and she had soap that I needed. Either way, I was amazed at her soap product the first time I tried it. Tea Time is one of the soaps that I received and the soap is incredible. The feel of the soap on your body is so different from anything that has a name brand. I didn’t just feel clean, I felt refreshed and ready to tackle anything ahead of me for the day.
I don’t do product endorsements but I feel the need to do one for my friend Chell that owns Huckleberry Glen. Chell makes soap in her home by hand with all natural ingredients and each bar is labeled with all of the ingredients. I actually checked the label twice and there is no mention of any dye’s or chemicals that I could never pronounce or even dare to try and spell. Chemicals with long names and strange placement of letters in them is something to watch for if you want all natural ingredients for anything you want in contact with your body.
Check out Huckleberry Glen and try the soaps. I highly recommend the product and I don’t do endorsements unless I believe in the product. She has all kinds but I’m hooked on the Tea Time soap for now. Huckleberry Pancakes, Star Dust, North Wood, Honey Oatmeal, Coffee, Sweet Rose, and of course my favorite, Tea Time are just some of the soaps she has available. Amazing stuff that lathers up good and it is nice to know that it is all made by hand with all natural ingredients. Check the site often because I hear from the grapevine that she is coming out with other soaps that just might be up your alley.
CLICK HERE to visit Huckleberry Glen and thank you for supporting a hard working mom starting a small business here in America.