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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Let the Wave Wash Over You!

Introducing Shore, the latest in our line-up of fabulous shea butter soaps from Ellia C. Naturals!

Essential oils of cedar, citrus, and ginger were the inspiration behind this delightfully intoxicating bar. Chosen for their abilities to calm and purify the skin, clear excess oils, and provide a warming effect to ease muscular aches and pains, the essential oils in this aromatic bar will also help to lighten your mood and stimulate the senses.

Like the waves of the ocean, sit back and relax as the fresh, bubbly lather washes over you!

6 comments:

  1. Thanks, Jessica...it really is a fresh, clean scent!

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  2. Stopping by from SITS to say Hi!
    I am adding you so I can come back & read more!
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  3. Wow, for a second, I thought that was a yummy bon bon or something. It so pretty!
    Visiting from SITS. Have a Great Day!
    Virginia
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  4. Hmmm, looks like it's soft for anyone's skin but I wonder what will its effect be. I'm kinda allergic to some soaps though.

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  5. Hi Faith,
    Thanks for you comment and for your question regarding allergies. This soap only contains organic butters and fixed oils: olive, coconut, palm kernel (sustainable source), and shea butter. They saponify (turn into soap) by combining them with a mixture of lye and distilled water (which must happen for any soap to become soap). Once the process is complete, the lye is fully neutralized and no longer caustic. The only other ingredients are pure essential oils of cedarwood, ginger, lime and tangerine. It is a very mild bar; however, if concerned about how your skin would react to the essential oils, you could also opt for an EO-free bar like our Udderly Creamy (goat milk), Sweet Milk & Honey (goat milk), Cocoa Creamy, or French Connection ;)

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